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comment What's with this “On reading”/“Kun reading” thing? Is it important to learn both as a beginner?
Welcome to SE! Check out the chat by the way (there's people in there all the time, at least on JLU.SE, and a lot of people don't notice it.) I reached the same conclusion as you did regarding the kanji readings, I'm doing the same thing.
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accepted What's with this “On reading”/“Kun reading” thing? Is it important to learn both as a beginner?
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comment Can a Japanese person understand something written in traditional Chinese
I thought 的 meant "bull's eye" or something to that effect.
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comment Why is there a “tsu” in Nippon (にっぽん)?
I'm glad to hear someone here approaches questions the way I do when I'm answering on other SE sites.
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comment Why is there a “tsu” in Nippon (にっぽん)?
@sawa I'm working with what I have. None of the sites I've been using mentioned this in their pronunciation section, or anywhere "in their first few pages."
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comment Why is there a “tsu” in Nippon (にっぽん)?
Having first learned the hiragana, I was now trying to get to a basic level of understanding by walking through these two sites: learn-japanese.info/indexg.html and freejapaneselessons.com
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comment Why is there a “tsu” in Nippon (にっぽん)?
@Chris I did not know what to call the little tsu, so I did not know how to search for it.
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accepted Is it standard practice, or acceptable, to connect strokes in certain characters of hiragana?
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comment How to know what Okurigana signify?
That was extremely informative.