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Quiz! King of Japanese Language
Adult's Kanji Training
Does any one know if these games are good for learning japanese? the Kanji sonomama game is supposed to be like an electronic dictionary the way it sounded so does it actually act like a game anyone know if its good for learning purposes? the King of japanese language I have no idea about so if someone could enlighten me as to how it works...and the Adult's Kanji Training looked good but im not sure. Could you use these games to help learn japanese? Any one know at what level someone would need to be to be able to use them or get anything out of them? And one last thing what level of japanese would you need to be to play normal japanese games like the final fantasy one or the many others would you have to be 2kyuu? or advanced level? Just curious as kanji seems to be like its going to be a major focus from now on I'd like to get something that would help learn it faster if possible. I believe i linked correctly, I don't know if anyone is familar with the games so thus I linked so you could at least understand what I'm asking about and maybe help a little. Thanks
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Of those listed, that is the only one I own, and I have found it great for not only learning Kanji, but also identifying the many 部首(Kanji radicals) in Japanese, 人偏、金偏、土（つち） etc, which for during the harder courses in that game, you are able to receive hints using the radical names.
This is the latest one, so I am not familiar with extra features over the old one. But I recommend it. Others may disagree.
Nothing that a good 塾 book cant teach you either
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That's a shame because utilising my DS to help me learn 日本語 would be quite beneficial to my learning in general. I could learn kanji on the bus without carrying a pack of flashcards in my pocket!
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The other 2 i dont know, maybe ill go check them out.
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