Learn Japanese with Manga Vol 1 (Bernabe)

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Page 012 Complete list of hiragana characters

Page 014-16 Manga Examples

Page 021 Complete list of katakana characters

Page 021 Only found in Katakana

Page 022 Some basic vocabulary

Page 023-24 Manga Examples

Page 030 Some easy kanji

Page 031-32 Manga Examples

Page 034 Greetings

Page 034 Introducing oneself

Page 035-1 Thank you

Page 035-2 Asking for prices

Page 035-3 Farewells

Page 036 Other useful expressions

Page 036 Short list of useful kanji

Page 037-38 Manga Examples

Page 040 Short list of useful kanji

Page 041 Table 2

Page 042 Table 3

Page 043-44 Manga Examples

Page 047-50 RAKUJO episode 1

Page 051 RAKUJO New vocabulary

Page 059 Days of the week

Page 060 Days of the month and months

Page 062 Manga Examples

Page 065 First person

Page 066 Second person

Page 068-69 Manga Examples

Page 074-75 Manga Examples

Page 077-1 Verb to be chart

Page 077-2 Example sentences

Page 077-3 Kosoado

Page 078 Past affirmative

Page 078 Present negative

Page 079 Past negative

Page 079 Question form

Page 079 Simple form

Page 079 Some vocabulary

Page 080-81 Manga Examples

Page 084 Some vocabulary

Page 086-87 Manga Examples

Page 089-92 RAKUJO episode 2

Page 093 RAKUJO New vocabulary

Page 100 Characteristics of nouns

Page 101 Animals fruits and vegetables

Page 101 Counters

Page 102 A few nouns

Page 103-104 Manga Examples

Page 106 Some special readings

Page 107 Other constructions

Page 107 Still simpler

Page 108-1 Sample conversation

Page 108-2 Table-hours and minutes

Page 108-3 AM and PM

Page 109-110 Manga Examples

Page 112 Some i adjectives

Page 113 Inflection of i adjectives

Page 114 Sentences with the verb to be

Page 115-116 Manga Examples

Page 118 Some na adjectives

Page 119 Forms of na adjectives

Page 119 Sentences with the verb to be

Page 120 Warning!

Page 121-122 Manga Examples

Page 126 Shops and restaurants

Page 127-128 Manga Examples

Page 130-133 RAKUJO episode 3

Page 134 RAKUJO New vocabulary

Page 144 Grammatical particles

Page 145-148 Manga Examples

Page 152 End-of-sentence particles

Page 153-154 Manga Examples

Page 157-1 Inflections for the verbs iru and aru

Page 157-2 Expressing there is-are

Page 158-1 Expressing to be

Page 158-2 Expressing to have

Page 158-3 Animals and objects

Page 159-160 Manga Examples

Page 162 Sentence structure

Page 163 Verb forms

Page 164

Page 165-168 Manga Examples

Page 171

Page 173-176 Manga Examples

Page 178-181 RAKUJO episode 4

Page 182 RAKUJO New vocabulary

Page 190 My family

Page 191 Somebody elses family

Page 192 An example

Page 193-194 Manga Examples

Page 196 Adverbs

Page 197 Making adverbs from adjectives

Page 198 Example sentences

Page 198 Untranslatable adverbs

Page 199-200 Manga Examples

Page 203 Main insults and swear words

Page 204 Yakuza jargon

Page 205-206 Manga Examples

Page 208 Formation

Page 209 The -ing form

Page 210-1 Requests

Page 210-2 -suru verbs

Page 211-214 Manga Examples

Page 217 A complete set of counters

Page 218 Example sentences

Page 219-222 Manga Examples

Page 224-227 RAKUJO episode 5

Page 228 RAKUJO New vocabulary

Page 236 The body

Page 236 The inside of the body

Page 237 Face and hand

Page 237 Feeling pain

Page 238 Expressions with parts of the body

Page 239-240 Manga Examples

Page 242 Good morning!

Page 243 Key everyday expressions

Page 245-246 Manga Examples

Page 248 The verb naru

Page 249-1 To go to

Page 249-2 Giving and receiving

Page 251-254 Manga Examples

Page 256 Some giongo

Page 257 Some gitaigo

Page 258 Onomatopoeia

Page 259-260 Manga Examples

Page 263

Page 265-266 Manga Examples

Page 268-271 RAKUJO episode 6

Page 272 RAKUJO New vocabulary

Page 280 To want to do something

Page 281 chart

Page 281 Example sentences

Page 281 To want something

Page 282 Another person

Page 283 Alternative strategies

Page 284 I intend to..

Page 284 More about I intend to.

Page 285-288 Manga Examples

Page 290 The simplest structure

Page 291 A more complicated structure

Page 292 The use of the potential form

Page 293 Need or obligation

Page 294 Permission

Page 294 Prohibition

Page 295-298 MangaExamples

Page 300-1 Some basic sentences

Page 300-2 Airport Vocabulary

Page 301-1 Question words

Page 301-2 Check in

Page 302 Countries in the world

Page 302 On the plane

Page 303 Airplane food

Page 303 Flight connections and baggage claim

Page 304-1 Passport control and changing money

Page 304-2 Customs

Page 304-3 Changing money

Page 305-308 Manga Examples

Page 310-1 The question form

Page 310-2 Question words

Page 310-3 What when where who

Page 311 How much

Page 311 Why

Page 312-1 The kosoado group

Page 312-2 The kosoado group chart

Page 312-3 Japanese has no fixed future tense

Page 312-4 Time Adverbs

Page 313 Deciding on something

Page 314 chart

Page 314 sentences

Page 315-318 Manga Examples

Page 320

Page 321 A brief review

Page 321 chart

Page 322-1 Finished action

Page 322-2 Going and coming

Page 322-3 After doing something

Page 323-1 To try

Page 323-2 Leave something done

Page 323-3 Finish doing. Regret doing

Page 324 To be dying to

Page 325 Grammatical summary of the -te form

Page 326-329 Manga Examples

Page 332-337 KAGE episode 1

Page 338 KAGE New vocabulary

 

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 Appendix 1 Answers to the Exercises

Appendix 2 Kanji Compilation

Appendix 3 Glossary of Onomatopoeia

Appendix 4 Vocabulary Index