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    Default what study books do you give props and chops to for helong you learn Japanese?

    Best books

    Making out in japanese - great for street slang and those of you wishing to get into some sort of romance while in the big red dot.

    dirty japanese - definitely the most up to date guide to street japanese in japan. highly recommended.

    japanese sentences for effective communication - although the name is enough to bore you to tears whats inside is by far the best explanation of japanese grammar algorythims for well....effectively communicating in japanese

    Worst books

    japanese for dummies - the language in this book screams - "I have just arrived off the boat and have no clue what real japanese people actually say." Almost everything in this book is usless and outdated, or will make you sound like an ojisan or obaasan.

    japanese uncensored - this book pretends to delve deep into the lang. exchanged by those working for underground crime rings in japan, but upon further research you will find the author perhaps watched a few 1970s japanese gangster movies and then wrote this now horribly obsolete and useless book.

    survival japanese - the most ironic aspect of this book is perhaps it will help you shred any thread of survival you may already have. this being because the langauge in outdated, and provides no way of understand response to the phrases given.
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