If there was one thing I could go back and change about the Japanese language, it would not be the fact they have no spaces, or full stops or anything like that. It would be removing っ form ever having the pleasure of seen daylight.
I understand that when saying a word with a っ in it I just need to say nothing for that space, but what ways do you remember it needs a っ and not a つ when writing? Any tricks that you have used? I always make silly mistakes like かつき or いつしょう.