Momo Textbook only (for Class VII)
Publisher: Goyal Publishers
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Author: The Japan Foundation
Level: 12 To 13
Publisher: Goyal Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd\
Publishing Date: May 1, 2011
Size: 7.87 x 5.51 x 1.57 inches
Momo - Japanese for Class VII 'Moreno", meaning poach blossoms, is the textbook for Class VII students. This is next in sequence alter "Ume' (plum blossoms), the textbook for Class VI that is already being used by students. Like "Ume', "Momo' is also in two parts - next book and exercise book - and comprises of eight lessons. While "Ume" was in the Roman script. 'Momo' is in the phonetic script Hiragana. The other Japanese phonetic script Katakana is also introduced Tor the purpose of recognition by the Students.
A few basic pictorial scripts or Chinese characters iKtinji) arc also introduced towards one of the books so that students may gain familiarity with them before they start studying Kanji in Class VIII. The lessons are in the form of conversations. After each conversation, an explanatory passage is given for comprehension and reading practice. After completion of each lesson, students are advised to revise the patterns and vocabulary introduced in the lesson by doing the exercises given in the exercise book. A glossary of words and patterns that are introduced in the book is appended at the end.