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Why is there no translation?
You may have noticed that we don't have translation and meaning for all kanji and words.
Our kanji and dictionary database is initially based on the database with English translations and fewer translations for other languages. We are working on adding more translations, but it takes a lot of work. Also, you can help us to extend the amount of translated words and kanji if you know them.
In the previous post, we learned that the Japanese writing system consists of three parts: hiragana, katakana, and kanji. Today we'll learn more about the first two of them.
Both hiragana and katakana came from kanji. They are just simplified versions of . . .
This post opens a series of posts on studying the Japanese language.
If you are going to learn Japanese but know little about it, this article is for you!
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So, let's start with some background information.
Japanese is the . . .