Hello, everyone! My name is Moon, Young Joon. I am from Korea, so please
forgive my broken English. I am a graduate student of the Electrical
Engineering Department at The Ohio State University.
As engineering student, I can easily access new technology. Due to that
fact, , I could boost my Japanese level in a relatively in short time. What?
Are you asking me how much is a relatively short time?
O.K. Let's look at it this way. One year ago, I could read one Japanese
newspaper article in 5 hours using with dictionaries by traditional methods.
Why dictionaries? I need dictionaries such as the KANJIJISHO to look up
KANJI (Chinese character) and a WAEIJITEN to find out the meaning of the
Whew! You know, that was tough for me. I almost gave up on Japanese.
However, after using the Internet to read Japanese newspapers, I can read
what once took me 5 hours to read in only a scant 3 minutes.
You might be saying, "You're kidding me!" If you can't believe that I could
do this, I strongly recommend that you read this manual thoroughly.
So let's find out how I did it!
Young Joon Moon
April, 2000 at the Baker systems computer lab of OSU
P.S This document will be provided in Japanese and Korean in the near future.
Please check out my home page. I will post this in pdf format.