How do you comprehend the reading and meanings of the kanji in your reviews?
My question is 2 parts:
How do you think of the kanji once you finish the radicals? Do you look at it and it immediately comes to you or do you continuously break it down into the radicals until you master or burn it?
To the higher level WK users: how do you separate kanji that is similar to the early level ones? Like if you looked at two similar looking kanji or a kanji which contains an older kanji, how often would you get it mixed up? Does the difference jump out at you?
Currently Im on Level 18 and for a lot of older kanji that Ive seen many times before, I immediately know what to write and sometimes I just have an idea on what it could be, despite not being able to remember the mnemonic for it. Some kanji have their distinctive characteristics which are unique (so far up till level 18) so I immediately know which ones they are. Im just wondering how others comprehend the kanji and what it feels like when the kanji start getting crowded and even more complex.
Thank you in advance!
P.S: I think there is a post titled something like Should I know kanji reading immediately just by looking at it. I can’t find the topic but my question is similar to that