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Welcome to Kanji Practice. Kanji Practice is a site which helps learners of Japanese to master reading and writing kanji.

Welcome to Kanji Practice

Kanji are grouped in sets of 50, following the order used by learners of Japanese at Dartmouth College. For each kanji, the site offers a brushstroke image, a brief video clip demonstrating stroke order, sample sentences for On and Kun readings with accompanying audio clips, print variations and the English translation of the kanji.

So far, kanji 1-300 and some supplementary kanji are available, with more kanji in production. If you would like to give us feedback about the site, please fill out our feedback form. Welcome to Kanji Practice. Kanji Practice is a site which helps learners of Japanese to master reading and writing kanji.

Welcome to Kanji Practice

Kanji are grouped in sets of 50, following the order used by learners of Japanese at Dartmouth College. For each kanji, the site offers a brushstroke image, a brief video clip demonstrating stroke order, sample sentences for On and Kun readings with accompanying audio clips, print variations and the English translation of the kanji. So far, kanji 1-300 and some supplementary kanji are available, with more kanji in production.

If you would like to give us feedback about the site, please fill out our feedback form. Free Japanese Lessons - Hiragana - The Japanese Alphabet (Hiragana Chart) - Learn to speak the Japanese language online for free! Want audio on this lesson?

Free Japanese Lessons - Hiragana - The Japanese Alphabet (Hiragana Chart) - Learn to speak the Japanese language online for free!

Register for our Members Area and get audio for Hiragana - The Japanese Alphabet. It's FREE! The first step to learning the Japanese language is to learn the alphabet. Or, at least, to learn the sounds that exist in the language. Free Japanese Lessons - Hiragana - The Japanese Alphabet (Hiragana Chart) - Learn to speak the Japanese language online for free! Writing Japanese (Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji) Learn how to read japanese kanji! Kana Invaders.

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Check 'em out!) (Updated May, 2010) Rikai.com (www.rikai.com) An online kanji translator that allows you to tackle Japanese Web pages. Enter the URL of the homepage you want to read, and Rikai will open it for you. Name Exchange - English to Japanese, Japanese name translation. The Kanji SITE - A guide for students of Japanese Kanji. 10 Great Japanese Cheat Sheets. Welcome to the Japanese cheat sheet page which includes our own cheat sheets and links to other free resources for learning Japanese. To be honest there is no way to really cheat your way to the top when it comes to acquiring a new language. However, I have found some very well designed cheat sheets which list some of the most basic and useful elements of Japanese vocabulary and grammar for quick reference and learning.

I think these are good for both beginners and more advanced students of Japanese. Beginners can use these to quickly learn the the most common and elementary vocabulary and phrases. If you are more proficient, these are great revision tools for consolidating and retaining what you have learned. Japanese Kanji List. Cool Japan Gifts / Traditional Arts & Crafts - Online Shop Saiga > Japanese Kanji Dictionary > Kanji List The following plain text is the lists of all the Kanji included in this online Japanese Kanji dictionary.

Japanese Kanji List

You can look up the details (stroke counts, stroke order, radical, English meaning, reading with audio files, examples, Irregular reading) of these Kanji using our Japanese Kanji Dictionary with Pronunciation. The Kanji of grade 1-7 are called the Joyo (Jouyou) Kanji. Joyo(常用) means daily use. Hiragana Master Drill. Home > Characters > Hiragana > Hiragana Master Drill Introduction Free online study program for learning how to read, write and type the Japanese Hiragana alphabet.

Hiragana Master Drill

Three Types of Flash Card Programs 3 types of random-order drill programs for effortless, quick memorization. Each drill trains specific ability - reading, character recognition and typing. Hiragana. Hiragana (平仮名, ひらがな?)

Hiragana

Is a Japanese syllabary, one basic component of the Japanese writing system, along with katakana, kanji, and in some cases rōmaji (the Latin-script alphabet). Hiragana is used to write native words for which there are no kanji, including grammatical particles such as から kara "from", and suffixes such as さん ~san "Mr., Mrs., Miss, Ms. " Hiragana — Real Kana.

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