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#51
OfflineStudyPack
http://ifile.it/rol0sy1
There are some parallel doc files in there. My cousin used them when she was a teenager - she turned twenty yesterday, so she said she will no longer need them and told me to give it to somebody else.
Edited: 2010-12-20, 6:54 am
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#52
hmm it says the file has expired?
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#53
Strange, it was uploaded a few hours ago.

This one should be OK.
http://ifile.it/9m2og4d
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JapanesePod101
#54
thank you
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#55
cb4960 Wrote:Also, I'm still using the stable branch of Anki (1.0.1). Maybe the plugin doesn't work with the development branch.
It does (I'm using the plugin with 1.1.13 now). The only difference is the syntax for the sound field:

Before: [sound:%(text:Reading)s - %(text:Expression)s.mp3]
Now: [sound:{{text:Reading}} - {{text:Expression}}.mp3]
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#56
When my cousin was beginning to learn Japanese she compiled some grammar charts for quick reference. She used various sources by learned morons. The tables were meant to be printed.
There are some links there to further explanations and audio files - those are not included.
If you happen to know Polish, you might find some of the charts very useful.
There is one page 部首 ぶしゅ (radicals) chart there, too, ready to be printed for reference. (Audio files not included).
http://ifile.it/izqox2l
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#57
Nothing to do with Japanese.

I'm looking for the following etexts:
Hungarian:
A.A. Milne - Micimackó (Winnie-the-Pooh)
Bulgakov - A Mester és Margarita (The Master and Margarita)
Finnish:
Bulgakov - Saatana saapuu Moskovaan (The Master and Margarita)
Swedish:
Bulgakov - Mästaren och Margarita (The Master and Margarita)
I need them to make parallel texts.

Any good souls out there to help me?
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#58
@buonaparte: you should post your last question in Koohii Lounge.
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#59
Milne - Micimackó: http://mek.oszk.hu/00400/00449/
Bulgakov - A Mester és Margarita: http://mek.oszk.hu/02800/02825/
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#60
The Admi, sorry for my misbehaviour.

nortalf,
knock and a good soul will answer! Bread upon the waters.
And what is even more important, the audiobooks match the e-etexts. AND the readers are VERY good.

My cousin will finally be able to learn Hungarian. She is simply hungry for Hungary!
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#61
nortalf Wrote:Milne - Micimackó: http://mek.oszk.hu/00400/00449/
Bulgakov - A Mester és Margarita: http://mek.oszk.hu/02800/02825/
buonaparte Wrote:The Admi, sorry for my misbehaviour.

nortalf,
knock and a good soul will answer! Bread upon the waters.
And what is even more important, the audiobooks match the e-etexts. AND the readers are VERY good.

My cousin will finally be able to learn Hungarian. She is simply hungry for Hungary!
Hey thanks! I could use those as well. Btw, can the admin move posts..?
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#62
I can't move posts, only topics.
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#63
A while ago I posted only .doc files, this time with audio.
Visualizing Japanese Grammar audio+text with hyperlinks
What my cousin has always found annoying about learning Japanese is the lack of appropriate materials: (line-by-line + Unicode playlists) audio + etxts (to be able to use mouse-over pop-up dictionaries) + translation.
There are plenty of relatively good grammar books out there, but none with audio!!!
Here's an introduction to Japanese grammar written in plain English and showing it as a system.
Excellent for beginners.
.doc files + line-by-line audio.
http://ifile.it/u6jwo4i
http://ifile.it/jlu2oi3
http://ifile.it/89izy4f
Source:
http://www.gwu.edu/~eall/vjg/vjghomepage/vjghome.htm
+ some other sources.
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#64
just bookmarked this thread for future reference!
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#65
I would be damned if I didn't share it!
Justice
http://ifile.it/g5i06yt
It is a short Japanese movie about what really counts in life.
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#66
Japanese toilets are famous all over the world.
http://ifile.it/7fg6lxj/t.wmv
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#67
A request:
I am looking for Watchtower Library in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean.
It is a CD-Rom with all the texts published by Jehovah's Witnesses.
The CD-Rom is published once a year.
I only could find these languages:
http://isohunt.com/torrents/?ihq=Watchtower+Library
and I was looking everywhere, Usenet included.
Edited: 2011-01-05, 6:03 am
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#68
buonaparte Wrote:I would be damned if I didn't share it!
Justice
http://ifile.it/g5i06yt
It is a short Japanese movie about what really counts in life.
Such a strange movie...
HAHA, what really countsBig Grin...but now that I think of it that guy was pure in a senseBig Grin
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#69
buonaparte Wrote:I am looking for Watchtower Library in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean.
Why don't you contact the people in Watchtower.org?

I think they will help you getting the CD-ROM, or maybe they will send it to you for free (or charge a small amount for shipping.)
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#70
ahibba,
it is not that simple. They won't. You have to be a Jehovah's Witness to get it.
By the way, they do not charge anything for their stuff, it is all free. Always. You can pay anything, if you want to, but they won't ask you to.
Edited: 2011-01-05, 8:01 am
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#71
Wow, I'm surprised they're so adamant about that CD's uploading, it seems like something they should be encouraging. I'll set up some (bountied) requests on a site which should be able to get them. It seems like 2010 is actually the most recently released year of these, so I'll aim for that.

On a side note, could you please reupload the guide on creating parallel texts? I'm having some trouble manipulating these tables around. Thanks.
Edited: 2011-01-05, 10:16 am
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#72
PATRICKRL
yes, the newest one is 2010.

They are not adamant about CDs, it is something to do with American law, some taxes or something, I don't understand it, either.
Making parallel texts from CD e-texts is very easy, you just copy and make a table with cells, I use Word. It takes just a couple of minutes for a book.
And you don't have to proofread anything.

I will be waiting for YOUR CDs, im/patiently!!!!
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#73
buoanaparte Wrote:You have to be a Jehovah's Witness to get it.
Then it's so simple. Be a JW.
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#74
Inspired by this thread:
http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?tid=1650&page=1

Japanese pronunciation, pitch accent included.

PRONUNCIATION:
buonaparte's audio and text links
http://forum.koohii.com/showthread.php?tid=6840
http://www.nhk.or.jp/strl/open2002/tenji...index.html
http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1238557
http://akusento.narod.ru/akusento.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_phonology
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_pitch_accent
http://sp.cis.iwate-u.ac.jp/sp/lesson/j/doc/accent.html
http://www.coelang.tufs.ac.jp/english/mo...01-01.html
http://japanese.human.metro-u.ac.jp/mic-...index.html
http://japanese.human.metro-u.ac.jp/mic-...index.html
http://accent.u-biq.org/english.html
http://www.japanesepod101.com (line-by-line audio)
Dictionary with audio:
http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi-b...dic.cgi?1C
http://www.saiga-jp.com/kanji_dictionary.html


Charles Inouye - Pronounce It Perfectly in Japanese
http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3131530
Introduction to Japanese Pronunciation. Theory and Practice
http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1419029


In Polish:
Romuald Huszcza, Maho Ikushima, Jan Majewski - Gramatyka japońska tom I
(The best description of Japanese pronunciation.)



Unicode Playlists
Edited: 2011-01-07, 4:05 pm
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#75
Requests
I'm looking for:
安部公房-砂の女 Woman in the Dunes (Japanese audio)
壺井栄-二十四の瞳 Twenty-Four Eyes (Japanese audio + English, French, Russian, Spanish, Polish, etc texts)
Japanese audio + Japanese e-texts:
村上春樹-国境の南、太陽の西  South of the Border, West of the Sun
村上春樹-海辺のカフカ Kafka on the Shore

半村良-およね平吉時穴道行 (English, Russian, Spanish, etc texts)


I need a tool that would be able to convert Japanese texts with kanji to spaced hiragana, something similar to this http://nihongo.j-talk.com/kanji/, but able to handle large files - novels.
I need it to make parallel texts in three vertical columns: kanji-spaced hiragana-English/Russian. Plus line-by-line audio.
Then learning Japanese would be a piece of cake.
Edited: 2011-01-09, 3:44 pm
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