“I’ll learn as I go” or, “Learning by doing” in Japanese? I’m a hands-on learner, and so I realized that this would be a phrase I might need to use at some point, but try as I might I can’t quite translate it for myself.
How about 体験で身につける
体験学習 is an all-kanji word for this
And an expression that is related is 習うより慣れろ which is literally “get used to it rather than be taught” but is basically like “practice makes perfect”
through trial and error: 試行錯誤しながら。。。
@Leebo @majime This is exactly what I needed. Thank you both!
You’re welcome…and I knew that as I was replying that “誰かさん” would be mostly like replying as well…予想通り！ （笑）
I see, so this is what it means to get leebo’d…
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