For example, I can never remember if 来日 reads as らいにち or らいじつ. Same with 何〜、今〜、and 毎〜 (day/month/year) for the most part. Any tips?
It can be read as either, but the meaning is different. らいにち = arriving in Japan; らいじつ = later date.
Practice, practice. Get lots of exposure. You’ll start to get a feel for it after a while.
The only ones I still struggle with after 5 years of Japanese are 何日 and 数日. I just flip a coin and hope for the best.
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