Another week is complete! We had wayyy too many different radicals this week, but luckily stroke counts stayed pretty low. I won’t waste your time rambling any more, so let’s just review the kanji we learned and get on with our lives!
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We have worked sooo hard the past 10 months, chugging through kanji each and every day. 6th grade is the last year of elementary school, and soon you will graduate to secondary school and be all grown up! What, I’m not crying, I was just chopping some onions…
Ahem–OK, in other kanji news, we finally posted our big radical review this week! We covered what radicals are exactly, how to find them, why they’re useful, and which are the most important ones! If you missed it, you can check it out here: