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Pocket Japanese Dictionary (Periplus Pocket Dictionary)
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The Periplus Pocket Dictionaries are ideal for students and travelers, covering all the words needed for everyday situations and basic travel. They were designed by academics and translators to fit the needs of people traveling to a foreign country — who may not want to spend hours in class learning a new language. The handy, slim size is easy to fit in a pocket or a purse and does not include any confusing abbreviations or dictionary terminology.<P>Each dictionary features over 3,000 entries in each direction — both to and from English — romanized forms and the authentic script where applicable, a brief guide to pronunciation, general vocabulary appropriate for beginners and intermediates, different senses of the same word clearly distinguished by explanatory glosses, and clear layout and readable type. For most of the languages offered in this series of dictionaries, there is simply no other dictionary available at this basic level.<P>Find the right words for everyday situations with these inexpensive, pocket-sized volumes<BR>-- Ideal dictionaries for beginning students and travelers<BR>-- Handy slim size to fit the pocket or purse with attractive, colorful covers<BR>-- Simply no other dictionary at this basic level
This basic Japanese/English dictionary has over 3000 entries in each direction, with romanized forms and authentic script where applicable. It is intended to help the tourist or business person make some headway with speaking to locals, navigating their way around or making that crucial deal.
The Periplus Pocket Japanese Dictionary is ideal for students and travelers, covering all the words needed for everyday situations and travel basics without confusing abbreviations or dictionary terminology. The dictionary is bi-directional and features over 4,500 entries.
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An engineer turned floral artist, Sakul Intakul is the owner of Sakul Intakul Studio, a design studio, and Sakul Flowers, a flower shop in Bangkok. He is a regular contributor of magazine articles, and he arranges flowers for the Queen of Thailand and many leading hotels and restaurants in Bangkok.
Wongvipa Devahastin na Ayudhya was educated at the Rajinee Lyceum, a school sponsored by the royal family in Bangkok, where she learned the Thai arts of flower display and decoration. She is a self-taught interior designer, a skilled gardener, and the co-author of Contemporary Thai.
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