Checking in for Lvl26! How’re you doing @TobyOne ?
I almost completely forgot about this thread I hit the death levels a couple days ago, so I guess I’ll see this thread in two months-ish for the hell levels.
Ah you beat me to it. I am on level 26, going to 0-0 in about two days. Lets go for 27 then
leveled up what a relief to finally be making progress again
Cheers to that Were you away for a while?
BTW, there is an android app for WK as well. I am planning to switch back to an android phone soon, so I will be trying it as well. It’s called Flaming Durtles, [Android] Flaming Durtles - Android app with offline support
I spent a month clearing a 600 lesson backlog. I also have flaming turtles, been using it for afk reviewing
This is actually my second 0/0 in the level. I forgot to post the first one D:
Also, the 14th was my anniversary on Wanikani, so… I guess I will reach level 60 around april of 2021? D:?
Oh gush. How do you guys keep up with vocab? It’s just like a blink and woosh, there’re hundred new vocab lessons! Sorry for ranting, I’m just jealous.
By being exposed to native Japanese materials and adding more vocabularies on Kitsun’s @jprspereira ‘s WK Expansion Deck.
So do you advise to stick with another resources even on my level?
I find the vocab to be much much easier to learn than the Kanji, since they’re mostly just derived from the meanings of Kanji we already know. And if they use the taught readings then they’re that much easier, so I normally go through a level’s unlocked vocab in 2 days or so.
Thank you. I was convinced that for beginners WK for a start is enough and after fifteen level or so it’s make sense to start expanding learning experience.
Kanji is trivial, different readings and rendaku for vocab is confusing, is it just me?
I find recalling the vocab to be a bit harder, but learning them/doing their lessons is much faster since I don’t have to do a full mnemonic for their meanings. If there’s a tricky rendaku I’ll try to think of a mnemonic specifically for it if I get it wrong repeated (ex. 料理人「りょうりにん」- chefs like nintendo!)
Current streak: 25 levels
Leveled up last night at 10pm. Tried front-loading my kanji lessons this level, which is new for me (normally I won’t reorder lessons besides doing radicals first). I figure this will help to prepare me for fast levels, since I’ll be trying to do all the Kanji lessons at once for those.
Still doing optimal level ups, it’s nice seeing a flat graph here.
Do you use the same approach for a mixed kun’yomi/on’yomi readings?
If it’s an unusual reading or one that doesn’t use the standard reading, then yes. Basically if I find I’m not remembering it then I start trying to think of a mnemonic/way to remember it.
Looks like you’ll got to the sixtieth level with that pace way before a year, really beautiful graph.