An Intro To Kanji Radicals

“To be truly radical is to make hope possible rather than despair convincing” - Raymond Williams

Before you start learning actual kanji, there’s some groundwork you have to lay. You can’t start building a building without a foundation (unless you want it to crumble), and it’s the same with kanji as well.

Kanji radicals are where we’re going to start. They are very rarely taught, but are incredibly useful. If you want to learn kanji, and you want to remember it for a really long time, radicals are where you should start (and you’ve come to the right place).

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