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Old 2007-05-07, 01:12   Link #1
NibelungTaisa
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looking for a manga for beginners

well it is not for me but for one of my classmate in our beginner japanese class...she is trying to find a manga that is still in japanese that is easy to read...well at least a manga that can help a beginner in japanese...anyone have any recommendation? it could be a kid's manga like pokemon etc, just any manga in japanese that can be easy to read...i hope my choice of words are understandable...THANKS!!!
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Old 2007-05-07, 06:26   Link #2
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Old 2007-05-08, 10:29   Link #3
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I'd suggest Yotsubato, it's an easy read and very enjoyable.
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Old 2007-05-08, 23:12   Link #4
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maybe...

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Old 2007-05-10, 22:51   Link #5
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Yotsubato! (comes with furigana for the kanji, very simple ... sometimes the font used for background dialog can be challenging) -- 6 volumes so far

Lucky*Star (also has furigana for the kanji but sometimes the clever wordplay can be difficult) - 4 volumes so far

Azumanga Daioh (a bit challenging but the complete series is only 4 volumes)

Mahoraba: Heartful Days (also a bit challenging but has furigana -- 13 volumes/complete I think)

That's really the key.... make sure the kanji has furigana (eases pronunciation and lookup).
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Old 2007-05-11, 01:35   Link #6
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furigana? what is that? is that anpother word or name for hiragana? or is it another writing system in japanese along with hiragana, katakana, and kanji? oh me and my friend know how to read hiragana, dislike therefore never got used to katakas, and havent learned much kanji's. gonna go and check out japantown and see what they can recommend to me and my classmate...
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Old 2007-05-11, 15:08   Link #7
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Furigana - small hiragana symbols next to kanji. They are placed there for readers to be sure which meaning of kanji symbol was used.
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Old 2007-05-13, 03:16   Link #8
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