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writing & learning hundreds of Chinese characters within hours Generations of students have experienced many months of frustrating learning efforts caused bypoor language learning methodology. A new mind blowing learning technology introduced in thiscourse book will revolutionize the access to the Japanese and Chinese languages.

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  1. Kanji Practice Š¿Žš—û•K 333 Kanji-in-a-Day Free Excerpt with 90 Kanji by Claus Liepke A New Approach to Writing & Learning Hundreds of Chinese Characters within Hours
  2. Kanji Practice Š¿Žš—û•K 333 Kanji-in-a-Day (Free Excerpt with 90 Kanji) by Claus Liepke (www.Kanji-Sudoku.com) A New Approach to Writing & Learning Hundreds of Chinese Characters within Hours 1
  3. Kanji Practice 333 Kanji-in-a-Day (Free Excerpt with 90 Kanji) A new approach to writing & learning hundreds of Chinese characters within hours Generations of students have experienced many months of frustrating learning efforts caused by poor language learning methodology. A new mind blowing learning technology introduced in this course book will revolutionize the access to the Japanese and Chinese languages. Writing and memorizing of Chinese characters can now easily be done. Chinese characters (Hanzi) - also used in the Japanese language (Kanji) - are arranged by their 'looks' (shape) instead of their meanings. Small groups of six similar characters each will help you to save precious time exercising writing and reading. Learning speed will be improved by creating a solid base of at least 333 Kanji just within hours. And this will boost your motivation to learn the Japanese language. Get ready for the Asian Century. Please refer to www.Kanji-Sudoku.com for free Japanese & Chinese related language learning materials like crossword puzzles or Sudoku with Chinese characters. www.Kanji-Sudoku.com Kanji (at) Kanji-Sudoku.com © 2006 by Claus Liepke Kanji Sudoku - learning Japanese while solving Sudoku Puzzles You might consider downloading Adobe's free Asian font packs for Adobe Acrobat Reader to install the necessary fonts on non- native computer systems for viewing and printing pdf documents with CJK (Chinese-Japanese-Korean) fonts. 2
  4. Kanji Practice Š¿Žš—û•K Content Kanji Page 1-6 ˆê “ñ ŽO ŒÜ •\ •ç 5 7 - 12 Œû “ú –Ú –` •¥ •» 6 13 - 18 •l ‘å ‘¾ Œ¢ •š •v 7 19 - 24 “V –î ˆã Ž¾ ’m ’s 8 25 - 30 ‰ñ ŒÃ ŒÅ ‹ê •i Ší 9 31 - 36 –Ø –p —Ñ •X •° –ƒ 10 37 - 42 Žú ˆö •¢ ’c ˆÍ •} 11 43 - 48 –– –¢ –¡ —ˆ Žé Š” 12 49 - 54 “y “f ˆ³ •Ý ‰À •À 13 55 - 60 •ã ‰º “» •s ”t ”Û 14 61 - 66 Ž~ •à Šé •³ •ª •Ç 15 67 - 72 ”’ ”Œ ”‘ ”• •S •h 16 73 - 78 ‰¤ ’æ •c ‹Ê •ó •‘ 17 79 - 84 ‘S ‹à Žå •Z ‰• ’• 18 85 - 90 —R –û ’Š “J ’ˆ ‰æ 19 Kanji list of Japanese Language Proficiency Test 20 Level 4 [JLPT 4] arranged by meaning (with readings) 3
  5. Kanji Practice 333 Kanji-in-a-Day (Free Excerpt with 90 Kanji) Many years of educational research unveiled a stunning fact: Chinese characters are traditionally introduced by their contextual meanings instead of their shape. And this considerably slowed down the language acquisition process. This course book offers a new approach to writing and learning Chinese characters (Kanji in the Japanese language, Hanzi in the Chinese language). By arranging the Kanji in small groups of similar shape on tracing sheets your learning performance will be increased. Our brain really loves motoric reinforcement while learning through writing practice. Little numbers attached to some strokes are explaining the correct stroke order and writing direction. In contrast to all other educational resources the numbers will only be displayed where necessary as your feeling of the correct writing and stroke order will grow from page to page. Readings (or pronunciation) are given both: in Japanese kana and transliteration (Hepburn system). CAPITALS and katakana are used for on-readings (Chinese origin), hiragana for kun-readings (Japanese origin). If you are totally new to the Japanese language, please make use of additional resources and concentrate on writing and meanings while using this course book. Use only one line of the tracing sheet per kanji and training cycle - repeating of the readings and meanings of the Kanji will help you to kill practice time :-) If in doubt how to write a Kanji please use your experience: When there is no number displayed, the stroke order and writing is as you have previously learned (assuming that you started this course book from the very beginning). Two printed fonts of each Kanji are displayed to help understand the small differences in their appearance especially when handwriting is concerned. For more detailed information about each Kanji please refer to Kanji & Kana using the reference number at the right hand side. Kanji & Kana is a comprehensive guide to the reading and writing of the Japanese language, providing all information needed to master basic characters (kanji) and the syllabaries (kana). No big deal, no long explanations - just print out this eBook and get your (soft) pencils ready. Please feel free to contact the author for feedback or to write a review - at least spread the word to help other students of the Japanese and Chinese language to save practice time. Thank you for downloading this eBook. 4
  6. Kanji Practice 1-6 Š¿Žš—û•K 1 ICHI, hito(tsu) 2 one 1 NI, futa(tsu) 3 two 3 SAN, mit(tsu) 4 three 1 3 4 GO, itsu(tsu) 7 five 2 JÛ, tô 12 ten 1 2 SEN, chi 15 thousand 5
  7. 7 - 12 Kanji Practice 2 1 3 KÔ, kuchi 54 mouth 2 1 3 4 NICHI, hi, -ka 5 day; sun; Japan MOKU, me 55 eye BÔ, oka(su) 1104 risk, dare, brave 4 1 8 SHÔ, tona(eru) 1646 chant SHÔ 1645 crystal; clear 6
  8. Kanji Practice 13 - 18 Š¿Žš—û•K 1 2 JIN, NIN, hito 1 human being; person 2 1 3 DAI, ô(kii) 26 big; large 1 4 TAI, futo(i) 629 thick; fat 2 4 1 3 KEN, inu 280 dog 1 2 FUKU, fu(su) 1356 bend down; turn over 3 1 2 FU, otto 315 husband 7
  9. 19 - 24 Kanji Practice 1 2 TEN, ame 141 heaven, sky 1 SHI, ya 213 arrow 1 7 I 220 medicine, cure 1 4 3 5 SHITSU 1812 illness; fast CHI, shi(ru) 214 understand, know CHI 1813 foolish 8
  10. Kanji Practice 25 - 30 Š¿Žš—û•K 2 1 6 KAI, mawa(ru) 90 times, revolve 2 1 KO, furu(i) 172 old, ancient KÔ, kata(i) 972 hard 2 3 1 4 KU, niga(i) 545 bitter HIN, shina 230 article; quality 7 KI, utsuwa 527 container 9
  11. 31 - 36 Kanji Practice 1 MOKU, ki 22 tree; wood 5 6 BOKU 1466 simple RIN, hayashi 127 woods, forest SHIN, mori 128 forest 3 SHÔ, toko, yuka 826 floor; bed MA, asa 1529 flax, hemp 10
  12. Kanji Practice 37 - 42 Š¿Žš—û•K 1 SHÛ 1195 prisoner IN, yo(ru) 554 cause KON, koma(ru) 558 be worried, troubled 3 5 DAN 491 group 3 4 I, kako(mu) 1194 surround 5 6 ZU, haka(ru) 339 plan 11
  13. 43 - 48 Kanji Practice 1 MATSU, sue 305 end MI 306 not yet MI, aji 307 flavour, taste 1 2 4 RAI, ku(ru) 69 come 1 SHU 1503 scarlet kabu 741 share, stock 12
  14. Kanji Practice 49 - 54 Š¿Žš—û•K 1 DO, TU, tsuchi 24 earth, soil TO, ha(ku) 1253 vomit; breathe 2 ATSU 1342 pressure 2 1 3 ZAI, a(ru) 268 outskirts; be, exist 1 2 KA 1462 beautiful, good 3 6 ZA, suwa(ru) 786 seat, to sit 13
  15. 55 - 60 Kanji Practice 1 2 JÔ, kami, a(geru) 32 above; to raise 2 3 KA, shita, kuda(ru) 31 under, below; go down 1 2 3 tôge 1351 (mountain) pass 2 4 3 FU, BU 94 not (prefix) sakazuki 1155 wine cup HI, ina 1248 no (negation) 14
  16. Kanji Practice 61 - 66 Š¿Žš—û•K 1 3 2 SHI, to(maru) 477 stop 5 8 6 7 HO, aru(ku) 431 walk KI, kuwada(teru) 481 plan, undertake 1 SEI, tada(shii) 275 right, correct 1 SEI 1114 conquer 4 5 SHÔ 1318 illness 15
  17. 67 - 72 Kanji Practice 1 HAKU, shiro(i) 205 white HAKU 1176 eldest brother; earl 1 2 3 HAKU, to(maru) 1177 lodge, stay overnight 2 1 3 HAKU, u(tsu) 1178 beat (rhythm), clap HYAKU 14 hundred 1 2 SHUKU, yado 179 inn, lodging 16
  18. Kanji Practice 73 - 78 Š¿Žš—û•K 1 3 4 Ô 294 king TEI 1590 offer KÔ, Ô 297 emperor 5 GYOKU, tama 295 jewel; ball HÔ, takara 296 treasure KOKU, kuni 40 country 17
  19. 79 - 84 Kanji Practice 1 ZEN, matta(ku) 89 all, entirely 3 4 7 6 8 KIN, kane 23 gold; metal; money 1 2 4 5 SHU, nushi 155 lord, master; lover JÛ, su(mu) 156 reside, live Ô 918 go CHÛ, soso(gu) 357 note; pour 18
  20. Kanji Practice 85 - 90 Š¿Žš—û•K 3 1 5 YU, YÛ, yoshi 363 reason YU, abura 364 oil CHÛ, hi(ku) 987 pull 1 TEKI, fue 1471 flute, pipe, whistle CHÛ 991 space, heaven; midair 1 7 8 GA, KAKU 343 picture; stroke (kanji) 19
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