Yesterday, I started studying and reviewing Kanji as I had already forgotten most of Kanji. And it’s not good anymore. Even though I told myself not to write Kanji in my blog yet, but I couldn’t stop myself from sharing it here, to motivate not just myself but everyone to keep on learning.
So far, I’ve passed my exam though it’s an N5 Kanji for now.
There are three sets of flashcards that I made for myself.
For Kanji, the flashcard is written in Kanji and I need to write the Hiragana/Katakana (whether it is On-Yomi or Kun-Yomi) equivalent and also to translate the Kanji into English.
While for Hiragana/Katakana flashcards, I need to write the Kanji equivalent and also the English meaning of the Hiragana/Katakana sound.
As for the English flashcards, I need to write the correct Kanji and also to write the Hiragana/Katakana sound of the given word.
There are 10 flashcards for each set and two types of answers per item. But the score will still be 10/10. So, if I write the correct Kanji but the Hiragana/Katakana is wrong, it is considered as a wrong answer. Harsh, right? But this is how I study to not forget it.
You can try it too. And share it with me if you answer all the items correctly.
Let’s continue in learning.
This is Ringo.
See you next time.
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