Writing Kanji, Kata, and Hiragana

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Writing Kanji, Kata, and Hiragana

Post by Kane » Tue 10.18.2011 8:52 pm

I have used DS Bimoji Training plus Tadashii Kanji to practice my writing but I have yet to find a suitable method for learning dialects and grammer. My tip is to practice at least 7 characters until you feel you can write pretty good with them. Don't try to do much because if you do, it will get boring and repetitive and you won't retain much of what you've done. :neutral:

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Re: Writing Kanji, Kata, and Hiragana

Post by furrykef » Wed 10.19.2011 9:58 am

I'm totally confused as to what your point is here. You want to learn dialects but haven't mastered kana yet?

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