Learning Kanji

Last year, I took the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N4 (the easiest is N5 and the hardest is N1). I had to learn around 200 kanji characters for the test, but after the test I forgot all of them. 😆 I thought it was a waste of time and effort, so I decided to study them again and this time I wanted to remember them. My method for doing that was by learning to write them.


For JLPT N3, I have to learn 350 new kanji characters. I started studying on Saturday and many of them look very difficult. I don’t know if I will ever remember how to read and write all of them, and I’m not excited to learn them. 😆 But I am looking forward to the time when I see them outside and recognize and even read them. It makes me feel like I’m a genius. 😂😂😂