Whereas Volume I of the Busy People series introduces the most basic patterns for constructing simple sentences in Japanese, Volume II aims to provide students with the foundational skills for forming more complex expressions that will enable them to further advance their command of the language. As you look through this workbook, therefore, you will probably notice that the Japanese presented in the back is considerably more difficult than what appears toward the front. Put another way, this means that by successfully completing the materials covered in Volume II and
AJALT was recognized as a nonprofit organization by Japan's Ministry of Education in 1977. It was established to meet the needs of people who wish to communicate effectively in Japanese. In 1992 AJALT was awarded the Japan Foundation Special Prize. They are the authors of the Japanese for Young People series and Japanese for Professionals.