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論文指導 [ トップページ ]>[現在のページ] 論文指導(論文の書き方) 【→詳細な目次】 Sô desu ka - Inalco... by Yatto A la rentrée 2007, l'Inalco est passé au LMD : l'organisation des cours a donc été modifiée! Ça ne veut pas dire que tout ce que vous trouverez ici est obsolète (du japonais, ça reste évidemment du japonais), mais prenez garde au fait que ces fichiers ne couvrent plus forcément le programme de votre année! La plupart de ces cours proviennent de mes propres neurones "japonisés", et dans la mesure du possible, j'ai usé les pages de mon dico pour ne pas dire (trop) de bêtises. Néanmoins, des fautes peuvent bien entendu se cacher ici et là. Alors n'hésitez pas à me prévenir (le mail est en bas de page)!

Collections - Kanshudo We've put together a number of collections of kanji and Japanese words for you to study. If you are looking for a comprehensive study program (with kanji drawing practice, games, flashcards, grammar and more), use our Beginner Lessons or Intermediate Lessons. If you want to focus specifically on kanji and words, these collections are for you. What's in here: If you are just getting started, the hiragana, katakana, the 100 most frequent kanji and the 50 most common components are ideal ways to begin. The NEW Core kanji collections include kanji grouped into standard sets such as grade level (Kyōiku Kanji), type (Jōyō, Jinmeiyō), JLPT etc. The NEW Wikipedia JLPT vocab collections cover about 7400 of the most useful words in Japanese, organized by JLPT level.

Langue japonaise : un kanji par jour 過門香 かもんか un restaurant chinois à Ueno J’achète de temps en temps des bentô à la boutique d’un restaurant chinois juste à côté de la gare de Ueno. Aujourd’hui, pas de chance, la vitrine était fermée avec indiqué « closed » (sic). J’aperçois la vendeuse à l’intérieur et je lui fais mon plus beau sourire (le fameux 84 bis) mais elle m’adresse des signes désespérés.

List of Kanji にん person Click for more info 王おう king, rule, magnate Click for more info 犬いぬ dog Click for more info 音おと sound, noise Click for more info 一いち one Click for more info 右みぎ right Jim Breen's Japanese Page Introduction Welcome to my Japanese Page. As many readers of this page will know, I have an on-going interest in Japan, its people and language. KANJI-Link: Introduction to Japanese kanji! A little bit of history Originally, Japanese was only a spoken language. So, Japanese people had the great (?) idea to borrow the Chinese writing system. : trucs et astuces pour apprendre les kanji All About Radicals (1) - Japanese Language What Are Radicals? A radical (bushu) is a common sub-element found in different kanji characters. Every kanji has a radical or a radical itself can be a kanji. Radicals express the general nature of the kanji characters. A radical is the part of the kanji character that gives you a clue to its origin, group, meaning or pronunciation. Many kanji dictionaries organize characters by their radicals.

Kiki's Kanji Dictionary Welcome to Kiki's Kanji Dictionary. If you're studying written Japanese, Kiki can help you learn more about Kanji characters and compounds. If you can't read Japanese and are looking for kanji translation you might visit Takanori Tomita. Kanji PictoGraphix (kanjipicto Filter Stream Select the types of content you would like to see. Books and apps for learning Japanese kanji using visual mnemonics. Search Myspace Start typing...

The 214 traditional kanji radicals and their meanings Kanji are classified in kanji dictionaries according to their main components which are called radicals (roots) in English and 部首 (ぶしゅ) in Japanese. 部 (ぶ) means a group and 首 (しゅ) means a chief. There are 214 historical radicals derived from the 18th century Kangxi dictionary.