Grammar sentence cards

I’m preparing to start going off without bunpro, don’t think I’ll be able to pay for it.

How do you go about making them?
Do you find the 100% correct Japanese example sentence, along with the 100% correct English translation (one of them at least, since one sentence can mean so many things)? Or is it just the 100% correct Japanese sentence, along with explanations on the back, and you make the meaning yourself right there on the spot.

Now that I’m thinking about it, it would make more sense to have the explanation on the back right? It would stop you from just remembering what the sentence meant on accident, wouldn’t it?

Also, I don’t like using other peoples sentence packs, I’ve tried it, it doesn’t really work for me so I’d rather do it on my own.

What about monolingual sentence cards, you would have the 100% correct Japanese on the front, but what would you have on the back? Just the sentence again with furigana?

Wait, does bunpro cost money? I haven’t really used it, but I was under the impression it was a free site.

It will continue to be free until the 10th of May, I believe.

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They moved it back to may 10th, they said so in the bunpro thread.

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I generally just use cloze deletion cards, and I’m more concerned with picking out the right grammar rather than the English translation. We briefly talked about this in another thread where I started doing it with Kanzen Master grammar points.

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I have the Cloze plugin on Anki but i dont have deletion cards? I only have recognition, recognition&recall, and optional recall
Edit: im an anki noob lol

Do you generally have simply one word clozed, or do you make multiple clozes on one sentence? I was planning on perhaps doing this with ADOBJG.

Yes, but because of all the heat that happened these days, they delayed to the 10th of May.

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Currently it’s one “grammar point” clozed, since I’m taking them from the examples in the SKM book. The goal is more so to use as many sentences as I can on an individual grammar point as to not simply memorize the sentences

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