After starting on January 1st of the year, I’m 2/3 of the way into WaniKani, but alas, I have barely practiced any other skills, and even after reviewing many of the resources available, I’m still indecisive about what to do/use now. I know there have been plenty of threads on resources for learners at different levels, but most of them seem to give long lists that I’ve found difficult to sort through.
I’ve used the app Bunpo to go through N5 and N4 grammar, but it still hasn’t really sunk in (though I can make out basic sentences). I’ve listened to a couple of podcasts, and just downloaded Satori Reader and Human Japanese, so I’ll try those out and see how it goes. What do you all think is a good resource or plan to build out reading, grammar & listening (not to mention speaking) for someone in my position, with 38 levels’ worth of kanji + vocab, but barely any practice in putting the language to work?
I realize kanji and vocab simply have to be memorized, and WaniKani works so well because it provides a structure that is easy to fall into. I just wish there was a program half as good to immerse you in other aspects of the language. Even the variety of resources out there, I’m having trouble finding ones that “fit.”
Thanks for your help!