JLJ: Transitioning from Heisig to reading Part 2 of 3

Here I talk about learning multiple meanings for the same Kanji with two examples. Many people often wonder how these meanings are learned in context after doing the Heisig method, and I give two examples illustrating how a person will start recognizing the different meanings when exposed to different sentences.

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