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Japanese with Memo the Dragon 2
Continued learning with Memo the Dragon. Interactive animations, exercises.
Looking for a Japanese course for a child aged 4-6 years? メモドラゴンと学ぶ日本語2 is the second part of the adventures of the fantastic Memo the Dragon, giving children a pleasant and engaging way of learning 100 Japanese words from everyday life. The SuperMemo method, famous all over the world, will make your child master them for good.
Learning Japanese with メモドラゴンと学ぶ日本語2 is intended for kids. Memo the Dragon introduces children to words and phrases from thematic areas such as body parts, the home and courtesies by means of 10 interactive boards. Funny and engaging animations make learning Japanese with Memo the Dragon inspire children’s imaginations, building a strong motivation to continue learning Japanese with the course.
The Japanese course for children consists of 200 interactive exercises aimed at testing the child’s level of knowledge of the material and its retention. After solving each task, the SuperMemo method enters the action, determining the optimal time for each repetition and contributing to the result that the child makes progress in a flash.
Memo the Dragon teaches Japanese in Polish, English, French, Russian, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese and Portuguese (Brazilian).
- Good Morning, Thank You, Excuse Me!
- My Home
- Body Parts
- Food and Drink
- The Forest
- The Lake
- Treasure Island
- Fun in the Snow
What does learning Japanese with Memo the Dragon look like?
In the course メモドラゴンと学ぶ日本語2 the child first learns the new material and then develops it through two series of exercises. Each lesson starts with working via an interactive thematic board. The child’s task is to find all of the words hidden on it by clicking on its elements. Each new find is accompanied by a funny animation and a recording of the pronunciation. After getting familiar with the new material, the child moves on to the first series of exercises, consisting of listening to a recording and indicating the object identified by it. Both correct and incorrect solutions to the puzzles trigger animations and playbacks of the recordings. In the second group of exercises, the child has to match a presented picture with the appropriate caption. In the case of the kids who cannot yet read, matching takes place after clicking on the caption and playing back the recording. All exercises are checked on an ongoing basis. Based on each answer given, the SuperMemo algorithm determines the repetition of the word at the moment optimal for its memorization. By completing a designated part of the material every day, the child learns Japanese quickly and effectively.
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