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About *Kanji*

Danilo L. Talavera Jr.
Asked 6 years ago

Its really difficult to learn Kanji. I got no problems in to Hiragana and Katakana. But the Kanji is really pressure me a lot. I'd try to ask my friend from Japan if its okay to avoid to study the Kanji. But she say, some Japanese alphabet have mixed with Kanji with Hiragana. So its really importantly to learn that. What should I do? Please help!

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Hi!

Yes, I have to say that your Japanese friend is right;  If you hope to learn ONLY to speak Japanese, you could avoid learning kanji.  But eventually you'll have to learn all the three letters (hiragana, katakana, and kanji).

Kanji look complicated.  But if you learn them step by step, you'll realize that most of them are made of some simple "parts." (such as 木、目、日etc.)  And, you can learn the "parts" in the begining easily.  Does this make sence?

You don't need to worry too much about kanji at this point.  Learning a new language should be FUN!  We've tried to make it as fun as possible in our lessons.  Please feel free to ask any question here.  We'd love to help you!

Masako
Answered 6 years ago

Ohhh, so can I really have a conversation to Japanese people just using only a (Hiragana, and Katakana?) But I also keep on studying Kanji alphabet.

Danilo L. Talavera Jr.
Commented 6 years ago

Ohhh, so can I really have a conversation to Japanese people just using only a (Hiragana, and Katakana?) But I also keep on studying Kanji alphabet.

Danilo L. Talavera Jr.
Commented 6 years ago

Ohhh, so can I really have a conversation to Japanese people just using only a (Hiragana, and Katakana?) But I also keep on studying Kanji alphabet.

Danilo L. Talavera Jr.
Commented 6 years ago

Ohhh, so can I really have a conversation to Japanese people just using only a (Hiragana, and Katakana?) But I also keep on studying Kanji alphabet.

Danilo L. Talavera Jr.
Commented 6 years ago