Comments on: Learning kanji by reading manga http://www.languagehack.com/2010/03/17/learning-kanji-by-reading-manga/ Learn languages Mon, 02 Oct 2017 07:47:53 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.2.1 By: How to learn kanji http://www.languagehack.com/2010/03/17/learning-kanji-by-reading-manga/#comment-9015 How to learn kanji Thu, 05 May 2011 17:16:21 +0000 http://www.languagehack.com/2010/03/17/learning-kanji-by-reading-manga/#comment-9015 <p>I agree: reading manga and just doing fun stuff in japanese is a surefire way to get used to the language, and learn the kanji in a very natural way.</p> <p>What other resources I know about? Heisig's Remembering The Kanji. The method that he describes to tackle the learning of kanji... is just brilliant. You can check it out if you want:</p> <p>How to learn kanji using Remembering The Kanji</p> I agree: reading manga and just doing fun stuff in japanese is a surefire way to get used to the language, and learn the kanji in a very natural way.

What other resources I know about? Heisig’s Remembering The Kanji. The method that he describes to tackle the learning of kanji… is just brilliant. You can check it out if you want:

How to learn kanji using Remembering The Kanji

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By: Best way to learn kanji http://www.languagehack.com/2010/03/17/learning-kanji-by-reading-manga/#comment-8652 Best way to learn kanji Mon, 18 Apr 2011 21:41:44 +0000 http://www.languagehack.com/2010/03/17/learning-kanji-by-reading-manga/#comment-8652 <p>Indeed, learning kanji is probably the most "difficult" part of learning Japanese... if tackled incorrectly. Personally, memorizing stroke orders and writing each kanji over and over again never worked for me. I decided to follow the method of "Remembering the kanji" in order to learn the kanji BEFORE learning how to actually read them. And for the readings... immersing oneself in the language and doing stuff like reading manga, visiting websites in japanese, etc , is the sure-fire way of eventually hit fluency.</p> Indeed, learning kanji is probably the most “difficult” part of learning Japanese… if tackled incorrectly. Personally, memorizing stroke orders and writing each kanji over and over again never worked for me. I decided to follow the method of “Remembering the kanji” in order to learn the kanji BEFORE learning how to actually read them. And for the readings… immersing oneself in the language and doing stuff like reading manga, visiting websites in japanese, etc , is the sure-fire way of eventually hit fluency.

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