Remembering the Hiragana

Remembering the Hiragana Author James W. Heisig
ISBN-10 4889960724
Release 2001
Pages 160
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This book will help you teach yourself the writing and reading of all 46 characters each of Japanese hiragana and katakana syllabary from memory. By making use of a method of "imaginative memory," introduced in this book, you will be saved from the order of repetition. Following the method, you will be able to write and read all Japanese Kana in three hours and retain them by means of the incredible mnemonic methods. Instructions at the bottom of each page will ask you to skip backwards and forwards through the book, following the best "learning order." The lessons will guide you step by step through this process. As an added bonus, the book includes a supplement on "Learning How to Remember."



Remembering the Hiragana

Remembering the Hiragana Author
ISBN-10 0870407651
Release 1987
Pages 73
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Remembering the Hiragana has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Remembering the Hiragana also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Remembering the Hiragana book for free.



Remembering the Katakana

Remembering the Katakana Author Helmut Morsbach
ISBN-10 UVA:X001842588
Release 1990
Pages 85
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Remembering the Katakana has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Remembering the Katakana also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Remembering the Katakana book for free.



Remembering the Kanji

Remembering the Kanji Author James W. Heisig
ISBN-10 9780824831660
Release 2008-01
Pages 397
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Following the first volume of Remembering the Kanji, the present work takes up the pronunciation of characters and provides students with helpful tools for memorizing them. Behind the notorious inconsistencies in the way the Japanese language has come to pronounce the characters it received from China lie several coherent patterns. Identifying these patterns and arranging them in logical order can reduce dramatically the amount of time spent in the brute memorization of sounds unrelated to written forms. Many of the "primitive elements," or building blocks, used in the drawing of the characters also serve to indicate the "Chinese reading" that particular kanji use, chiefly in compound terms. By learning one of the kanji that uses such a "signal primitive," one can learn the entire group at the same time. In this way. Remembering the Kanji 2 lays out the varieties of phonetic patterns and offers helpful hints for learning readings, which might otherwise appear completely random, in an efficient and rational way. A parallel system of pronouncing the kanji, their "Japanese readings," uses native Japanese words assigned to particular Chinese characters. Although these are more easily learned because of the association of the meaning to a single word, Heisig creates a kind of phonetic alphabet of single-syllable words, each connected to a simple Japanese word, and shows how they can be combined to help memorize particularly troublesome vocabulary. Unlike Volume 1, which proceeds step-by-step in a series of lessons, Volume 2 is organized in such as way that one can study individual chapters or use it as a reference for pronunciation problems as they arise. Individual frames cross-referencethe kanji to alternate readings and to the frame in Volume 1 in which the meaning and writing of the kanji was first introduced.



Von Null Ahnung zu etwas Japanisch

Von Null Ahnung zu etwas Japanisch Author Vera F. Birkenbihl
ISBN-10 9783864155475
Release 2014-03-07
Pages 144
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Wer mit der BIRKENBIHL-METHODE Sprachen lernt, erhält in kürzester Zeit einen faszinierenden Einblick nicht nur in die Sprache, sondern auch in die Mentalität und Kultur der Sprecher. Denn Sprache bestimmt unser Denken: Was wir nicht mit Worten ausdrücken können, das können wir auch nicht denken. Wenn zum Beispiel Sprachen wie Chinesisch und Japanisch keinen Plural kennen, dann hat das Auswirkungen auf das Weltbild der Sprecher: Jemand, der bei dem Wort Wahrheit immer gleichzeitig in Einzahl und Plural denkt, wird kaum auf die Idee kommen, dass es nur eine Wahrheit geben kann. Jede neue Sprache, mit der wir uns beschäftigen, hilft uns also, auch etwas über unsere Muttersprache zu lernen und unseren Horizont zu erweitern. Lassen Sie sich auf die großen Abenteuer ein, die fremde Sprachen zu bieten haben!



Japanese Hiragana Katakana Flash Cards Kit

Japanese Hiragana   Katakana Flash Cards Kit Author Glen McCabe
ISBN-10 9781462914722
Release 2014-08-12
Pages 32
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Learning to recognize and pronounce the basic hiragana and katakana phonetic alphabets is the first step in studying the Japanese language. This set of 200 flash cards along with accompanying booklet, wall charts, and audio disc contains everything you need to quickly gain mastery of the two Japanese syllabaries and is a great way to learn Japanese. Frequent review is the key to memorizing the characters, and these cards are easily carried in a pocket or purse for a quick review session anytime. This box contains: 200 hole–punched flash cards with an organizing ring. Two 24" x 18" wall charts showing all hiragana and katakana. Native–speaker audio recordings of 1,128 words and phrases. 32–page study booklet with indexes and practice tips. Also available from Tuttle Publishing, Japanese Kanji Flash Cards Kit can be used alongside these flash cards to master written Japanese.



Remembering the Kanji 3

Remembering the Kanji 3 Author James W. Heisig
ISBN-10 9780824831677
Release 2008-01
Pages 430
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Volume 2 (4th ed.) updated to include the 196 kanja approved in 2010 for general use.



Learning Japanese Hiragana and Katakana

Learning Japanese Hiragana and Katakana Author Kenneth G. Henshall
ISBN-10 9781462901814
Release 2013-12-20
Pages 144
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Learning Hiragana and Katakana is a systematic and comprehensive Japanese workbook that is perfect for self study or in a classroom setting. Written Japanese combines three different types of characters: the Chinese characters known as kanji, and two Japanese sets of phonetic letters, hiragana and katakana, known collectively as kana, that must be mastered before the Japanese kanji can be learned. Learning Japanese Hiragana and Katakana provides beginning-level students of Japanese a thorough grounding in the basic hiragana and katakana phonetic symbols or syllabaries. A comprehensive introduction presents their basic function, origin, pronunciation and usage. The main body of the book is devoted to presenting the 92 hira and kata characters along with their variations, giving step-by-step guidelines on how to write each character neatly in the correct stroke order, with plentiful practice spaces provided for handwriting practice. This Japanese workbook includes: Systematic and comprehensive coverage of the two Japanese kana systems. Ample provision for Japanese kana practice, review, and self-testing at several levels Detailed reference section explaining the origin and function of kana, and the various kana combinations. Access to online Japanese audio files to aid in correct pronunciation. Helpful additional information for language students accustomed to romanized Japanese. Vocabulary selected for usefulness and cultural relevance. About this new edition: The new third edition has been expanded and revised to include many additional reading and writing exercises. Accompanying online recordings demonstrate the correct pronunciation of all the characters, vocabulary, and sentences in the book.



The Psychology of Reading

The Psychology of Reading Author Insup Taylor
ISBN-10 9781483261256
Release 2013-09-17
Pages 528
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The Psychology of Reading provides a fair and coherent overall picture of how reading is done and how it is best taught. It aims to relate reading to writing systems, analyze the process of reading from several viewpoints using research from diverse disciplines, and develop a model of reading to explain reading processes all the way from letter recognition to reading whole texts. The book describes how children learn to read in different scripts, by different methods, and at different ages. It discusses different components of reading—eye movements, letter and word recognition, sentence and prose reading, and so on, in beginning readers, in skilled or unskilled readers, as well as dyslexic readers. Brain-damaged patients with selective impairment of different components provide a ""natural laboratory"" to compare reading processes within one script as well as across different scripts. The more types of readers, scripts, and components examined, the better the picture of reading processes drawn. This book is a text for college students as well as a reference book for professionals in psychology, education, linguistics, and other related fields.



Kana Pict o graphix

Kana Pict o graphix Author Michael Rowley
ISBN-10 1880656183
Release 1995
Pages 70
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Pocket-size visual guide for remembering the Japanese syllabaries--perfect for beginners!



Complete Guide to Japanese Kanji

Complete Guide to Japanese Kanji Author Christopher Seely
ISBN-10 9781462917730
Release 2016-03-22
Pages 704
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Learn over 2,000 Japanese Kanji characters with this user-friendly Japanese language-learning book. This unique Kanji study guide provides a comprehensive introduction to all the Kanji characters on the Japanese Ministry of Education's official Joyo ("General Use") list—providing detailed notes on the historical development of each character as well as all information needed by students to read and write them. As fascinating as it is useful, this is the book every Japanese language learners keeps on his or her desk and visits over and over. This Kanji book includes: Clear, large-sized entries All of the General Use Joyo Kanji Characters Japanese readings and English meanings stroke-count stroke order usage examples mnemonic hints for easy memorization The components which make up each character are detailed and the Kanji are graded in difficulty according to Ministry of Education guidelines, allowing students to prioritize the order in which the Kanji are learned and track their progress. This book is essential to anyone who is planning to take the official Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) and will appeal to beginning students as well as those who wish to attain higher-level mastery of the Japanese language. It is the only book that also provides historical and etymological information about the Japanese Kanji. This latest edition has been updated to include all of the 2,136 Kanji on the expanded Joyo list issued by the Japanese government in 2010. Many entries have been revised to include the most recent research on character etymologies.



Complete Japanese Beginner to Intermediate Book and Audio Course

Complete Japanese Beginner to Intermediate Book and Audio Course Author Helen Gilhooly
ISBN-10 9781471800580
Release 2017-02-23
Pages 400
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Complete Japanese is a comprehensive ebook + audio language course that takes you from beginner to intermediate level. The main body of this ebook is written in Romanized script. Each unit also offers reading practice in the Japanese scripts: hiragana, katakana and some simple kanji. The new edition of this successful course has been fully revised and is packed with new learning features to give you the language, practice and skills to communicate with confidence. -Maps from A1 to B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for languages -13 learning units plus verb tables and word glossaries -Discovery Method - figure out rules and patterns to make the language stick -Teaches the key skills - reading, writing, listening and speaking -Topic based-approach - learn Japanese you can actually use -Reading activities in Japanese scripts throughout -Learn to learn - tips and skills on how to be a better language learner -Culture notes - learn about the people and places of Japan -Outcomes-based learning - focus your studies with clear aims -Authentic listening activities - everyday conversations give you a flavour of real spoken Japanese -Test Yourself - see and track your own progress Coming soon: get our companion app. Japanese course: Teach Yourself is full of fun, interactive activities to support your learning with this course. Apple and Android versions available. Rely on Teach Yourself, trusted by language learners for over 70 years.



NET Internationalization

 NET Internationalization Author Guy Smith-Ferrier
ISBN-10 0132701472
Release 2006-08-07
Pages 656
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As business becomes more and more global, software developers increasingly need to make applications multi-lingual and culturally aware. The .NET Framework may well have the most comprehensive support for internationalization and globalization of any development platform to date, and .NET Internationalization teaches developers how to unlock and utilize that support. Experienced international application developer Guy Smith-Ferrier covers the internationalization of both Windows Forms and ASP.NET applications, using both Versions 1.1 and 2.0 of the .NET Framework. Smith-Ferrier not only teaches you the best ways to take advantage of the globalization and internationalization features built in to the .NET Framework and Visual Studio, he also provides original code to take globalized applications to the next level of international utility and maintainability. Key topics include • An introduction to the internationalization process and how localization and globalization are supported in Windows and the .NET Framework • The use of resource managers, cultures, resource DLLs, and localized strings, images, and files—including strongly typed resources • Detailed coverage of form localization in Windows Forms and Web Forms • Dealing with regional cultures and their casing, collation, and calendars • Managing right-to-left Middle-Eastern text and pictographic East Asian languages • How to use the book’s original resource administration utilities • How to translate resources with machine translation • How to create custom cultures and integrate them with the .NET Framework 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 • How resource managers work and how to write custom resource managers, including a resource manager that uses a database • How to test your internationalization with FxCop using new and existing globalization rules • How to effectively include the translator in the internationalization process Whether you are a developer, architect, or manager, if you are involved in international applications with the .NET Framework, this is the one book you need to read and understand before you start development. Guy Smith-Ferrier is an author, developer, trainer, and speaker with more than 20 years of software engineering experience. He has internationalized applications in four development platforms, including the .NET Framework. A frequent conference speaker, Guy is the author of C# and .NET courseware and has written numerous articles. You can read his blog at www.guysmithferrier.com.



Remembering the Kanji A systematic guide to reading Japanese characters

Remembering the Kanji  A systematic guide to reading Japanese characters Author James W. Heisig
ISBN-10 0870407481
Release 1987
Pages 395
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From absolute beginners dreading the thought of acquiring literacy in Japanese to more advanced students looking for some relief to the constant frustration of forgetting how to remember the kanji, once you have cracked the covers of these books you will never be able to look at the kanji with the same eyes again.



Japanese Kanji Made Easy

Japanese Kanji Made Easy Author Michael L. Kluemper
ISBN-10 9781462914944
Release 2015-04-28
Pages 216
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This highly-visual book introduces an effective new method to learn over 1,000 Japanese kanji characters using visual stimuli and pictographs. Learning the fundamental kanji characters used to write Japanese can be challenging, but this book is designed to speed up learning by presenting the 1,000 most common characters using a mnemonic approach. In a fun and accessible way to learn Japanese, each kanji is associated with memorable visual and verbal clues. For example, the Japanese character for person is superimposed over a sketch of a smiling man. The visual clue is "a person standing on two legs". By seeing the distinctive shape of the kanji, learners create a mental image of its meaning. Each character is presented as part of a group of characters which share similar traits. These groups use common root symbols known as radicals; they are also categorized by themes such as colors, numbers, animals, or body parts. Pronunciations, meanings and common vocabulary compounds are provided for each character in the group. Mnemonic clues are also given for the basic 92 hiragana and katakana phonetic symbols. A free audio CD helps you learn pronunciation for all of the characters and vocabulary in this book. The introduction explains the basic history and structure of the kanji. Key feature of this Japanese kanji book include: Hiragana and katakana phonetic symbols Easy-to-remember drawings and stories for ALL characters Thousands of vocabulary words Audio CD for pronunciation practice



Language and Education in Japan

Language and Education in Japan Author Y. Kanno
ISBN-10 9780230591585
Release 2008-01-17
Pages 206
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The first critical ethnography of bilingual education in Japan. Based on fieldwork at five different schools, this examines the role of schools in the unequal distribution of bilingualism as cultural capital. It argues that schooling gives children unequal access to bilingualism thus socializing them into different futures.



Word Processing Technology in Japan

Word Processing Technology in Japan Author Nanette Gottlieb
ISBN-10 9781136114823
Release 2013-09-05
Pages 219
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This book deals with a topical issue relating to the use of script in Japan, one which has the potential to reshape future script policy through the mediation of both orthographic practices and social relations. It tells the story of the impact of one of the most significant technological breakthroughs in Japan in the latter part of this century: the invention and rapid adoption of word-processing technology capable of handling Japanese script in a society where the nature of that script had previously mandated handwriting as the norm. The ramifications of this technology in both the business and personal spheres have been wide-ranging, extending from changes to business practices, work profiles, orthography and social attitudes to writing through to Japan's ability to construct a substantial presence on the Internet in recent years.