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LITTLE EXPLORERS Picture Dictionary (English-Japanese) by Enchanted Learning Advertisement. is a user-supported site. As a bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages.Click here to learn more. Kanji stroke order diagrams <div class="nojavascript"><p>This page uses JavaScript, but JavaScript does not seem to be available in your browser. I apologize for the inconvenience, but please try either switching on your browser's JavaScript, or visit again with a different browser.</p></div> Language: Help The kanji information used to make the above graphics comes from the KanjiVG project.

wishoTouch Japanese dictionary for iPhone/iPad Have you ever wished that Japanese dictionaries were easier to use? Like the iPhone and iPad, wishoTouch offers an intuitive, uncluttered interface. And unlike most Japanese dictionary apps, it provides a simple way of finding and browsing through kanji, by radical, meaning, handwriting and more! Words, too, are easily searched and linked to their kanji information. All of which means you’ll spend less time looking for that Japanese word or kanji. The Complete Guide to Learning Japanese Posted by Tae Kim Disclaimer: This is still a work in progress! What is a complete guide to Japanese? Despite what many are led to believe, learning Japanese is not significantly more difficult than learning any other language.

OJAD - Online Japanese Accent Dictionary OJAD is an online Japanese accent database for learners and teachers of Japanese. The goal of this tool is to enhance the awareness and understanding of the Japanese pitch accent with a suite of four features. The words in the dictionary encompass over 9000 nouns and 3500 declinable words including verbs, i-adjectives, and na-adjectives, making it possible to search approximately 42,300 conjugations of words. What's more, each conjugated form given in the dictionary is accompanied by both male and female audio.

Online Japanese Dictionaries and Glossaries This page is a collection of annotated links to online Japanesedictionaries. Please send me (Jim Breen) details of any other dictionaries to include, or of corrections to the information here. [Servers Using EDICT/JMdict] [Other Free Servers] [Commercial Servers] [Dictionary Files] [Link Collections] [Unclassified] Servers using EDICT, JMdict, etc. These servers use files from the EDICT/JMdict, KANJIDIC, etc. projects, plus others in the same format. WWWJDIC. About Rikaichan is a popup Japanese-English/German/French/Russian dictionary tool for Firefox, Thunderbird and Seamonkey. Features Simple to use, just hover the mouse on top of a Japanese word. Automatically de-inflects verbs and adjectives. Has an optional toolbar that allows you to manually type the word to lookup.

IPA Phonetic Transcription of English Text Hi! Got an English text and want to see how to pronounce it? This online converter of English text to IPA phonetic transcription will translate your English text into its phonetic transcription using International Phonetic Alphabet. Paste or type your English text in the text field above and click “Show transcription” button (or use [Ctrl+Enter] shortcut from the text input area). Japanese Training: Katakana Drill This online learning tool is free for anybody to use. Your Voluntary Financial Support Helps! If you like it and find it useful then please consider a small payment as a token of your appreciation. These payments will help us offset the costs of continued development, server space, and bandwidth costs. As a guide, pay what you feel it is worth to you, comparing it to books, magazines, Japanese tutors, etc. Your support will help us to continue to develop and enhance ChipChat Japanese Training!

Esperanto Characters in Linux Prior to the invention of the methods discussed in this post, the way to input Esperanto characters on Linux is to use the the h- or x-systems. To input the character ĉ, you would have to write “ch” or “cx”. The later was more preferred because the character x isn’t part of the Esperanto alphabet.