On these two 60 minute cassette for beginners, frequently used words and phrases in Japanese are translated into English repetitively, and it's all superimposed on really cool music, www.rapanese.com. It was put together by Mike D'Amours a French Canadian, ex-disc jockey, foreign language teacher.
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You may be in a sushi bar and hear "Sumimasen". Right away you think "Excuse me". It becomes automatic. You actually think in English but speak in Japanese (in the beginning).
We have also discovered that when you learn this way (by cranking up the stereo and repeating along with the music) YOU HAVE NO ACCENT. What happens is that the repetition develops the appropriate muscles in your mouth enabling you so speak the language properly. AUTHCOMMENTS; HISTORY OF RAPANESE
Rapanese was created by a French Canadian, ex-disc jockey, school teacher, Mike D'Amours. He started using Rapanese in his classroom of 25 students in 1989 to teach Japanese. By 1991 the Kelowna Secondary School, BC Canada, had to hire a second language instructor to cope with the five fold increase in demand. Since then Mike has been teaching French and Spanish, with even more amazing results. RAPANESE JAPANESE SERIES 2 IS AVAILABLEAbout the Author:
Mike and I worked jointly to build Rapanese but back in 1995 Mike got married and left me on my own. Instead of RAPANESE he invested in 2 beautiful children.
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