Hiragana with stroke diagrams and audio1.05MB. 104 audio & 46 images. Updated 2013-01-01.
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If you're practicing writing them out, I suggest swapping hiragana and roumaji so that the roumaji (English pronunciation) is at the front of the cards.
as the hiragana is fine i noticed the person pronouncing the words has an accent, you should be listening to a native speaker to get the proper wording down.
Brilliant deck. After you finish it, there's no way you could forget anything, because each hiragana is brought to you in several many ways. There are different Japanese fonts used, which is great, because that's the way you see them in Japan.For example ri can be written as one stroke or as two strokes, which look totally different and if you don't know them both you may get confused. This deck teaches you both versions, so you'll recognize them automatically.
Sadly the font on the front side of the cards (where you are supposed to guess the character) is very different from the font where the stroke patterns are axplained (and is also very different from most common fonts). Apart form this flaw, the card deck is perfect to learn Hiragana.
Exactly what I was looking for. The audio and stroke diagrams are very helpful.
Some of the Dakuon (maybe all of them) have the strokes diagram not working, is there a way to get them to work?
Other than that, it's a really really great deck.
This deck is perfect.
Large hiragana characters,
I can't ask more.
I've tested this and it's working 100%.
Arigatou to uploader! ^ ^
i cant find the png graphics for this desk