Since the previous Kanji character was one used in student, 学生 (がくせい) it only makes sense to go for the Kanji for teacher 先生 (せんせい) next. Continue reading
Now we are going to learn to learn, the Kanji character I mean!, time to analyze 学, which is used in 学ぶ (まなぶ), as well as student 学生 (がくせい). Continue reading
We need to talk… not really! but here are the readings for the Kanji used in to talk, 話す (はなす), with examples, you know, how we normally do it here at Game Grammar. Continue reading
It’s time to listen! the next Kanji we’ll look at is the one for listening, 聞, it’s kiku.
In this second installment we’ll explore the Kanji for country, 国 that is. Continue reading
I’m sure everyone has wondered at some point what those little tabs on dictionaries with On and Kun readings mean when looking up Kanji definitions, but we’re going to tell you what exactly they are! Continue reading
When learning new Kanji, you may have seen the different possible readings it can have, here we show you some common examples in sentences containing those readings. Continue reading