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This is the YouTube link to the Japanese Kanji for Write

This is the Kanji Memories 'Memory Card'.

Write Memory Card

Our video for the JLPT N5 Kanji ζ›Έ 'to write', one of many in our N5 (beginners) series.

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These are the translations (English, with Kanji, just Hiragana and Katakana, Romaji) used in the video.

"It is important to write Kanji clearly."

漒字をきけんと 書く ことは倧事だ

γ‹γ‚“γ˜γ‚’γγ‘γ‚“γ¨γ‹γγ“γ¨γ―γ γ„γ˜γ 

Kanji o kichinto kaku koto wa daiji da.

"A new bookstore will soon open in the village."

村に新しい ζ›ΈεΊ— γŒγ‚‚γ†γ™γι–‹εΊ—γ™γ‚‹γ‚“γ 


Mura ni atarashii shoten ga mousugu kaiten surun da.