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    Default 日本語勉強:インターネット (internet sites)

    Please use this thread to recommend sites for studying Japanese. Do not spam this thread: only post if you are recommending something.

    Here is an example of how it should be written:

    Title:
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    Content: (kanji, vocab lists, grammar, neat features etc)
    Level: (beginner, intermediate, etc)
    Why?: (your reasons for recommending this site)

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    Title: Meguro Language Center
    URL: http://www.mlcjapanese.co.jp/Download.htm
    Author: MLC school, Meguro, Tokyo
    Content: JLPT test prep (vocab and kanji, grammar, verb forms, JLPT practice tests, short convos- listening and script)
    Level: 4 (beginner) to 1 (advanced/fluent)
    Why?: wonderful resource for people of any level. plus, it is all free!

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    Title: Romaji Translator
    URL: http://www.romaji.org
    Author: Not sure ^^;.
    Content: A translator that translates kanji, hiragana, and katakana into romaji or hiragana
    Why?: It helps me learn a lot of kanji and drills me on my kana. I usually just insert a post on this forum, and read it. And guess what, I actually can then understand!

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    Title: JGram : The Japanese Grammar Database
    URL: http://www.jgram.org/
    Author: mostly community-run
    Content: grammar!
    Level: JLPT 4 to 1 (beginner to advanced)
    Why?: All the grammar you could ever need. Fantastic site and an ok search engine. Be careful of the difficult vocab that people use in their examples. I recommend signing up for the grammar-a-day; one grammar a day sent to your email.

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    Title: Windows XP Japanese Input
    URL: http://greggman.com/japan/xp-ime/xp-ime.htm
    Author: greggman.com
    Content: how to type in Japanese fonts on WinXP
    Level: any
    Why?: Get out of the romanji rut and type in kana. This site will show you how.


    Title: Translator @nifty (in Japanese)
    url: http://tool.nifty.com/globalgate/
    Content: translate text and websites between Japanese and English.
    Level: any
    Why?: Don't fiddle around with bad translations. This will do a fairly accurate translation. Plus, the website translator is a great feature.
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    Title: Tae Kim's Japanese guide to Japanese Grammar
    URL: http://www.guidetojapanese.org/
    Author: Tae Kim
    Content: Grammar with casual speech
    Level: intermediate
    Why?: This site was a great supplement to my course books because it had alot more dealing with casual speech and common contractions. It also has an attached wiki page (http://www.guidetojapanese.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page) which has extremely helpful mouseover help for almost all kana written.



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    URL: http://www.jisho.org/
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    Content: Dictionary
    Level: Any
    Why?: This dictionary is great for quick searches. For most words it has example sentences that you can view. You can also search for computer and technical terms (which comes in handy sometimes). There is also a feature to restrict searches to common words only. This is great to avoid using awkward kanji/words.
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    Title: Nihongoresources
    URL: http://Nihongoresources.com
    Author: Michiel "Pomax" Kamermans
    Content: A English/Japanese dictionary, Kanji Dictionary, Names Dictionary, Sounds/State Dictionary, Particle List. Grammar (He's writing a book on it). Some lessons, an intro to Kansaiben, Charoom/Forum, and more.
    Level: Any, though reading Kana is a must, because he doesn't believe in romaji.
    Why?: Because it's the single most helpful site I've ever found. It's dictionary is great, it's one of the few places with all the particles and a search able dictionary of sound effects, like dokidoki etc. The dictionaries automatically detect whether you're typing in english or japanese, and are very complete.

    The grammar section IS a bit advanced, and structured in a more advanced way, but if you can read it and learn from it, then it's an excellent resource.

    Title: JWPce
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    Content: JWP stands for Japanese Word Processor
    Level: Any
    Why?: This is the program I use to type japanese. I don't bother with the windows IME, since this program works fine. It has built in dictionaries (Very close to nihongoresources quality), and has a couple handy features that you probably won't find anywhere else, It allows you to do kanji lookups using any of these methods: Radical, Bushu, Bushu/Stroke, SKIP, Hadamitzky/Spahn, Four-Corner, Reading, and Index (dictionary indexes from all sorts of dictionaries). It can also give you a window with info on the selected character, which works for Kana and Kanji. It is by FAR the best program I've ever found for dealing with japanese. It has helped me translate many things, and learn many kanji.

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    Title: Kanji Cafe
    URL: http://www.kanjicafe.com/
    Content: JLPT kanji study and prep. Various "imports" from Japan (Okay, people who sell their stuff from Japan they don't want anymore.)
    Level: JLPT 4 - JLPT 1
    Why?: Allows for study of individual kanji as they appear on the JLPT. Also, it's fun to see some of the stuff you can buy (they were selling pachinko machines once XO) and a mailing list keeps everyone updated on what's happening with/on the site.

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    Title: 英辞郎 (Eijirou)
    URL: http://www.alc.co.jp/index.html
    Content: Jap-->Eng, Eng-->Jap comprehensive online free dictionary (many slang words also included)
    Level: all. (but some knowledge in kanji recommended because for the Jap-->Eng, you can't use romaji)

    Why?: before this, i've been using jwpce when i was working on my com. but the problem is that jwpce just gives you a list of words. but Eijirou gives you a whole list of words AND EXAMPLES of HOW TO USE THEM (that's the only way for you to learn about that word's different nuances from english)
    normally i use this website for when i'm reading a japanese website. if there's a word i don't know and can't read, i just copy and paste it onto Eijirou
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    Title: 日本語俗語辞典
    URL: http://zokugo-dict.com/
    Content: japanese slang dictionary (constantly updated)
    Level: advanced (this website is meant for japanese people)

    Why?: ever wondered what "KY" or "JK" or "どんだけー” means? went and looked it up in your dictionaries only to find nothing? well this is a free online dictionary specializing in japanese slang. it explains to you the meaning of those funny words in easy to understand japanese

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    Title: Jim Breen's Dictionary
    URL: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/%7Ejwb/wwwjdic.html
    Content: this is the best online dictionary translator that I have found. My Japanese teacher even recommended this to us for use with homework. One of the great things is that it finds a lot of hyougen that might not be in traditional paper-back dictionaries and other proper nouns that are found. It's awesome.
    Level: Beginner to Advanced - Everyone can find something that they will like here.

    title: Rikai
    URL: http://www.rikai.com/perl/Home.pl
    content: for people who are lazy with kanji when reading stuff online or in word documents. Here you can either enter in an URL for a site, or just copy and paste text directly into the box. After doing this, you will be able to scroll over any kanji and it will give you the readings. Sometimes, it does not pick up on conjugations of kanji, and just provides individual readings, but it is a really good way to quickly get through a document with lots of difficult kanji.
    Level: Intermediate. You should know some kanji and other stuff before getting here, because it doesn't translate hiragana or katakana.

    Title: Tizu
    URL: http://709709.com/game/tizu.htm
    Content: This is a great game that can be played on either normal or hard levels. It is in essence a tool for learning the different prefectures of japan and their kanji. The name of a prefecture will come up in Kanji, and you have to select the appropriate "ken" on the map by clicking that selected area. You earn points for the number of prefectures you are able to correctly identify within the time frame.
    Level: Intermediate to Advanced. This game can be frustrating, but it really did teach me the prefectures through repetition. Be careful: the little song they play will eventually bore a hole into your skull and ruin your brain.

    Title: Words from Japanese Newspapers
    URL: http://www.manythings.org/japanese/news/
    Content: This is a great way to learn vocab. The site is divided into different types of words, (nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.) that appear most frequently in japanese newspapers. As such, you are learning important words that are used everyday. There are series of quizzes that start with the most used words and work down to more obscure ones. You can start with flashcards that either show the japanese word or the english translation, can run through these flashcards to study. Then you can take either a 4 choice or 5 choice (multiple choice) quiz about the words you have just studied. Words will be shown in english or japanese and you have to choose the correct equivalent in the opposite language. This is also a great tool for use, since it was prescribed to us by my Japanese Language teacher.
    Level: Medium

    Note: I have lots more of these kind of sites if anyone is interested. Please let me know! Enjoy!
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    Title: Tim's Takamatsu
    URL: http://www.timwerx.net/
    Content: Extensive section on verbs, as well as smaller sections on adjectives, particles, kana etc. Also has sections on Japanese culture and other interesting goodies.
    Level: Beginner
    Why?: The section on verbs is fantastic, and arranged neatly and orderly. It's all explained well, and although the site is quite small and the other sections don't contain a lot of information, it's perfect to be used alongside other sites/whatever.

    Thank you for the sites everyone

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    Title: Real-Time Online Lessons
    URL: http://www.japonin.com/
    Content: There are so many resources on the Internet for studying Japanese! These are the best ones I've found so far, and I hope you find something helpful in this list. Everything listed here is free to use unless otherwise noted

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    Title: The Japanese page

    URL: http://www.thejapanesepage.com/

    Content: Lessons, study groups and Japanese forums, Japanese store (for j-books, cd's, games, etc...), Video and Audio, and some Japan culture info and JLPT-Guide.

    Level: Beginner ---> Intermediate.

    Why?: Its an amazing site. The lessons are breif, but if applied to and studied correctly, extrememly helpful. The forums are also an awesome place to learn. [Both help for the language and about experience studying Japanese and taking the JLPT.)

    People on the site are friendly and dedicated.

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    Title: JLPT Level Study Page
    URL: http://www.jlptstudy.com/4/index.html
    Level: JLPT 1-4
    Why: This site is seriously helpful for those of you (us) who are taking the JLPT. It consists of Grammar, Vocabulary, Expressions and Kanji lists for all 4 levels of the test, as well as Reading and Listening practice, Quizzes and Book reviews.

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    Title: schultz's terrible kanji help page
    URL: http://www.hellodamage.com/kanjidicks/main.htm#intro
    Level: Hmm... beginners ---> Advanced Kanji (Tips)
    Why: I was having a problem getting started with learning Kanji, and (luckily) found this site. Its basically this guy speaking in an extremely vulgar manner about his journey learning Kanji... but he sure does hit the mark! Everything that I was questioning and doubting.... well, he pointed it out! He talkls about the problems of Kanji, How to solve them, and examples of the way its taught in school, and his method. It also includes some learning references and his own Kanji-help dictionary.

    Title: Online Japanese Tests
    URL: http://test.u-biq.org/
    Level: Elementary--> Pre-iintermediate
    Why: This site consists of tests on Grammar, Vocabulary, Kanji and Kana and listening. I believe the tests are derived from "Minna no Nihon go" text book.
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    Not so much an internet *site*, per se, but it is really useful and has to do with the internet:

    It's called Rikaichan. It's an add-on for Firefox that converts Kanji into Hiragana and also acts as a dictionary. You can download it (if you use Firefox) from the add-ons section of mozilla.org.

    A couple interesting features of Rikaichan are:

    1) It provides the most accurate reading for the kanji word you want to use. For people like me who remember Kanji by meaning and not by pronunciation, it's really helpful. For example, if you type "atarashii" (新しい) followed by "kiku" (聞く) and delete the hiragana (新聞) and then highlight it, you'll get "shinbun", for "newspaper".

    2) Rikaichan will also convert Hiragana into Kanji. For example, if you type しんぶん and then highlight it, it'll give you 新聞.

    3) If you want to see what a friend is saying on MSN or something, you can copy the text into a text box on any website in Firefox (Google works great) and then Rikaichan it for a free dictionary, even if you don't know the readings or anything.

    A note, though: There is a known bug (known by me and reported to Mozilla) with using Rikaichan in GMail. If you use GMail, try to stay away from using Rikaichan while writing messages.
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    Title: JapaneseClass.jp
    URL: http://www.japaneseclass.jp
    Level: Beginner
    Why: this site have some tests on Grammar, Vocabulary, Kanji. check my signature

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    Title: Free Online Dictionaries
    URL: http://freedict.com/onldict/jap.html
    Content: comprehensive online free dictionary Jap-->Eng, Eng-->Jap
    Level: all
    Why: Ever since I have been interested in the Japanese language, I looked for a good translator and found this one. It's URL was something else, but changed to this for some reason.
    Last edited by ChibaMitsurugi1979; 08-29-2008 at 12:23 PM.

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    Title:Free Dictionary
    URL:http://www.freedict.com/onldict/jap.html
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    Content: Translates words.
    Why?: It helped me start off in learning Japanese.It translates simple words to Romaji.

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    Title: JWPce Japanese Text Editor
    URL: http://www.tanos.co.uk/jlpt/jwpce/
    Author: Glenn Rosenthal
    Content: Allows you to type in Japanese and also has a very good dictionary in the program.
    Why?: I found it really handy mainly for typing up my Japanese Assignments for school, and the dictionary is great fo quickly looking up something I've forgotten, or don't know, or the if I have forgotten the Kanji for a word it can tell me that too
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    Title: Tangorin
    URL: http://tangorin.com
    Author: G. Bober (developer)

    Content: Kanji, vocabulary, some grammar, sample sentences, multi-stroke and radical kanji lookup, etc.
    Level: Beginner/intermediate
    Why?: I've been using Tangorin (単語林 - "A vocabulary forest") for about half a year, on and off. It's gotten progressively cleaner over time, and it incorporates KanjiCafe stroke order diagrams. The kanji lookup tools are rather useful when you don't know pronunciations. As indicated on the site, it uses some reputatble dictionaries (JMdict, KANJIDIC) and sources (see http://tangorin.com/About). You don't even have to have an account to use it--and I can't really say much about those who do make an account (which mostly seems to be in place in order to give you access to a forum). I never needed one to find it useful. I like it, anyway. : D
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    Title: Renshuu 2.0
    URL: http://www.renshuu.org/
    Content: JLPT prep, 漢字検定 prep, review quizzes and a large grammar database with many example sentences
    Level: beginner - advanced
    Why?: I like this site because there are lots of quizzes, and you can submit your own sentences to be used as examples for the grammar items. There are a few native speakers that are around to help.

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    Hi – This is Schultz from Tokyo Damage Report. I hope this thread is the right place to post this. For two years, me and my Japanese friends have been making a free, DIY, online “how to learn kanji” textbook, and now it's finally up. Maybe it could help people who are trying to learn Japanese.

    What sets my stuff apart from most of the textbooks/flashcards/websites is that I pay attention to what beginner students actually care about: “Do I really need this one? How can I tell this one apart from that one? What’s that little doohickey on the left side? Which particle goes with this verb?” These are the questions I’m trying to answer.

    I’ve worked with 3 Japanese people to rate each of the 2,000 most popular kanji – and each of the ‘example kanji words’ – to make sure they’re all useful. A lot of dumb kanji got thrown out. I write advice on how to use the words correctly so you don’t sound like a noob. The textbook is structured so that the current kanji is always made out of radicals which you’ve already learned. I also have a system of mnemonics which helps you learn the pronunciation, the meaning, and all the radicals, in one English sentence. The mnemonic system is pretty much based on Yo Mama jokes.

    Since I'm still developing it, I'm curious what people on this forum think of it - please try it and tell me what you think.

    Thanks!

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    kanji textbook is here:
    http://www.hellodamage.com/kanjidicks/main.htm
    kanji dictionary is here:
    http://www.hellodamage.com/kanjidicks/main.htm

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    Title: Sensei-less Japanese
    URL: http://pervertedcoffee.webs.com
    Author: Myself
    Content: Vocab lists, grammar, kanji, useful tips
    Level: beginner-intermediate
    Why? I wrote this website to help promote Japanese as a choice for the Leaving Cert (Irish State) exam. As I taught myself and did very well in the exam I think I can help people with any difficulties they may have in studying for exam -especially as only a select few schools in Ireland have Japanese teachers. As the exam is the equivalent of the JLPT5 in Kanji and above in grammar I would hope that other Japanese learners would find it helpful too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pervertedcoffee View Post
    Hi guys! I'm new here

    Title: Sensei-less Japanese
    URL: http://pervertedcoffee.webs.com
    Author: Myself
    Content: Vocab lists, grammar, kanji, useful tips
    Level: beginner-intermediate
    Why? I wrote this website to help promote Japanese as a choice for the Leaving Cert (Irish State) exam. As I taught myself and did very well in the exam I think I can help people with any difficulties they may have in studying for exam -especially as only a select few schools in Ireland have Japanese teachers. As the exam is the equivalent of the JLPT5 in Kanji and above in grammar I would hope that other Japanese learners would find it helpful too!
    *ページ開いて*
    ページ「いらっしゃいません。」
    …
    俺「…じゃ、帰るw」
    *ページ閉じた*


    it is いらっしゃいませ it means "welcome (to our store)" and is only used for stores etc... but I think it is fine for this site as it offers a service kind of like a store...

    but that one little ん at the end means like "no one is here" so I laugh when I see that because I imagine a store with that sign, and thinking "ok... I'll go home then..." lol

    be careful with Japanese, if you aren't sure, feel free to ask and make mistakes.
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    I too find this mistake quite amusing, though you should correct it :P

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