|Author:||Kim Wilson Brandt,Philip J. Cunningham|
|Title:||Zakennayo!: The Real Japanese You Were Never Taught in School|
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|Publisher:||Plume (November 1, 1995)|
Gavin said: I can't say I learned very much from this book that I didn't already know . Ten years ago I could have had a ton of fun with this book. The direct style is a welcome relief from the sanctimonious cultural propaganda found in most Japanese textbooks. It's kind of a pity it only uses roman script, as anyone using these expressions has probably learned their way around some kana. Still, it's a fun read to pass away an hour or tw I can't say I learned very much from this book that I didn't already know. There's even less that is much use for a minivan-driving father of two. Ten years ago I could have had a ton of fun with this book
Zakennayo!: The Real Japanese You Were Never Taught in School. by Philip J. Cunningham, Kim Wilson Brandt (Illustrations). November 1st 1995 by Plume.
Cunningham Philip J. Издательство: Penguin Group. repertoire of "colorful" Japanese expressions.
Philip J. Cunningham. Zakennayo!: The Real Japanese You Were Never Taught in School. Cunningham and Kim Wilson Brandt. Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide. Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.
Zakennayo" is very much a real phrase known to anyone who has studied basic Japanese. It's a contraction of the phrase "Fuzakeru na yo" which means something along the lines of "Don't mess with me". If you are Japanese you most certainly have heard it by the age of 5. 0. Report. Zakennayo is a refreshing romp through Tokyo in the disguise of a book about slang. It's delightfully politically uncorrect and pokes fun at nearly everyone, from gaijin adventurers to the gatekeepers of Japan's insular culture. A fun read for a rainy day or any day in Japan. Manufacturer: Plume Release date: 1 November 1995 ISBN-10 : 0452275067 ISBN-13: 9780452275065.
Cunningham and his sketch artist, Brandt, engage students who’ve slogged their way through the typical formal Japanese texts with some in-your-face, real, downright inappropriate Japanese. The focus here is street culture – sex, stereotypes, alcohol and cursing.
The Real Japanese You Were Never Taught in School by Philip J. Cunningham, Kim Wilson Brandt, Kim Wilson Eversz, Philipj Cunningham Paperback, 128 Pages, Published 1995 by Plume ISBN-13: 978-0-452-27506-5, ISBN: 0-452-27506-7.
by Kim Wilson Brandt, Phillip J. Cunningham, Kim W. Eversz.
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