Not unless one is familiar with script and know where to physically expect the UI to populate. (remember I first approached you b/c I wasn’t seeing the magic box?) Gave myself a crash course to scrub up on scripts since Again, my opinion is only one of many.
ah… thanks for the article link, I read it.
I guess when ppl keep writing “I do all the radicals first when I level up” simply means they do all the lessons:radicals when the system offers them. Thought there might be a way to tickle the machine to give me more lol.
Yeah, I’ve been tracking my level-ups and for some reason Lv 5 is at 18 days now. Maybe 98% accuracy on any item (including vocab) is the magic number to keep going at the fastest pace…hmm. I’ve hit 95% and 80/something on a review with 6 items and got the corresponding english wrong. (I was trying to honor the “this is learning” moto, but now, screw this) – I will go for max accuracy over learning (for now)!
To put it simply, I learned JA as a spoken language.
Longer explanation: I have a very LARGE imbalance between my speaking comprehension/cultural nuance v. reading & writing. (ex. I have managed JP as a market in my work, so I can write/speak all the way up to keigo, play in subtle nuances, tones, contextual riffs and certain subject matter arenas, but couldn’t read back what I typed in an email after a coffee break or pick-up something and read it) I could easily pass the N1 if I guessed enough kanji correctly, but I’d like to ‘do it right’.
I joined WK for the kanji, but I love the vocab and radicals too. I’m loving it I am bummed it won’t give me more lessons up-front and let me blissfully review to my heart’s content dammit, WK is like my second s.o. Thanks a million @seanblue