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PostSubject: Recommended Websites   Sun Jul 20, 2014 1:47 pm

I will probably be putting together a list again soon of some recommended websites for various categories and types of Japanese language and culture study.  Here is one site that will definitely go in the Kanji category.  It is the best online Kanji flashcard site I have found.  Its features include being able to quiz by selecting from a list of Kanji or from a list of definitions.  There are only 60 Kanji per set so it doesn't go on endlessly like some.  Also, if you miss one on the way or just want to review the readings, you can click over to the 'Review' tab and get all the details on the Kanji without having to end your quiz.  When you are ready to go on, just click back over to the quiz and continue.

Highly recommended as a quick and easy way to review on a regular basis.

By the way, as of 2010 there are 2,136 Jouyou ("commonly used") Kanji.  But if you master the 1,945 on this site, you are close enough -- in my opinion -- to start calling yourself fluent in Kanji.

Link:  http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~ik2r-myr/kanji/kanji1a.htm
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PostSubject: Re: Recommended Websites   Sat Jan 10, 2015 8:19 pm

Just thought I'd put in my favorite websites.

1. Maggie Sensei: This site is very very good for grammar. It focuses on a variety of different grammar concepts and shows plenty of example sentences for each. Some sentences can be very complex. Break them down for some good Japanese complexity practice. It does not list the grammar by level I don't believe though, and does not have a huge grammar selection. VERY GOOD WEBSITE.

Link:  http://maggiesensei.com/

2. Jgram: As it's name suggests, this is also a site focusing primarily on grammar. It also shows example sentences for each. I use both this website and the one above interchangeably. However, there are some differences. I believe Jgram has tons of grammar concepts, and are very well organized. They do go by the JLPT levels which I like. You simply pick a JLPT level, it then gives you a list of the concepts offered in that level, click on a single concept, and it gives the meaning/explaination how it's used, and example sentences that focus primarily on that concept follow down below. VERY GOOD WEBSITE.

Link:  http://jgram.org/
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