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Comprehending Technical Japanese
Edward E. Daub, R. Byron Bird, Nobuo Inoue
Used for self-study or in the classroom, this text shows the reader how to read and translate technical Japanese texts by providing graded readings, explanatory notes, and translation aids.
Edward E. Daub is professor emeritus in the Department of Engineering Professional Development. He is also the coauthor of Basic Technical Japanese and Kanji for Comprehending Technical Japanese.
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LC: 74-005900 PL
438 pp. 7 x 10
Paper $34.95 x
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