- Dec 2, 2015
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I've been doing colours and some things have an い on the end eg. あかい so is it pronounced akai or aka?
I've been looking at some including the genki one, but it's quite expensive. I do have a beginners Japanese dictionary though.あかい is "akai".
Have you given any more consideration to getting a textbook?
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I will give you the same advice Mike gave me like year ago.I've been looking at some including the genki one, but it's quite expensive. I do have a beginners Japanese dictionary though.
The only websites I can find make you sign u to download, do you remember what website you got it from?I will give you the same advice Mike gave me like year ago.
Download free pdf of the book, you can find it just by googling "Genki 1 pdf" or buy used 1st edition which probably costs around 10$ and only difference between it and the new one is instead of cassette you have translation of compact disc.
And if you can't find find audio files I think I have them somewhere on my pc.
Ok so this thing should have genki 1 genki 2 and audio files.
To be 100% safe I recommend you to scan the rar but it should be fine.
And it took me 1 minute to find it on google so next time try a little harder.
And well good luck learning the language.
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Yeah sorry my bad should have just emailed it or something like that.I removed the link due to copyright thing. It's against the forum rules, and illegal in the first place.
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As for the OP's initial question, あか is a noun/the name of a color, whereas あかい is an adjective. The following thread might be somewhat helpful.
Conjugating colours | Japan Forum
Anybody who can afford a device to access the internet and the cost of internet service can afford a used textbook. It is a matter of what one chooses to prioritize.Yeah sorry my bad should have just emailed it or something like that.
And as for it being illegal sharing information for free to those who can't afford it is nice thing to do.
I own a genuine copy of genki so I m not stealing.Regardless what you think about your behavior, it IS illegal. Do you think you can get away with stealing money because you are poor?
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