Level 7, yay ;)

I just got level 7

ive been kind of learning japanese in my downtime out of sheer boredom

looking to discover new resources or new ways to make it interesting

ive tried some of the reading sites but i don’t feel like i know enough to read even basic sites yet…

been having alot of confusion at verb conjugation, wanikani shows some of the basic verb forms but the other tenses still seem daunting, any good tools or ways to understand those?

figured id make a post on the community and see if there is anything interesting to get into on here. never posted before, but i just got level 7 and i guess patting myself on the back seemed pretty hollow



For grammar and conjugations, many people recommend BunPro.jp - it’s an SRS system similar to WaniKani that runs you through grammar points and lets you practice them against multiple example sentences. If you’ve done some learning of them and want some variable difficulty questions, you can try https://katsu.arthurhoek.nl which is a conjugation practice tool :slight_smile:

Aside from all that, since this is your first post…

\textcolor{pink}{\huge \textsf{WELCOME! ^-^}}

welcome gif - crabigator

Take the time to check out the FAQ and GUIDE if you haven’t already.

There’s also a lot of good stuff on the forum to help you, like:

The Ultimate Guide for WK
The Ultimate Additional Japanese Resources List!
The New And Improved List Of API and Third Party Apps

I hope your Japanese learning journey goes well and that you enjoy your time with us on the forums.



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I hope to see you around the forum.

Consider joining:

You don’t have to make it 21 before 2021, but it is a great community of people around your level.

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each level is being torn from my soul, so no worries about congratulating yourself on gaining a level!

I also want to study more grammar but I find that between working and doing WK leave’s little time… the genki textbook on my desk is gathering dust.

I plan on pausing at level 10 and catching up on all the leeches and starting grammar there

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