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    1. Kitさんもコメントありがとうございます🥰 Yeah, I always tell my students to learn Kanji with radicals and mnemonics, and I think it is fun!

  1. Oh wow, I didn’t know the ethymology of the red kanji. Even thought it’s interesting to study how the kanji evolved over time, it’s more for historians and advanced learners. For the average student it’s more useful to learn to decompose them like to radical like here:

    1. 勇利さん、コメントありがとうございます😊 I completely agree that it is useful to learn radicals when you try to memorise Kanji. If you know radicals, a lot of Kanji make sense. When you learn kanji with this kind of impactful stories and pictures like this, they are more likely to be retained in your memory.

  2. 初めてのコメントありがとうございます!I hope you liked this kind of Kanji video. I will do my best to make good videos in the future 😊

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