Let’s play the 2choices quiz and learn Japanese words and standard pronunciation now!
Hear the sound of the syllables recorded by native speakers. We didn’t use computer-generated voices!
It also features various Japanese syllabary, for you to listen and practice.
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Start from this free Japanese language-learning App ”Fun! Japanese”!
It is a great way to practice both pronunciation and words at the same time.
Through this App, you can learn Japanese pronunciation and katakana / hiragana characters and practice the Japanese syllabary.
In the 2choices quiz you can hear sounds of very similar words and you have to distinguish them.
Some of words have the same pronunciation, but with different tones.
Try it! Can you answer all the 555 questions?
◎2choices quiz: distinguish words with very similar pronunciation, a total of 555 questions.（Supports GameCenter)
At the end of the quiz there is a summary and a score.
◎Japanese syllabary: collection contains native speakers syllabary (voiceless, voiced, half voiced, bend sound) sound and katakana, hiragana characters.
You can hear sounds when you touch the japanese syllabary.
Incredibly, this app is free! Try it out and let me know what you think!
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Japanese does not have tones!
Could you please get a native Japanese speaker to do the speaking?? Japanese does not have tones like Chinese does. A lot of the kana were not spoken correctly. Many were spoken with what sounded like Chinese tones(I am currently learning Chinese.) and that was so annoying! The words spoken in the quizzes sounded better though. I have been around a lot of native Japanese in person and I can honestly say that they do not use tones like the Chinese do, when speaking the kana or words. I have gotten help with language study from the Japanese people I know so that’s why I know this is fact. I got this app just to see what it did, even though I can read and understand and speak a lot more than what this app offers. It would be very nice if a native Japanese speaker could redo the kana at least, if not the rest of the words, but changing everything to a native speaker would be best. It’s not a bad app in what is offered at all. It’s just that the speaking needs to be fixed. If it gets fixed, I can change the rating.
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