The cause of agony is probably, I am too focused on vocabularies; so I forget the structure. I tried to guess the meaning of the sentence based on vocabularies too much.
Now, I rename the grammar with a new name, “structure” and learn “structure” using example sentences from Jtest4you, focusing not on the meaning of sentences, but on whether I recognize the structure itself…
On Anki, I tried to do 20 cards/day, with Anki’s default settings (instead of my usual 4-hr, 8-hr interval). (I still limit the review to 50 cards/days, though.) The result is…
I can also supplement the sentence with either furigana or English words.
It also helps simplify a more complex sentence structure.
I have exported a sample of my Anki deck to Google spreadsheet. (Before, I tried to do it on Google Spreadsheet, but I changed my mind. It is easier to edit 1,000 cards on Anki, 20 cards per day, than editing in batch on the spreadsheet.)
My question is… 大学院に入ろうと思っています。
Why is 入ろう here? Let’s go in? Why is it in this form?