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The First 100 Japanese Kanji: The Quick and Easy Way to Learn the Basic Japanese Kanji [Kindle Edition]

Eriko Sato
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This is an invaluable study guide for learning basic Japanese characters.

The first 100 Japanese Kanji is intended for beginning students, or experienced speakers who need to practice their written Japanese. Kanji are an essential part of the Japanese language and together with kana (hiragana and katakana) comprise the written component of Japanese.

This book presents the kanji characters that are most commonly used. They have been carefully selected for rapid and effective learning. Each kanji's readings, meanings, and common compounds are presented, and romanized pronunciations for English speakers (romanji) are included as well. Printed with gray guidelines, stroke order guides are designed to be traced over to teach students the standard sequence of strokes used to write each character. Three indexes at the back allow the characters to be looked up as with a dictionary or by their readings. Students who wish to practice writing kanji will find extra practice sheets available.

This book includes:
  • Step-by-step stroke order diagrams for each character
  • Special boxes with grid lines to practice writing characters
  • Words and phrases using each kanji
  • Romanizations (romanji) to help identify and pronounce every word

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The major struggle facing all beginning Japanese language students is learning to recognize, read and write hundreds of Japanese characters. "The First 100 Japanese Kanji" adopts a structural approach that helps students to overcome this initial difficulty and quickly master the basic Japanese characters that are fundamental to the language. This book uses over 500 words and phrases containing the basic characters, along with concise English definitions.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen A good supplement 25. Januar 2012
Format:Taschenbuch
I bought this book as a supplement to my Japanese studies. The book gives you the Kanji, its meaning, its reading in Kana and romanji and it has a step by step guide of how to write each Kanji.
It also gives you example words containing the Kanji you have learned. They have tried to give example words containing Kanji you have previously learned in the book.
Overall a very nice supplement to studying Japanese Kanji.
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8 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Encourages Writing to Gain Mastery 13. Juli 2010
Von Christopher Mayo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
It's difficult to imagine an easier way to get started writing than with The First 100 Japanese Kanji: The quick and easy way to learn the basic Japanese Kanji.

CONTENT
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- 100 characters
- major readings for each one
- glosses for the meanings
- radicals, so you can look it up in a dictionary
- several compounds with other words
- shows how to write characters with the proper stroke order
- has plenty of space for you to practice writing each character.

PROS
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+ A good book for self-study, because in my experience, writing the characters is important for gaining language proficiency.
+ As the author suggests in the introduction, you might want to make flashcards out of the information contained in this book.
+ Comes with a brief, but well-written introduction to kanji.

CONS
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- Why are the characters printed instead of handwritten? If possible, you'll want to have a native speaker of Chinese or Japanese take a ball-point pen and write the character in the first box of the practice section for you. Otherwise, you are trying to write like people type.

- The book starts out right with an easy character, but mixes them up with relatively difficult ones. I cannot figure out why. All of the characters are useful. I just don't know why some like the character for "tea" are included here, but you don't get the character for "small" until the second book. I would recommend buying them both together.

SUMMARY
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This is a good book for those just starting out with Japanese, because you really can begin writing and practicing immediately.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good first introduction to Japanese Kanji 15. Februar 2011
Von D. Miser - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
As a Japanese language learner living in Japan, this book is an excellent first introduction to Japanese kanji, and writing them is the best (only?) way to learn them.

However, the user ought to be aware that this book has its limitations. For each kanji, a number of compound words are provided, which is great in concept. Unfortunately, for many kanji the selection of compound words was often times pretty weak:

1. Commonly encountered compounds were often absent, to my surprise.
2. A number of the compound words given were rather obscure/useless to know. Much more useful examples could have been selected. My Japanese friends frequently told me to disregard some of the examples given.
3. There are no usage notes given, so beware of attempting to pick up new vocabulary without referencing a dictionary first.

That said, the selection of the kanji characters themselves is good, and the discussion in the introduction is extremely useful, so this serves as a good base going forward.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not the best way to learn kanji 19. November 2011
Von Learner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This book is OK. It's the traditional Japanese way of learning kanji, the brute-force method. Write each kanji a kajillion times.

Do your sanity a favor - check out Read Japanese Today: The Easy Way to Learn 400 Practical Kanji (Tuttle Languge Library). This book makes learning kanji easy. It takes a logical and natural approach - learn the origins of the symbols and how they morphed into the modern symbol, and you will remember what they mean. Read a short paragraph about a kanji and remember it forever. It really works. You will still need to learn the stroke order, but this Read Japanese Today book really is a great way to start.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen good workbook 12. Oktober 2009
Von Katherine - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
this is a good workbook.. its got examples of compounds and lots of practice space.. nice systematic approach.. great for rote memorization of stroke order
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