How should I keep my copybook when write Japanese kanji? Hi Everyone! I am learning Japanese. I don't know how do I proper keep the copybook when writing the Japanese sentences. For example, should I turn it a bit like an <em>italic</em> text, or hold it straight? I hope you know what about I am)
May 8, 2019 10:19 PM
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Hello :)

If you are just beginning to learn kanji, I think it is best to be aware of straightness.

All of the kanji are not a combination of vertical bars and horizontal bars, but if you are conscious of the type, please be aware of the straight.  And please be aware of writing one kanji in the square.

Sorry if I do not understand the purpose of your question.

May 9, 2019
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Japanese, Russian
Learning Language