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These Kanji Concentration Games are ideal for beginners to become acquainted with the look, reading & meaning of the used Chinese characters (Kanji) and improve their memory.Each Kanji Match Game is a set of 18 / 32 Kanji (= 36 / 64 cards) and introduces Kanji of different topics (usually only Jôyô Kanji 常用漢字):Animals • Body • Clothes • Colors • Family • Food • Money • Mountains • Music • Nature • Navigation • Numbers • Religion • WaterIt is extremely interesting to check the meanings of the Jôyô Kanji to get a deeper understanding of the Japanese cultural background: So many Kanji about the nature (e.g. 'water' or 'mountains'), money, war or politics, culture or food.Once, being able to remember the Kanji you are ready to try our Kanji Sudoku (by topics or shape).
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Kanji Practice

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Kanji Match Games

by Claus Liepke

Animals Body Clothes Colors Family Food Money Mountains Music Nature Navigation Numbers Religion Water

Kanji Practice

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Kanji Match Games(www.Kanji-Sudoku.com)

by Claus Liepke

Topics:Animals Body Clothes Colors Family Food Money Mountains Music Nature Navigation Numbers Religion Water

Play these Kanji Match Games online at: Kanji-Sudoku

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Kanji PracticeKanji Match GamesAnimals Body Clothes Colors Family Food Money Mountains Music Nature Navigation Numbers Religion WaterPlay these Kanji Match Games online at: Kanji-Sudoku These online Kanji Concentration Games are ideal for beginners to become acquainted with the look, reading & meaning of the used Chinese characters (Kanji) and improve their memory. Each Kanji Match Game is a set of 18 / 32 Kanji (= 36 / 64 cards) and introduces Kanji of different topics (usually only Jy Kanji p ). It is extremely interesting to check the meanings of the Jy Kanji to get a deeper understanding of the Japanese cultural background: So many Kanji about the nature (e.g. 'water' or 'mountains'), money, war or politics, culture, food. Once, being able to remember the Kanji you are ready to try our Kanji Sudoku (by topics or shape).

Get ready for the Asian Century!Please refer to www.Kanji-Sudoku.com for free Japanese & Chinese related language learning materials like writing sheets, crossword puzzles or Sudoku with Chinese characters.

www.Kanji-Sudoku.com

Kanji (at) Kanji-Sudoku.com

2006-2008 by Claus Liepke

Kanji Sudoku - learning Japanese while solving Sudoku Puzzles

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Clothes Colors Family

Food

Money

Mountains

Music

Nature

Navigation Numbers

Religion Water

Kanji Practice333 Kanji-in-a-DayMany 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.

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Kanji Match Game: Animals

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a ant

F - bear

I bee, wasp

bird

`E butterfly

carp

L cat

{ chicken

cow, ox

crane

dog

dragon

duck

elephant

fish

fly

^ frog

r goat

n horse

insect

shrimp

monkey

octopus

pig

e rabbit

l rat, mouse

sea bream

L shellfish

snake

tiger

tuna, tunny

T turtle

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Kanji Match Game: Body

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r arm

w back

belly

blood

body

bone

] mE brain

breast

breast, chest

ear

eye

eye

face

w finger

foot

hair (head)

hand

head

hips, waist

intestines

r leg

O - lip

- mouth

- neck, head

@ nose

shoulder

skin

t skin

C stomach

tongue

tooth

^C womb, uterus

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Kanji Match Game: Clothes

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Xcap, hat

z cloth

clothes

cut out (cloth)

{E

garment

knit

v leather

obi (belt)

put on, wear

D sew

C - shoe, boot

silk

silk gauze

a spin

P umbrella

D weave

wear (shoes)

C woof

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Kanji Match Game: Colors

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black

F color

uv to color

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blue; green

R dark/navy blue

uv dye, color

L gold

green

` light brown

uv light (color)

purple, violet

red

V red

O ^ red

g red, crimson

M silver

white

yellow

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Kanji Match Game: Family

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Ybirth; infant

a ^ birth

q child

W child

child

clan

daughter

WE daughter

Z elder brother

o elder sister

nN eldest brother

father

family

_C generation

grandchild

v husband

j man

Y E man, husband

OE man & wife

R marriage

G marriage

mother

e parent

(family) register

\N son

son-in-law

surname

wife

woman

w t woman; wife

younger brother

younger sister

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Kanji Match Game: Food

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bean, pea

J cake; fruit

uv cold sake

cooked rice

egg

(animal) fat

g flesh, meat

flour

J fruit

fruit, nut

RN grain, cereals

` juice; soup

jN meat; flesh

mother's milk

peach

~ plum

potato

rice

rice wine

rye, oats

salt

JC shellfish

h spicy, hot

gE sugar

uv sweet

taste, flavor

` tea

TC vegetables

| vinegar

seaweeds

N whey

y RE yeast

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Kanji Match Game: Money

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uvbuy

w RE buy, purchase

V capital, funds

| uv cost (money)

TC dept, loan

q expenses, cost

E fee, charge

uv grant

interest (on a loan)

\ loss, damage

L money; gold

K Z money

wC money

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