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Best page to learn kanji?

Postby alx123 » Mon 10.29.2007 7:18 pm

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What is the best page or book to learn kanjis since allmost all of the pages I have seen if they dont have the kanji small they dont have steps so its difficult to learn it. Thats why I would like to know the best page or book or program?
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RE: Best page to learn kanji?

Postby Wakannai » Tue 10.30.2007 6:39 am

the best page or book is the one you use every day.
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RE: Best page to learn kanji?

Postby yukamina » Wed 10.31.2007 12:58 pm

I've heard Kanji in Context is very good. I don't know if it's beginner friendly or what the print is like, though.
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RE: Best page to learn kanji?

Postby clay » Wed 10.31.2007 1:05 pm

Kanji in Context is excellent, but the subtitle and design of the book is 'A Study System for Intermediate & Advanced Learners.' You would be better off with the Basic Kanji Book or -much cheaper- a book like Kanji & Kana.

I definitely agree with Wakannai's point. There is no such thing as the best book for everyone. But any decent kanji book, if actually used, will help you a lot.
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RE: Best page to learn kanji?

Postby alx123 » Wed 10.31.2007 4:51 pm

Thanks Everyone!!
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RE: Best page to learn kanji?

Postby Near » Wed 10.31.2007 6:04 pm

Like the others said, everyone learns differently. Some people can pick up Kanji by reading online articles and stories, while others prefer a structured approach, while others use multiple methods at once. There's really no "best way" or "best book" to learn/use. I personally prefer books that teach various concepts at once.
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