419 days - no more lessons

After almost 14 months I have finished all the lessons WaniKani has and completed level 60… At least to the apprentice level. I have dedicated more time to my reviews than just about anything else I have done in the past year.

In that time I have not engaged much with the WK community board. I think I am going to take a little more time to get to know everyone here better and continue my studies now that I have to guide myself a bit more to keep learning.

I have so much to learn about grammar and how to understand and respond in conversation. It is amazing how much there is to learn with a new language.

I am not great at creating forum posts, but I wanted to say I have enjoyed this first stretch of my journey to become fluent in a new language and I look forward to getting to know more people who are on the same path.

Keep up the hard work! I will be here everyday until I burn every last turtle there is!


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Congrats! Finishing at all is an accomplishment, but that’s also quite an impressive pace and accuracy.

Best of luck from here on out. I’ve found these forums to be a really good resource for the kind of thing you’re looking for. Something like the book clubs or various challenges might be worth a look if you need some structure (and a ton of helpful people to answer questions) moving forward?

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Congratulations! Well earned cake!

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Congratulations👍

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Congratulations! So fast!

I love the username, but does WK limit usernames to 16 characters? That missing “a” haunts me already! <laugh>

Thank you! Wanikani is pretty much all i did all day the past year-ish. I kinda planned my days around reviews and snuck in grammar lessons where i could from Lingodeer and various books.

Yes, unfortunately many sites limit user names so i have to find ways to make the name fit. I feel like the “a” that was removed is the least necessary one but it does kinda bother me a little bit.

Grats, now the journey into the wild starts.

I’m going to have to look more into those. I would enjoy participating in a book club. As much as I use various forums for work I don’t tend to participate in them much. No particular reason, either, it just seems more difficult than talking in person or instant messaging.

Thanks for the advice, I will spend some time getting used to searching through the forums here and finding more ways to interact with everyone.

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Congrats :tada::smiley:

That’s great. Hope to see you around more. :smiley: