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Archive for April, 2008

Korean Software – User Feedback

User feedback from Gerald E. I find your products much easier to use and many times more effective than the RosettaStone program that I just purchased.  I would not recommend RosettaStone to anyone, especially for a language like Korean.  So far, I have learned more Korean by using your “trial verson” of Flash cards, than [...]

Sunday Photo – 27 April 2008

Windmill in Damme, Belgium. Spring 2008.

HSK Level 1 for Mobile Pocket PC

We have posted the Mobile Pocket PC versions of word files for the first level of the HSK (Chinese Proficiency Test) vocabulary. The word files can be found here on our Chinese FlashCards Mobile Pocket PC wordfile archive. [What is HSK?] WordFilesfor levels 2, 3 and 4 will be available in the coming weeks.

Sunday Photo – 20 April 2008

Parc de Saint Cloud, West of Paris. Spring 2008

MySpace Audio Word of the Day Applications

 This time it is on MySpace that you can now find our suite of Audio Word of the Day Applications. If you are interested in added them to your MySpace profile page just search the applications catalogue.

Hi5 Audio Word of the Day Applications

 We have just put the finishing touches on our suite of Audio Word of the Day Applications for the social networking site Hi5. If you are interested in added them to your Hi5 profile page just search the applications page for the language you are interested in.

Sunday Photo – 5 April 2008

The Dome Church, Paris. Spring 2008.

Japanese Kanji ON & KUN pronunciations

Today we explain the derivations of the two different Japanese pronunciations of kanji. In Japanese there is generally more than one pronunciation of a kanji. The ON pronunciation (onyomi) is taken from the Chinese pronunciation while the KUN pronunciation (kunyomi) is derived from the indigenous Japanese pronunciation of the same word/meaning. ON Pronunciation Most kanji [...]