View topic - The Next Stage: Intermediate Kanji, I think?
Finished Genki I and Genki II.
About to finish Basic Kanji Book I and II with the graceful assistance of Anki.
About to dive into "An Integrated Approach to Intermediate Japanese" and am using Japanese Pod101 and anime has a listening comprehension supplement. But I fear I'll miss the kanji bit once I finish BKB (where does that put me? Around 500 kanji with Genki and BKB covered?).
So I guess my question is, what should be my next kanji resource? Am I ready to go out in the world and just sort of...soak it up?
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I would recommend using Kanji in Context.
It contains all the jouyou kanji and 2 extra for a total of 1,947. It doesn't include workbook type practice stuff like I've seen with the kanji books you have used but it does have work books that you can buy seperate which are pretty helpful for practice reading the kanji "in context" but no actual writing practice as far as i remember. I just use a notebook myself.
It also breaks the kanji into 6 levels so you aren't burdened by the idea of going from 1 to 1,947.
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