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Where I can find DOBJG example sentences in text form?

#1
I'm trying to make cloze-delete cards of the whole book (or at least what's not absolutely basic) to practice conjugation (production).  It's taking way too much time to type all of these.  Surely the sentences are floating around somewhere where I can just copy and paste.

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I think this is going to be a well made deck for production practice and I'll upload it when I'm done. Hopefully my wife (Japanese) will proofread as well Smile
Edited: 2017-04-30, 4:42 pm
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#2
There is a shared anki deck with the sentences.
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/735547011
Edited: 2017-04-30, 7:39 pm
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#3
(2017-04-30, 7:39 pm)Zarxrax Wrote: There is a shared anki deck with the sentences.
https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/735547011

This is really lacking a lot.  Only 1 card per grammar point.  Some cards have multiple sentences, but it's not even close to what the book has.
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Look in the Mantixero folder for a good DOBJ deck.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/u5ib7gvr4v3px...O3ava?dl=0
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(2017-04-30, 9:19 pm)NinKenDo Wrote: Look in the Mantixero folder for a good DOBJ deck.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/u5ib7gvr4v3px...O3ava?dl=0

These are pretty good, I'm surprised they're not more popular.  What's the story behind these?
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#6
(2017-04-30, 4:35 pm)theadamie Wrote:
Quote:Where I can find DOBJG example sentences in text form?
No idea, sorry.
https://dojgdeck.neocities.org/
https://djt.neocities.org/bunpou/full_day.html
https://mega.nz/#F!2g5gHISQ!RIYvs3pHnsX1ibK3yBRvxQ
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#7
wow the deck above looks amazing especially the random one clozed delete one(pulls random sample sentences it seems?). Thanks for the links!
Edited: 2017-05-04, 8:10 am
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#8
https://djtguide.neocities.org
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#9
That site is really insane for all kind of resources I wish that site existed when I started learning Japanese. haha
Edited: 2017-05-07, 2:44 pm
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(2017-04-30, 11:29 pm)theadamie Wrote:
(2017-04-30, 9:19 pm)NinKenDo Wrote: Look in the Mantixero folder for a good DOBJ deck.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/u5ib7gvr4v3px...O3ava?dl=0

These are pretty good, I'm surprised they're not more popular.  What's the story behind these?

Manti Livestream his study of Japanese vidja on Twitch. He also uses clozes heavily in his study and so creates or modifies a lot of decks to do so. He took the original Dictionary of Japanese Grammar decks, split them up, added the missing sentences from basic, proofread the already existing notes, and created clozes and formatted everything nicely. It sat on his Dropbox for a while, though I'm not sure if it's still there anymore.

I've since modified it slightly, but I believe the one on my Dropbox is his original.
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