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Beginning Japanese: Get Started Learning Kanji for the JLPT N4

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The JLPT N4 examination is the second beginner level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. The test covers about about 250 Kanji, including about 100 characters from the JLPT N5 test.

Kanji Aren't Difficult—They Just Take Patience and Practice

Patience, practice, and perseverance are your friends when it comes to learning Japanese Kanji. Focus on the main readings (pronunciations) of each Kanji, but don't get bogged down by trying to memorize every single exceptional reading. (Even some Japanese don't know all the special readings!)

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