All in One Kanji Deck (Heisig's RTK Order)
Sample (from 3787 notes)
|Nanori||さと, さとる, しり, しれ, とも, のり|
|Examples||知合い(しりあい): acquaintance知事(ちじ): prefectural governor知る(しる): to know; to understand; to be acquainted with; to feel知識(ちしき): knowledge; information知人(ちじん): friend; acquaintance知恵(ちえ): (1) wisdom; wit; sagacity; sense; intelligence (2) prajna (insight leading to enlightenment)知的(ちてき): intellectual通知(つうち): notice; notification; report; posting承知(しょうち): (1) acknowledgment; acknowledgement; awareness (2) consent; acceptance; assent; admitting; compliance; agreement未知(みち): not yet known; unknown; strange知性(ちせい): intelligence知能(ちのう): intelligence; brains無知(むち): ignorance; innocence; stupidityかも知れない(かもしれない): may; might; perhaps; may be; possibly知らせ(しらせ): notice; notification知らせる(しらせる): to notify; to advise; to inform旧知(きゅうち): old friend; old friendship|
|Components||矢: dart; arrow口: mouth|
|Number of Strokes||8|
|Classification||会意 Compound Ideographic|
|Koohii Story 1||I should know. After all, I did graduate from Dartmouth!|
|Koohii Story 2||[know; wisdom] [An arrow 矢 like mouth 口] If you know the answers, they will fly like darts from your mouth.|
|Tags||JLPT.N4 grade2 kanjifreq1-250 Kanji_Human.Activities_Culture.Art|
|Number of Strokes|
|Koohii Story 1|
|Koohii Story 2|
|Tags||JLPT.N0 ShouldSuspend gradeS+ kanjifreq2001-2500|
|English||throw, discard, abandon, launch into, join, invest in, hurl, give up, sell at a loss|
|Examples||投資(とうし): investment投票(とうひょう): voting; poll投書(とうしょ): letter to the editor; letter from a reader; contribution投入(とうにゅう): (1) throwing into; inserting; depositing (2) investment; putting in (personnel, etc.) (3) release of a product (4) making (an electrical circuit)投げ出す(なげだす): (1) to throw down; to throw out; to stretch out (one's legs) (2) to abandon; to resign (3) to give freely; to give generously; to sacrifice (e.g. one's life) (4) to start to throw投げる(なげる): (1) to throw; to cast away (2) to face defeat; to give up|
|Components||手: hand殳: pike; windy-again radical (no. 79)|
|Number of Strokes||7|
|Classification||会意 Compound Ideographic|
|Koohii Story 1||Well, you usually use your fingers to throw objects used as missile weapons. Easy. By the way, for those of you looking for a less anachronistic image for the missile primitive as a modern rocket, try a slingshot. it´s a crotch (originally a tree branch) that sends missile projectiles flying into/like the wind. And for this present kanji, it is something you naturally use with your fingers...|
|Koohii Story 2||If you use the primitive "semen" (flying in the wind from your crotch) instead of missile then all kanjis with this primitive will hilariously create a perfect story.|
|Tags||JLPT.N3 grade3 kanjifreq1-250|
After the file is downloaded, double-click on it to open it in the desktop program.
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To get the story, make sure to enable it in the card template by uncommenting the code for the story you want.
Also, dude below who commented on the stories, I agree that the stories aren't tasteful, but it's 100% your fault for using them. You can enable Heisig's original stories to avoid the strange ones. This is a great deck, and it's ridiculous to give it a thumbs down.
To improve: maybe add audio clips.
There are a couple downsides to this deck including the fact that it does give the stroke order. Also for the "meaning => kanji" variation it defaults to showing you the "English" field which is separate from the "keyword" leading to some cards having the same front side. You may want to edit the layout of this to show the keyword in bold above the English meaning to make it easier to keep them distinct.
I really wanna tell that, before of starting this deck, I was check in to the Heisig's book, and I was think "errr this is not for me". But I was download this deck, and I was just give a shot. The very well chosen examples (words), the info about jlpt, jouyou, frequency really made me satisfied. Actually I do not use the heisig book at all, I just use this deck! Really thank you very much for making it!
As I said, the stroke order is just a big kanji equals any other in AnkiDroid, but it's not fault of the deck of course(It was mine! I didn't have the font xD).
I also agree that some stories are pretty offensive and I don't like them - RTK originally use very easy-to-follow, plain and sometimes kind stories. These mnemonics sometimes remember me kanji damage - I like the order and the information it gives but I don't like the mnemonics or the fact that it calls many different compounds as if they were same.
Finally, The deck itself is fine xD
Thank you very much for making and organizing an RTK version!! Much appreciated!!
I've been using this deck for months and it's been incredibly helpful in my studies. If you are using RTK, this is THE deck.
My only minor gripe is that an astonishing number of the user stories are overtly sexual or even a little misogynistic. That may help some people, but for me the frequency was more distracting than helpful. Of course you can easily turn the stories off or alter them so it's not that big of a deal.
Also very rarely the keyword will be wrong but, again, this is something you can easily change.
This deck is wonderful!
I am guessing you are the author of the previous all-in-one 1.2b that I have been using for almost three years. Thank you, thank you!
I am still trying to see the easiest way to switch to this new deck as it is really great. There is only one suggestion that comes to mind. Could you please embed the strokeorder font in the deck itself? I tried to follow the guides to do it myself, but it is a hassle to figure out how to do it because I am not a programmer. If the font were already embedded, this deck would be even more awesome.
Thanks a lot and keep up the great job!
That's all. Excellent, amazing, and perfect. Thank you very much!