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When should i start adding Kanji drills

BadSeed
Asked 5 years ago

I just wanted to ask what you guys think , when should i start adding Kanji drills from the vocabulary ? I'm in 1/3 of the begginer lessons and i don't know if i should do more begginer lessons or focus on kanji or maybe a little of both .

i started adding kanji for the words that are used often in the lessons, they will show up later, as they showed up in lessons i removed them. I also started just adding words i was hearing doing other things. So, id add a little kanji for the common stuff, ko/so/a/do words and such and add more as you feel comfortable.

Keith
Commented 5 years ago

I only recently started adding kanji to my drills (I'm 1/3 into advanced). I have sometimes added some vocabulary.

Rawstyle
Commented 5 years ago

I recommend adding all the kanji as soon as possible. The earlier you begin learning kanji the less harder it gets and the easier it becomes to learn the new more complicated kanji. 頑張ってください!

melon
Commented 5 years ago

While melon is correct, i think sticking to kanji of the words covered in your current lessons should be your guide, that way you already know the word, so when the kanji version shows up you can connect them together. then start adding other words that use similar kanji, and so on and so forth. Just know, adding to much kanji can become overwhelming come drill time.

Keith
Commented 5 years ago

Know someone who might be able to answer this question?

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