The one, the only, the "Hey that's a useful site" Thread.

Have a textbook or grammar book that you find particularly helpful? What about a learning tip to share with others?
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Post by Mikoyu » Wed 06.21.2006 6:26 am

hi

get it here > http://www.megaupload.com/?d=R52T7KQD

this game kicks ass! much better than slime forest adventure and knuckles in china land (though they are good games).

its a simple rpg but it really explains what you are learning!

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Post by Budomaru » Fri 06.23.2006 2:05 pm

Bunch of links

Nice group of excercises on kanji, with samples and all

i was looking for sample sentences on google and i ran into these two :P
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Post by njt » Wed 08.09.2006 1:23 am

Mikoyu wrote:
hi

get it here > http://www.megaupload.com/?d=R52T7KQD

this game kicks ass! much better than slime forest adventure and knuckles in china land (though they are good games).

its a simple rpg but it really explains what you are learning!
anyone get this game to work?? or is it just me? I click it and nothing happens :p.

anyways sorry for the long absense i'll be around here more (this time I promise :p) will update the first thread and yeah :p be more active^^;

er- it turns out that that "game" was really a backdoor trojan thingy. EVIL!! Been cleaning my system ever since...
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Post by lile » Thu 08.17.2006 10:56 pm

Sorry if this has been posted before.
It is an MIT site where you can see various course resources (ie. Japanese courses).

http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Foreign-Langu ... /index.htm

EDIT: I strongly suggest exploring the site, there are many things. If anything, it is possible to use the syllabi/assignments as a guide to studying.
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Post by CharleyGarrett » Tue 09.05.2006 3:56 pm

Remembering the Kanji, by Heisig. The link is http://kanji.koohii.com/ :D

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Post by BrianM » Thu 09.14.2006 10:20 pm

great sites, i dont think i saw this one, although i believe its on one of the lessons page,
http://www.learn-japanese.info Its a great site, and my main source of learning japanese. kanjistep.com is another good at explaining what kanji is

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Post by BrianM » Thu 09.14.2006 10:48 pm

Budomaru wrote:
Bunch of links

Nice group of excercises on kanji, with samples and all

i was looking for sample sentences on google and i ran into these two :P
Arigato! http://www.languageguide.org/nihongo/ found this link their. My friend found that same page but in german a long while back and i was wondering if they had it in Nihonjo. Arigato once again!

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Post by mewarmo990 » Wed 09.20.2006 6:09 am

http://www.animelyrics.com

Some of you might know about it...
In addition to being a source for anime and j-pop music lyrics, the AL forums have a Japanese sub-forum that Japanese learners will find useful for practicing conversations and getting help. Kinda like what we do here.
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Post by MoogleFan » Thu 09.21.2006 4:08 am

I'm not sure if this has been posted before, but this website (Kantango
http://www.kantango.com/) let's you search for words (with hiragana/katakana/kanji) to put in vocabulary lists, and you can also search other peoples' vocabulary lists as well. Ice Mocha (people have probably mentioned this one already; http://www.kanjicafe.com/icemocha.htm) only lets you have three vocabulary lists at a time, but Kantango let's you have as many as you want. However, both have different sorts of features, so I suppose you could pick the one you liked better; I use both! ;)

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Post by Cyborg Ninja » Fri 09.22.2006 5:54 pm

Dunno if this has been added yet:
http://homepage3.nifty.com/jgrammar/

I made another topic about it but I can't delete it, sorry.

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Post by odysseus123321 » Sun 12.03.2006 4:45 am

I"m sorry if this is repeating, but I just stumbled upon a site called http://www.wordchamp.com and if you create a profile (which is free) you can set up lessons for yourself, or make flash cards. I just found it tonight so I think I'll like it along with this website. Mata ne! ^_^


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Post by kungfu_burrito » Sun 12.10.2006 3:22 pm

I'm pretty sure this hasn't been posted yet, but it has alot of useful links for language help and culture.

http://www.sabotenweb.com/bookmarks/new.html

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Post by prep_girl_Nessa » Mon 12.25.2006 9:20 am

I found this earlier today. It's really good to help listening skills, I think, because it's two guys talking at a normal pace in Japanese. The first one has a Japanese transcrpit, the second one doesn't, and it doesn't look like they will add anymore, because the site is pretty much dead, but I've listened to the first one and I liked it, so I'm going to listen to the second one in church today.

http://www.voiceblog.jp/japaneselistening/
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Post by prep_girl_Nessa » Mon 12.25.2006 11:57 am

paul_b wrote:
prep_girl_Nessa wrote:
Edit - accidentally posted twice, can I delete this post?
Hit edit button, click [x] delete this post, save changes.
Thanks ^_^

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