JLPT Grammar from Jtest4you
Sample (from 4281 notes)
|English||I’ve made up my mind. I cannot not go.|
|Meaning||can’t help but feel; can’t help but do|
|Romanized||nani o subeki ka, mou kokoro wa kimatte iru. ikanai dewa irarenai.|
|English||She didn’t say anything. She kept glaring at me.|
|Meaning||continue to (similar to 一方だ)|
|Romanized||kanojo wa nani mo iwanakatta. tada watashi o niramu bakari datta.|
|English||I used to play on the river when I was a child.|
|Meaning||used to do something; should do something; of course|
|Romanized||kodomo no koro wa yoku kawa de asonda mono da.|
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Quick tips for adding furigana using the Japanese Support add-on and their bulk edit option.
I did this and it worked for me:
1) Go to "Tools" > "Manage note types", and rename the note type of this deck to anything containg the word "Japanese" (e.g. "Japanese: JT4Y")
2) Rename field containing Japanese sentence to "Expression"
3) Add a field and call it "Reading"
4) Go to Browser, select the sentences, and click Edit -> Bulk add-reading
Additionally, I suggest to beginner Anki users to:
1) Set the field containing the Japanese vocabulary/grammar item as the "sort" field of the note type.
2) Delete "Romanization" field, unless you are studying for N5.
3) Delete the "Level" field, and add the JLPT level as a tag. Add additional tags such as "JT4Y".
>> Download Japanese support addon. Change Japanese field to Expression. Add Reading field. Add "Japanese" to the name of the note type jtest (jtest Japanese). Use addon bulk generate readings and you're set. You have all the furigana now.
This isn't working for me. I'm trying to use Bulk Generator Plus, which has one single negative review that it didn't work. Indeed it doesn't work. But this is my first time using Anki at all so maybe I'm missing something. Help, anyone?
I hope you'll post any updates or cleaned up versions here
Roomaji is no problem, since there are easy ways to automatically add furigana. Don't be lazy people.
Download Japanese support addon. Change Japanese field to Expression. Add Reading field. Add "Japanese" to the name of the note type jtest (jtest Japanese). Use addon bulk generate readings and you're set. You have all the furigana now.
I've used Dictionary of the Japanese Grammar serious before that, and it mostly covers JLPT N5 - N2 grammar. When I looked into the Shin Kanzen Master N1 Grammar I didn't know the majority of the grammar there. This deck is very helpful!
So what I did is -> on the Back template (the answer), write "furigana:" before "Vocab" and on the Front template write "kanji:" before "Vocab" . This way, if you have に伴って for example and don't know how to read it, just go to edit and type "に 伴[ともな]って" instead. If you set up the Front and Back templates correctly, you should now have the question with no furigana (so に伴って) and the answer with furigana attached to it (I put furigana only on the answer so I can test myself on it, but if you want, you can just put furigana on both the Front and the Back template). The only slight inconvenience is that you'll have to do this for every grammar with kanji you don't know, so I'd appreciate of someone does that. And yes, I think it works with the example sentences too, haven't tried it yet.
Cleanup of the deck:
With *synthesized* audio (not the original human due to copyright):
* Combined with the "Complete JTest4You JLPT Grammar" below (now at 4930)
* Removed cruft from that one's explanations
* Proper styling (colors, lang attribute)
* Few mistakes fixed
* Furigana for expressions instead of extra romanji field (automatic – which has issues with ambiguous readings. Fixed obvious mistakes, but there'll be some more)
* Turned Level field into tag
ITs very helpful thankyou very much indeed
Here is a lit of the three N2 Grammar rules that are missing (I think it is because they only have an example in the picture flashcard but not text examples after the picture)
かいがある(kai ga aru): it worths one’s effort to do something
かねない (kanenai): might happen, might do something
に越したことはない (ni koshita koto wa nai): it’s best that, there’s nothing better than
I can't even imagine the time it took to make this. The presence of both a production and recognition card for each grammar point makes this deck incredibly effective!
In creating this deck you've undertook Herculean Labors, my friend. Thank you, sir. However, there some major mistakes in there, so be wary of them, especially if you are a beginner.