RESOURCES

JAPANESE

kanji composition search tool – alternative to searching by radicals/drawing

onomatopoeia

rikai-sama – pop-up dictioary – use with pale blue browser and use EPWING For j-j definitions.. youcan get the dictionary files from mattvsjapana’s video about making srs sentence cards

https://tvpalog.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-2474.html

So http://o.x0.com/m/27049 this site shut down but then I found this blog that does the same thing. the person uploads the tv caption that airs with the tv program. Just click on the magnifying glass to search for your show and see if they carry the transcription to facilitate your learning.

**I use this site for london hearts, ame talk, hanseikai, tetsuko no heya, and much more!**  i FOUND THE site when I searched 大往生で with quotes while watching ame talk: tachi to-ku (one of my favorite themes on ame talk)

for the previous site I would save the transcript as .html since the site would remove the transcripts every week or so but I think this one doesn’t as far as I can tell but I still save THEM just in case!

KOREAN

https://pegopa.exblog.jp/16758037/

readlang.com

hanja converter

korean pronunciation

blog about korean slang?list of slang 

Japanese site that explains “new” korean words really thoroughly

japanese delusion dictionary

v-live = korean vid site with korean subs

ondemandkorea.com – new vids of certain shows have korean subs

sino-words from japanese – kanji/hanja

blog

translation sites

https://www.konest.com/contents/study_korean_top.html?type=url  -This one translates websites and you can select the option for it to show original text AND the translation. Using this in conjunction with hanjaro WILL SAVE a lot of dictionary look-ups for beginner/intermediate people who know japanese WHICH will enable you to read a lot!  however I think papago translate is superior in its translation ability

https://translate.so-net.ne.jp/  – this was one of the top korean-> japanese translation SITES according to some japanese blog

https://papago.naver.com/ – this one is amazing of course! It displays detailed definitions on the side for the words.

https://translate.yandex.com/translate – it’s fantastic for learning spanish because it gives the user the option to display the translation and original text side by side

GOOGLE CHROME ADD-ONS : dictionarist, 1-click translator ETC

GENERAL TOOLS

sharex – conveniently grab audio, screenshots, regional

audacity / sub2srs for generating audio files.

AUTHOTKEY

workaudiobook

lingoes off-line dictionary

ditto – clipboard manager. I like using the shortcut for copy-pasting stuff. it saves me a lot of time!!!

copq – clipboard manager

spanish

http://streettalksavvy.com/spanish-slang/spanish-street-slang/

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