Kanji TrainingⅡ Remember the meaning of Kanji in JLPT N5/N4
What you'll learn
- You can learn how to remember and guess the meaning of JPLT N5 / N4 Kanji characters.
- It is used as a kanji dictionary for JPLT N5 / N4. This course contains 294 characters for one and 539 characters for two Kanji characters.
- You can learn how to use Kanji characters in everyday situations.
- Through reading aloud practice, you can prevent "return reading" and understand in Japanese word order. You can improve your listening and reading comprehension
- You can learn how to read two Kanji characters that are often used in daily life (for example, hospitals, banks, meals, trains, schools).
- This course offers exercises, proficiency tests, and comprehensive questions. If you make a mistake, practice repeatedly so that you don't make a mistake again.
- Japanese is beginner or above
This is a Kanji character training course Part2 that focuses on exercises with explanations. Reading aloud is the most effective way to improve your Japanese listening and reading comprehension. To do so, you first need to be able to read Japanese. In Part1, you learned how to read JPLT N5 and N4 Kanji characters. In this Part 2, you will learn how to remember the meaning of JPLT N5/N4 Kanji characters and how to guess their meaning.
Reading the Kanji will be fun if you learn "how to remember" the meaning of the Kanji and "how to guess" the meaning of the Kanji that you do not know at all. Here, you will learn how to remember the meaning of JPLT N5/N4 Kanji characters.
For example, do you understand the meaning of the Kanji "学校"? "学校" consists of two Kanji, "学（ガク）" and "校（コウ）". Here, the kun-yomi of "学" is "まな（ぶ）", isn't it?
In English, it means “Learn”. Even if you don't understand the meaning of the Kanji "学校", you can guess that it is a Kanji related to "learn". From here, "学校" means "School" in "まなぶところ（maanabu-tokoro）".
By the end of this course, you will be able to learn the meaning of Kanji characters and guess the Kanji characters you see for the first time. You can understand the contents of Japanese sentences, even long sentences, while reading. You can understand the content of the conversation while listening to it even in conversations with Japanese friends.
It is used as a kanji dictionary for JPLT N5 / N4. In order to learn how to read Kanji characters, this course contains 294 characters for one Kanji character and 539 characters for two Kanji characters including that Kanji character. There is an index so that you can easily see where and which Kanji characters you learned.
Some kanji learned at N3 level and above are also included. However, it is limited to the Kanji that you listen to and read very often in your daily life.
In this course's "One Point Advice", we introduce various radicals (bush). Each radical has its own meaning. If you remember that, you can guess the meaning of Kanji characters with the same radical.
For example, many Kanji characters with radicals "Ninben" and "イ" are "related to people." 体, 休, 使 etc. They mean Body, Rest, and Use, respectively.
In addition, I will proceed while asking many questions to the students. You are not just listening.
I also spend time practicing reading aloud.
Who this course is for:
- Those who want to learn how to remember and guess the meaning of JLPT N5/N4 kanji characters.
- Those who take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N4, N5
- Those who want to improve their Japanese listening and reading comprehension.
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