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· Y's of Life (Available in print and as an eBook)

· Bridging the Gap: Police - Japanese, Third Edition

· Physical Security for Information Protection

· Basic Security Management

· Object Marking in Japanese: A Self-study Programmed Lesson

· Everything (Available in print; e-book, 2nd Ed.; and Kindle, 3rd Ed.)


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· Dad's Birthday

· Roses

· Aging

· Winter Skies

· Battered Box

· Our Garden

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Copyright:  August 1, 2012


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Nonverbal Japanese language communicator primarily for English speakers. Easy to use reference. Proven and effective tool.

Bridging the Gap: Police-Japanese is a unique, well proven Japanese language communication reference guide; a non-verbal communication tool for times of emergency or situations when a non-English speaking Japanese person may need assistance and an interpreter is not readily available.

Phrases, questions, replies, and words useful to police, security guards, hotel, and tourist personnel who deal with Japanese people.

Questions and replies are written in English, romaji, and Japanese.

Bridging the Gap: Police-Japanese was originally written for use by police officers in Honolulu, Hawaii and was used as well in Guam, Micronesia, and other South Pacific areas. Twenty-seven chapters guide the user through determining the type of problem and obtaining information.

Although the title is Bridging the Gap: Police-Japanese, you will find that this book is a valuable and essential tool for individual study and for those working in the tour industry.



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Object Marking in Japanese: A Self-study Programmed Lesson by Robert Wood

This programmed, self-paced lesson focuses exclusively on the use of postpostions (ga and (w)o) with grammatical objects in the Japanese language without wavering or getting off tr..  
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