Make Your ChoiceThese projects are similar. However, they each use a different set of data.
- Japanese Reading Practice Using the Tanaka Corpus (GSF)
Same as the next, except the kanji were sorted in a different order.
- Japanese Reading Practice Using the Tanaka Corpus
The "Tanaka Corpus" is a set of sentences that was originally created by a group of students in Japan. It is currently being corrected, edited and expanded by members of tatoeba.org.
- Japanese Reading Practice Using 日本語ワードネット
"Japanese Wordnet" is a collection of phrases and sentences.
- Japanese Reading Practice Using the EDICT Dictionary
This uses the approximately 16,800 words with kanji that are marked as commonly-used in EDICT.
- Japanese Reading Practice Using Randomly-generated Sentences (Experimental)
- Note: You may need to immediately click the "reload" link, even the first time.
- Warning! Due to the nature of random sentence generators, there likely will be some unnatural-sounding sentences and some mistakes.
- I've always wanted to see if I could create something like this -- a piece of software that creates, so students would never run out of content.
- Every time you reload the page, you'll get a different set of randomly-generated sentences.
- This reading practice section is aimed at people who already have a large Japanese vocabulary.
- It should be useful for residents of Japan who are quite fluent, but do not read so well.
- I created these pages by writing a computer program that started with the raw data, then sorted all the items by length, then sorted them by kanji occurence.