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Sunday, 13 August 2017

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I love a good project. It’s my aim to create one for each language. How do I do that?

Well, having identified the most important principles, and having unearthed the best resources, I’ll devise the most addictive activities.

I’ve been there and done that with Japanese. With that language, my ‘in’ is the written word—specifically kanji. I have devised my own method for identification. And I’ve been known to spend hours getting the computer to find sentences with particular kanji (or combinations thereof). 

So I’ll start from there. I’ll set up the best thing that I can think of.

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