How do you know what you are reading in Japanese?

Not that I can read very much, but I’m hoping to step it up over summer break. I’ve been using kamesame, which is somewhat similar to how wanikani works to learn common vocab, it’s a super well developed site by a wanikani user.

I’m going through genki I and supplementing with tae kim to get a more complete picture of the grammar. Yotsuba is a good intro book, there is also a genki deck and translation of every word available (if you’re interested I can find it if you can’t)
But try to remember learning English/your native language - we started with parents reading picture books to us :slight_smile:

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