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Shin Kanzen Master N3

#1
Hello All,

I am looking for Shin Kanzen Master Dokkai, Goi and Kanji book [JLPT N3 Level]. I will appreciate if you can share soft copy or link to download.
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#2
They're not that hard or expensive to buy. White Rabbit has them for $20 a pop.

https://shop.whiterabbitjapan.com/pages/...kanzen&p=3
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#3
amazon.co.jp has them all for reasonable prices and shipping....
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(2017-06-09, 1:05 pm)They are charging 6$ to ship   gaiaslastlaugh Wrote: They're not that hard or expensive to buy. White Rabbit has them for $20 a pop.

https://shop.whiterabbitjapan.com/pages/...kanzen&p=3
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(2017-06-10, 11:36 am)AmolFT Wrote:
(2017-06-09, 1:05 pm)They are charging 6$ to ship   gaiaslastlaugh Wrote: They're not that hard or expensive to buy. White Rabbit has them for $20 a pop.

https://shop.whiterabbitjapan.com/pages/...kanzen&p=3

So buy a bunch and get your money's worth. Or buy from an online seller like Tomomatsu on Amazon who has free shipping.

Sorry - I understand downloading things for free online when they're otherwise no longer available, or international and local law makes it impossible/ridiculously expensive. But these books don't fit that case at all. They're current, easy to buy, and highly valuable, and as Japanese learners we should be encouraging the publisher to keep it up by voting with our dollars.
Edited: 2017-06-10, 2:24 pm
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#6
I'm going to be more direct than the others.
We don't allow open talk of piracy here, and I agree with gaiaslastlaugh that these books are worth their asking price.
If you really don't want to spend money on them, do the leg work yourself; no one here will tell you where to pirate these.
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#7
(2017-06-10, 12:00 pm)gaiaslastlaugh Wrote:
(2017-06-10, 11:36 am)AmolFT Wrote:
(2017-06-09, 1:05 pm)They are charging 6$ to ship   gaiaslastlaugh Wrote: They're not that hard or expensive to buy. White Rabbit has them for $20 a pop.

https://shop.whiterabbitjapan.com/pages/...kanzen&p=3

So buy a bunch and get your money's worth. Or buy from an online seller like Tomomatsu on Amazon who has free shipping.

Sorry - I understand downloading things for free online when they're otherwise no longer available, or international and local law makes it impossible/ridiculously expensive. But these books don't fit that case at all. They're current, easy to buy, and highly valuable, and as Japanese learners we should be encouraging the publisher to keep it up by voting with our dollars.

$20 may be a small amount for you but that doesn't mean it is for everyone.
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(2017-06-10, 2:45 pm)Splatted Wrote:
(2017-06-10, 12:00 pm)gaiaslastlaugh Wrote:
(2017-06-10, 11:36 am)AmolFT Wrote:
(2017-06-09, 1:05 pm)They are charging 6$ to ship   gaiaslastlaugh Wrote: They're not that hard or expensive to buy. White Rabbit has them for $20 a pop.

https://shop.whiterabbitjapan.com/pages/...kanzen&p=3

So buy a bunch and get your money's worth. Or buy from an online seller like Tomomatsu on Amazon who has free shipping.

Sorry - I understand downloading things for free online when they're otherwise no longer available, or international and local law makes it impossible/ridiculously expensive. But these books don't fit that case at all. They're current, easy to buy, and highly valuable, and as Japanese learners we should be encouraging the publisher to keep it up by voting with our dollars.

$20 may be a small amount for you but that doesn't mean it is for everyone.

Perhaps gaiaslastlaugh can be forgiven for not realizing that $20 isn't a small amount for everyone:

https://forum.koohii.com/thread-12370-pa...t=best+way
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#9
I am unsure of the significance of the thread you linked but to be clear I wasn't trying to privilege shame anyone, just making the point that Gaia was making assumptions about the OP that he has no (apparent) basis to make.
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#10
(2017-06-10, 2:53 pm)phil321 Wrote:
(2017-06-10, 2:45 pm)Splatted Wrote:
(2017-06-10, 12:00 pm)gaiaslastlaugh Wrote:
(2017-06-10, 11:36 am)AmolFT Wrote:
(2017-06-09, 1:05 pm)They are charging 6$ to ship   gaiaslastlaugh Wrote: They're not that hard or expensive to buy. White Rabbit has them for $20 a pop.

https://shop.whiterabbitjapan.com/pages/...kanzen&p=3

So buy a bunch and get your money's worth. Or buy from an online seller like Tomomatsu on Amazon who has free shipping.

Sorry - I understand downloading things for free online when they're otherwise no longer available, or international and local law makes it impossible/ridiculously expensive. But these books don't fit that case at all. They're current, easy to buy, and highly valuable, and as Japanese learners we should be encouraging the publisher to keep it up by voting with our dollars.

$20 may be a small amount for you but that doesn't mean it is for everyone.

Perhaps gaiaslastlaugh can be forgiven for not realizing that $20 isn't a small amount for everyone:

https://forum.koohii.com/thread-12370-pa...t=best+way

Now who's making assumptions? I grew up in a trailer in the sticks of NY state. We were so poor that I used to shoplift stuff from the same store my mother worked at (nearly getting her fired in the process). So, yeah - I get it. 

But income isn't really relevant to the discussion. The Jean Valjean defense doesn't really fly here - we're talking a Japanese book, not a loaf of bread to save your sister's son.
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(2017-06-10, 9:43 pm)gaiaslastlaugh Wrote: Now who's making assumptions? I grew up in a trailer in the sticks of NY state. We were so poor that I used to shoplift stuff from the same store my mother worked at (nearly getting her fired in the process). So, yeah - I get it. 

I would like to contextualise my posts by saying that the first one was supposed to be part of a more general post about piracy and I was trying to work out how to phrase the $20 point in an impersonal way when my "It's time to study" alarm went off. The alarm is boss so I posted what was in the box without thinking and turned off the computer. I regretted it and tried to clarify with the second post but it seems that made things worse.

All this is to that although the misunderstanding is entirely my fault, I really wasn't making assumptions about you. I only wanted to make the point that $20 could actually be a significant amount of money despite you explicitly stating that it wasn't.
Edited: 2017-06-11, 3:00 pm
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