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Message 1 of 231 July 2017 at 10:58pm | IP Logged
So I've just started learning Japanese. After much research, I found that it would be
easier to learn the kanji before moving on to the vocabulary. Following the advice I'd
found, I've decided to start with making a blog to follow my progress and learn the kanji
using Remembering the Kanji by James W. Heisig. One thing I noticed in the introduction
was that it said that it doesn't teach grammar or compounds. I've tried looking, but I
can't find a reasonable answer to my question; once I've learned the kanji, how should I
move on to learn to use grammar and compounds to I can properly use and understand kanji?
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Message 2 of 201 August 2017 at 3:58pm | IP Logged
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