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Today we are going to continue our series of articles on learning Japanese for beginners, and this is our JLPT N5 basics part 2. If you have missed the first part, you can check it here: Learning Japanese Basics: Inside
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Today we are starting out a series of articles, where we are going to discuss topics related to learning Japanese language. And as today is our first day of the series, we are going to focus on basics. 🙂
When one decides to learn Japanese, Kanji can be really confusing. Not only because of the strokes. But also because Kanji has a lot of variations in its sound. Actually, not only sounds. One Kanji also has various meanings. In this
Each week, we explain one kanji. Let's start with “To Study”.
JLPT Level: N5
Other meanings: to learn (v.), school (n.), education (n.), knowledge (n.), science (n.)
. On: ガク (Gaku)
. Kun: まなぶ (Manabu)
Suffix: -gaku (“study of”, “-logy”)
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