It’s kinda of hard to believe I know 161 kanji. Progress! I’ve been using “Remembering the Kanji 1″ by James W. Heisig as a starting spot for kanji. I felt, because I am self studying Japanese this would potentially be a good way to go about it. If you are also self studying Japanese do you have any tips, suggestions, etc? ∗∇∗
There are tons of kanji to be learned. I am currently using the Heisig method to learn them. I know around 56 and my goal is to learn 2,000 in one year. Here is some background information on what I already know with Japanese. I know Hiragana and Katakana, and around 140 vocab. It’s not much but it’s still a start •∇• My idea to start learning kanji right away is so that i can be able to read. which will hopefully make learning the grammar a little bit easier.
This is the excerpt for your very first post.
Hey! I’m currently studying Japanese and Spanish. I’m also a full fledged coffee addict. If you wanna read about my journey with learning these languages then I welcome you to stay tuned! ^^