KOOKOO SEIKATSU KANJI WORKBOOK PDF
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To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Email required Address never made public. Now here are some of the pages: You are commenting using your Facebook account. In order to give a better looks at the page, I had to take a picture from this somewhat awkward angle. Big box for kanji. It occurs to me now that I should mention another great thing about this book.
You are commenting using your WordPress. Worbkook am studying Japanese now and I am looking for new material because the books I use are not that good. A good thing about this book is that it provides both on- and kun- readings.
Notify me of new comments via email. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here As the title also suggests, it is aimed at high school students. Set up of the practice sentences at the back of the book.
Kookoo Seikatsu Kanji Workbook – Japanese and Korean Study
Also, please pardon the horrible handwriting. Possibly the best one of the most helpful features of this book, however, is the back where the answers are found.
Skip to content Home About Resources Translations. There are also seiatsu wordsearches seikqtsu are wor,book to do. It really helps in getting your head around the on- and kunyomi, as well as helping with some of the exceptions and reducing the amount of times you have to get a dictionary out.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your Twitter account. How much did you pay for that book? Readings or at least the common ones to the right with boxes for practice on the very right. The ones for each page are quite similar, but uses the kanji rather than hiragana, and asks for a translation.
I might share the results if I ever get around to it. I think you could probably get by with a good website and a pen and paper, or even a dictionary site like jisho.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. What about you guys? Finally, I watched Battle Royale last night. And there you have my horrible photograph of the title page. What did you think? Good luck with your studies!