I DID IT. Right on. Phew! I started working with this book at the end of July/the beginning of August. Heisig himself says in the preface that it should be possible to. Die Kanji lernen und behalten 1: Bedeutung und Schreibweise der japanischen Schriftzeichen by James W. Heisig; Robert Rauther at – ISBN. Buy Die Kanji lernen und behalten Bände 1 bis 3. Neue Folge by James W Heisig, Robert Rauther (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store.

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Sophie ‘s review Sep 14, Heisig himself says in the preface that it should be possible to finish it all in six weeks if you’re dedicated and have the time – I laughed at that and thought to myself that it would take me years. It took me four months. Four months of sitting down every evening to learn about new kanji each day. And I would’ve been done even sooner if some dickwads hadn’t broken into my apartment and stolen my laptop with the data on it, but that’s another story.


Beualten, I “only” recognize the kanji and know their basic meaning, but. Considering that five months ago I didn’t know any kanji, let alone their meaning, that’s pretty awesome.

I still have a lot of revising to do, nud more studying, but I have to say I found this book incredibly helpful and fun. It may not be for everyone, and it may seem like double the work because you don’t learn everything in one go, but that’s kind of the point. And I have to say that in combination with my Japanese language course and my attempts in reading manga in Japanese, I’ve already learned some of the readings without making much of an effort, so that helps, too.

I think what it did was take away my fear of the kanji. I mean, they and especially their number are really overwhelming, but I’m now confident enough to be able to count the strokes and just, well, look it up.

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Also, I try not to think about how many there are and how overwhelming it is. It also helps that I’ve only been doing this for such a short amount of time, so I can always tell myself, it’s okay, you don’t have to know this yet!


And at the end of the day? Also, six months ago? I would never have imagined that I would be this intend on learning Japanese, but there you go.

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November 25, — Shelved as: Jan gehalten, It sounds like you are well on your way to learning Japanese. I think I might give it a go, just for fun.

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