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Computer Assistance for Reading and Writing Japanese as a Foreign Language
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CALICO Journal Volume 19, Number 3, ISSN 0742-7778

Abstract

Computers can aid students of Japanese as a foreign language (JFL) by rapidly teaching the language's 2000 written characters, automatically translating words and documents, and assisting with input of Japanese texts. Introduces and evaluates new software technologies that significantly ease the reading and writing of Japanese. (Author/VWL)

Citation

Houser, C., Yokoi, S. & Yasuda, T. (2002). Computer Assistance for Reading and Writing Japanese as a Foreign Language. CALICO Journal, 19(3), 541. Retrieved February 19, 2020 from .

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