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How Well do New Students Know Their Kanji and Japanese Slang?

Do they or don't they? Only one way to find out.

By 1 min read

Heidi & Shelley challenge attendees at the GaijinPot Expo by giving students and long-term residents a Kanji Quiz ranging from N5 to N1. They also test their knowledge of everyday Japanese slang and dexterity level with a traditional kendama (cup and ball) toy.

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