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Self-Access Centre - Japanese - External Language Resources



Alphabets

Why Japanese has three different alphabets and how they are combined.



Asahi English

One of Japan*s leading newspapers, with English language content.


Bab.la

Bab.la language portal offers you dictionary translations, language quizzes & games, vocabulary lessons for learning and much more. bab.la is interactive: You can enter your own translation, create your own language test or your own vocabulary flashcards


Bridge to Japan

Bridge to Japan is maintained in the U.K. by the Japan Library Group, with the aim of facilitating access to Web-based sources of information about Japan.


Essential phrases

Imagine you arrive at the airport, equipped with a print-out of your Internet booking for your stay at a ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn



Facts

What you need to know about Japanese, including one inappropriate word.


GLOSS

Global Language Online Support System is a database of interactive language lessons from the Defense Language Institute. Lessons contain authentic audio and video texts, activities, glossaries, and links for further information on the topics.






Japanese Challenge

Imagine you arrive at the airport, equipped with a print-out of your Internet booking for your stay at a ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn



JOSHU

JOSHU (Japanese Online Self-Help Utility) means *assistan*, or *tutor* in Japanese, which is what this website attempts to be to anyone interested in learning the Japanese language. Developed by University of Texas