- 24 Jul 2013
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Hey! I'm just curious if I'll have to do any extra work after Genki 2. Genki 1 introduces a lot of kanji, but for most of them you're only required to learn the on or the kun readings exclusively (rarely both). Genki 2 kind of improves the situation by teaching you new readings for the kanji you've already learnt. However, I'm a bit confused... By the end of Genki 2, will the gaps in my knowledge be filled? Will I know the most relevant on and kun readings for all the 300 kanji taught in the course?