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The Learner's Kanji Dictionary by Mark Spahn, Wolfgang Hadamitzky, Wolfgang Hadamitzky, Rainer Weihs

The Learner's Kanji Dictionary

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The Learner's Kanji Dictionary Mark Spahn, Wolfgang Hadamitzky, Wolfgang Hadamitzky, Rainer Weihs ebook
Page: 928
Format: pdf
ISBN: 9780804835565
Publisher: Periplus Editions (HK) Ltd.

Each kanji is also given on- and kun- pronunciations, a section header in a traditional kanji dictionary, a clear stroke order illustration, and sample words that are useful for learners. Imagine we have an English kanji for the idea of “water.” It looks like this: 水. Anyway, thank you very much for your reply. Now, I want to make some new words related to water. The three lists below detail a selection of our top recommendations for each kind of dictionary, with a rough indication of the level of learner for whom they are suitable. To view a more extensive list, with more detailed ratings for each dictionary, as well as recommendations for kanji dictionaries, please use the links in Further Information. The system is unwieldy, but manageable to the native learner. Both my Kodansha Kanji Learner's Dictionary and WWWJDIC list a primary meaning of "promise" for 約, that was why I thought it might be acceptable to drop 束 from the compound. Learning kanji in isolation is hard so I think this is a super important and useful feature for Japanese learners. My objective was essentially to transfer all the information contained in the Learner's Kanji Dictionary into my brain.

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