Cool. Sorry about that. I guess I thought there were more non-audio additions in my lessons. Please disregard.
Can I suggest adding 市場 at some point in the future, or some other word involving the いち reading for 市. It seems to me to be common enough to learn on Wanikani (often trips me up when I encounter words that use that reading).
Just want to say I love that you guys are adding stuff. I hope you guys continue to do this til at least all of the JLPT 1 Kanji are covered as when I am reading manga like Deathnote and Demonslayer I still come across quite a few kanji that are not apart of WK. Albeit not many, but I love how Wanikani helps solidify kanji into my brain and it’s harder to memorize kanji from reading exposure alone. Thankyou for these new additions
いち is definitely a useful reading for 市! We’re actually planning to add 錦市場 to a much higher level, but we’ll look into adding something to teach the いち reading earlier on
I suggest that 繋がる、揃う and their respective Kanjis get added in.
Just randomly commenting to say, nice to meet you Mr. Moxley
Thought I’d drop by here after an easy title defence against Karl Anderson to get my Kanji down pat, I’d have to return to Japan to defend the IWGP US Championship eventually!
both of these seem to be N2.
i’ve encountered 揃う as well and added it to my Anki deck.
Can I suggest adding “old people” and “elderly people” to the allow list for 老人? @Mods
+42 for inclusion of 繋ぐ and/or 繋がる - I really like those words, the idea of “connection”. And besides, those are essential words for hand-holding scenes in all romance manga/anime/VNs
Thanks for the suggestions! We’ll plan to add 繋がる, 繋ぐ, 揃う and 揃える in the future, and we’ve added “old people” and “elderly people” to the allow list for 老人
Though apparently both of these are usually written in kana. But i suppose they’re written in kanji in a lot of cases as well.
While reading VNs, I think I encountered both forms equally often.
the main front page still shows 6000 words and 2000 kanji
after these additions, what is the total now? isn’t it time to change the front page as well?
WaniKani currently has 484 radicals, 2063 kanji, and 6414 vocabulary words. I think they said they might remove some of the existing kanji after the new kanji are added, though. I would guess that it’s probably easier for them them to just give rough numbers on the homepage than to have to update it every time they change something.
please also add “ok boomer”
just kidding tho don’t do that…
Now if 若造 was a word on WK, maybe “ok boomer” would work as a synonym. DDT wrestler Mao thinks it matches the vibe he’s going for with that team name:
(Mao designed this shirt for fun, but it was instantly so popular with DDT’s foreign fans, they made it available to buy internationally)
Wait isn’t 若造 like the opposite, used for young people? Goo has:
Speaking of which, 嘲 would be a good addition to WK. It’s even jouyou
Yes, 若造 is youngster. I guess a youngster would say “OK Boomer”. And it’s just a trendy phrase you want to put on a shirt. But i was also confused by this.
Wait, maybe this is a dialogue? An old person says “youngster”, the young person responds “Ok Boomer”. That would make sense.