In this video lesson the teacher from Kanji from Zero shares how kanji compounds work in Japanese and then some example vocabulary that you can use. After that he shares some additional vocabulary of less commonly taught kanji that Japanese language fans might appreciate. You can find subscribe to his videos here. Mastering Kanji is an important step in learning Japanese.
Here’s a nice lesson for starting to learn Japanese Kanji that’s designed for beginners. The video title seems to indicate that this can be done in 45 minutes. While we’re pretty sure that you’ll be studying it for much longer, at least this will give you a good overview of the basics Kanji letters in Japanese and how best to learn them. Once you master the basics, you may want to check out our previous video that was flashcard Kanji practice for Japanese. You should subscribe to their videos here.
When you’re learning Japanese you’ll have to master learning Japanese Kanji at some point. In this video, which is a livestream recording, you may want to jump to around minute 7:20 where the practicing of vocabulary words actually starts. This video is from JapanesePod101 who you should follow. You may also check out this video for beginners to start learning Japanese Kanji.
If you want to talk about schools and grades in Japanese then this video is for you. It is yet another high-quality lesson from Learn Japanese from Zero and you can subscribe to their videos here. The videos covers a lot of the essential vocabulary needed for talking about school life in Japan and the kanji needed to write it. If this is too advanced then you can use this video to start learning Kanji.
When starting out with the Japanese language you can spend a good amount of time just using your native language but at a certain point you’ll probably ask yourself, “How do I start learning Kanji”? This video is a solid explanation and lesson for the best way to start with Japanese Kanji so that you don’t get tripped up or slowed down by common mistakes that many new learners might make. You can subscribe to his other videos here.