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Author: Richard Keirstead
ISBN13: 978-0804835480
Title: Japanese Kanji a Day Practice Pad Volume 1 (Tuttle Practice Pads)
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Publisher: Tuttle Publishing; Book and Kit edition (July 15, 2004)

Japanese Kanji a Day Practice Pad Volume 1 (Tuttle Practice Pads) by Richard Keirstead



A Japanese Phrase A Day Practice Pad (Tuttle Practice Pads). I can't lie to you and say that this "Japanese Kanji a Day Practice Pad" is all that you will ever need to keep those kanji tucked safely away in your brain, but it is a pretty nifty way to get some stress-free daily kanji practice in. Basically, you just keep the pad next to you on your desk, and when you got a few spare minutes you do the kanji exercise for the day, then tear off the sheet. The kanji start at the super-basic level (ichi), then slowly get more complex.

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Start by marking Japanese Kanji-A-Day Practice Pad Volume 1: Vol 1 (Tuttle Practice Pads) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. After a few weeks of gradual progress your ability to read Kanji, write Kanji and pronounce Japanese will grow tremendously. This calendar like desk companion starts with the most basic Kanji and builds upon itself, one day at a time.

Описание: Kanji Fast Finder includes all 1,945 general use kanji prescribed by the Japanese Ministry of Education.

All hiragana and katakana are included, along with their sound changes and combinations. Japanese Kanji a Day Practice Pad Volume 1 (Tuttle Practice Pads) (Vol 1) EAN 978080483. 67 руб. Japanese Kana Cards Kit (Tuttle Flash Cards) EAN 978080483.

Learn a year's worth of essential kanji in just minutes a day with this user-friendly practice pad. The pad teaches users 365 kanji with stroke-by-stroke instructions. In addition, two sample compounds illustrate practical usage of the kanji and help build vocabulary.

Tuttle Practice Pads. By (author) William Matsuzaki. Ideal for beginning learners, this informative writing pad-style workbook was designed for students preparing for the JLPT N5 and AP Japanese Exams. After studying the character its compound forms, users can tear off the sheet and practice writing these in the writing boxes provided.

Kanji learning - beginner and intermediate. Kanji-A-Day Practice Pad. Author. Richard S. Keirstead. Kanji learning - beginner and intermediate.

Book Description Building on the success of Volume 1, A Chinese Character A Day Practice Pad Volume 2 further extends and consolidates the difficult task of memorizing hundreds of unfamiliar Chinese characters. Students can master one character a day by spending only a few minutes of practice time writing it. Designed in the form of a numbered tear-sheet and packaged as a convenient memo block, there are 365 sheets for a year’s worth of practice. About the Author Philip Yungkin Lee is a native speaker of Chinese and has taught Chinese in Adult Education and at university level.

Learn a year's worth of essential kanji in just minutes a day with this user-friendly practice pad.The pad teaches users 365 kanji with stroke-by-stroke instructions. Each sheet introduces a new kanji in bold, easy-to-read type, and includes readings, meanings, and stroke order. In addition, two sample compounds illustrate practical usage of the kanji and help build vocabulary.
Reviews: 7
Punind
love it! it's a nice, fun, and easy way to learn kanji. plus, it helps me keep on a daily learning schedule in general.
Galanjov
I once heard studying kanji as being like a thin wall with all the kanji you know lined up along the edge. When you study a new kanji, it takes its place at the back of the line and bumps one over the edge, lost forever.

It may not be that bleak, but it is true that without constant repetition and reinforcement you will find all of those hard-won kanji fading from your memory, and symbols that once were filled with meaning now look like just so many chicken scratches.

I can't lie to you and say that this "Japanese Kanji a Day Practice Pad" is all that you will ever need to keep those kanji tucked safely away in your brain, but it is a pretty nifty way to get some stress-free daily kanji practice in. Basically, you just keep the pad next to you on your desk, and when you got a few spare minutes you do the kanji exercise for the day, then tear off the sheet.

The kanji start at the super-basic level (ichi), then slowly get more complex. The focus is on basic vocabulary words that you learn in a Beginning Japanese course so you do get into a few kanji that are somewhat complicated to write but have a basic meaning (like "ochiru" or "fall"). Obviously, since this is a "kanji-a-day" calendar there are 365 kanji in total.

Each page lists the kanji with all possible readings, then about two words using that kanji in a combination. Going around the edges are boxes for writing practice. There are three boxes to trace the kanji, then you are on your own for the remaining twenty-five boxes. Roughly once a month there is then a blank page for you to practice all the kanji you have learned so far.

Clearly, no one is going to master any kanji through this method. This is purely for reinforcement and repetition. For that though, it is a really handy tool that I like having on my desk.
digytal soul
I don't have much to add to the other reviews. I also think that this i best used as a supplement, rather than as the primary tool for learning kanji. I know the tradition method is to sit down and work methodically through the list, but I discovered when I studied Chinese that I only retained characers I was also using in reading and writing. So I learn them as I need them, and see the practice pad a nice way to drill strok order and just get the hand into the right rhythm for writing.

The point I want to add is that the printing of the copy I got isn't the greatest. The problem is the three squares with the outline of the characer in gray for tracing. In most cases, the gray is so faint that it may as well not be there. Given that the font used for the tracig doesn't manage the writing of the stroke order chart or the main printd character, there is little to go on. I found this as well with some of the kana set, though it was true for only a part of the pad, the print getting darker the further into the pad one got. It sounds minor, but I believe these racings are supposed to be a major selling point.
Ranterl
I would not recommend this be the way one learns Japanese (I don't agree that you could understand 70% of a Japanese novel, you need to know around 2000 to be considered literate). What I can say is that this is a great way to spend a few minutes a day practicing a Kanji's stroke order and basic meaning. What you might not retain (thank goodness for the little booklet) are the readings of the Kanji, especially since you only get a couple of example words, not really any reading practice.
The best use of this will come with suplimenting with an actual Learn Kanji text; I found that this pad serves best as a reinforcement to learning Kanji from other texts. Awesome way to spend the time waiting for the old computer to boot up!
LØV€ YØỮ
I studied Japanese 3 years in college and also went abroad but I currently have a job that does not require me to use my Japanese. I bought this to prevent my Japanese knowledge from leaking out my ears and it helps keep kanji fresh in my mind. It is also a good way to take a short break at your desk and concentrate on something different.
Mopimicr
The Pad is a nice little reminder to work each day on leaning Kanji, which works as well as the effort you put in each day. I found it fun and occasionally a conversation piece having it on my desk at work !! A novel, and useful, gift for someone beginning to learn Japanese.
Reighbyra
I bought this pad on the recommendation of the previous reviews for it (see above) and I can honestly say I wasn't disappointed. For each day, it displays stroke order, Japanese and Chinese readings and then examples of words in which the new character can be used. The succession of new characters is also very well-chosen; the author seems to have made sure that you don't have to learn 20-stroke beasts too early on! It'd be great if he devised a Volume II, as this pad seems to be the most painless way to learn kanji if you don't think you're quite ready for the radicals and components etc.
This work and its companion, Kana Practice Pad, are two of the most innovative and useful products for the beginning-level student of Japanese. I highly recommend this book