As you can see I am new to wanikani, and was just wondering about, for example:
I am looking at the lesson for this kanji, and the only readings given are
じん and にん
However, when moving over to the ‘examples’ tab, it has:
- ひと(which is the one that I am already familiar with)
Now I understand that these are the different readings, but it seems as if this is just confusing for someone new to kanji, as it doesn’t try to explain a link between the readings and the examples in any way. In fact the given examples don’t seem to contribute anything to the rest of that lesson.
Maybe a better way to word it is to say that it seems strange to say to someone:
“You can say this word like A or B. For example: C, D, E.” (where C, D, E do not contain A or B, so I fail to see how that is an example of A and B in use).
I guess my question is, does this get cleared up later in the course, e.g. in the vocabulary stage, or am I expected to research these kind of differences myself?