Minna No Nihongo Lesson 265029/11
Minna No Nihongo Lesson 2650
our mini review of genki is written in the form of a narrative story, and it takes place in tokyo (where we assume a tokyo native is studying japanese). we begin by talking about mr. ogawa (the foreigner who teaches japanese) who struggles to make himself understood.
if you’ve just started with genki, then the genki tools page should be your first stop. the minna no nihongo web site is the main website for the minna no nihongo series. in addition to providing readers with basic descriptions of the content and lessons, we also link to online lessons that feature the same teaching material and have been translated into english for easy online access. if you are a regular follower of engrish, you can access the genki and minna no nihongo course materials on the tools page on the minna no kyozai website .
the japan foundation japanese-language institute, urawa, an affiliated organization of the japan foundation, focuses on human resource development and teaching resource enhancement as two fundamental functions in its operations to support and promote japanese-language education overseas. the minna no kyozai website is operated as part of the teaching material enhancement project.
both series feature a main textbook (honsatsu, ) with lessons and a workbook(s). the structure of the textbook is fairly similar for both series: we follow the adventures of a foreigner learning japanese in japan. in minna no nihongo, miller-san works for a japanese company (and is featured in its own dedicated novel ) while in genki, mary is a university exchange student.