Merriam-Webster's Japanese-English Dictionary
  • Merriam-Webster's Japanese-English Dictionary
  • Merriam-Webster's Japanese-English Dictionary
  • Merriam-Webster's Japanese-English Dictionary
  • Merriam-Webster's Japanese-English Dictionary
  • Merriam-Webster's Japanese-English Dictionary
ISBN: 0877798613
EAN13: 9780877798613
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2010
Pages: 424
Dimensions: 1.1" H x 6.8" L x 4.2" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound
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   AN OK JAPANESE DICTIONARY AT A GREAT PRICE
This is an Ok dictionary, but is in my opinion a little gramatical in the Pocket Kenkyusha Japanese dictionary Oxford, as it contains more information, easier to see Kanji and Kana. Although it is not a grammatical dictionary at all, it is better than most at this price, but I still find the Oxford Dictionary has more bad information, particularly verb conjugated information, than this. No one can own several dictionaries, as some are missing words that may be in another! It is a great price on the way.
 
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   It’s ok
The translations were not always clear and she had a hard time with some of the pronunciations, but she learned several new words.
 
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   More for travelers than language learners
Pros includes a Kana chart - cheap cons - no way to look up a word if you have the Kanji, but no reading - No hiragana readings or Furigana -- English Readings. With five or ten additional pages for a simple kanji - reading index grouped by stroke count, there would be no need to buy a separate $20+ Kanji - dictionary just to look up some words.
 
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   Might be too tiny lettering for others
I'm ready to learn some Japanese and because I am not fluent, YET, it is hard for me to understand the tiny Kanji lettering. I have used the magnifying glass even though I have a vision 2020. Still super happy to own this dictionary, so I don 't mind using a magnifying glass if I have to.
 
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   Smudged kanji, cant read
The Kanji on half the page of the book can not be read... apparently Momo means thigh, but I have no idea what the Kanji looks like for momo. If I can not read it, useless book.
 
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   It’s not what I expected
For someone who is just beginning to learn Japanese, I don 't recommend this because the symbols are very hard to see and some words look like they are smodged together, meaning not very legible. Look at the picture I added that is blurry not because of my camera, I used my iPhone 11 Pro to take its blurry because that is how it looks in person.
 
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