Hello WaniKani Community!
After having spent a few years in Japan, I am embarrassed to say that I only picked up scattered pieces of Kanji knowledge (Got my 日本語能力試験二級 after half a year through being able to speak and through logic deduce the right Kanji on the test).
However, years have passed since then, and the limited scope of Kanji I knew, is long gone, however I am strangely fluent when it comes to speaking.
Can WaniKani help me pick up the last piece of the puzzle? Can it finally complete my Japanese language skills by helping me get to understand the Kanji? Or will my speaking knowledge and scattered knowledge of Kanji get in the way of the learning methodology that WaniKani use?
A Fellow Traveller