In the grand scheme of the whole language? A tiny fraction. The latest edition of the Kojien dictionary has something like 250,000 entries. Even in comparison to the size of the average active and passive vocabularies of a native, it’s not going to be enough to have a fully-formed vocabulary. That’s why most people move on to something like Core 10k after WK or supplement with that while doing WK.
Ahh, there’s so many other Japanese learning tools I start hearing about daily
currently I only use WK and someone sent me some Genki PDFs but I don’t quite know how to use them properly, and I don’t know what else to be using
Yeah, WK is only one piece of your learning journey. You’re going to need to also start building your grammar foundation. And while WK can be a good start for learning words to build your vocab, you’re going to need many more even beyond that. Even Core 10K is not going to be enough.
When in doubt, こう!
Though しょう seems to be slightly more likely I saw in the post above =P
But こう FEELS more common
When I don’t know the answer I just put E, to get to the info.
It is almost never right, until it was! I tried こう, was told “We want kun”… um… no. “e”… correct XD
SO the one time my “E for eeeeh I don’t know” was correct, I wanted to put こう, which WAS correct, just not their preferred reading =P
It was this one: 江 https://www.wanikani.com/kanji/江
True! え is a fairly rare one! Which is why I use it as my fail =^_^=
Hm, don’t remember what Kanji the katakana was derived from… Could be that one for all I know (since it has the shape and sound, which is sort of how they made them =P )