Is WaniKani on its own any good?

Like @jprspereira pointed out. WK is great for learning kanji. But just being able to read won’t make you fluid in Japanese. Thus the need for external resources that cover the other areas of the language.

Something many miss practicing is listening. This one takes time and patience more than anything; you just have to expose yourself to spoken Japanese in all forms you can. :headphones:

You might find some good resources here: :slight_smile: