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Lars Yencken committed 09aeafa

Improves help prose, mentioning use as a standard dictionary.

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 <h1>Help</h1>
 
 <h2>Using similarity search</h2>
-<p>Similarity search is designed to help you find a kanji you don't know, by
-using a similar one as a query. For example, suppose you ran into the kanji
-<span lang="ja">動</span>, which you hadn't seen before. It looks a lot like
-one you do know, <span lang="ja">働</span> from <span>働く</span>
-<em>hataraku</em> "to work". So, you enter <span lang="ja">働</span> as query,
-and can quickly find the unknown kanji.</p>
+
+<p>First of all, this site can be used as a basic kanji dictionary. Enter the
+kanji into the search box and press return, then click on it again, and you'll
+be taken to its translation. More interestingly though, it can also be used to
+find a kanji which you <em>don't know how to type in</em>. Here's how it
+works.</p>
+
+<p>Suppose you ran into the kanji <span
+  lang="ja">動</span>, which you hadn't seen before. It looks a lot like one
+you do know, <span lang="ja">働</span> from <span>働く</span>
+<em>hataraku</em> "to work". If you enter <span lang="ja">働</span> as query,
+the search display will show you a number of kanji which look similar.
+Searching this way, you can quickly find the unknown kanji you want.</p>
 
 <p>If you enter a query, and can't immediately see the kanji you're looking
-for, you should click on the next closest match. By doing this a few times, you should hopefully find the kanji you're looking for.</p>
+for in the results, you should click on the next closest match. By doing this
+a few times, you should hopefully find your target kanji.</p>
 
 <p>Whilst this form of search is designed for single-kanji queries, you can
 also use it for words by querying any of the kanji in the word. When you find