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Respect language—the special style of polite spoken or written Japanese—is involved almost every exchange of Japanese between one person and another, including the simplest phrases of greeting. An understanding of its forms is therefore essential to any serious student of the Japanese language.
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Kanji for Elementary Schools Grade 1 80
Kanji for Elementary Schools Grade 2 160
Kanji for Elementary Schools Grade 3 200
Kanji for Elementary Schools Grade 4 200
Kanji for Elementary Schools Grade 5 185
Kanji for Elementary Schools Grade 6 181
Kanji for Daily Use – Part 1 300
Kanji for Daily Use – Part 2 300
Kanji for Daily Use – Part 3 339
Kanji for Human Names – Part 1 300
Kanji for Human Names – Part 2 300
Kanji for Human Names – Part 3 174
Kanji for Traditional Shapes & Human Names 209
Kanji for Traditional Shapes 156
JLPT Kanji level 4
JLPT Kanji level 3
JLPT Kanji level 2
JLPT Kanji level 1
Kanji Grade 1
Kanji Grade 2
Kanji Grade 3
Kanji Grade 4
Kanji Grade 5
Kanji Grade 6
Kanji junior high school
The second volume in an exciting new series from Manga University using original comic artwork to teach readers how to identify and write the most common Japanese kanji ideographs introduces 80 kanji that all Japanese school children are required to learn by the time they graduate from sixth grade. Each page features its own comic strip, kanji pronunciation guide, stroke order, and English explanations.