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    I’m on level 11 in wanikani and I wouldn’t do it unless you have a lot of free time and also don’t want to actually see if you can recall the reading/definition in the set times. I started out doing both, but I found it more effective to go to Japanese sites/pod casts and actually see how they use the vocab. This is normally with items I doubt WK would teach such as law terms and phrases. There are a lot of subtle differences in the various vocab phrases that roughly translate to the same meaning in English. I feel that WK and rtk don’t really go into that, but the later levels might.

    I also starting missing the answers a lot more once I stopped using the anki deck since I wasn’t testing them so often.



    Another cool thing I found! (Okay technically a friend of mine found it, but I’m taking the credit because he isn’t on this forum so he can’t defend himself)


    It looks pretty cool. It reminds me of the JTA (Japanese Through Anime) program, actually.

    I haz a blog http://maninjapanchannel.wordpress.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLQzB-1u-dg
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