Cherry-Pick Vocab Third-Party App


#1

Is there a third-party app that lets you choose specific wanikani vocab to study and ignore the rest (for now, not forever)?

For example, in level 32. I want to only learn the vocab word 中華 (Chinese), but not the word 用心棒 (Bodyguard). 

Workaround I thought of:  using wanikani reorder ultimate, one could just keep hitting reverse to see if they stumble upon the word they want. This is not very efficient though with a backlog of vocab in the hundreds. Other workaround would be to just use Anki for vocab that I want, but I would rather use Wanikani, since I have a life goal of finishing it eventually. 

*Please note, I am not an advocate of what I am asking to do. I’m just short on time in learning Japanese and need to only learn the essentials for now. Maybe in the future when I have more time I will come back to finish. 



#2
dpradas said... Is there a third-party app that lets you choose specific wanikani vocab to study and ignore the rest (for now, not forever)?

For example, in level 32. I want to only learn the vocab word 中華 (Chinese), but not the word 用心棒 (Bodyguard). 

Workaround I thought of:  using wanikani reorder ultimate, one could just keep hitting reverse to see if they stumble upon the word they want. This is not very efficient though with a backlog of vocab in the hundreds. Other workaround would be to just use Anki for vocab that I want, but I would rather use Wanikani, since I have a life goal of finishing it eventually. 

*Please note, I am not an advocate of what I am asking to do. I'm just short on time in learning Japanese and need to only learn the essentials for now. Maybe in the future when I have more time I will come back to finish. 


 if you dont hav emuch time, i would recommend skippping the wanikani vocab completely and then download a vocab core deck and
 learn the words of which you already know all kanjis in anki or stuff like that. If you dont have time that may be more efficinet,

#3

http://www.memrise.com/course/258519/wanikani-reverse-vocab/

http://www.memrise.com/course/861672/kaniwani/

There are more just search wanikani. Also you can ‘ignore’ all the words you want and turn on only those you wish to learn. 

Also I use https://www.renshuu.org/  and https://www.kaniwani.com/   These are very helpful sites. It’s the only way I can learn anything.

Hope this helps. ~frankiebluej