Learning Japanese can be a bit of an adjustment. Instead of just memorizing your "ABC"s, you now have to learn a few thousand kanji. Which, aside from meaning that you need to familiarize yourself with a brand new set of images and symbols, makes it much harder to play Battleship.
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Learn tips designed specifically for the SAT Japanese with Listening exam. How to deal with kanji? Check. What to do when faced with spoken Japanese? Check. How to choose the right particle? はい.
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