A new copy of this text would cost me an arm and a leg plus shipping. I was wondering if anyone here just wants to get rid of their genki at a good price, preferrably in the same city as me to save on shipping. I would like to get the workbook as well.
From: Los Angeles, CA Registered: 2011-12-17 Posts: 136
If you're not completely against renting the Genki books, you can try to find it in your nearest library with http://www.worldcat.org/
I use that website a lot when I want to find books. It's a good alternate to buying books. It definitely won't be as good as having your very own copy, but at least this way you can get started covering the material while still on the search for a good deal on the books.
thanks I did use Tusbe but they were all going for $80 and up. However i did manage to bargain with someone and got it down to $20 lol for the 2nd ed including the workbook though . So I scored myself a copy. thanks for all your help