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kanji cards help!

Post by raitsuki » Wed 05.16.2007 11:44 pm

I bought some white rabbit press kanji cards and their very good references ,the problem is that I have no lessons pretaining to the cards plz help!
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Post by Infidel » Wed 05.16.2007 11:57 pm

generally, you use your textbook to learn the words and use the flashcards for review.
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Post by whiterabbit » Thu 05.17.2007 9:18 am

Regarding matching up our kanji cards with your curriculum, we also have an online tool (Kanji Finder) which allows you to enter all the kanji from, say, Chapter 1 of your textbook, and the tool will generate a downloadable list of all the cards which include those kanji (either as the main kanji or in a vocabulary word). This makes it very easy to identify which cards would be useful for self-study drills for each lesson in your class.

Also we have a few cross-reference lists for popular textbooks in our download area. If you’re textbook isn’t in the list, you can just use the kanji finder tool to create your own cross-reference list.

Kanji Finder
http://www.whiterabbitpress.com/kanji_finder.php

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Post by lalaith » Thu 05.17.2007 9:47 am

whiterabbit wrote:
Regarding matching up our kanji cards with your curriculum, we also have an online tool (Kanji Finder) which allows you to enter all the kanji from, say, Chapter 1 of your textbook, and the tool will generate a downloadable list of all the cards which include those kanji (either as the main kanji or in a vocabulary word). This makes it very easy to identify which cards would be useful for self-study drills for each lesson in your class.
Wow! Talk about customer service! The publishers of the kanji flashcards answering the OP.

Boy, after this, if I were going to get kanji flashcards I'd buy yours.
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Post by whiterabbit » Thu 05.17.2007 10:39 am

OP should have posted on OUR forum! our URL is on the product box haha
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Post by clay » Thu 05.17.2007 10:42 am

Max, you know the OP only writes on the cool forums B)

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Post by whiterabbit » Thu 05.17.2007 11:10 am

clay wrote:
Max, you know the OP only writes on the cool forums B)

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Post by Infidel » Thu 05.17.2007 6:50 pm

whiterabbit wrote:
Regarding matching up our kanji cards with your curriculum, we also have an online tool (Kanji Finder) which allows you to enter all the kanji from, say, Chapter 1 of your textbook, and the tool will generate a downloadable list of all the cards which include those kanji (either as the main kanji or in a vocabulary word). This makes it very easy to identify which cards would be useful for self-study drills for each lesson in your class.
That is extremely cool.

I have the tuttle cards at home--even though I resolved to trash them before I move this month--and the thing that aggravated me the most was having to search for all the cards every time I opened a new chapter.

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Post by clay » Thu 05.17.2007 10:15 pm

Grats Clay. You know your forum is mainstream when vendors begin to drop-in.
Thanks. Max is a good friend and they really do make a quality product. Oh and their forum is cool too.
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Post by Infidel » Thu 05.17.2007 11:17 pm

Oh my! :o

So many books in his store I want.....

Money.....burning hole......in......pocket. I must buy things!

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Post by Seapony » Fri 05.18.2007 12:12 am

The power of marketing, eh?

I was looking for a good set of flashcards...my first set, no less. I guess I know where I'll be purchasing mine (and adjoining kanji texts) from.

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Post by clay » Fri 05.18.2007 12:19 am

We happen to stock the full line of White Rabbit Press goodies. ;)
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