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.
I keep addressing this question in various forum/comment discussions, but I should discuss it here, because it addresses a lot of issues in a lot of languages. The question is: How do I deal with a language that uses a pictographic alphabet like Chinese?
Resources for learning Japanese have been added, as well as social media buttons (click like! It’s fun!), some cosmetic tweaks and the Italian and French Anki deck links have been fixed (under Languages -> Learn Italian/French/Russian) I’ve changed the website fonts around to make them more compatible with various browsers; please let me know if […]