How can anime and manga be used to help students learn Japanese? This book attempts to provide an answer to that question as well as the "how to learn Japanese" question. Of course, Japanese fiction does use a highly informal and caricatured version of the language, but when the student understands the difference between formal and informal language, anime and manga can become a valuable resource to learn Japanese. If you are tired of re-reading and re-listening to the same dialogues from your Japanese language textbook, why not try something new and different?
This book will teach you a method that allows you to learn, practice, and never forget new Japanese vocabulary, phrases, grammar points, and kanji that you encounter from any Japanese source of your choosing including anime and manga. This system will teach you how to learn Japanese successfully the fun and easy way including how to speak Japanese both formally and informally. The method of this book also covers smarter ways to practice listening comprehension and reading and writing the Japanese language.
This is not your conventional Japanese language textbook that lists topics to study accompanied by new vocabulary and grammar points. You can find hundreds of those in bookstores and across the internet. Rather than dissect and explain a large hodgepodge collection of words and lines from random anime and manga that you may not be interested in, this book will show you a system on how to learn from any series of your choice. You may find this system particularly useful if you have trouble remembering any new Japanese language.
Learn Japanese vocabulary, grammar, and kanji from the Dragon Ball, Sword Art Online, Naruto, One Piece, Fairy Tail, One Punch Man, Death Note, Bleach, Attack on Titan, and much more!