You might also try
It is a subscription site but i have used it off and on lots of
audio files to HEAR the way things are to pronounced ect.
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, Rae Lahman <tsukiko_gozen@y...>
> this might help.....
> it would be modern, of course, but if that's what you're trying to
read anyway, that's all to the good, i guess. if nothing else, it's
> > Which brings me to a question I have. In my pursuit of all
> > Temari-related (information especially) I've run into the
> > While Babelfish is O.K. for websites, it surely does not help me
> > areas. Can anyone reccomend a good program (audio, pc) for
> > Japanese, and more importantly learning kanji? I have a couple
of books in
> > which I can decipher the diagrams, but cannot read the text at
> > suggestions would be most appreciated.
> Unfortunately, I know of nothing that will help someone learn
> There is one site that has been useful in the past, though:
> You plug in the URL of a Japanese page into the Japanese->English
page of Rikai,
> and the page opens up again. As you pass your cursor over the
words, a little
> dictionary popup tells you what the word is and means. If you
don't know the
> basic grammar and vocab, though (it ignores most sections of
> toast. But if you have limited kanji ability, Rikai's a godsend.
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