Nihongo: Flash Card in Japanese Language

Kanji is one of the three scripts used in Japanese which is difficult to write and memorize. It is an ideograms, that is, each character has its own meaning and corresponds to one word. By combining word characters, more words can be created. Example the combination of "electricity" with "car" means "train". There are several ten thousands of characters, of which almost more than 2000 are required to understand. But hey have 2, 136 kanji considered common in a daily use. kanji pronounced in at least two ways, a Chinese (on yomi) and a Japanese (kun yomi). This are used for writing nouns, adjectives, adverbs and verbs. But unlike the Chinese language, Japanese can not be written entirely in kanji. It is easier for you to memorize the kanji if it is written in the correct order of stroke and direction and use flashcard. To further enhance your knowledge in kanji click and download this file to helps you.
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