August 28 2002 at 3:44 PM

Response to Japanese Dictionary help!

Why not an electroninc one?
They get the answers faster, have jump options to save you time flicking through pages, can fit 4 or more dictionaries in the one machine, are light, and last longer than paper ones?
I have a few paper ones, but I never use them.
My Canon is great for studying kanji and can even make little tests of kanji or words you select, (up to 500 at a time).

If you want a little gaijin back pocket dictionary the Webster is about the most compact...

Sanseido if you like the Japanese (non-gaijin) version.

But I'm sure people who actually use the paper ones will have a better recommendation than me.


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