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Post by Advent_Sun » Thu 07.12.2007 5:54 pm

Well, it's the strokes and meanings I memorize the easiest. Pronounciations too.

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Post by Rypermanji » Thu 07.12.2007 6:11 pm

I'm sorry....what was the point of this thread? And uhhh which part is hard then? It sounded like you were saying, "These two parts of learning Kanji are easy, but this one is hard".....yet I fail to see any difficulty in what you are saying.......so learning Kanji is a cinch then? Ok, we'll be sure to test you very soon on your kanji knowledge ~_^

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Post by richvh » Thu 07.12.2007 6:45 pm

The hard part is the sheer quantity.
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Post by Advent_Sun » Thu 07.12.2007 6:52 pm

Rypermanji wrote:
I'm sorry....what was the point of this thread? And uhhh which part is hard then? It sounded like you were saying, "These two parts of learning Kanji are easy, but this one is hard".....yet I fail to see any difficulty in what you are saying.......so learning Kanji is a cinch then? Ok, we'll be sure to test you very soon on your kanji knowledge ~_^

Don't think we won't...

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Crap. I posted in the wrong thread. How'd the hell daid a end up making this one? Whatever...

Maybe I chat too much. Look, pronounciation and memorizing strokes is the least of my worries. Like the poster above said, the true challenge lies in the sheer quantity.

As far as testing me... maybe I do chat too much. I look forward to some testing later on though. PLease keep that in mind about 30 days from now.

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Post by richvh » Thu 07.12.2007 7:39 pm

You probably clicked "New Thread" when you meant to click "New Reply".
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