This week brought quite notable improvement in my studies. Like I said on my last promotion post, last Sat I got a new phone.
Immediately after turning it on, I was straight asked by The Life itself: till the what extent I want to dedicate myself to the way of learning Japanese?
And my answer was: “Give me everything you have.”
Without any further hesitation, Life replied back: 始めよう！
so by now I can enjoy whole the bunch of legal notes and licence agreements in a wild. Initially I was afraid I’ll get overwhelmed by legal terms, but surprisingly my lv36 kanji knowledge was pretty enough to figure out meaning of even not so much known words for me. Wonder how much my Japanese comprehension would improve after hitting lv60?
Mostly I want to note the 任意 word that was so much a bone in my throat before (since it’s kanji composition making barely any sense), and finally I witnessed it in a wild and know precisely it’s meaning. It’s always mark those options regarding sending or not your data to go**le/sams*ng, so now it’s meaning bright clear for me.
With that said, by now I can report I’ve completed my digital environment’s language transition to Japanese. My Kubuntu OS on laptop, my cellphone, Google/yt accounts, Anki and as much other apps as they support it - all of them contributing now to my studies!
Woohoo. I made it into the next section of the climb. Out of the 1-9 section starting from level 1 and feeling good! Halfway through to the point at which I’ll stop going full speed (to slow down with enough time to not totally overwhelm myself with reviews when I give birth in the summer).
@Marifly, adjusting your goals is not the same as giving them up. You’re doing great. Just keep climbing.
I do batches of 4, so I vary between 8 and 12 per day (or 4 from time to time), depending how I feel and how many apprentice I’ve got. According to the heat map I average on 12.
In the beginning I did 20, but the workload grew too big for me and most time I forgot half of the new items, so it snowballed into a disaster, but I’ve managed to overcome it