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In short, yes, it's likely to be helpful. There is, however, a caveat: 汉字 and 漢字 are different, sometimes subtly, sometimes not. While their meaning tends to line up more or less perfectly, you do come across nuances in meaning and usage. Pronunciation differences between 普通话 and 音読み are rife, but somewhat regular. Furthermore, 汉字 are different from 漢字 ...


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I think your Hanzi vocabulary can be definitely helpful for learning Japanese. In general, Kanji is always the most frustrating part for those whose mother tongue is not Chinese. But for Chinese people Kanji could be the most easiest to learn. Since most of the letters in Kanji have the same or similar meaning as they are in Hanzi, so you may save lots of ...



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