Ohohoho evil Seiryu-san ga detaaaa
Douitashimashite. Anime miteiru ma ni _____ tsukawanai hou ga ii
That's how much I could read without asking Google-sama xD
So, Jimaku is subtitles. The "ji" part looks a bit like "gaku" xD
Hahahaha...yup! The first kanji is the kanji for "character/letter". Oh, so another suggestion is learning to use the "radical" means of looking up kanji. Words are almost always very "literal" in that the kanji and even radicals that make up the kanji are part of the word's meaning/definition. Since I look up radicals all the time, I can figure out the context of a word (pretty high accuracy since probably over 95% of words are partially literal) even if I don't know all the kanji.
Hopefully I describe it accurately enough to not need any screenshots. Jisho is great and better than any other online version I've used previously.
Sorry...I must have loaded the page, had some patients, and you posted in that time.sweetjacky wrote: ↑Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:32 pmI used to try practicing Hiragana with some apps that I found in the playstore. I actually learned a few but I kinda stopped practicing so by now I almost forgot everything I learned
I wonder if I should give it another try. I wonder what the best pacing is. Like one new character a day and then practicing them everyday? I wonder of I could keep up with that. Also, maybe it would be better if I actually write them down in paper
Yeah I think that's the kind of groups that the app I used had. At some point it was just hard to keep all the characters in my head so that's why I'm thinking now maybe my pacing was too fast. And I also never wrote them down on paper which is probably not good for remembering them.
Ah, probably a little bit of everything. Quizzes and or reviewing to retain the previous hiragana is necessary.sweetjacky wrote: ↑Thu Oct 22, 2020 3:00 amYeah I think that's the kind of groups that the app I used had. At some point it was just hard to keep all the characters in my head so that's why I'm thinking now maybe my pacing was too fast. And I also never wrote them down on paper which is probably not good for remembering them.
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