How can I prevent “errors” like this? https://imgur.com/a/X1N8W5q
Just typing faster? I know the 2nd one should be smaller. For a while I ll type on english keyboard and no IME cause its too early (but I have already a japanese keyboard bought).
Second question is if there is any audio plugin for wanikani so i can hear the readings.
Sorry for the newbie question, but I hope the other senior can help me when they are studying from multiple source. It is confusing how to make the connection and how to use it in daily life.
I really enjoy studying Kanji in WaniKani, even this is hard.
I think I must be lost in the connection between Joyo and JLPT.
The weird thing is the level when Kumon-kanji are introduced to us.
The level is totally different with WaniKani.
Moreover, the kanji that I mainly used is the JLPT, which Kumon also use as the standard.
Perhaps, if you want to see, I can scan the kanji that is used by Kumon.
As for reading, I might be not advanced yet,
I read kids manga such as Doraemon to help me study Japanese.
Thanks for giving me motivation and enlightenment.
Me too! Japanese is a hard language for me to learn, but Wanikani makes kanji fun.
Joyo is the order that Japanese schoolchildren learn. JLPT, as you know, is for foreign adults. Wanikani is different from both of them, but not too different.
WK level 16 = JLPT N5 100% (N4 96%, N3 51%, N2 25%, N1 3%)
WK level 27 = JLPT N4 100% (N3 83%, N2 53%, N1 12%)
WK level 40 = JLPT N3 98% (N2 83%, N1 32%)
WK level 51 = JLPT N2 100% (N1 55%)
If you have the time, it’s fine to learn “extra” kanji through WK. Then when you get to it in Kumon it will be easier. Similarly, if you learn a kanji in Kumon first, it should be easier when you get to it in WK.
I’m not really either This is the kind of stuff I’m reading for practice:
(It’s a book for 7-8 year old kids.)
This article might give you some more encouragement. It talks a bit about why making mistakes in language learning is ok - and even a good thing!
As Leebo said, I think you’re going to be fine Because you are taking what you’re learning and trying to apply it in real life, you’ll remember it better.
Someone named Eric Canary emailed me in response to my question on a forum here about the slow pace of proceeding–I was cut off when I tried to expand my answer to him/it. As a newbie I was questioning the pace of lessons and reviews–I want more at this point because I’ve studied Japanese for awhile. Hoping to speed up now and slow down later, obviously, but probably not possible.
Anyway, not happy that he contacted me on my email but we couldn’t have a full conversation.
Are you sure it was a direct email and not an email notification? Those messages posted on here can come through email and if you respond there they get posted here. But as far as I know there’s no way to email someone directly.
thx but i am trying now to type the reading for “three things” and it doesnt accept mi xtsu tsu or or mixtsu or mi+tsu fast. sry im on mobile in a break at work so had to use romaji. wanikani has IME integrated but i couldnt pass that review
do lessons work in a similar fashion?
I have 42 new ones ( I am level 2 for half day already and not 1 how it appears here) but I dont have time to see them all in one full session. Can I split them somehow?
Lessons should be split into groups of five by default, and give you the option to jump out or continue in between. To check what yours is set to, from your Dashboard, go Menu -> Settings -> Lesson batch sizing.
Right before? No, you shouldn’t. However, what I do is reviewing to myself all learned items 10 to 20 minutes after learning them. That helps me a lot with the actual memorization of the items and it won’t be a problem SRS wise.
Also, imagine that you’re reading something in Japanese, you see a word, and then you get it on SRS. I don’t think you should consider that as cheating. You can’t predict what words you’re going to find and exposure is still overall worth more than SRS