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Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Course Review: Is It A Waste of Time?

By Donald Ash | Japanese Kanji

Today we’ll take an in-depth look at a a kanji-learning textbook in this Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Course Review…Remember when you started studying Japanese and you thought, “This is fun!” “This is exciting.” You started learning those basic phrases and actually started remembering them! You even got that hiragana stuff down without even breaking a 汗 […]

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My Journey to 1000 Kanji: #46-60 (Week 4)

By Donnie | Articles

Okay, so it’s on the the next set. ENJOY! 46.子- The Japanese symbol for child. Also the rat in the Chinese zodiac. On-yomi: シ shi、スsu Kun-yomi: こ ko Sentence: 子どものとこ、たくさんえいがいをみました。Kodomo no toki, takusan eiga wo mimashita. When I was a child, I watched a lot of movies. 47.京- The kanji for capital. On-yomi: N/A Kun-yomi: キョウ kyou、ケイkei […]

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