It’s really good for the meaning, but I’m now looking for an explanation of the grammar and why it’s used.
My grammar ability is insanely basic for the time that I’ve been studying because I’m in a bit of a loop trap.
I currently work full time and attend Uni, so whenever a semester starts Japanese is put on the back burner, as I barely have the time to keep up with Uni studies. So any time for Japanese is spent just trying to keep up with WK reviews, even though I stop leveling during the semester, as I often goes days without having time to do any reviews.
So by the time a semester ends, if it’s a short break I try to review a bit of the grammar that I have already learned and find I’m really rusty. If it’s a long break I once again solidify what I’ve learned before and have a bit of time to learn a little more before a new semester starts. So I spend most of my time just relearning what I’ve already learned and forgotten…
The above sentence is displayed at the beginning of every episode of Naruto Shippuden, so if I can understand the grammar behind it really well, it should be something I’m seeing often enough that it should really drill it into my skull.
I have a perfect GPA at Uni, but I suck at learning Japanese…