LS Japanese Tutorial: B. Elementary 5: (a) Writing: Lesson 21: 7 Radicals || Kanji #111-122


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LS Japanese Tutorial: B. Elementary 5: (a) Writing: Lesson 21: 7 types of Kanji Radicals || Kanji #111-122

Japanese Language Levels:
A = New Level N5 = Old JLPT N4 (lowest)
: 100 kanji + 800vocabulary
B = New Level N4 = Old JLPT N3
: 300 kanji + 1,500vocabulary
C = New Level N3 = —-
: 700 kanji + 4,000vocabulary (est.)
D = New Level N2 = Old JLPT N2
: 1000kanji + 6,000vocabulary
E = New Level N1 = Old JLPT N1 (new N1 a little advanced)
: 2000kanji + 10,000vocabulary

Areas per Level:
writing
reading
speaking
listening

Modules:
1. Basic Level 5 writing
2. Basic Level 5 reading
3. Basic Level 5 speaking
4. Basic Level 5 listening
5. Elementary Level 4 writing
6. Elementary Level 4 reading
7. Elementary Level 4 speaking
8. Elementary Level 4 listening
9. Intermediate Level 3 writing
10.Intermediate Level 3 reading
11.Intermediate Level 3 speaking
12.Intermediate Level 3 listening
13. Pre-Advanced Level 2 writing
14. Pre-Advanced Level 2 reading
15. Pre-Advanced Level 2 speaking
16. Pre-Advanced Level 2 listening
17. Advanced Level 1 writing
18. Advanced Level 1 reading
19. Advanced Level 1 speaking
20. Advanced Level 1 listening
21. Entry Level Japanese in Engineering
22. Basic Level Japanese in Engineering
23. Intermediate Level Japanese in Engineering
24. Advanced Level Japanese in Engineering

Note:
* JLPT means Japanese Language Proficiency Test. It is given twice a year, July & December, and hosted in many different countries.
** JLPT has the lowest level of JLPT N5
but this is equal to the old (before 2010) level N4. This is because the new level become a 5-level system due to the insertion of a level between N2 & N3.

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