Japanese has been my pet project for nearly 2 years. Those of you who have been following the blog closely have seen me update my model flashcard decks, add new plugins, make new video walkthroughs, update my model decks again, and so on. Over the course of trial-and-erroring my way through the language, I now have […]
Today, I’m going to talk about the first major revision to the methods presented in Fluent Forever. I’ve been wanting to share this stuff for a long time, and it seems like today’s the day when I actually have the time to write about it. Yay!
Today’s post is about a recent change I’ve made to my Japanese model deck to make my daily reviews a lot faster and more enjoyable. I’m quizzing myself on a new concept, which I’m calling “Kanji Signatures.”
I’ve been studying Japanese over the last few months. It’s a hard language, primarily due to the challenge of learning Kanji, and so I’ve been messing around with my card models, trying to find a combination of flashcards that will let me remember Kanji without becoming boring or overwhelming. 3800 flashcards later, I feel like […]
For our second Japanese tutorial, I want to show you how to install and customize a stroke order add-on for Anki called Kanji Colorizer.
Hi everyone! I’ve been planning on blogging about Japanese for a long, long while, but I wanted to finish the Korean trainer beforehand, and Korean ended up taking 2-3x longer than expected. But! It’s finally done, so this month I’m going to be blogging a fair bit. Our first entry is a quick tutorial on how […]
So I’ve begun learning Japanese, and as I discuss on my Logograms page, the first 3 steps to my plan have been to: Tackle the Japanese pronunciation system and learn Hiragana and Katakana Tackle the most common Japanese radicals, so that I can build the mental framework I need to actually remember Kanji Learn the […]
This is some early bookstore research for a bunch of foreign language dictionary reviews. I went to two large bookstores (The enormous Half Price Books and the equally enormous Barnes & Noble in Dallas) and wrote down the names of pretty-much every dictionary they had in every language they carried, and also noted whether they […]