LINGUIST List 10.1265

Mon Aug 30 1999

Qs: Decompounder Eng/Germ/Dutch, Kanji by Grade

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  1. Arishka, Decompounders for English, German and Dutch?
  2. Mark_Mandel, kanji by grade level

Message 1: Decompounders for English, German and Dutch?

Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1999 09:26:57 -0700 (PDT)
From: Arishka <arishkabay1.bjt.net>
Subject: Decompounders for English, German and Dutch?

Dear Subscribers,

Does anyone know of any free or commercial software that would decompose
English, German and/or Dutch compounds?

Thanks a lot for your help!

Ari
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Message 2: kanji by grade level

Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1999 18:53:22 -0400
From: Mark_Mandel <Mark_MandelDragonsys.com>
Subject: kanji by grade level

I understand that the Japanese government, perhaps the Ministry of Education,
not only has a list of which kanji a high-school graduate must know, but has
these subdivided by grade level. Can anyone tell me how I could get a copy of
the list, preferably in computer-readable format?

- Mark A. Mandel
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