Today I am going to share the Q&A quoted from my JLPT N3 course!
I always get the kanji for 右 and 左 confused.
But now I have forced myself to memorize that 左 has an「エ」and 右 has a 「口」lol
If you are not left-handed, you bring food to your mouth and eat with your right hand, right?
“手 hand” and “口 mouth” are “右 right”.
It’s hard to tell similar kanji apart, I know!
Not all kanji have tips like this, but if you are always confused by a particular kanji, find a way to remember it in an interesting way.
I hope my answer helps you. 😊
In the JLPT course, you can ask me any questions as much as you want.
I will teach you until you get it!
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