JLPT Kanji N3 (New Complete Master Series The Japanese Language Proficiency Test: N3) Chinese Characters
Publisher: Goyal Publishers
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Author: Yamazaki Hiroko Ishii reiko, Aoyagi Masako,Suzuki Hideko,Takagi Miho,Morita Ryoko
Publisher: Goyal Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd
Publishing Date: 2019
Introduction This book is a kanji textbook for learners who have completed learning 300 kanji up to N4 and enter the intermediate level. In all 25 times, you will learn mainly N3 level 354 kanji. When studying, you will prepare for the kanji and words you will learn at that time in the separate "List of Kanji and Words", and then you will solve the problems in this book and learn the kanji. One of the features of this book is that you can learn while using kanji as a word in a sentence, instead of picking up the kanji itself one by one from the standpoint that "kanji is necessary for word notation". Is to devise. This is consistently the same as the previously published "New Complete Master Kanji Japanese Language Proficiency Test N2" and "Do NI". Another feature is the systematization of N3 level kanji, focusing on the characteristics that each kanji has in the Japanese writing system and the necessity and learning difficulty for N3 level learners. , I am trying to learn. Many kanji have kun'yomi and on-yomi, but both are not always used equally, and some may need to be learned at a higher level. In addition, there are kanji that can make a large number of words centered on on-yomi, and it can be said that such kanji have a great effect by learning one character. On the other hand, there are many ways to read N3 level words, which gives learners the impression that Chinese characters are difficult. Until now, I think that much attention has not been paid to the characteristics of such kanji.