Yep, that’s the tone I gave him in my mind, too.
thanks for the help fl0rm and Kazzeon! This really is an awesome community
I have my copy of Yotsubato! waiting to be read, so here’s my question:
At what level do you recommend starting attempting to read it?
I’d rather not be looking at a dictionary every few minutes, hence why it’s unopened on my desk.
If you want to save the effort of rummaging through the dictionary, there’s a complete vocab list linked in the opening post, which is sorted by the order that it appears in the book.
Would you say that at my level 6 I could read it comfortably?
I know it’s all about jumping in and giving it a go, and I do do that with some other mangas, but it would just be awesome to sit back with a Japanese book and be able to understand the whole darn thing
Give it a go, and you may be surprised by how easily you can read it. I often am.
I agree with Belthazar.
It might prove a little difficult without any help, but that’s what the thread and the vocab lists are for.
Giving it a try wouldn’t hurt.
Hello! Is anyone else having trouble downloading the https://www.livingjapanese.com/ - Anki reading pack for Yotsuba!
If not, where are you downloading it from?
I don’t really know if the Anki part works, but I downloaded the pack without issues.
Ah, thank you :)!