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I remember the kanji for "ji," because it looks like the kanji for school. There are many things that you learn at school, i.e. composition, conversation, and characters. One of the major components that you need to learn for Japanese is kanji.

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(Contributed by: Channing Rapnicki of Eastern Michigan University on 9/28/08)

I know the reference to a Dunce's Cap is a little archaic; but that's a perfect word to describe my vocabulary. ^.^

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(Contributed by: Gerald Okler on 10/1/08)

I know the reference to a Dunce's Cap is a little archaic; but that's a perfect word to describe my vocabulary. ^.^

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(Contributed by: Gerald Okler of Eastern Michigan University on 10/1/08)

I know the reference to a Dunce's Cap is a little archaic; but that's a perfect word to describe my vocabulary. ^.^

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(Contributed by: Gerald Okler of Eastern Michigan University on 10/1/08)

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(Contributed by: Gerald Okler of E on 10/1/08)

The radical for a house (roof) with a child inside. "the kid in that house is a real character"

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(Contributed by: Danielle Colie of Eastern Michigan University on 10/8/08)

The bottom is "child" the top is a roof top. "Children in the school house learn characters."

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(Contributed by: Heather Cirullo of Eastern Michigan University on 10/12/08)

It takes time (/) for a child () to write his kanji () at home ().

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(Contributed by: Sharlene of Notre Dame High School on 8/26/12)

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