This item is large, and may take some time to download. I was going to study this book and thought using Anki with it would be perfect, but lazy as I was, I looked for shared decks. I quickly figured out that many of the decks weren't complete, didn't suit my taste, or was from an older edition. So I decided to create this deck. The deck doesn't contain the primitive elements that are not themselves kanji. I just put it together how I liked it.
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This item is large, and may take some time to download. I was going to study this book and thought using Anki with it would be perfect, but lazy as I was, I looked for shared decks.
I quickly figured out that many of the decks weren't complete, didn't suit my taste, or was from an older edition. So I decided to create this deck. The deck doesn't contain the primitive elements that are not themselves kanji. I just put it together how I liked it. Sample from notes Cards are customizable! When this deck is imported into the desktop program, cards will appear as the deck author has made them.
If you'd like to customize what appears on the front and back of a card, you can do so by clicking the Edit button, and then clicking the Cards button. At this time, it is not possible to add shared decks directly to your AnkiWeb account - they need to be added from the desktop then synchronized to AnkiWeb. AnkiWeb Log in Sign up.
This is a deck including all kanji of the book Remembering the Kanji 1, 6th Edition, by James W. Cards are customizable! Bury all cards, then unbury them as you progress trough the lessons. Hard time remembering a Kanji? Insert your own story by editing the card. This is the perfect deck for RTK, with no errors so far. Thank you, author! This is exactly what I was looking for.
Plus the description is nice. You know exactly what your getting. No complaints great. There was one bug with the kanji for "-times" but you can easily fix that yourself. Yes, finally! I had the same problem with the decks as you. Time to start the grind. Comment from author.
Good luck! I like that it gives you the stroke order in the details, and a link to give you a few of the readings and a drawing diagram. A downside for me would be that there are no example words.
Also on Anki mobile the images in this deck seem to take time to load and you can crash the app if touch the screen before they finish loading. I chose not to include example words, as I wanted to learn how to remember the kanji. Instead, I use another deck for studying vocabulary. I think that is more efficient since I learn the reading of kanji at my reading level, instead of learning words and kanji compounds way above my level.
But I'm glad that you like the deck! Good to hear that others can make a use of it :. Apps About Terms Privacy.
James W. Heisig - Remembering the Kanji 1
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Updated to include the new kanji approved by the Japanese government in as "general-use" kanji, the sixth edition of this popular text aims to provide the student of Japanese with a simple method for correlating the writing and the meaning of Japanese characters in such a way as to make them both easy to remember. It is intended not only for the beginner, but also for the more advanced student looking for some relief from the constant frustration of forgetting how to write the kanji, or for a way to systematise what he or she already knows. The author begins with writing the kanji because-contrary to first impressions-it is in fact simpler than learning how to the pronounce them.
Remembering the Kanji 1, 6th Edition (2200 Kanji)
Remembering the Kanji is a series of three volumes by James Heisig , intended to teach the 3, most frequent Kanji to students of the Japanese language. The series is available in English, Spanish and German. Remembering the Hanzi by the same author is intended to teach the most frequent Hanzi to students of the Chinese language. The method differs markedly from traditional rote-memorization techniques practiced in most courses.