- I want to use kanji in Anki as background to learn kanji individually and learn and read vocab as main. Because I have read that learning kanji or vocab in Anki alone will not help you. But my question about kanji is that the heisik method, for example, set his focus on remembering the meaning, while I have noticed that a lot of words in Japanese has nothing to do with the meaning of the individual kanji itself.
sensei = teacher / sen = previous / sei = life / previous life?
nihongo = japanese langauge / ni = sun / hon = book / go = langauge / sunbooklangauge?
So if you would only learn the meaning like heisik is saying, you couldn’t guess words the right way when you going to read stuff.
- Anyone got some good resource to drill katakana into my mind.