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It sounds like much of what you are facing is a cultural more than syntactic problem. A コンビニ is not a bodega; there's no chummy socialization that happens there. All of the language I use in the convenience store is transactional: If you need to ask them to check out: お[会計]{かいけい}お[願]{ねが}いします。 / To indicate the method of payment: ~~で[払]{はら}います。 ...


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I don't have any specialist knowledge on this but over and above telling you that 企業連合 is a cartel,   独占禁止法 is the anti-monopolies law I can suggest how I studied a business topic recently: There must be lots of articles on the web in English on your chosen topic so that should give you the background but I should also expect there are pamphlets put out ...


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I think the name will vary and in smaller book shops where sales of foreign books let alone Japanese text books are rare you may not find anything. By chance today I noticed in Kinokuniya, one of the largest book shops in Tokyo, that the Japanese text book section was next to the foreign books and magazine section and split into: 日本語教育 and "Learning ...


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If you're looking at a book store you'll probably find those kinds of books in the 語学{ごがく} section. You'll generally find JLPT test prep or other English-language materials for learning Japanese there (at least in my experience), as well as a variety of other foreign language learning materials.



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