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I’m interested either.
Here’s the LingQ way of learning Kanji in context by “extensive reading”:
Learning to Read Japanese: A Quick Guide for Beginners | by LingQ.com | LingQ | Medium
Another popular resource is Heisig (esp. vol. 1 and 3):
Roger Lake and Noriko Ura: How to Read Japanese and Learn Kanji at the same time
Also interesting in this context: The Best Books To Learn Kanji (2020) | Japanese Tactics
If you’re completely new to Japanese, it’s not a good idea to start with Kanji. Instead, you should master Hiragana and Katakana first (see the LingQ links above).
And another question is: Should you start reading Japanese as an (absolute) beginner?
If your native language is far away from Japanese, it’s probably better to focus on the oral dimension and (the variation of) syntactic patterns first to get a feel for it.
See for example - YouTube
Merci mille fois !
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