Matching Quiz: English-to-Japanese in Katakana Not just "loan words" (外来語), but many animals. It's not uncommon to see names of animals in katakana.
You may find this an enjoyable way to review katakana while at the same time reviewing vocabulary.
Words Appearing in Newspapers That Do Not Use Kanji
These are words that normally appear only in kana. These Flash quizzes are in the order of frequency of word use.
This MIGHT help you practice your katakana and hiragana reading and possibly pick up a few new words.
These are the 4994 words marked as (P) in the EDICT dictionary that did not use kanji. The "(P)" means they are supposedly commonly-used vocabulary.
(Please note that some of these words are not all that commonly used.)
Each time you load the quiz, the word matches are re-shuffled.
If you already read katakana and hiragana fairly well, then these are easy matches to do.
Anki Deck (Data for Anki - Free at http://ankisrs.net/)
Download this, unzip it, then put it in your Anki folder with your other decks.
You may need to open it using the menu "open" or by double-clicking the first time you use it.
EDICT-Katakana-Words-2011-04-22.zip 4,470 Katakana words marked as commonly-used in Jim Breen's April 22, 2011 version of the EDICT dictionary. Commonly-used words are marked with the (P) code in EDICT.
If you don't already use Anki, vist the website at http://ankisrs.net/ to download this free application for Macintosh, Windows or Linux.