Monthly Archives: March 2011

JLPT – Details

Well, I installed, thanks to Nukemarine’s helpful youtube video, the Kanji JLPT checker and it says for my ‘own’ core2k deck:   Deck Kanji Stats The 2493 cards in this deck contain: 1208 total unique kanji. Old Jouyou: 1172 of … Continue reading

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core2k – Progresses, successes

Just felt like posting my current status of the main deck in Anki for evaluation/comments and suggestions!!   Deck Statistics Deck created: 2,4 months ago Total number of cards: 2493 Total number of facts: 2493 Card Maturity Mature cards: 1221 … Continue reading

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RTK 1 and 2

For coming summer I decided, when I finished – as planned – with core6k, going through RTK1 again and finishing up nearly with kanji as far as possible. In cause of that I created (with the friendly advise of nest0r@koohii.com!) … Continue reading

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Making SRS more effective (= more immersion)

Today I came across this website, whose author suggests, informs and guides you through the jungle of SRS (spaced repetition software/system) and how to use it more efficiently during your Japanese language studies throughout the day. Lately I recognised I … Continue reading

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Contact?

“Theres an old guy called Masaki who is from Japan and who is happy to chat to those wishing to learn Japanese. His english is alright however he will keep using Japanese and correct you. I’ve skyped with him a … Continue reading

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The holy grail of Japanese learners

The holy grail of Japanese learners – Rikai-chan! Rikai-chan is a useful dictionary add-on for the browser firefox (who’s using something else anyway? pah..). Get it, it’s hot and useful, you will love it. In the following video I found … Continue reading

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Stick to it

Dear reader, dear Japanese learner. I bet you cannot count all the methods being available, presented in order to achieve fluency in Japanese. The first question a human being, greedy as hell, asks him or herself is, which is naturally … Continue reading

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