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For lv2 JLPT. Does 6,000 words already covered 1,000 kanji?

Postby lgmcben » Sat 07.02.2005 4:18 am

If one mastered 6,000 words in the vocabulary list for lv2 JLPT. Does that means he/she also mastered 1,000 kanji needed for this level?

I'm asking this because I see many 'single kanji' in the lv2 JLPT's vocabulary list. And I enjoy studying vocabulary more than studying single kanji one-by-one.

Thank you ^^
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RE: For lv2 JLPT. Does 6,000 words already covered 1,000 kan

Postby nonenone1234 » Sun 09.11.2005 9:51 am

learned 6000 words(with kanji)?

Then he has mastered 1000 kanji needed for the level.

May I also know why do you think studying vocabulary is more enjoyable than studying single kanji one-by-one?
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