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This unit while short was very helpful to me. In my own study of Japanese, one of the hardest things for me is to memorize the vocabulary words. How to memorize, what to look for, I was trying to self teach myself these things, but then after reading the textbook I have a better idea of how to memorize new words. This unit is especially helpful in terms of referencing to teach new vocabulary to preschool kids and elementary school students. A lot of preschool kids know the English word 'apple', but can't tell me what a tiger is in English. I now have the tools to look at these two words and say to myself, is it something the kids see or say often? Will it come up many times in lessons? Looking at Japanese textbooks, I've found that apple occurs much more frequently than tiger.