Downloadable ContentEverything you need to learn 200 everyday Japanese kanji characters is here in this boxed kit!
Flash cards are an essential tool in memorizing words when you are learning a new language. In Japanese Kanji Flash Cards Kit, Volume 2, you'll get all the tools needed to learn 200 everyday Japanese kanji, following the 200 kanji introduced in Volume 1 of this series.This Japanese language learning kit includes:
- 200 hole-punched flash cards featuring commonly used characters.
- An organizing ring to hold the cards you are actively studying.
- Online audio recordings of over 1,400 words and phrases from a native speaker.
- A 32-page study booklet with sorting indexes and practice tips.
Each expertly designed flash card in this boxed set offers core information about the meanings, pronunciations, vocabulary, and usage for each character along with memorable phrases and drawings to help you learn the kanji. A stroke-order diagram shows how to write the kanji correctly. Plus, the hole-punched cards and organizing ring allow you to sort the cards into smaller sets so you can learn or review them in batches and help to remember the kanji character effectively. The kanji introduced in this kit are needed for the AP Japanese Language and Culture exam and regularly appear in the Japanese Language Proficiency Test at levels N4 and N3.
Watch your ability to learn kanji, read kanji, write kanji, and remember kanji grow each day steadily with Japanese Kanji Flash Cards Kit, Volume 2!All audio content is accessible on tuttlepublishing.com/downloadable-content.About the Author:Alexander Kask
is the author of Kanji Cards: Volumes 1 and 2
, and the best-selling Japanese in the Martial Arts
. He lives in Canada.Emiko Konomi
received her PhD in Linguistics from Cornell University. She was a member of the faculty of the School of Business Administration and Department of World Languages and Literature at Portland State University. Dr. Konomi has taught all levels of Japanese including business Japanese, and has extensive experience training Japanese-language instructors at various teacher-training programs in the US. Her dedication to quality teaching earned her the 2011 and 2015 John Eliot Allen Outstanding Teaching Award. Her academic research focuses on Japanese linguistics and pedagogy.