Japanese in Training is written in a unique style that moves from past to present frequently. A 16 year old boy, Stephen, whose goal is to learn Japanese fl uently in time reaches a point where he feels that he can't learn anymore. Deciding to fl y to Japan and be immersed in the language the airplane crashes into the North Pacifi c Ocean. Seven survivors, believed dead, must fi nd a way to communicate. Three of them speak only Japanese and four speak little or no Japanese. Stephen seems to know the most but is unwilling to take the lead Will the group overcoming communication problems both ethnic and social. They must work together in order to survive freak storms and lack of food and water in the middle of a gigantic ocean. Are they up to the challenge?Indignant, Trevor said, aWhat ah you trying to do, give me a heart attack?a Sakie insisted ... spider was reddish brown and didna#39;t have any eyes at all. ... Replied Tomoyasu Stephen suggested, aWe should get out of this cave as soon a possible.
|Title||:||Japanese in Training|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2012-06|