Japanese, general discussion on the language
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We just released the Japanese Learning Suite
version 2.3.2, with a bunch of new features and bug fixes etc.
If you are going to use the (modified) Tanaka Corpus in this software then it might be a good idea to have a feedback facility for correcting examples. Comments on examples should go direct to me, and probably to Jim for the record (although I think he rarely reads them unless I draw his attention to one of them). I can PM you our emails if needed.
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Is this actually an effective way to study kanji? I think it would be impossible for me to learn kanji from that. It tells you about that kanji but doesn't teach it to you.
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I'll definitely take a peekaboos see
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No this program is really good, U will learn Kanji from it. U just have to know the basics first but once u get that the kanji is up for grabs in this program. I definitely recommend this.
Good luck with studying everybody and I hope one day I will be able to pick it back up.
Until then, a nice goodbye from me to you
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I had downloaded this, and it seemed to install properly, but it won't run.
I have Windows XP and .NET 1 & 2(upgrade). It asks to de-bug something.
Any suggestions since I'd really like to try this program out?
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phreadom-san haven't logged in TJP from 27th June. So I think it would be better to ask directly.
I think it is a good program to learning kanji.
Good luck with your Japanese study.
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Wow, this seems like such a cool progam. I'm definitely going to download it. I just hope my slow computer can handle it.
"Every act of conscious learning requires the willingness to suffer an injury to one's self-esteem. That is why young children, before they are aware of their own self-importance, learn so easily."
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We're releasing version 3.0.1 today. Lots of updates!
Just been busy with life stuff.