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Japanese people don't understand "motodachi" [Archive] - Kendo World Forums

by Takwann
Just checked my glossary. "Motodachi" is indeed "the receiver". Guess it's something that outside of kendo, it's not a term used in everyday speech in Nihongo


Taito: Be Ready To Draw

by Takwann (via)
Taito (tai-to)is a command and means "wear your sword". You have a shinai in your hand and carry it in your left hand in the sageto position.


by Takwann
- Pronunciation Guide - Colors - Numbers - Ranks & Titles - Dojo Courtesies - Dojo Commands The following set of Japanese words is provided to give the Karate student a working vocabulary in the dojo. The brief definitions given are as they would be used in relation to Karate and not necessarily in general conversation. Many Japanese words do not have an exact English counterpart so more than one definition may be listed. An example of this is the word ãtsukiä which literally means to thrust but is generally given in English as punch.


Japanese Swords, Ltd. - Glossary

by Takwann (via)
This glossary is intended to provide a basic vocabulary to beginning sword collectors and practitioners. Terms are listed alphabetically and can be accessed directly from the letters below.

A common language for interaction design |

by simon_bricolo
A common language for interaction design would improve the clarity and speed at which we communicate design.

Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds

by knann & 20 others
Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your friends.

Au service de l'Expérience Utilisateur |

by simon_bricolo
Version français du schéma de JJ Garrett sur "The elements of User Experience". Uniquement utile pour le vocabulaire francophone. (je sais cette note ne veut rien dire...)


eWord Game

by knann
Companion to textbook Houghton Mifflin Spelling and Vocabulary but still useful for grades 1-6. Hover over the word or definition to hear it read aloud.

Make your own comic with MAKE BELIEFS COMIX! Online Educational Comic Generator for Kids of All Ages

by knann
Looking for an alternative to a quiz or an assignment of boring vocabulary definitions written on notebook paper? Trying to find a way to prompt students to write even short passages? Trying to teach simple dialog to ESL/ELL students? Working on appropriate language and interpersonal skills with emotional support students? Looking for a creative way to make clever newsletter additions, bulletin board items, or class rules? Use this great online tool for both students and teachers to create web-based or printed comic strips from a selection of characters and voice bubbles-- and with your OWN text!

Visual Vocabulary for Information Architecture |

by simon_bricolo & 9 others
Un vocabulaire visuel pour décrire l’architecture d’information et la conception d'interaction

Rockle Lingomigo: Language Exchange Community

by vikram_govindan & 1 other
Learn languages from native speakers around the world. Includes specialized language chat with pronunciation and translation, language screensavers and videos. Free. No downloads.


by Hieroglyphe & 12 others
Quizlet is a tool for learning vocabulary

MapMyWord Graphic Dictionary & Thesaurus - The Free Vocabulary Builder Tool

by knann (via)
MapMyWord is an interactive graphic dictionary and thesaurus, which dynamically draws color-coded representation of words, relationships (16 types), and meanings in radial clickable graphs. The g, s, t superscripts denote words suitable for GRE, SAT, and TOEFL levels, respectively. Special editable features include Pronunciation, Wordlist Difficulty Setting, Next Word Randomization, Spelling Suggestions, Sample Usage mini-Messages, and Clickable Nodes and Words. Where can I use MapMyWord?

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