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1. Word Search Demo

1-1: Example of inputting a noun

Enter "筆箱,鉛筆,ナイフ,はさみ,コンパス,定規,分度器,消しゴム"

1-2: Example of inputting a verb

Enter "遊ぶ,重なる,返す,相次ぐ,歩く,怪我する,集まる,慈しむ"

1-3: Examples of inputting an i-adjective and a na-adjective

Enter "明るい,嬉しい,巨大な,元気な"

1-4: "Flex" searching

The word search will search the entries (in kanji) and their conjugated forms (forms in hiragana including the plain form). All of the entries and their conjugated forms added to the database can be viewed here.

Try searching with "書く".

Try searching with "かけば".

Try searching with "書けば".Likely unable to complete search.

If there are no entries that correspond to the input, a "flex" search is carried out by searching using solely the kanji in the word and all of the matching words are listed.

1-5 Search the new words that appear in a particular unit of a textbook.

Enter Unit 16 to Unit 16 of "Minna No Nihongo"

1-6 Search the adjectives that appear in a particular textbook.

Enter i-adjective for "Minna No Nihongo"

1-7 Search for nouns with initial-high accents in a particular textbook.

Enter noun and initial-high with the textbook set to "Minna No Nihongo".

1-8 Search for 3 mora nouns that appear in a certain textbook.

Select nouns and 3 moraes with the textbook set to "Minna No Nihongo".

1-9 Search for the verbs that appear in a particular textbook and are level 4 vocabulary for the old JLPT.

Select verb and level 4 setting the textbook to "Minna No Nihongo".

1-10: Add "ta form" for a beginner Japanese verb.

It will read all verbs that appear in chapters 18 and 19 from "Minna No Nihongo" . "nakatta form", "ba form", "causative form", "passive form", "imperative form", "potential form", "volitional from" have not been learned yet so they will not be shown. They will be displayed in the order "masu form", "dictionary form", "te form", "ta form", "nai form".

2. Suffix Search Demo

3. Text Search demo

4. Suzuki-kun demo

4-1: Demo showing the differences between Mountain-hill, Beginner, and Advanced views with simple sentences

Pitch: Advanced, Accent: Advanced

Pitch: Beginner, Accent: Beginner

Pitch: Mountain-hill, Accent: Beginner

4-2: Sample sentence

Sample text without phrase breaks

Sample text with phrase breaks

EJHIB2015 講習会用サンプル

4-3: Details of text read-aloud

Details of text read-aloud