I did 100 new cards yesterday plus 20 new cards today, because they were "sugoi means amazing" difficulty. I am the best beginner
what deck of flashcards?
Yeah, I'm using Anki. But as you can see, I'm taking retarded shortcuts. It's my fear of commitment.
"review forgotten cards" is a great feature
learning vocabulary through pure audio is hard. The pure listening learner might have to resort to anime. Books seem like a way to learn vocabulary for listening until you realise booke aren't going to teach you how words sound.
Suppose it's probably just as hard either way
> 床 から 少し 浮かせた 上体 維持して
Had no idea what this was saying and it took me a while to transcribe this out for translation. Only understood sukoshi and kara.
now I have 2 nouns and 2 verbs somewhere in my memory.
床 (yuka) Floor
上体 (joutai) Upper body
浮かせた (ukaseta) Float/hover
維持して (ijishite) Maintain
So: Hold your upper body slightly above the floor.
stop it, romaji make my eyes bleed
reading is not important
learning canji is stupid... why not learn vocabulary and use that to learn canji...
what..... i'm saying learn the words in kanji instead of trying to memorize 2000 characters which have no meaning
Also if you forget what a kanji you went over is you need to do this again.
Because if you just memorize the romaji you're fucked when it comes to reading it...
whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazassfcdat. I never mentioned romajopakjsdkj
getting to immersion ASAP doesn't like that bad of an idea
ASAP doesn't like that idea?
still studying english
My plan worked. I can understand one or two words from each line in anime. I'm caught up with your average sub watcher.
Time to drop this fucked up language for French.
an even more fucked up language?
that's why I kept putting it off
TinTin and not much else
Comprehensive input is the only way to acquire a language. Learning the kanji that's in vocabulary you encounter during immersing in native content is much more efficient than grinding kanji by onyomi and kunyomi and grade or jlpt level or whatever or dictionary mining shit
Can someone else who uses Windows IME give me some pointers please, I've just dealt with this for years and I'm sick of it.
I want to watch some Elden Ring related content on Nicodouga, so I type えるでん in the search bar, and then will hit shift but it will not turn all into katakana. It turns into エル電 which is fucking dumb. This is just the most recent example in a lifetime of frustration tying to type ANYTHING in katakana. I would actually argue that katakana and not Kanji is actually the hardest part of the language, but that's another topic.
How can I get my IME to type just in katakana or convert to just katakana from phonetic Hiragana conversion?
>>89858>How can I get my IME to type just in katakana
Change it to half/full-width katakana by right clicking the little JPN IME thingy, if I'm remembering right.
type えるでん then press f7 to convert. alt+capslock switches to katakana input
ctrl+capslock switches to hiragana input
alt+` turns off japanese input
try F7 after typing in hiragana
Hate that feeling.
you hate learning?
the feeling I got was a feeling of having learned things, so you're saying to me that you hate the feel of learning
The figures in the background do look like they are dressed for a funeral.
A nice and sunny 11:45PM funeral
you should be using jp subs then
I don't think you need to know Japanese to pick up on that...
I ignored it until I heard gozen instead of gogo
The feeling I get is a jarring feeling of realising that what was just spoken does not correspond with the subtitles.
I think that it's neat that learning something has made you able to understand the story better
That part of it is neat.