Kanji 100 by Clay Boutwell
Learn the Most Useful Kanji in Japanese

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For Beginners of the Japanese language. Includes FREE MP3s (Download link found on the last page)

Learning kanji--those thousands of characters originally from Chinese--can be a rewarding experience. Japanese as a foreign language not dependent on the alphabet is often seen as exotic and "cool" to the English speaker. It certainly is, and kanji is at the heart of this appeal.

This book will guide you through the first and most important hundred kanji. In a very real sense more difficult kanji build from this foundation. Learning these first hundred kanji well will greatly help your Japanese in the future. Yes, this is true even if your main goal is conversational Japanese.

Learn the most common readings, useful example jukugo (kanji combinations), and understand usage with an example sentence for each kanji. Best of all, download the 100 sound files from our server and listen while you learn. We are also including a PDF version in the download so you can optionally study from your computer as well.

100 essential kanji FREE MP3s of all the readings and examples found in the book Mnemonic and helpful comments throughout Every kanji has its correct stroke order shownEach kanji has multiple examples and an example sentence showing usage
 

About Clay Boutwell

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Clay Boutwell has been creating Japanese language instructional materials for over a decade. His company produces software for mobile devices, downloadable readers and study guides for PCs and Macs, and ebooks. In addition, he manages two popular websites for learning Japanese. Clay lives in Florida and is married to Yumi Boutwell. They have two lovely children. Clay Boutwell has been creating Japanese language instructional materials for over a decade. His company produces software for mobile devices, downloadable readers and study guides for PCs and Macs, and ebooks. In addition, he manages two popular websites for learning Japanese. Clay lives in Florida and is married to Yumi Boutwell. They have two lovely children.
 
Published April 6, 2011 by Kotoba, Inc. 110 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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