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And they don't break each kanji symbol down for you.
They expect you just to memorize the 2/3 compund Kanji as a word.
Do you know a place where they teach you the root kanji where you can build up?
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Actually, learning kanji as part of words is usually considered more effective than learning them in isolation.
The best way is probably to do _both_. That's why kanji flashcards usually have a few common words for the kanji on them.
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