Kanji Look and Learn, Workbook | Cheng & TsuiEmbed Size px x x x x All ri ltS rcservedo No part of this publication ma. Preface This book is a begillning to interlnediatclevel kanJi textbook for Japancsc-language leamers from cultures that do not use Chinese characters. It is designed for basically o types ofstudents those who have alreadybegun to leam ktti but Wantto he more fm in their studies,andthOSe without anybackground in kal i WhO Walltto Startleaming these characters. Katti callnOtbe mastcrcd ovemight,and many leamers ind thc characters to be illtimi dating,tricky to memorize,and easy to forget. We,the authors ofthis book,have frequently worked with such leamers in our roles as Japanese language instructors,so we deCided to pooltogether ideas from our daily teaching experiences to create atool forhclping students to tacklc kanJi.
Kanji Look and Learn, Workbook
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You have photographic memory. No big deal. That list of Jouyou Kanji —the that are used in everyday life and prerequisite for reading newspapers? Done… yesterday. Most of us have dreamed of this in the face of one of the most daunting aspects of the Japanese language: kanji.