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|dc||A good page on counting systems|| |
|dc||I've started using this tool recently, Babylon. Its got access to other good paid for dictionaries, and pretty hassle free to use within any app for looking up words with a ctrl-click...|
|dc||http://www.Japaneselearning.com :: comprehensive learning site. A blog by any other name...|| |
We are a new site and are trying to focus on student interaction and building a community.
Mike / Kenkyuukai.com
|ljfurlong||JLPT Kanji Project, http://www.jlpt-kanji.com/ is much more complete and up-to-date when compared with Kanjisite, which seems to have been abandoned. It is similar in a lot of ways, but includes the ubiquitous EDICT, which breaks down the kanji in a handy sidebar. Have a look.|| |
|dc||Looks like a decent Kanji site...|
btw does anyone know where to find a site with all the mnemonics from the Henshall "guide to remebering..." book?
|Billy||Japanese Lessons at theforeigner-japan.com|| |
|anon||interesting monthly column from the japan times with stories and other ways to help remember Kanji...|
|anon||kanji-a-day mailing list from yookoso. nice to have a good mailing to remind you to study! I signed up at work and on my phone...|| |
|halx||the ALC link in the Dictionary section should probably mention that it is a web interface to the well-known 英辞郎|| |
|anon||check here for the Henshall mnemonics|
|nanini||I found very interesting dictionary on www.wakan.manga.cz This is a project for people who wants to learn Japanese and Chinese. This dictionary has more than 6000 kanjis and a very good dictionary. It has many function. Enjoy learning Japanese.|| |
|giseigo words||CAN anyone find good lists of giseigo or gitaigo words...|
those sound words and what not...
please email email@example.com if you can
|bamboo4||Here is a site with lots of Japanese onomatopoeia with English translations:|
This site is in Japanese, but all onomatopoeic words are listed in katakana.
I do not vouch for the accuracy or competency of the English translations given, but they are fair.
|PaulO||Don't forget http://www.kantango.com for vocabulary building.|| |
|sabrae||This is a grammar compilation done in Japanese that I recently found. Unfortunately, it's difficult to copy and paste (in order to look up words) because clicking transfers you to the next grammar point, but it seems pretty thorough.|| |
|sabrae||To the person who wanted a list of onomatopoeia:|
There is a book called 日英擬音・擬態語活用辞典(A Practical Guide to Japanese-English Onomatopoeia & Mimesis) that is like a dictionary with extensive examples and good explanations (in both Japanese and English).
chat program for japanese-english learners
|Steve Ryner||Hey guys, great site. Just wanted to drop a line to my kanji dictionary, http://www.nuthatch.com/kanji It's more of a browsing adventure (based on Nelson's classic) without any searching functions yet.|| |
|dc||hi steve - couldnt find the browsing, but sounds interesting. I often use the rikai kanji map when i have a few minutes:|
|ceruleanjen||[http://dict.regex.info/cgi-bin/j-e/jis/dict] - Jeffrey's Japanese English Dictionary. I swear by it. Make sure to visit the customization page to turn on kanji in search returns. || |
|CW||Found a great spreadsheet for learning Kanji up to JLPT level 2 here: http://www.chuobunkyo.jp/japanese.php?lang=en|
Hope others find it as useful as I have :)
|dc||this is a pretty deep grammar dictionary, but just in japanese.|
|sarumitai||The site http://www.musuu.com has something like 1,000 links to Japanese links. It's like a mini google or something.|| |
|Molly Moriss||Hi does any one like the show Naruto?|| |
|Rachel||I LOVE THE SHOW NARUTO!!!!!!!!!|| |
|han-na_bae||http://www.thejapanesepage.com/ This is a great Learn Japanese site with culture included and nearly all main aspects of studying a language.|
http://kantango.com/ This is a great place that helps you study your vocanbulary with included audio files on each vocabulary word you're studying!
Ah, I love Naruto, yet the manga is way better!
|dude||Please visit: http://mahou@org/ "mahou" stands for "magic" in Japanese and it is full of kanji with up to 200 example sentences (!) per kanji with romaji reading and English translations provided.|| |
|Viola||www.joepark.org/joesjlptpage JUST VISIT|| |
List of links to resources on the Internet for learning Japanese: online dictionaries, software, stuff to read, etc.
For those of us conducting business in Japanese, this site has a searchable database with terms and vocabulary for a variety of situations divided into categories like 'Environment' 'Society'.
Their word of the day is also pretty kneat.
1991-2005 online examinations of Japanese Language Proficiency Test
|LemonyFreshSmurf||I'm having issues on installing the Japanese word-processor on my computer. I've tried messing with Control Panel>Regional/Language Settings, but nothing seems to happen, and I'm unable to read any kana at all. Is there another way to go about it?|| |
|uma_japan2006@yahoo.||where can i get the complete set of joyo kanji list is there any web site for that|| |
Naruhodo! is a blog I started up recently. It covers a variety of topics about learning Japanese with an emphasis on studying with the Nintendo DS. Lots of articles about kanji, grammar, and keigo.
Maryland Japanese + English Language Club
-No costs, volunteer-based, a fun way to learn and make friends at the same time. Language and culure are very intertwined, so direct experience matters.
Boston Japanese + English Language Club
-similar as above, based in Boston, with over 550 members at the last count.
This site is for practicing your japanese ... Hope it work on you guys ^-^v
|ziaz||I have created a simple site you can use to search for JLPT related grammar and vocabulary. It works well on AU keitai phones, but I'm not sure about other providers.|
ok ka huh...
|seifip||I just finished my new Japanese educational game and reviewing tool Nihongoup. It can improve one’s kana typing speed as well as help one review the kanji, vocab and particles. |
Feel free to try it out at http://nihongoup.com/ and if you have any ideas or find any bugs please post them here or drop me a mail ^^
|haibuihoang||I'd like to introduce a new English Japanese dictionary at http://www.romajidesu.com. Any comments and suggestions are welcome. || |