I am currently on Level two but have a strange mix of Japanese skills prior to starting Wani Kani so I think (?) I am progressing pretty quickly. I have some questions about how the program progresses and what you are doing to generalize the information and work it into the rest of your Japanese knowledge.
I took Japanese in college years ago and forgot just about very basic vocabulary and kana. I am currently working through Genki 1 with a tutor in conjunction with this program.
Do the higher levels have reading material or do you use Sartori reader or another program? Right now, I am digging the learning/teaching style of WaniKani but it also feels really random since the kanji and vocab are presented in an order that relates to the radicals, rather than frequency of use.
I understand why it’s that way but I am trying to wrap my mind around how it all links up in the end. Thanks!!