Ok you’re gonna hate me but I don’t have a Japanese keyboard right now…
I just learned kikoeru - “to be audible”
Previously I learned kiku “to hear”
At this level, I can feel myself building relationships between the kanji where I can /feel/ when to rendaku and when to make a bodypart kanji a different reading and stuff. In light of these recent vocab pieces I mentioned above, I’m curious if wanikani also instills an intuitive sense of conjugation as well throughout the levels I’ve yet to experience. Another example from even earlier is “to be visible” “to show” “to see” right?
I’m stoked if this is the case!