GREAT kana practise website

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GREAT kana practise website

Post by ayaito » Sun 01.15.2006 1:07 pm

to study kana:

http://www.kanacards.com/kanacards.swf

you can select from katakana or hiragana, and either practise with the sites pre-made flashcards or quiz yourself on them. its a simple website and works great.

to study kanji:

http://www.j-prep.com/content.html

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Post by amathyst » Sun 01.15.2006 3:27 pm

there is also this one to practice katakana http://kanasensei.sourceforge.net/ it gives you the symbol them you have to cloick on the right answer.
tell me if the link doesnt work

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Post by TokyoRoze » Sun 01.15.2006 4:22 pm

YAY ARIGATOU!



wow..........what is with this chart thing??? You mean I have to learn more than I should? its goes like
A I U E O ya yu yo
k
g
s
z
t
etc
etc


I dont understand
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Hiragana: 0/46
Katakana 0/46
Kanji: Kyuu4:0/80

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Post by Txkun » Sun 01.15.2006 5:31 pm

I found these some time ago...
Katakana: http://www.manythings.org/q/kana.php?u=katakana
Hiragana: http://www.manythings.org/q/kana.php?u=hiragana

Works nice...
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Post by ayaito » Sun 01.15.2006 5:47 pm

amathyst: i have been looking for that site forever -- thank you so much for sharing it with me! i found it once and then lost it ...

tokyoroze: the vowels are always the bases:

A I U E O

and then you have compound words: you add "ya" "yu" and "yo" when you have, for example:

hi + ya (when the "ya" symbol is smaller than the "hi" symbol) and it = "hya"

and then using the bases and all of the other vowels, k, d, t, etc, you get "ka" "de" "to" and so forth.

its basically like a fill in multiplication chart:

A I U E O (heres one example row with "k"):
k ka ki ku ke ko

hope that helps!

tzkun: thank you for sharing these with me!! i really appreciate it. :D

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Post by TokyoRoze » Sun 01.15.2006 11:45 pm

Im starting to catch on
Hiragana: 0/46
Katakana 0/46
Kanji: Kyuu4:0/80

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Post by leoo » Mon 01.16.2006 12:09 am

I highly recommend the "learn kana" program available here at TJP (http://thejapanesepage.com/downloads.php?cat_id=1 -- bottom link).

(oh, and if anybody knows what the "get kana" function is, or how it works, please let me know.)


また ね!
-りおお
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Post by ashitaka » Mon 01.16.2006 12:27 am

i use "lets learn katakana"

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Post by ayaito » Mon 01.16.2006 11:29 am

tokyoroze: yay!

leoo: ooh, ill definitely check that out. thank you! (and while doing so ill daringly click the "get kana" button or something. lol!)

ashitaka: i dont think i know of that program, do you have a link? it sounds worthwhile :D

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Post by Takeo Saeki » Sun 02.12.2006 7:26 pm

Before I found TJP, I used learn-japanese.info to learn Kana. I find TJP more satisfying.

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Post by Sachi » Sun 02.12.2006 7:35 pm

Useful kanji site =) ありがとうございます!

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