I remember learning shi chi not nana at level 1
You’re right. maybe it’s a radical?
I’ve had this issue before. The cause of mine was I had multiple tabs open in my browser running scripts. But @Schnek is only level 01 so probably isn’t using scripts yet, maybe?
@Schnek, could you maybe take some screen shots or something like that, please?
I’m like 90% sure he confused reading/meaning but yeah he probably should show us a screen just to make sure.
If they were confusing reading and meaning, the answer would be wrong. So that can’t be it.
Edit : did they implement this recently or something?! I’m so confused now.
Oooh maybe youre right. It could be the meaning/reading of a radical aswell, but he specifially meantioned kanji…
@Schnek is the background of your item blue or orange?
Oh my god guys, thanks! I was giving the reading when I was asked for the meaning! Problem solved, I thank you all from the botton of my hearth!
I Knew it! Btw there are often multiple readings for a word (nin - jin for “person”) . Dont type all possible readings as the reading, just type one out of all of them.
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This sounds like you’re using the kana-entry method. Almost nobody uses that, even in Japan - most people just use romaji-entry.
Kana-entry’s actually pretty fast on a phone after you get used to it.
Try entering romaji: shichi
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Or to save your fingers a bit, type “si ci”
Oh, on a phone, sure. Phone screens are too puny for a whole standard English keyboard. I was making the (probably unfounded) assumption we were talking about an actual computer keyboard, though.
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