Read the Kanji is a simple, fun, intuitive study tool for learning to read Japanese in context.
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Here are several tips to help you prepare, as shared by students who have previously taken the test! http://goo.gl/tjKHMU
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Learning kanji is often considered to be the most difficult part of studying Japanese. But it doesn’t have to be.…
A practical list to print out and keep on hand for learning kanji.
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