Grrrrrrr WaniKani!


I’m shocked that you don’t have the best one of all, Keisei 形声 Semantic-Phonetic Composition!!

Then there’s also this one, but Keisei is still the true game changer:


Keisei shows you all sorts of shortcuts for on’yomi readings, like 項, 攻, 貢, 虹, 江, 功, 紅 all have コウ as a common reading because of the component in them, for example. It’ll also show you exceptions, like is actually read as クウ (instead of コウ) in compound words :wink: