Learning Kanji is fun! And more so when it's quick and easy. Type-in or skip-over: 2000 Kanji can help you learn more and remember better. It comes with some 2000 Kanji and more than 13000 Japanese words preinstalled and ready to run.
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Description: Learning Kanji is fun! And more so when it's quick and easy. Type-in or skip-over: 2000 Kanji can help you learn more and remember better. It comes with some 2000 Kanji and more than 13000 Japanese words preinstalled and ready to run. No hunting for lists, no configuration, just press start and get ready for a unique learning experience.
2000 Kanji helps you focus on the characters and on learning Japanese; the learning software takes care of lists, of counting repetitions, of introducing new words, of all the tedious details that your time is too valuable for.
You will make optimal progres and you will not just learn some Japanese and then forget it while you learn the next chunk of words. 2000 Kanji makes you retain your knowledge, makes you truly master it. Problem words keep coming back until they are problems no longer, new words get introduced a little by a little and repeated several times and rechecked every now and then to get them firmly stored in long-term memory.
Japanese Learning Software 4.5.0 Learn Japanese Kanji. Type your answers, skip words that you know, let the program intelligently select new words for you to learn. Create your own word-lists or choose from
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