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While you can use the Character Map accessory (Linux, Windows) to occasionally enter a few characters, you will want to install an input method if you intend to input Japanese characters with any frequency. Linux A popular method on Linux … Continue reading
Recent versions of operating systems should display Japanese characters without additional configuration. The following sample displays fine on Linux (tested: Firefox, Konqueror) and Windows XP (tested: Firefox, IE): ã™ã¹ã¦ã®äººé–“ã¯ã€ç”Ÿã¾ã‚ŒãªãŒã‚‰ã«ã—ã¦è‡ªç”±ã§ã‚ã‚Šã€ ã‹ã¤ã€å°ŠåŽ³ã¨æ¨©åˆ©ã¨ ã«ã¤ã„ã¦å¹³ç‰ã§ã‚ã‚‹ã€‚ äººé–“ã¯ã€ç†æ€§ã¨è‰¯å¿ƒã¨ã‚’æŽˆã‘ã‚‰ã‚Œã¦ãŠã‚Šã€ äº’ã„ã«åŒèƒžã®ç²¾ç¥žã‚’ã‚‚ã£ã¦è¡Œå‹•ã—ãªã‘ã‚Œã°ãªã‚‰ãªã„ã€‚ If you’re using IE8, you may have … Continue reading
Whatever course material you use to study will provide detailed guidelines for pronunciation. I’ll also discuss some audio reference material in a later post, once I get past the mechanics of the written language. For a quick introduction you may … Continue reading
The Japanese writing system consists of three main components: hiragana and katakana (collectively known as kana), and kanji. Arabic numerals are often used instead of traditional numerals. Occasionally Latin characters are used for effect. RÅmaji is used to phonetically transcribe … Continue reading