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 Beppu, Oita, Japan    
 Portland, Oregon, USA    
Japanese "Alphabet" 字を書く方法
(>'')>  Hiragana ひらがな
Hiragana_study_pack.pdf includes:
(strokes, symbols, sounds, practice)
(>'')>  Katakana カタカナ
Katakana_study_pack.pdf includes:
(strokes, symbols, sounds, practice)
Flashcards 教材用のカード
NOTE: download these *.odt files, print on 2x4" labels & stick to 3x5" cards. An *.odt file is a Word file.
      hiragana / katakana
   Vocabulary 新しい単語
     課00 / 課01 / 課02 / 課03 / 課04 / 課05 /
     課06 / 課07 / 課08 / 課09
   Kanji 漢字
     課03 / 課04 / 課05 / 課06 / 課07 / 課08 / 課09

    GENKI Vocab    &    GENKI Kanji

ANKI (webpage / wiki / srs)
   After making my own flash cards, I began using the ANKI app to study vocab on my phone. I'm building a new deck as I progress.
Writing    ( + )
Japanese Writing Paper (genkō yōshi)
   How to use genkō yōshi paper
   genkō yōshi: 50 / 200 / 400

Type Japanese On Your Computer (preferred solution)
   Windows 7 / Mac OS X / Ubuntu / [ Googlenew ]

Type Japanese In Google Docs & Gmail
   Google text input

Textbook & Language    ( + )
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my study notes 「私のノート」
   A collection of some notes.

Sakai Sensei (online)
   AS Kanji 1-Sheet
   AS Kanji w/ KLD#
   A2 Kanji 1-Sheet
   A2 Kanji w/ KLD#
   GCSE Adj.list 1-Sheet

South Wolds Kanji (online)
   AS Kanji
   A2 Kanji
   AS Kanji Test
   GCSE Kanji
   GCSE Revision
   GCSE Workbook01
   GCSE Workbook02
   GCSE Workbook03
   GCSE Workbook04
   IB Resources

Japanese Language Proficiency Test (online)

The Japanese Page (online)
   Top 1000 Kanji
   download audio and more
どうもありがとうございました    ( + )
   Handwritten hiragana and katakana is different from print. Kyokasho font is handwritten style. Mincho font is a common print style for novels and newspapers. Gothic font is just for flare. The free Epson ttf30 font pack has a nice Gothic and Mincho and a passable Kyokasho. However, Tadashi Sakai created the "TAsakai" Kyokasho font (available free here and here.) I use it and his stroke order charts in my "_study_packs." どうもありがとうございますさかいせんせい。
   The Kanji Practice Sheets from the Genki Textbook come from Usagi Chan's Genki Resource pages. どうもありがとうございます。 I'd also like to thank Tae Kim for his grammar guide, the South Wolds School for their education files, Jon Waller for the JLPT data, tofugu.com for their how-to help, and thejapanesepage.com for their various learning tools! あなたたちはどうもありがとうございます。
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