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Postby SCMurphy » Tue 05.10.2005 12:25 pm

Ok This is a tool that makes you work. You type Romanji to get the Katakana for the On reading and then to get the Hiragana for the Kun readings. You have to get all of them or you don't get complete credit in the Mastery rating. The Mastery system keeps track of your mistakes and makes you study your problem Kanji more than the ones you have demonstrated 'Mastery' of.

The program only adds 10 Kanji at a time to your study list if you take the automatic route. The more advanced features let you select your own Kanji list but I'm no where near that point. This tool is kicking my butt! However, I'm really excited about how well the readings are sinking in to my brain. I will be getting a lot of use out of this program.

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