Great, yeah let’s do that. I always enjoy the chats I have with people during the JLPT because it is the only time I ever get to meet fellow Japanese learners in real life.
Apart from the obvious stuff (YouTube, Netflix, JapanesePod 101, CDs that come with textbooks and graded readers), I am using the following Anki decks:
- One of the core decks to which I added JLPT info and then I only enabled the N5 - N3 entries; I set it up so that on the front there is only the sentence audio, everything else is on the back
- My subs2srs deck; I had set it up to have audio & text on the front but now I changed it to contain only audio and I try my best to get it right. I used to have multiple decks but in the end I always end up in my Shirokuma Cafe deck so this is what I’m focusing on now. Probably not ideal since I’m getting used to their way of talking but I’m learning a lot and am enjoying it.
- Vocabulary: I have a JLPT N3 vocabulary deck and wrote a script that downloaded audio for most of the cards; at the moment I have text and sound on the front and I think I’m going to keep it that way because audio only might be too hard and annoying and I believe Anki should be set up to be as fun and easy as it gets
Apart from Anki, supernative.tv is also quite nice but I never seem to be able to make a habit out of it (I guess that’s mostly because I can’t use it properly on my phone).
I don’t know if you are using Anki but if you are interested then let me know and I’ll find a way to share my decks.