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Kanji flashcards--non-computer

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Kanji flashcards--non-computer

Postby marysuesylw » August 30th, 2007 10:03 pm

おはよ!I was wondering if anyone had any recommendation for hard copy (paper/cardstock/cardboard) kanji flashcards. I have seen the ones from white rabbit press, and they look good. I am interested in something that will show stroke order.


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Postby Sandra Pelusa » September 9th, 2007 12:17 am

Do you want stroke orders? Check this out ... e.html#top
It is just one example. You won´t find all the kanjis here but there are quite a lot of pages like that.

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Postby markdweaver » September 29th, 2007 2:26 am

I would get the Kanji Card sets by Alexander Kask. There are four.

Just go to amazon and search for "Kanji Cards," and you should find the set of four.

Look at the first book, it's blue, and look inside to see what the cards are like. They give you the kanji, and then four compound words per card. You flip the card and you get the readings, both on and kun, and you get the pronunication and meanings of the compound words.

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Postby Zarmao » October 5th, 2007 7:32 am

On White Rabbits website you can download samples of their cards. They include stroke order and are really very well made. I recommend them highly.

I believe the alexander kask flashcards use romaji and are much cheaper and include less information than the White Rabbit cards.

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Postby nandemoii » October 6th, 2007 9:00 pm

download and install, you can print any flashcards, any combinatin, 6355 kanji

a dictionary, a learning tool etc
Japanese-English and FREE.

And here (no stroke order, ready to print):
Remembering The Kanji Flash Cards

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