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Those い adjectives are taking me a long time to get down too. By contrast the Kanji seems much easier. I have no easy shortcut on learning them. All I can say is use Anki daily.
I run the Anki reviews daily so they don’t pile up. I’ve missed one day in the past 15 or so months. I also don’t move forward until I’m comfortable with the latest set of vocabulary and sentences. Which can take me several weeks (I’m currently learning on the い adjectives (season 4), albeit very slowly).
I have to do the same than jasenko does, import on PC and then sync to ankidroid.
Ah yes, ン、ソ and シ、ツ. I throw ノ in there too since I keep getting it confused with the first two.
What is the difference between じゃありません and じゃない?
That’ll help me too, since 3.8 is my next sub-season. Still finishing up learning the verbs in 3.7.
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I recognize this as one out of the deck for Anki.
This is who’s river? Who’s mountain?
I’m in season 3, stuck on learning the verbs in lesson 7.1. Some of those I just can’t some up with a mnemonic to fit, such as 習います / ならいます. Many are like that. A few I’ve gotten mostly down, fortunately. Once I feel comfortable with most of them, I’ll move on to the next sub-sections.
Enjoy season 6!
Ah, an interesting bit of culture. Thanks.
Cool! I’ll have to do that.
Those sentences do assist.
The only thing I can think of that is similar is the word “read”.
You read a book, and when you are done with it, you have read the book. It really gets to be a pain if the cover is red.
I did do that with the singer… thinking of the old almond joy song being sung… sometimes you feel like a nut… only not an almond, but a cashew…
You’re closer to my age than all the others I’ve read. I’m new here too and my intro I’ll make after this reply.