LESSON/J: 20th Anniversary (since June 19, 1997)

Japanese Language Education System for Speech on an On-demand Network (LESSON/J)

Copyright (c) 1997-2000 Jouji Miwa. LESSON/J Ver.1.2b

Dictation Quizzes
for Japanese Speech

Copyright (c) 1997-2000 Jouji Miwa. Ver.1.2b


Japanese Language Education System
for Speech on an On-demand Network

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The contents are the quizzes using Java applets for learners of Japanese to train themselves for hearing spoken sentences, words, syllables, special morae and accent. Let's try to examine your hearing level for Japanese speech uttered by a professional announcer.

  1. If you take an interest to Japanese, please access a tutorial page of "An Introduction to Japanese for Nihongo Learning".
  2. If you can not execute Java applet, please setup Java environment. But on the occasion of after setup, please wait once at the time of startup about one minute for Java preparation.
  3. If you can not display Japanese characters, please access the pages of the Japanese Roman character version, or please download free Japanese fonts from a multi-language site.
  4. And if you take interest to this system, please read the details of the system in Japanese.
  5. For high quality speech, please use external speakers or head phones.
  6. The numbers of items for dictation level are shown in a next table.
    If you click the number in the table, you can start to lesson. But in the case, a mode of language is set to English and that of display is set to default.
    Table of Dictation Level
    Dictation quizzes LevelList
    Elementary IntermediateAdvanced
    Level 1Level 2Level 3 Level 4Level 5Level 6
    Sentences 2 10 15 20 25 31 *
    Words 5 10 15 20 25 30 *
    Syllables 5 10 45 68 86 98 *
    Consonant Pairs 3 5 7 9 11 13 *
    2 4 6 10 14 18 *
    3 6 8 14 19 25 *
    Accent 2 4 10 20 30 42 *

  7. These pages were created on June 19, 1997 and were updated on May 27, 1998.
  8. The links to these pages on your Web server are permitted. If you prefer our logo , please use the logo.
  9. The Java Grand prix '98 was awarded for "Tutorial Lesson System for Japanese Learning" on Nov. 30, 1998.
  10. We have developed a new public speech analysis system via E-mail for evaluation of Japanese speaking on Mar. 5, 1999.
  11. We have fixed a bug for Netscape 4.5 in which 'Next' button is not able to display on June 10, 1999. New Version 1.2a is available for 1024*768 screen size.
  12. We have changed a Java class file in sentence quizz for Japanese written for mat on Mar. 23, 2000 (Ver.1.2b).
    For examples, "Korewamomodesu" is spoken format and "Korehamomodesu" is written format.
    Then the former is wrong answer but the later is correct in Ver.1.2b.

  13. "e-Learning for Spoken Japanese Using Integrated Java Technology" by a new project is open on Aug. 1, 2004.
    Please access the iCampus site.
  14. uPal: United Portal for Advanced Learning of Japanese langauge" is open on Sep. 1, 2006.
    Please access for searching multi dictionaries and listening synthesized Japanese sounds.
    If you have questions for uPal, please access help messages.
  15. We changed default size of window width from 760 to 900. (Jan. 23, 2007)
  16. United Links for Japanese Learning Web Resources: Open. (Aug. 20, 2007)
  17. Associative Kanji Learning: Open. (Feb. 1, 2008)
  18. Dictionary Search Using Kanji Handwriting Recognition: Open (Dec. 24, 2008)
  19. United Podcast Using Kanji Amimations: Open (June 1, 2009)
  20. Handwriting Practice Using Tracing, Copying and Drawing for Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana: Open (Jan. 1, 2011)

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