Welcome to my study log! Where I try to organize my mess of a study schedule. I don’t know how to use any code in this website so you’ll have to endure this basic mess. Sorry!
I’ve been trying to learn japanese for a year, but it was only by finding wanikani that I’ve gained a real interess in the language. Having a fun way to learn kanji made me want to learn about the other parts.
For ease of adressing me, you can just call me lemmy, and use any pronouns.
This thread will be updated frequently (not daily, sorry I’m not that organized). I’ll do a weekly review of my progress and discuss what happened, what went right and what went wrong. Someone please teach me how to do that task thing on these forums.
- Currently level 4
- 15 to 20 lessons a day
Elementary Japanese: Volume 1 (By Yoko Hasegawa)
Lesson 1 completed
- On lesson 2
A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar
- Not started yet
- 5/8 sheets Hiragana done. Currently on ‘h’ sounds ( は ひ ふ へ ほ )
- After finishing Hiragana, will move towards a mix of Kanji and Katakana
Goals that I’m focusing on achieving this year. Should be doable enough.
- Reach Wanikani lv 10
- Finish half of Elementary Japanese
- Read basic sentences (‘easy’ grammar)
- Catch up on my caligraphy sheets (haven’t started lv 1 kanji)
Goals that will replace the above when completed/added as time goes on. May not be finished in a year, but will still give me a sense of what to aim for next, even if not doable.
- Reach Wanikani lv 15
- Finish 3/4ths of Elementary Japanese
- Finish A Dictionary of Basic Grammar
- Read a beginner book
- Start to listen to Japanese audios
Just side quests really. Small things that would be cool to do later on, but I’m not focused on yet.
- Comfortably write hiragana and katakana, without needing to look at my caligraphy sheets.
- The above, but for the kanji I learn
- Play a game in japanese and understand some stuff going on.
- Fully learn a swear word LOL.