Vocabulary Lists

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Vocabulary Lists

Post by Gakusha » Mon 07.11.2005 9:44 pm

Can anyone recommend some good vocabulary lists, preferably that don't need to be purchased online? I am an upper-beginner, and I have been learning kanji, but the first 40 (as far as I've gotten in 3 weeks) are random and don't provide a good, solid vocabulary. I know I need to give this some time, but I would like some vocabulary lists to learn with the kanji so I can better make words, phrases, and sentences. I'd like to say better, but this site's vocabulary lists have not interested me to a great extent.

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Post by kydancer0123 » Mon 07.11.2005 10:32 pm

I recommend the vocabulary lists that are posted at this site. They are Kanji and Romaji, and are really easy to learn by. I am not ready to learn Kanji yet, but I copied down everything and took notes on the lessons hear. It's easier to treat the lessons like your in school and your in class, that's what I always do! So, good luck with your Kanji and I hoped I helped!;)
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Post by mandolin » Wed 07.20.2005 2:46 pm

I found this site that was very helpful.

http://www.kahome.co.uk/japa/tango.pl?m ... m=01&to=20
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Post by lomagu » Thu 07.21.2005 8:08 am

Check out this site: http://www.mlcjapanese.co.jp.

It has some good pdf vocab & grammar files for different levels.
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Post by maikeru » Fri 07.22.2005 2:57 am

Maybe you could look up a school curriculm for Japanese and base your study on that.

This is the vocab and kanji and grammar for the thitd year of learning Japanese in New Zealand


This is the next level up http://www.tki.org.nz/r/ncea/lang2_japanesevocab.pdf

...and the next level http://www.tki.org.nz/r/ncea/lang3_japanesevocab.pdf

I hope this works!!!

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