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This is about 140 advanced medical terms.

The reading of the kanji is generally not given unless it's particularly difficult. If anyone is interested, however, I can add the readings.

Japanese Flash cards for Mneomosyne:

1kyu Vocabulary List
2kyu Vocabulary List
3kyu and 4kyu Vocabulary List
Japanese Prefectures For Reading
Japanese Prefectures For Writing
Osaka Subway Stations
Remembering The Kanji 1 Heisig For Reading
Remembering The Kanji 1 Heisig For Writing
Top 500 Japanese Surnames For Reading
Top 500 Japanese Surnames For Writing

549 Japanese adjectives. Hope you find it helpful.

This deck is intended to be used with the book "Remembering the kanji 1" by James Heisig and the site "http://kanji.koohii.com".

This deck, together with the hiragana and katakana, form the basic decks of the japanese writing system. Wich you should memorize before starting your japanese studies.

With kind permission from the head instructor, Michael Veltri, I was given permission to create and distribute these flash cards for the Mnemosyne Project.

All the grammar points and examples contained within the Genki I textbook.

This deck contains the 602 vocab words from the first volume of the Japanese textbook Genki.
This deck contains 12 chapters.

This set is based on the "Remembering the Kanji 1 - Heisig" deck from the japanese collection on this Site.
The keywords follow the German Edition by Heisig and Rauter.

Karten mit den deutschen Bedeutungen aus

J.W.Heisig/R.Rauther "Die Kanji lernen und behalten - Bedeutung und Schreibweise der japanischen Schriftzeichen"

Das Set ist eine Modifikation von "Remembering the Kanji 1 - Heisig" aus der Sammlung "Japanese Flash Cards For Mnemosyne"
von dieser Seite, die Reihenfolge habe ich also auch uebernommen.

Lets be honest here, no one wants to attack the ENTIRE Jyouyou kanji list at once, that's why you even Japanese students learn only a certain amount per grade. So, to make the Jyouyou Kanji list a little(lot?) easier to tackle, I separated the list by the grades they are taught in Japan.

Kyouiku Grade 1 (80 kanji)
Kyouiku Grade 2 (160 kanji)
Kyouiku Grade 3 (199 kanji)*
Kyouiku Grade 4 (201 kanji)*
Kyouiku Grade 5 (185 kanji)
Kyouiku Grade 6 (181 kanji)
Kyouiku** Grade S (939 kanji)


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