DSZhongwen v1.0b

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  1. shaunj66
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    DSZhongwen v1.0b

    Brush up on your Chinese language skills








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    GBAtemp member rrc2soft has informed me that he has released version 1.0b of his homebrew app 'DSZhongwen'. rrc2soft states that it is not a full blown course in itself, rather DSZhongwen is a clever little app that should aid anyone who is currently learning Mandarin Chinese.[title:DSZhongwen 1.0b]DSZhongwen is a small "homebrew" application for the Nintendo DS, aimed to help you in learning the basics of mandarin chinese. It should not be considered as a course by itself (we are learning the basics of chinese, as of 2007 ^_-), but only as a tool for aiding you in strengthening your knowledge of the chinese language.



    Version v1.0b:



    - New exam added: "Meaning". Check if you know the correct hanzi associated with a certain meaning.

    - Minor bugs fixed.

    - All ideograms from my elemental chinese class have been added (26 lessons).
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    Thanks to rrc2soft himself for the news!


     
  2. lagman

    lagman I wish I was green.

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    Spanish option and happy faces? [​IMG]
    *two thumbs up*
     
  3. Tokas

    Tokas GBAtemp Regular

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    Nice. [​IMG]

    Are there something like this in japanese too?
     
  4. rrc2soft

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    On the homebrew arena: KanaDS, DSLearnJ, ProjectJDS.

    Search'em. Use'em. Enjoy'em [​IMG]
     
  5. Lupigen

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    All right!
    With this, I can translate that letter and continue my search for Lan Di!
     
  6. thac0nfus3done

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    Unfortunately, Lan Di is already dead, sorry.