First and foremost, because the way to build vocabulary and reading comprehension of Japanese is (not surprisingly) to read Japanese, and to read a lot. Dailynihongo exploits this fact by performing daily imports of Japanese textfrom such sources as the Asahi newspaper, Wikipedia, childrens stories, and Japanese blogs. When the texts are in the database, readers who come to studythem have the convenience of a “click on a word and it pops up dictionary” to look up unfamiliar words in rapid succession.
Second, it is also clear that in order to memorize vocabulary, you have to go through it. It differs from person to person, but with initial memorization be time 0, the 1 minute mark, 10 minutes mark, the 1 hour mark, 1 day mark, and 1 weekmark seems to be the general guidelines that, if reviewed at these intervals thewords will be effective memory. The dailynihongo dictionary facilitates this principle by automatically put into words a user looked up in the user’s individualvocabulary brief set and finish them around the optimum time.
With that said, it is the author’s intention that these tools are utilized to the fullestextent possible. You are welcome to contact the webmaster with questions, comments and / or feedback.