Kanji Radical (Primitive)0.03MB. 0 audio & 0 images. Updated 2016-02-19.
Sample (from 214 notes)
|Numbers of Stroke||4|
|Numbers of Stroke||2|
|Numbers of Stroke||7|
|Alternative||(none)Example: 辜 辟 辣 辦 辨|
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But the main reason of why I edited them, is the usage. Many of the main radical is not used as kanji "block", but the alterantive is. So, sometimes I was delete the original, and just copied the alternative as main. For me this way much more helpful, and efficient. Thanks for making this deck.
This set uses a lot of outdated Kanji which are no more used in Japanese. On top of that it has errors.
Further it does not cover the stroke order.
For a beginner like me it is very confusing and frustrating to use this set.
I use more time to look things up as to actually learn something with this set, so I will delete it now.
This is a real gem! I have been searching the web for decent ways to learn the radicals. I am indeed very happy to have found it! Thank you for making such a useful peace of software. After knowing the kana, the step to knowing the Kanji looks intimidating. But knowing the radicals is the door to tackle Kanji reading and writing successfully. What a nice combination of radical, radical variants, radical naming, meaning and stroke order diagram you have made here!
And in the event one spots a discrepancy, it's so easily fixed! (I spot snags in my homemade decks every now and then, and when I do, I fix them.) No big deal at all!
This little peace of software is a joy to work with. Well thought out, clean structure, can run as a separate deck and will be an aid in learning Kanji and Hanzi. What a nugget!
Thanks so much!
Very good deck. The mistakes are just minor. As a beginner like me, meaning of radical is the most important part, I will pay more attention to readings when I do kanji learning.
玉: たま・たまへん 王: おう・おうへん・あうさま
king; ball, jade
It looks like 玉 means king and 王 means jade, but its the other way around.
You're mixing Chinese kanji with Japanese, Japanese kanji come from Chinese but some of them changed