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Yes, thank you! Is it the same for my next lesson?

Lessons don’t work the same way as reviews. You can either do them when you want or you have to wait until new lessons are unlocked. This happens generally by guru’ing a radical or a Kanji.

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I’ll probably get Leebo’d but you get new lessons by guru-ing radicals, which take a minimum of 4 days and change to guru

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Hadn’t you written the beginning you wouldn’t have XD. Both answers say different things, though.

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The worst part is that it was definitely because I had to rewrite Leebo’d twice because my autocorrect was dumb :skull:

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I did hear the beginning would be very slow, so this makes sense.

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Yep! The reviews come slowly at first and then continue to build until you guru all of the 60 ones. Then they’ll legitimately start to decrease. (All assuming you do it at a steady pace)

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When you hit level 14 and you get a blast of 130 or so new vocab (assuming you SRS up all Kanji in the same review), you won’t feel it is too slow anymore :smiley:

Can’t wait!

:smiley: Wait until it happens to you :smiley:

Once you really get past the opener levels, things really start moving fairly quickly.
I still recommend like everyone else, try to keep your Apprentice items at or near 100 for it to not become too uncomfortable. 150 was fairly tough for me when I tried it and I regret doing it every time that batch of items comes up for review now. :smiley:

Sounds exciting! I was wondering if I have to also learn how to say the radicals since some of them are kanji. Or should I only memorize how to speak it for kanji and vocab?

This tells you how many reviews will be due over the next few days.

You probably don’t have enough to show up here yet.

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Welcome to the WaniKani Community @Pecoru san :raised_hands:t2: We are happy that you chose WaniKani :grin: hope you have loads of fun and learning :love_you_gesture:t2: If you ever need help, just give us a tag and we will do our best to help you :slightly_smiling_face:

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@Kumirei san @Joeni san Can you share the resources with your welcome :smile: ?

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I only welcome people who make welcome posts!

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I do likewise.

…unless I’m summoned, so…

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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 Resource 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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Don’t worry about finding and learning radical pronunciations. If they exist, they’ll almost certainly appear as a kanji later!

Thank you very much!

Thank you, I’m ready to learn!

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Oops, late to the party, I usually do people who first post in a non-introduction topic (^u^ ’ )>
Anyway, to add my welcome:

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It’s great to have you here!

If you haven’t already check out the Forum Guidelines and the Wanikani User Guide .
There’s also tonnes of things on the forums to help you on your way such as The guide, The Ultimate resource list, and API and Third Party Apps.

If you have any questions, check out this thread; but if this doesn’t answer your questions, feel free to create a thread like you’re done here, or email The Wanikani staff.

Good luck, and I look forward to seeing you around!

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You just have to memorize the radical. Some of them are actual kanji, some are just partial kanji and don’t mean anything outside of being a way to help you memorize actual kanji. :wink:

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