With everything you need to know in one volume, Shin Kanzen Master: JLPT N3 Kanji is the ultimate resource for anyone striving to succeed on the JLPT N3.
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Do you already know the 300 kanji required to pass the JLPT N4? Take the next step with this textbook from the Shin Kanzen Master series!
This book is designed to continue your learning of the kanji by explaining how to use them. The book’s examples will help you to understand in which contexts or expressions they can be used. The kanji are grouped into lessons based on characteristics they share. This format should help you remember them better.
Each lesson indicates the different on’yomi and kun’yomi readings of the kanji studied. Also, you will find a summary of the kanji learned at JLPT N5 and N4 levels.
You can get this book even if you don’t plan to pass JLPT N3. Indeed, it is a good method for learning intermediate-level kanji.
All the JLPT N3 kanji and more: In 25 chapters, you will study 354 kanji at level N3 plus 88 kanji from earlier levels with alternate reading. It is intended to help you memorize the kanji used in the statement and to help you comprehend how it is employed in the expression as a whole.
Part 1 - Single kanji that form whole words: A single kanji can occasionally be used to create an entire word. In this chapter, you will learn which reading to apply when just one kanji is present and how to proceed while reading unfamiliar terms even when you are familiar with the kanji.
Part 2 - Kanji from which many words are derived: Understanding words you have never seen before can occasionally be made much easier with kanji knowledge. This chapter goes into detail about the value of learning the meanings of each individual kanji as well as how to handle words with several kanji that are unfamiliar to you.
Part 3 - Kanji used in context in political, economic or other contexts: As the chapter's name implies, you acquire kanji and terminology in this section that pertains to politics, the economy, as well as other subjects, including society, education, culture, and lifestyle.
Part 4 - Kanji with both on'yomi and kun'yomi to be learned: It is crucial to understand both the kun' and the on'yomi for many kanji. These characters and their readings are the main subjects of this chapter.
Part 5 - Kanji with many different readings: Are you still frightened by the enormous number of readings? By attempting to combine two or more of the kanji's many distinct readings into a single sentence, this chapter teaches you how to read kanji.
Mock tests: There are two practice exams at the end of the book that covers everything you learned. The format of the questions is identical to that of the test.