How to learn Japanese characters
Learning the Japanese language is becoming increasingly popular and widespread. Nevertheless, it has its own specifics with regard to the Indo-European language family. To read Japanese, you must remember a large number of characters.
Instruction how to learn Japanese characters
Find a dictionary or textbook from which you will take the characters to memorize. Also suitable for this tutorial, in which the characters are from the more simple to the complex.
Start with the simple memorization of basic characters that consist of a single element. In Japanese character often it consists of two parts - a key that determines the meaning, phonetics and which is responsible for the particular sound. However, a simple word may consist of a single key. Remember them, you can then move on to more complex signs whose composition and includes these keys.
Memorize character using a motor memory. To do this, write this sign at least twenty times, observing the order of features in a notebook in a large square. This is especially important if you plan to do later in calligraphy, where penmanship character plays a major role.
Memorizing the spelling of the character, link with it its correct interpretation. To fabricate this card on the front of which is a sign of the Japanese, and on the back - to read. Pointing better to both possible readings - he-kun-EMI and EMI. The first is most often used in the words of Chinese origin, consisting of several characters, and the second when the character is a single word or a part of the Japanese names. In some cases, reading options can be more than two, but they are usually in tune with others. Use the card for self-examination. It is also useful to involve relatives and friends who are showing you the card will be able to check your answer with the information on the back side.
Try to read Japanese texts at least in the adapted version. So you can not remember the character out of context, but as part of words and grammatical constructions. It also helps you in remembering.