I didn’t know about the thread, that will be really useful I was a little lost on how to get more reading material, since I was quite limited by what wound fit in my suitcase on my way home from Japan earlier Having someone to ask and discuss with is so helpful, and it looks like a lot of questions are already answered there.
Hehe, true That’s awesome, I’m happy it was helpful!
I feel you on this! To be honest, last time I was in Japan I ended up having to buy a second suitcase just to bring back all the books I bought lolol.
Here’s another thread on buying digital books in particular - even though it’s a little old, it’s still useful!
For example, I don’t have an actual Kindle, but I have the Kindle app on my Android. After setting up an amazon.co.jp account, I use the app to download samples of and purchase Kindle-compatible eBooks from Amazon Japan very straightforwardly.
@_Shiori-先輩 thank you for these links I have both bookmarked! Like @LittleCheeno, they are impressive in their breath and comprehensiveness. This will really help down the line as I am starting grammar and would like to read soon despite >20 WK level.
You’ll get there too, keep going! You’re almost at the coolest level after all - enlightenment awaits you
Kaniwani is a good way to fresh up on vocab-knowledge, I think. I hope it will be useful for you too There’s also Kamesame, but I haven’t tried it, as I had already started using Kaniwani (and that one is free). I believe Kamesame solves some of the frustrations of Kaniwani though.
Thank you, and good luck It takes some time and dedication, but it’s worth it! Just take your time and mind the apprentice count to not get overwhelmed (and use vacation mode if needed) and you will continue to have progress and eventually get to cake day