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Chinese, Japanese, Korean Character Practice Paper?

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geek_frappa

where can i find good practice paper online to download?

to practice my chinese characters?

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ralph1414

I draw my grid on sheet(s) of Viva paper towel with a magic marker and then lay my practice paper on top. I buy my practice paper from Acornplanet.com in full size sheets and it is thin enough to see the grid through. I think this is less expensive than buying pre-printed practice paper.

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I draw my grid on sheet(s) of Viva paper towel with a magic marker and then lay my practice paper on top. I buy my practice paper from Acornplanet.com in full size sheets and it is thin enough to see the grid through. I think this is less expensive than buying pre-printed practice paper.

you can download practice sheets for free...

http://chinese.primezero.com/soleri/chinesepracticepaper.php

for now, only two sizes are available...


  • > 1/2" (1.27 cm)
    > 3/8" (0.95 cm)

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dreamon

For those who use LaTeX, here is a script for the grid (with thick lines to use underneath a white paper sheet):

\documentclass{article}

\topmargin=-1.4in

\oddsidemargin=-0.89in

\textheight=11in

\textwidth=8.5in

\pagestyle{empty}

\begin{document}

\begin{picture}(0,0)

\linethickness{2pt}

\unitlength=13.3333mm

\multiput(0,0)(1,0){16}{\line(0,-1){20}}

\multiput(0,0)(0,-1){21}{\line(1,0){15}}

\linethickness{1pt}

\multiput(0.5,-20)(2,0){7}{\dashbox{0.05}(1,20)[l]{}}

\put(14.5,-20){\dashbox{0.05}(0.5,20)[l]{}}

\multiput(0,-1.5)(0,-2){10}{\dashbox{0.05}(15,1)[l]{}}

\end{picture}

\end{document}

Edit: Here I attached the PDF of the grid. It is for the U.S. Letter paper format, you will have to tweak the numbers for A4.

grid.pdf

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Shelley

I made some practice sheets up for myself using excel.If I knew how I would happily share them. Not sure how to share an excel file here.

Shelley :mellow:

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jbradfor

Add it as an attachment to your post.

If it won't let you add an .xls file, just go and rename the file to add ".txt" at the end, e.g. grid.xls.txt, and post that.

[Roddy, why does the system care what type of file you attach?]

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renzhe
[Roddy, why does the system care what type of file you attach?]

Viruses, most likely. And excel sheets can contain them.

That said, roddy probably left it with at the forum software defaults.

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dreamon

Here is a LaTeX script that leaves some space between character rows, for pinyin:

\documentclass{article}

\topmargin=-0.93in

\oddsidemargin=-0.95in

\textheight=11in

\textwidth=8.5in

\pagestyle{empty}

\begin{document}

\begin{picture}(0,0)

\unitlength=0.5in

\linethickness{2pt}

\multiput(0,0)(0,-1.33){16}{\line(1,0){16}}

\multiput(0,1)(0,-1.33){16}{\line(1,0){16}}

\multiput(0,0)(0,-1.33){16}{\multiput(0,0)(1,0){17}{\line(0,1){1}}}

\linethickness{1pt}

\multiput(0,0)(0,-1.33){16}{\dashbox{0.05}(16,0.5)[l]{}}

\multiput(0,0)(0,-1.33){16}{\multiput(0.5,0)(2,0){8}{\dashbox{0.05}(1,1)[l]{}}}

\end{picture}

\end{document}

grid2.pdf

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