Furigana, romaji, and separated words for all Illustrated Situations
All scripts in the Illustrated Situations module on the website have been improved for better readability.
Now Furigana is displayed at the top of all Kanji so that you can practice your reading skills more easily. Furigana are small Hiragana characters that indicate how a Kanji must be read.
You can also now choose to add spaces between words if you have a hard time understanding how the sentence is built.
For people who have little time to learn how to read Japanese, I've also included the Romaji version of the script at the bottom of the Kanji version. That way, everybody can work the way it suits them better.
Let me know if you appreciate those new features.