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Katakana Help

Postby kydancer0123 » Mon 08.01.2005 7:37 pm

Hello everyone!
I have two questions:
Well, I need a site that has Katakana lessons with mnemonics. I have tried learning here, but the Lessons aren't ready yet. I have learned up to Lesson 4, but I need to keep studying so I don't lose my touch. *Can anyone help?
I was thinking about 'All About Particles' by Naoko Chino. I'm not too great with particles, so I figured that I ought to get a textbook and study. *What do you think about this book? *Also, any other book recommendations are extremely helpful!
Thank you!:)
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RE: Katakana Help

Postby lomagu » Tue 08.02.2005 8:33 am

I'll answer one of your questions.. (the other I dunno ;). I really like that particle book. I use it more as a reference though. I wouldn't recommend it to learn from for a beginner. I'd suggest just getting a general beginner level text and learn about particles that way. I think it's easier to learn different grammar points at the same time instead of just focusing on one thing.
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RE: Katakana Help

Postby Christian_ » Tue 08.02.2005 11:37 am

i delayed my self from learning any katakana because i couldnt think of a site but i realized i had a chart of the kana in my grammer book and after writing and not so much memonics but rembering stuff like mu looks like a triangle i memorized most of the katakana. hope that helps.;)
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RE: Katakana Help

Postby kydancer0123 » Tue 08.02.2005 1:10 pm

Alright, thsnk you all verey much!:) I really appreciate you guys helping me out.
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