Everything you need to learn the essential Japanese kanji characters is here in this boxed kit! Flash cards are an essential tool in memorizing words when you are learning a new language. An organizing ring to hold the cards you are actively studying. Audio recordings of over 1, words and phrases from a native speaker.
A page study booklet with sorting indexes and practice tips. Each expertly—designed Japanese flash card in this boxed set offers core information about the meanings, pronunciations, vocabulary and usage for each character along with memorable phrases and drawings to help you learn the Kanji. A stroke-order diagram shows how to write the Kanji correctly.
Plus, the hole-punched cards and organizing ring allow you to sort the cards into smaller sets so you can learn or review them in batches and help to remember the kanji character efficiently. Watch your ability to learn kanji, read kanji, write kanji, and remember kanji grow each day steadily with Japanese Kanji Flash Cards Kit, Volume 1!
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Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention flash cards japanese language hiragana and katakana card words helpful learning pronunciation study english learn properly number fairly memorizing remember ring. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I would not recommend this for complete beginners to the Japanese language. Because of the way the cards are laid out, I think it would be better suited for people who have some knowledge of how to read Hiragana and how to properly pronounce Japanese syllables.
Each flash card focuses on one Kanji character, but on most of the cards, the translation for that lone Kanji character is not given.vitektransportation.com/scripts/xalywuqa/pobu-cancer-january-18.php
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Instead, 6 words that include the featured Kanji are presented on each card, along with Hiragana, Roumaji, and English translations for each word. You have to use context in order to figure out what the main Kanji character means, or go look it up online somewhere. Because of this, I think most beginners would be confused by these flash cards. I've been studying Japanese grammar and vocabulary for a couple of months and these cards work really well for me by building upon that foundation.
The CD that comes with this kit is also not great for beginners. It contains MP3 files - one for each of the flash cards in the kit. In each MP3 file, a native Japanese speaker says the card number, followed by the Japanese pronunciation of each word on that card. No English translations are read. These audio files seem to be provided so you can learn how to properly pronounce the words.
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I do find that listening to the Japanese audio helps me memorize the vocabulary. I have to open a media playing program and play the tracks from there. I don't know if this is just on my computer or if it's this way on all of them. Also, the CD does not work in traditional CD players. If you want to play this in a CD player, you'll have to burn the files to blank CD and format it to play in CD players. You could probably also copy the MP3 files to an mp3 player and listen to them that way, but I haven't tried it.
If you're serious about memorizing a lot of useful Japanese words, this kit is great for that purpose, but be aware that you might need other tools as well, if you are a beginner. This is a very simple but also effective method in the sense that it helps you break down a seemingly daunting task at first into very straightforward daily objectives if you choose like I do to practice one new character per day.
The cards themselves are fairly basic but can take a little bit of abuse as they are thinly laminated. Each character's drawing is broken down stroke by stroke so you can practice the proper way. I was looking forward to using the CD along with the writing practice, to make sure I remember the words based on their pronunciation in Japanese and not their English translation, but the CD enclosed didn't read in any of the players I have at my disposal computer, car, stereo, I have a few.
I contacted Amazon and they sent me a replacement, but same thing happened with the latter. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I have always been a student of Languages. Japanese has been a language of great interest since I lived there and more often, in the years since, when I meet someone that speaks Japanese.
I am no longer fluent though I read and write better in this and most other languages much better than I can hear and understand them. It gave me another way to keep in touch with this language. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Set up a giveaway. Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us. Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book? Click here Would you like to report this content as inappropriate?
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