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Cornucopia of Resources / Guide (read Guide before asking questions):
http://bitlasers.com/djt

Previous Thread:
>>133836467
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なるべく諦めない!
なせば大抵なんとかなる!

Time spent shitposting is time spent not studying. If you're about to engage in a silly argument or off-topic discussion, close the thread instead. Use your time productively!

Persistence is the key to success. You CAN learn Japanese!
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>fire up some yotsubato
>start reading right to left like slant-eyed God intended
>...
>realize it's 4koma bullshit
Why must this garbage hunt me so?
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>>133875127
>779 cards studied in 184 mins
Well time to go to sleep.
Did I do well, ぞい子?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlCRfTmBSGs
When work is a pleasure, life is a joy. When work is a duty, life is slavery.
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>>133875250
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>>133875240
they are so pointless that a random order makes as much sense as intended one, while giving a chance of improving the story
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>>133875325
辞めたくないの(・_・;)
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>>133875133
Can we just add this to the OP so it doesn't get posted every thread?
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>>133875240
>that second strip
my heart
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>>133875407
I vote to autoban it. Let's petition Hiroyuki about it.
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>>133875407
No. Stuff like that and the other posts at the beginning of the threads really don't belong in the OP; the only things that belong in the OP are the main image, the site link, and the previous thread link. Besides, people can't filter them if they're in the OP.

>>133875575
If you didn't see it last thread
http://strawpoll.me/6069598
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>>133875250
I don't understand Anki. Are you supposed to just burn through cards as quickly as possible or what?
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>>133875421
Anti-American propaganda made by Islamic Communists and Imperialists
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>>133875719
>1/4 of the world's CO2 emission comes from America
But that's fucking wrong, it's China if anything.
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>>133876068
it comes from your mom
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>>133876068
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How do I set up Load Balancer? I don't want to throw something onto Anki that'll fuck its shit up.
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>>133876123
CO2 emissions. Try harder next time.
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>>133876068
>>133876123
Just remember that per capita the US blows every other nation way the fuck away.
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>>133876272
That's why I didn't mention it but the other fact is wrong.
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>>133876320
He might have heard that statistic with regard to cumulative emissions or first-world emissions, too.
The US is a pretty fucking big deal in terms of emissions, basically.
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>>133876251
>2015
Now go look for info from when the manga was actually made
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>>133876473
>Per capita emisions T/p
>United Arab Emirates
If their total emissions are that low, how are their per capita emissions that high?
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Is there a deck that has the stroke order of all of the kanji in .gif form similar to what is found on jisho? I looked but couldn't find one. I also can't seem to download the gifs from jisho, so I couldn't make one myself, though I want to.
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>>133876597
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>implying china isn't the most polluted shit right now
http://edition.cnn.com/2013/09/01/travel/china-beijing-clean-air/index.html

The other half of the story is that the US and Europe have large green areas and deforestation control that counters most of their CO2 emissions.
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Rikaisama Anki import is broken for me. Nothing is popping up on Anki when I press the import button and I only hear the audio play when I press the import button. Everything is updated, restarted both Anki and Firefox, and still won't work. Anyone having the same issue?
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僕のお父さんがパリで死んた
お父さんの最後の言葉はずっと忘れない
「アッラフアックバー」
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>>133877083
Make a card manually then delete it.
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>>133877083
>Using FireFox.
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>>133877103
It was working a few days ago, but I tried that just in case. Didn't do anything to fix the problem. Normally there's at least a yellow popup on Anki to indicate something, but there's nothing on Anki's end. Tried reinstalling the addon and that didn't do anything either.
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>>133875623
Don't stop. Yuuna has a special place in our hearts.
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>girl 1 jokingly asks girl 2 for a kiss to help girl 1 wake up
>girl 2 says: だいたい、ちゅーってなによちゅーって!

What is "なによ"?

I swear to god I google so many questions so many times and can rarely find any answers without just directly asking /djt/, even for questions that I find have a non-technical answer or is just basic grammar, or phrase, or word. Googling phrases listed in the guide doesn't help, nor does trying 20 different english expressions. I also rarely find any answers in the DOJG or other grammar websites. Am I doing something wrong with how I'm searching for answers? I hate relying on and bugging /djt/ with shitty questions but I can't seem to fucking find any answers by myself
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Is anki's import feature not working for anyone else?
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>>133877334
なに you retard
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>>133877195
Are you that same autist that acts obnoxious as fuck at the slightest indication of anyone using anything other than Linux with your favorite meme browser? Fuck off.

>>133877083
>>133877340
Not working for me either.
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>>133877334
何よ
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>>133877419
>Denying the glory of Linux while simultaneously responding that your shit browser and it's features are currently broken.
kelk
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>>133877334
you can't learn japanese
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>>133877463
This meme will end today.
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>>133877485
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>>133877334
You're overthinking it, to me it just seems like a bunch of flustered exclamations. Something like "a kiss," what do you mean "a kiss."
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Just tested import, works fine for me.
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>>133877457
So you're saying that your browser has an extension that has every feature Rikaisama has and has a one button Anki import function (including audio and other information) that is currently working?
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>>133877444
>>133877411
>>133877514
IT'S JUST FUCKING 何? Literally fucking kill me.
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>>133877590
>he thinks he can learn Japanese
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>>133877515
What versions are your Firefox and Anki?
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>>133877695
>Firefox
Lol. You can use that slow ass piece of shit all you like, but don't impose that line of thinking on the rest of us.
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>>133877736
>using rikaikun
"Lol" indeed
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>>133877736
>>133877577
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>finished watching 800 episodes of Conan
Maybe I'll read a VN now or something
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>>133877820
That's 11 full days of your life that you'll never get back.
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>>133877858
and over 100 hours of japanese that will stay with him forever
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>>133877820
I asked this awhile ago, but I'll ask again. Do you think you learned anything from 800 episodes of Conan?
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>>133877872
He has probably forgotten the bulk of it already. It's all just going to be overwritten when you go through that amount of the same shit.
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>>133877695
Anki 2.0.32

Firefox 36.04 but it started updating when I went to the about section. I'll test it after and see if it still works.
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>>133877883
バーロー…
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>>133877858
That's nothing compared to the whole time I've spent on anime

>>133877883
I don't really notice myself learning Japanese anymore if it doesn't involve kanji. I probably got a more solid grasp on some of the vocab used in this type of anime and that's about it
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>>133877978
Still works after updated to FireFox 42.
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Why do these fags sound like they're saying に when they pronounce ぎ? Fuck off.
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>>133878053
Because there is something wrong with your hearing
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How did you guys learn kanji if you think all the methods of learning kanji are bad?
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>>133878040
Weird. I don't really get why mine isn't working then. Maybe it's on Anki's side since there isn't even an Anki popup (usually there's at least that when something is broken on Firefox/Rikai's end), but I'm not really sure how to fix it.
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>>133878286
Obviously we don't.
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>>133878286
I didn't
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>>133878286
There's nothing bad about learning through vocabulary.
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次の空欄を埋めて適当な文をつくりなさい

1.おやかた、空から「  」が。
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千里之行,始於足下
Chinese is basically Japanese, so this is relevant.
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>>133878364
おやかた、空からマンコが。
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>>133878357
You're really doing yourself a disservice if you're only picking up kanji through vocab words, friend.
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>>133878540
>this is what rtk loonies think
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>>133878457
>Chinese is basically Japanese
You can't learn Japanese or Chinese.
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>>133878364
>おやかた、空から女の子が。
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>No time to play video games since I started studying.
How do you guys not commit Sudoku?
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>>133878364
>おやかた、空からあなたの母が。
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>>133878777
Video games are fucking garbage
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>>133878777
I still do my reps, but forego additional studying until I'm done with the current game.
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>>133878777
This might blow your mind but some games are in Japanese.
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>>133878816
Nah.
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>>133878364
>おやかた、空から「リュシータ、トゥエル、ウル、ラピュタ」が。
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>>133878961
なんだよ
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>>133876597
Because their capita is very low. I'm gonna pull some numbers out of my ass to demonstrate.

Say the US has 1 million citizens, and the UAE has 10.
US has a per capita emission of 0.5, so their overall emission is 500,000.
The UAE has a per capita emission of 100, so their total emission is 10,000.

So even though each UAE citizen is causing 200 times emission than each US citizen, their overall is emission is 50 times lower.

>>133877096
死んだ
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>Correct percent going down each day
Atleast its still over 50% right?
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>LINE-bro is so disgusting grass grew
What did he mean by this?
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>>133878777
Compelling content / learning to enjoy the process isn't just a meme. If you're still in the Tae Kim / beginner grammar guide phase, then suck it up.
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>>133879987
>T-Mobile
Kill yaself.
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>>133879987
"Grass grew" means "wwwwwwwwww", because it looks like grass. "Rolling on the floor roflmao my ass off", basically.
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Generally, what would are good stats/percentages I should aim for on Anki? Should I add more cards to review in a day when I am bored?
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>>133881043
Kill yourself, you piece off shit.
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>>133881043
The most important stat is consistency. Do it every day. If you are bored you should learn grammar or read, adding too many cards will bite you in the ass with all the extra reviews.
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>>133879987
>LINE兄貴
>LINE-bro
do they really use it this way?
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>>133881110
I know I should read more Tae Kim's but Anki is more fun.
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I've been seeing イタイ a lot in comics lately. What does it mean as an insult? Cringe?
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>>133881275
痛い...
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>>133881289
That doesn't really make sense to me as an insult, though.
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>>133881314
Post context or we cannot help you.
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>>133881349
for example
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>>133881380
Cringy, painful to look at. Also, nigga ur gay.
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>>133881421
Thank you
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Don't forget to work out during your reps
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>>133875127



You're killing me japen
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To the Anon who completed his N1 last thread, or anyone at least that level, did you use straight Anki or any addons? Also, what do your statistics look like? Thanks.
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>>133875252
Only naive people think that they can put the food on the table doing what they love. In the real world it is overwhelmingly not the case.
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>>133881459
But I don't have tits.
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広沢小近くの交差点で乗用車4台ほどを巻き込む複雑な交通事故が発生したようだよ。おにいちゃん

けいさつだらけだったー
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>>133881980
>tfw can now read imouto's shitposts
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What are the colours in the CoR?
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>Japanese is good enough now that casual weebs think im jap
This is fun
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>>133881579
that's me

The only addons I have are
- Japanese support (for furigana etc)
- Kanji grid
- Rikaisan import
- Failed mature cards / Maturing Cards (for extra stats)
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>>133881567
How about:



and

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>>133881579
>what do your statistics look like
totally irrelevant, everyone will have to find their own pace
also, don't rely on a method that gives you pretty stats

just use anki in a way that feels like your progressing and never look at your stats
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>>133882660
anki神
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>>133882903
Learning japanese just takes a lot of time. If you think an hour a day (even less than that in the last 10 months) is crazy, you should probably just stop now.
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>>133882812
a-aren't both just sen?
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>>133882972
牛と午とのことを伝えたかったんだとおもうよ。おにいちゃん
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>>133882950
and you should probably shove that advice up your arse
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>>133883046
さすが
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ツレたちは日本語でもっと話すべきですよ。
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>>133882972
It's a joke but one is Noon and one is the Zodiac Horse.
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>>133883139
I realised after googling it, I then also realised just how retarded I am for thinking its 1000
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>>133883145
It's cool man. Everyone fucks up.

Like here:
>>133883124
I meant スレたち
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白人の優越

白人の優越

白人の優越

白人の優越
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スレのみんなさん、一番大好きのアニメガールは何ですか?

僕には一人だけじゃないですけど、 ほとんどおてんば的なキャラが好きです。
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Listening practice: http://vocaroo.com/i/s17WjrSjpA9k

Voice diary of the last day with a Japanese girl I dated
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>>133883650
Jesus fuck dude.
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まじめなにほんのおはなし

本日は新嘗祭です

欧米でいうところのイースターみたいなもんかな?
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>>133883650
アノン。。。
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Part 2:
http://vocaroo.com/i/s107GXSNeWuY
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>>133883857
And then suicide directly after this? Jeez.
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You're a fucking dick, Jimmy.
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>>133881708
Steve is doing what he loves and he counts among the freest of all men.
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>>133883904
>>133883946
I changed my mind about her so I'm going to wait for her now after she sent me those diary entries. Waiting for a year shouldn't be too bad. She really is best girl after all

Diary entries after she arrived in the UK for studying abroad if anyone's interested:
Part 3: http://vocaroo.com/i/s0DCxHnAQTDF
Part 4: http://vocaroo.com/i/s0jJHRaomgyQ
Part 5: http://vocaroo.com/i/s1qe22AHRABg
Part 6: http://vocaroo.com/i/s08QKhqJiaSB
Part 7: http://vocaroo.com/i/s0MPAgQULXc3
Part 8: http://vocaroo.com/i/s1POdkPlD5uF
Part 9: http://vocaroo.com/i/s1A6wyEpoko8
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>>133884080
Ah mate, she only sees you as a pen pal. The romance only exists inside your head.
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>>133884217
Did you listen to that first one he posted?
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>>133883650
>>133883857
>>133884080
Isn't this literally the fucking plot of Madame Butterfly?
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>>133884217
It's more like the opposite if you listened to Part 1. Originally we were supposed to meet up and just have some fun and then just be long-time penpals after that. She said she could handle it even if she fell in love but nah, she fell in love completely. I was okay with just staying friends just as we first agreed on so I said maybe we should continue talking, but as friends, but she ended up going crazy just by me suggesting it. I guess it's a common reaction for people that've never been with someone that treats you well. They end up thinking "he's the only one" or "she's the only one" as a result. Not a very good mindset to have.
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>>133884373
she's gonna go yandere on you
you better start loving her quick, cause you're not gonna have a choice soon
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>>133882272
Wait until you have Japanese people in skype/language exchanges refusing to believe you're non-Japanese
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>>133883650
Kind of sounds like Akari from 5cm sec

https://youtu.be/iVbnt4vQE6w?t=61
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>>133884392
Yeah sounds kinda like a gaijin obsessed yandere. Be careful anon.
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>>133884503
I dont think ill reach that point, cant seem to catch more than 50% of whats being said when someone is speaking.
I cant really seem to effectively do listening practice or atleast it doesnt feel like I am since im missing everything
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My reviews actually went well today

I'm learning
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>>133884723
Mine went like every other day. Makes me seriously question whether language learning is for me.
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>Watching anime and I can actually recognize and understand some words here and there
Baby steps but fuck this is really motivating and fun
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>>133884751
Most of us were at that level before we even started studying the language.

You need more training.
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>>133884741
Have you been studying for a decent time?
I doubt my ability to learn every day, but then I simply look back to where I was when I started. If I did progress thus far while holding such doubts, the same will probably happen from here on so it's alright to keep going.
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>>133878777
I do my reviews during loading screens or boring bits
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Anygood Japanese learning podcast you listen to /a/?
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>>133884819
Jpod101 bby

It doesn't actually help because I listen to it while driving, and for some reason that means my brain just erases it from memory as soon as it ends.

I'm hoping that my subconscious mind is storing bits and scraps that'll resurface when I encounter them elsewhere.
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in the english language is there a difference between often and usually?
just thinking if both could apply to よく
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>>133884799
Yes. A long time.

I just despise Anki yet I know it's the most efficient way of learning. If I don't learn something efficiently, I don't bother.
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ITT: 日本語を話す人がない。
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>>133884902
>ない
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>>133884900
>I know it's the most efficient way of learning
Different people have different ways of learning.
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>>133884939
That's barely true

We're talking 5% variation, 95% the same across the entire species
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>>133884955
Sure.
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>>133884930
Anonとは有生ですか?
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>>133884955
what the fuck lmao
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>>133884902
>人がない
君もその中だね
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>>133884769
Gotta start somewhere.

Likewise, it's just motivating to be able to look at sentences and actually be able to figure out what is written when mere months ago my brain would just automatically assume it was completely incomprehensible and skip past it.

Learning is fun.
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>>133884853
You can't/shouldn't focus on anything other than driving, while driving
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>>133884981
>>133885010
There is no scientific evidence of major differences in learning between individuals. The whole "audio/visual/etc" system is pop psuedo-science.
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>>133875698
Depends entirely on the deck content and structure. Anki has a very wide range of possible approaches.
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>>133885092
Show me proof retard, I have my proof (experience) saying otherwise
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>>133885092
>The whole "audio/visual/etc" system is pop psuedo-science.
Not at all what anyone is talking about.
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>>133882259
Come on man, the first column on the left labels the column and all of the same labels fall under the same colour. It should be self explanatory.
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I will remember all the words and all the kanji! Gotta catch 'em all!
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>>133884080
Fuck off normalfag.
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あのんくんはソイソースという単語を使う?
それともショウユを使う?
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>>133885130
Anecdotal evidence is no evidence at all.

If you want to disprove the claim "there is no scientific evidence of major differences in learning between individuals", saying
>muh anecdote
Doesn't mean anything.
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>>133885297
I'm asking you for evidence cunt
nice logical fallacie though
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>>133885092
>>133885297
Be honest about it: there is nothing you will accept as evidence in order to protect your worldview. The fact that people learn differently is fully understood and taken advantage of at every elite educational institute and workplace. The masses are all forces to cram the same things inside their heads the same way while the people who actually run the world are given unique and specialised training for their skills from day one.

>>133885086
Maybe if you're learning how to drive but after a while your brain switches to autopilot for most driving.
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>>133885277
醤油 is easier to say than ソイソース.
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>>133884884

if often read DJT, i usually don't
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>>133885057
>>133884930
https://www.google.com.au/search?q=”人がない”
Hmm...
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>>133885394
I can do that too

https://www.google.com.au/search?q=%E2%80%9D%E4%BA%BA%E3%81%8C%E3%81%AA%E3%81%84%E2%80%9D#q=%E2%80%9D%E4%BA%BA%E3%81%8C%E3%81%84%E3%81%AA%E3%81%84%E2%80%9D
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>>133885315
What evidence do you expect me to provide that proves there's no evidence? Are you an idiot?

>>133885331
>The fact that people learn differently is fully understood and taken advantage of at every elite educational institute and workplace.
That doesn't make it true.

>The masses are all forces to cram the same things inside their heads the same way while the people who actually run the world are given unique and specialised training for their skills from day one.
Just because our educational methods are retarded doesn't mean people all learn differently. It means they aren't learning at all, because the methods are shit.
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post above me is bait, please no one reply to him
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>>133885423
And your point is?
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>>133885495
I'd ask you the same question.
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>>133885508
It's valid usage in the context of 'not having'. Hence the 25m results.
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>>133885600
Essentially 人がいない means "there exists no person/people" while 人がない means "(the thing of) people doesn't exist"

Ex:
子供がある (I have kids. Ie (The thing of (having)) kids exists)
子供がいる (Some/a) kid(s) exist

日本語を話す人がいる Would mean 'People Speaking Japanese exist (in this thread)'

While

日本語を話す人がある Would mean '(The thing of) People Speaking Japanese exists in this thread' -> "(This thread) has (People Speaking Japanese).
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>>133886303
>人がいない
自分以外いない様子か、人間が住んでない事

>人がない
×使ったらダメ。おかしい

>子供がある
夫婦に息子、娘が生まれたことがある
>子供がいる
(特定の場所に)子供が存在する。
夫婦に子供がある意味でも使える

>日本語を話す人がいる
人が日本語を話せる

>日本語を話す人がある
×使ったらダメ。おかしい
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>>133886689
>>日本語を話す人がいる
>人が日本語を話せる
lolwut
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What does 本体 mean here?
>List price: 本体 400 yen + tax
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I wish the core2k deck had all uses of a Kanji together, instead of giving you each word and its opposite one by one at the same time to confuse you
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>>133885315
You're the one committing a logical fallacy senpai.
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>>133887031
It means the book itself.

>green is my pepper
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>>133884955
Where is the study showing this?
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>>133887076
Isn't that pretty obsolete though? It's obvious that the price is for the book considering the price is literally printed on the book.

Also, how does 本体 come to mean "this book"?
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>>133887171
本 main
体 part/object

税 tax (not part of the cost of the object itself)
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>>133887171
>本体
true/real body

ie. the physical form
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>>133887334
Ahhhhhhh. Now that you've said it it seems so obvious. I can't believe I didn't get that. Thanks.
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>>133887376
https://kotobank.jp/word/%E6%9C%AC%E4%BD%93%E4%BE%A1%E6%A0%BC-632306
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>>133876167
The default settings are the only settings that'll work.
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>Just got arrested for downloading Yotsubato! raws
Give me legal advice, DJT
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some kanji are plain funny looking
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>start typing a question asking the difference between two words
>realize I don't know the difference between them in English either
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>>133888025
Probably one of the gayest kanji.
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weird how 少ない is pronounced like skunai yet in kana they write it as すくない
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>>133888090
Weird how you're a retard.
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>>133888090
It's pronounced the same way it is written.
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Why would anyone think this シツ is a good idea?
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>>133888090
Some vowels get smooshed during normal pronunciation.

If I didn't recognize that as a very early core2k card I'd call you an idiot for not knowing that already.

Suki tends to become ski, shite tends to become shte, etc.
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>>133888171
It's fine until you get to stylized fonts or someone's chicken scratch.
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>>133888198
arigatou
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>>133881579
I did it without grinding vocab at all. Just read and looked stuff up.
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>>133888326
No Anki at all?
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>>133888440
No Anki at all.
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>>133888171
Japanese is a language not some tightly manufactured thing. Also it's easy to distinguish them if you know stroke order
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>>133882660
>Average for days studied: 290 reviews/day

I'd rather kill myself
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>>133885277
I'm actually curious about this. I know Burgers call it Soy Sauce, but we call it shoyu in BRland. How is it for other countries?
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>>133888455
So, you just kept reading lots and lots and that's all you did?

I really, really despise Anki but I didn't know I could get far without it.
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I can't figure out what the last bit it meant to mean here.

>Surface invasion!
>Conquest of humanity!!
>しようじゃなイカ!!! (not way squid?)

Any ideas on what word しよう is meant to be? There are shitloads of homophones for it in Rikiasama but none of them seem to fit. This is why I like kanji even if it's kanji I don't know. It leaves no ambiguity as to which word is in use.
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>>133888547
It's one of the forms of する

Let's (squidding) do it
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>>133888467
is it that much though? I mean I started like 2 weeks ago so that's not much, but 2-3 cards per minute sounds about right, and then it's barely under 2 hours a day
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>>133888606
Ahhh. Thanks.

So is じゃなイカ a play on じゃないか then? I was thinking じゃな was just slang for じゃない.
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>>133888547
>BIG
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>>133881579
Started anki after like 8 months of reading, along with dropping AGTH. Added stuff fairly sparingly, focusing on things that I knew I had looked up multiple times before but was still not remembering. Then as I got better and wasn't encountering new words as often I started adding pretty much anything with a new kanji or a weird reading that I didn't already know.
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>>133888609
For me, it's way too much. Anything over 150 is horrible for me. I'd do zero if I thought I'd be confident enough to learn without it.

Some people like Anki though, so it's up to you.
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>>133888683
Whenever possible イカ娘 will use イカ in katakana instead of hiragana, doesn't change anything
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>>133888745
Ah right, thanks a lot. That's saved me a lot of confusion.
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>>133884809
>stealthed DW bank heist

Perfect for reps.
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>>133888683
It's pretty much the defining pun of Ika Musume and, along with でゲソ, her personal speech trait. Every episode title in the anime ends in なイカ too.
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>>133888506
Pretty much.
I had watched anime intensively for a couple years before I started reading. Was able to watch the easiest of anime raw at about the time I started reading.

That said, I'm not sure my method was optimal. The DJT prescription of starting out with Anki is probably not a bad one.
The bigger problem is when/if you stop using it or limit your use of it.

It's hard to say how word learning is best done. It's a complicated process. There's research that points to the fact that many important words and expressions are too rarely used to be learned efficiently from repeated exposure by reading.

Read a shitload and was very disciplined in my reading. Had an iron rule the first couple of years of learning: "at least one hour reading a day". Also did RTK which enabled me to jump straight into the meat of it all.
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>>133888024
Seriously?
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>>133888026
if you post the words I'll try to help
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>>133888942
>at least one hour reading a day
Are you a neet?
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>>133888946
He's posting from his cell
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>>133888996
Back then, partly. But I kept reading every day while studying full time as well.
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This is like the 3rd time in the first 40 cards that furigana was badly aligned in j:tmw. Is it something common or it's just something wrong in my case?
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>>133889028
Guess I'm just weak willed. 30 minutes of reading infuriates me already, I don't understand shit that's not a xはyです sentence.
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>>133889092
Just make a reasonable guess and move on.
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>>133882660
Do you have any advice for an anon needing to reach that level in 2 1/2 years?
I am having a scholarship test may 2016, and if I pass I travel to Japan in june 2017, and over there I do 1 year of japanese in a sort of "cram school" and then start 4 years of college (This is the MEXT scholarship).

Right now I just do core 2k/6k (don't know if I should swap to core10k or something)
Planning to go through JGTMW and DOJG after that, I don't really know when I'll be able to start reading and pickup vocab. I can talk with natives through hellotalk and only use the dictionary when I encounter a kanji I do not know.
Would really appreciate some help and advice.

(I know it's the second time I post this anons, but I really need some help.)
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>>133889092
Watch anime
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How do you change which reading you add to the rikaisama anki import option? I don't get it.
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Every time I hear マッサージ I think of https://youtu.be/T4r91mc8pbo?t=60. I am doomed.
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>>133889078
edit the card, go into the field with the problematic text, press ctrl+shift+X

Is there a   in front of 春? If yes, remove it and insert a normal space
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ONE HOUR OF VOCAB
ONE HOUR OF READING
ONE HOUR OF LISTENING
AND HAND WRITE 100 FULL SENTENCES

EVERY DAY
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>>133889488
I wouldn't do that in English.
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>>133889488
>AND HAND WRITE 100 FULL SENTENCES
That'll take me more than one hour
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>>133889488
100文章はそこまで行かないんだけど、他の物事を毎日完成する。
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>>133889531
A sentence only needs one word to be valid in Japanese.
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>>133889631
はい。
解りました!
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>>133889531
Only at first. You'll get faster.

>>133889518
Then you can't learn Japanese.
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>>133889145
10k hat a lot of the JLPT N1 words, so that's definitely going to help. Never used JGTMW, but I bought all 3 volumes of DOJG and 日本語文型辞典, all of which are useful to look stuff up.
I never read them from end to end or did any other form of organized study with them though.

For the JLPT, I used the Shin Kanzen Master books.

I bought all the N2 ones then realized that I already knew all the vocab from the core decks and that listening is so easy since I've been listening to seiyuu-radio-shows for ages, so I only got the reading and grammar ones for N1.

If your goal is the JLPT specifically, getting some of those mock tests won't hurt either.
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>>133889488
I'm currently making sure I have enough hours of anime watched on average per day to last me until I'm 100 years old. I'll do vocab and reading after that
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>>133889674
>Then you can't learn Japanese.
>says the guy posting manga translated to English
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>>133889725
>Then you can't learn Japanese.
>says the guy posting manga translated to English
>says the guy posting on an English website for discussing Taiwanese dog racing
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>なんと描き下ろしじゃないか!!
>Let's draw what!!
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>do reps on my phone
>base of my thumb touches the left part of the screen when I'm reaching for the right
>tons of mature cards get sent back to 1 day because of this
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>>133889796
Are you trying to translate something or are you questioning the translation of someone else?

I really hope it's the latter.
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この表情は何を通じようとする?
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>>133889835
Unfortunately it's the former.
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>>133889796
I think it means 'anything'.
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>>133889829
Just press the back button
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>>133889841
相手のマイクロペニスを見て爆笑を我慢してるようにしかみえないな
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>>133889841
中出しの喜び
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>>133889853
I really wonder how you ended up with that translation.

There's not even a volitional form there. It's just a rhetorical question serving as a statement which resulted from an observation.
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>>133889898
Usually I notice it too late.
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>>133889145
1. Read Tae Kim while you do the Core deck. It shouldn't take you more than a month.
2. Once you've got a vocubulary base of about 2k words, it's time to start reading. Go with easy manga with furigana like Yotsubato or Ika Musume. Finish Core6k.
3. Start a mining deck. Add any unknown word you find to a text file and import them with Epwing2Anki, or just add it with Rikaisama's Realtime Import feature.
3. Once you get a feel for basic Japanese grammar, start reading moege with text hookers (Chiitrans Lite recommended). The typical recommendation around here is Hanahira then Flyable Heart.

If you want to go through the DOJG, there are two approaches and you can (and should) do both. These approaches are:
1. Download the grammar reference in the OP that has the example sentences, formation tables and volume/page reference so you can read the notes. You can look up any unknown grammar point easily with it.
2. Download the DOJG Anki deck:
https://mega.nz/#F!HlFTiCxI!I3_D5C9_NyysiMHOfr0pkw
Go through it slowly and read the notes carefully. It'll make your reading skills skyrocket.

This is only for reading but what you need at the start is a great amount of comprehensive input before you even think of producing or else you'll just make wrong sentences.

Now for other skills, you can:
Listening: Use JLPT study material for a systematic approach. There's also JapanesePod101 (most audio files are in the CoR). Once you can listen well enough, you switch to news, TV shows or anime.
Writing: Use lang8 or Hellotalk. Preferably lang8 because they actually bother correcting you.
Speaking: Search for a Skype language partner in the lang8 forums.
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俺が二本
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>>133889886
I don't think "Let's draw anything" makes sense for the context either.

>>133889910
>I really wonder how you ended up with that translation.
>There's not even a volitional form there.
Rikiasama lists "let's do (something)" as a definition for じゃないか.

>It's just a rhetorical question serving as a statement which resulted from an observation.
That doesn't seem to make sense for the context either.
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>>133890004
Mount stupid here, I think it might mean 'what a drawing, right??' very rougly, maybe
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>>133890052
Sounds about right
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Is that normal to assimilate the concept almost on the spot, but having to go through the prononciation 4-10 times before it starts to enter ?
Fucking nipponese, worse than english at arcane prononciation.
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>>133890052
Ah, that sounds like it could be it.

In case it helps clarify at all, here's the rest of the image.
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>>133889796
Any context for that?
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>>133890167

>>133890147
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>>133890133
Why would the concept be difficult? You already know the concept in English, you just have to tie it to a new symbol.
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>>133890004
>Rikiasama lists "let's do (something)" as a definition for じゃないか.

It also lists "Isn't it" at a definiton, which makes a whole lot more sense in that context.

Anyway, this is already a whole lot easier with context. Take a look at that image.
You can see that there's an illustration of a character there, this illustration is a 描き下ろし, a commissioned drawing or a drawing which has been made for a specific purpose. It's a poster, with a drawing on it. It doesn't become very much more specific-purpose oriented than that.

じゃないか (isn't it) is a rhetorical question. This rhetorical question is a result of the speaker seeing the drawing and noting that it is a 描き下ろし. It's just a statement formulated as a rhetorical question, Japanese does this a lot.
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>>133890000
確かめた
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>>133890194
Well it's apparently not difficult, but it's really fucking weird to see a moonrune and know what it represents when you were raised with the latin alphabet.

Like, what the fuck.
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>>133890234
>2015
>not using LaTeX
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>>133890147
Google 描き下ろし

It's probably talking about the poster being new art that hasn't been published anywhere yet
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>>133890234
Holy shit an actually useful grammar reference!

What on earth is it?
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>>133890446
>Holy shit an actually useful grammar reference!
lol, no
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>>133890289
Just wait til a few years down the line, you can still read Spanish and Italian better, despite having never, ever studied them.
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>>133890234
So is なんと part of the rhetorical question there, or is it working like >>133890052 said (i.e. creating emphasis; "what a drawing, right?" as opposed to "drawing, right?")?

>pic
Is this from Japanese: The Manga Way?
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>>133890510
I don't know how to properly explain なんと but it's something along the lines of "would you look at that, a 描き下ろし" and whatever you want to translate じゃないか into
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>>133890583
WHADDAYAKNOW IF IT AINT A SQUIDDIN POSTER
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>>133890583
>would you look at that
That's the best translation not only because it's accurate but because it's hilarious
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>>133889902
>マイクロ_ペニス
>マイ_クロ_ペニス
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>>133890446
A paper I wrote.

>>133890510
>Is this from Japanese: The Manga Way?
No, see above.

>i.e. creating emphasis
Yes, pretty much this. なんと is one of those things which is rather difficult to be put into English, I recommend reading some example sentences and just reading more in general. You'll get used to this kind of stuff soon enough.
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>>133875133
>>133875176
dekinai-chan is a better mascot to drive off the reddit.
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>>133890639
Thanks a lot, you've been very helpful.
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>>133890639
>going to uni for linguistics
K E K
E
K
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>>133890639
How much of that did you plagiarise from the internet?
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>>133890754
I'm in Gymnasium actually.

Though i intend to go study linguistics. Any reason not to that I should be aware of?

>>133890751
Always a pleasure.

>>133890756
None. There isn't very much on issues in translating from Japanese to English, even less so on the grammatical and lexical levels thereof.
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>>133890803
>Though i intend to go study linguistics. Any reason not to that I should be aware of?
it's an amerifat meme
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>>133890756
Not enough for me to google it.
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>>133889488
I'm ready for one punch meme to die.
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>>133890886
Better buckle yourself in because it's just getting started
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>>133890803
I suppose you can't share it with us?
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>>133890803
This, or doing research at uni. Linguistics a shit
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>>133890803
Mate, don't lie to us.

>>133890864
The clever kids reword their shit slightly to make it ungoogleable.
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>>133890639
>なんと is one of those things which is rather difficult to be put into English
I personally think it should just be treated as interjection, cause that's pretty much exactly what it is. Well, in this context at least. In some contexts it actually has a syntactic function.
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私の日本語は最高です
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>>133890985
>doing research at uni
This is pretty much what I already have in mind.

Is there any other reason why this is a bad idea?

>>133890976
I'm eligible for a prize since my work got the highest grade achievable. While plagiarism checks have been completed long before the mark was set, I'd rather not jeopardize anything by publishing my work online.

Though if you send me an email I'll ask my advisor whether it's fine to share it with individual people.

My email address can be found at the bottom of the guide.

>>133891051
I'm not anon.

Aside from which, they don't just google a few sentences to check up on this stuff. They have a whole database with which they cross-check these papers for plagiarism.

Feel free to find something which discusses the loss of information from Japanese to English on a lexical and grammatical level. I didn't find anything when I looked.
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>slept like 2 hours last night
>watching anime
>missed past 10 minutes because I'm dozing off
I won't even bother trying to read a VN. I think I'll just have to play games to stay awake
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>>133891564
Go to bed and try again another day.
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>Japanese numbers
WHY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5lPUj_diuY
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Importing Anki cards with rikaisama is a a fucking mess. Fuck all that recommend it.
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How would I say something like "I like all humans"
My question focus on "all(every)"
Would " 私は各人が好きだ" be right?
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>>133891911
Works pretty well for me. Maybe the people who recommended it to you had it working pretty well for them too and thought you would also benefit from it. I don't think it's very nice to tell them to go fuck themselves like that just because something went wrong for you. They were trying to help you without asking for anything in return. Why are you such a horrible person?
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>>133891982
>好き
I've always thought this was a really strong version of "like", not the more chill kind it sounds like you want.

Can anyone confirm?
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>>133892004
I was born gay.
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>>133891982
人類を全体的に好きです
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>>133891808
He has an intense Germanic barbarian spirit of a true warrior
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>>133891911
Use epwing2anki
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After 1700 words FINALLY Core gives me useful vocab like 頑張る and 頃. Why not swap them with useless shit like 看護婦 and 不動産屋?
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>>133892127
Well if you think they're so useful you could have made cards for them yourself and learnt those
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>>133890754
I don't understand. NLP/data mining is a pretty hot field right now.
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>>133892127
Who gives a shit you'll learn the common words quickly through reading anyway. The only reason to grind vocab in anki is to get used to the kanji and to guessing word readings.
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>>133892165
I don't want to import words and end up with duplicates in the deck. I plan to import stuff after I am done with the deck.

>>133892183
I can guess those from context but often forget them so I'd rather get used to how they look via Anki than over several months of encountering them occasionally.
>The only reason to grind vocab in anki is to learn to read
Thanks for the info anonymous
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>>133892270
You can just suspend or delete notes you know
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>>133889488
これはいいですか?
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>>133892304
Why would I delete vocabulary? The point is the ordering is flawed.
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>>133892270
>I don't want to import words and end up with duplicates in the deck.
Make a separate deck for that, you bellend.
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>>133892270
>so I'd rather get used to how they look via Anki than over several months of encountering them occasionally.

You'll see them like 10 times a day if you're reading or watching anime at a reasonable pace. It's not "occasionally", it's so fucking frequent that spaced repetition flash cards mean absolutely nothing.
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>>133892353
Not really, I see those less than once a day in games. 頑張る is often spelled in hiragana in kid stuff.
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What's this? I'm shit at finding Kanji
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>>133892013
suki is like, daisuki is love, koisuru is actual romantic love
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>>133892416
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>>133892416
Open Google Translate and draw it, you lazy fucking cunt.
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>>133892400
Stop reading kids stuff.
And seeing it kana or hearing it is almost as good (hearing it is just as good). If you have the word internalized it's really easy to associate it to the kanji. And really you here 頑張る multiple times in pretty much any basic sol anime episode.
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>>133892432
Yes, but culturally I thought suki was stronger than the English word "like"
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>>133892043
It seems like you avoided my original question or I don't get it. Would it work with something like 本 ?
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>>133892471
Sorry I didn't fall for the look up each word in a chuuni moege in the dictionary to avoid actually learning how to read meme.
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>>133892457
I tried with jisho, google translate and some others. I'm not very used to radicals yet.
>>133892455
Thank you
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>>133892496'
Why 本? You said focus on "every" hence the 全体的に.
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>>133892527
>I tried with jisho, google translate and some others.
Well, you didn't try very hard, did you?
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>>133892511
And that's why you suck at Japanese.
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>>133892592
I didn't know the circle was actually a square.
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>>133892647
You didn't have to. I really don't believe you tried. This shit works no matter how horrible and ignorant you are regarding kanji.
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Why, Chinese people?
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>>133892647
Circles don't even exist in kanji.
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>>133892270
>duplicates
I don't know how it works with automatic import via rikai but when I import manually its set to update when the first field matches. There are some cases where duplicates may still exists such as 撓わ and 撓 or when there's a possibility it might update wrongly such as 本 but for the most part those are easy enough to manage.
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>>133892739
>雲
>云
>龍
>龙
Chinese mainlanders use simplified tho
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>>133892739
>top half of the character is just the same element repeated 3x
>half of the bottom half is just the same element repeated 2x
Could be worse.

This probably isn't even a real character anyway.
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>>133892739
Because they're cunts with no imagination.
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>>133892811
>>133892831
>>133892842
This was the highest "real" stroke count, that isn't just repeated characters like that one
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>>133892887
I see a spider with two handguns next to chopper from one piece
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>>133892887
This one is pretty easy to remember though.
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>>133892968
To write tho...
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>>133892334
You need to learn all of them, and you'll be using japanese a lot longer than the time it takes you to go through the core deck. The order doesn't matter all that much in the long run.
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>>133892887
>靈覺
Still comprehensible while kyuujitai
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>>133892990
Good thing it's identical to 性 in meaning.
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>>133892739
>Not posting that ramen or gundam kanji
I wouldn't either

What's the most complicated Kanji actually encoded in unicode like >>133892842
but not just multiple copy-pastes of one or two elements?
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>>133892887


Is the highest stroke count that can be displayed in most OS' fonts.
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Aside meme kanjis. Should just work on joyo or toyo.

It's quite funny when some words in Japanese include these not joyo nor toyo kanji so Japanese just write in Hiragana in the most case.

>覚せい剤(覚醒剤)
>ろ過(濾過)
>処方せん(処方箋)
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>>133893394
That's so fucking retarded
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I can't quite tell what that third kanji is supposed to be. I think the first two are 幻想 but that third one is stumping me.
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>>133893430
Yeah, the writing system is retarded
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>>133893634
>幻想郷
How can you not know if you are reading 2hu stuff?
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>>133893634
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%B9%BB%E6%83%B3%E9%83%B7
幻想郷
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>>133893737
>>133893744
Yeah, I figured it out after I read 幻想 with rikaichan
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>>133892563
Ok thanks
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>>133894066
犬!
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>>133894066
What sound do kittens make in Japanese?

みう?
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>>133894180
Are you serious?

ニャ
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>>133894180
meowです
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>>133894207
>>133894227

In English, cats meow, but kittens mew.

Does Japanese not differentiate?
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>>133894180
ゴロゴロ
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>>133894180
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>>133894180
アッーーーーーーー
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Due tomorrow: 260 cards

ああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ
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Good morning!
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Resources for people to help themselves like google translate handwriting detection, the anki manual, and shit for getting yourself out of review spikes should be in the OP itself instead of hidden away in the guide.
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>>133894787
This is normal for 20 card a day.
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>>133895175
>hidden away in the guide
If people actually open the guide it won't be hidden anymore.
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>>133895294
it's my highest so far. not to mention i will be busy as fuck tomorrow.
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>>133894787
That's not even a lot, that's about my average

I've had 700+ before
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>>133895308
The kind of person that would ask for help is the kind of person that wouldn't look through the guide first.
>>133895322
Your review count should theoretically increase indefinitely, only getting slower and slower as more time passes, but never hitting a limit.

You shouldn't get above around 300-350 reviews daily in a 6000 card deck with 20 cards per day, though.
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>>133895294
I only get about 150 a day with 20 new/day. Only the last weekend I only did part of it and got over 200 today.
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ateji sucks
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ちょうど君たちに君たちの嫁がクソだと覚えさせたかった。
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>>133883650
how do I get a qt like this
tell me your secrets
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>>133888467
It gets less painful as you go along. The only rule to me is to keep anki time under an hour. I don't believe the few extra cards are worth the substantially greater mental/emotional toll of going past what you can actually handle. You just improve what you can do a little bit each session. I say that as an amphetaNEET.
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Should I start doing this core deck again?
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>>133896659
No. Give up on Japanese and shitpost on the learn Japanese subreddit instead of studying.
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>>133896543
I hope you're reading/watching/etc already Anon.
>>133896659
Don't ever start again. Most of those you probably still know and the rest you can just get wrong and start learning again. Just suspend most and do what you can handle everyday in addition to the new reviews.
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>>133879987
Why do they all use LINE over there. It confuses the shit out of me
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>>133896915
I watch raw idol variety shows all the time. It's basically the only way I'm able to stay motivated, even though my comprehension is still really limited.

That's kind of why I have the hour rule. If I get burnt out from doing the part of learning that I really don't like (studying) I'm not going to do very much of the stuff that I usually like (cute girls doing cute nonsexual things)
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>>133897107
>cute girls doing cute nonsexual things
lewd!
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>>133884080
How did you two meet?
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>>133895377
No, it should hit a steady state, and if you stop adding new cards it'll decay to zero.

This is because every time you get a card, it goes away for twice the time it did last time.

The sum of 1 + 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16 .... converges to 2, so adding a card that you'll never get wrong adds a finite load that you'll eventually spend.

The obvious proof of this is that eventually you'll get the card to, say, fifty years, and be dead before it next comes up for review.
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>>133897348
No sex please!!
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>>133897241
Actually it corresponds to newcardsdaily * floor(log(time since starting) / log(ease))

Where ease is the number that the interval is multiplied by when you get cards right.

Here's proof: http://pastebin.com/YwsCF5PG

Set retention to 1.0, newcardsdaily to 1, configure numcards and days to limit how far it gets (numcards being too high will stop on "days", days being too high will stop when "numcards" cards have been added)
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>>133897178
On HelloTalk like half a year ago.
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>>133897407
but it's cuuuute
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>>133889944
>>133889679
Thanks a lot anons, I really appreciate it. I am currently 800~ words into core2k6k, would it be worth it to switch to core10k at this point?
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Can you use humble forms to modify nouns? E.g. is it grammatical to say
>部長にいただいた手紙
>a letter (humbly) received from the director
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>>133896833
That's what I do. It's fun
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>>133896833
OfficerKondo is fluent for years but got banned for shitposting. Someone get him to come here. Tell him there's leagues of anons to bully and he'll never get banned.
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>https://youtu.be/yeQ-6eyMQ_o?t=81

GOD FORBID
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>>133896833
This is that subreddit right? I'm on it
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>>133896833
>not shitposting on djt instead, like an indian guy taking a dump next to his own front door
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>>133898092
>officerkondo

I wonder if he's just as much of a dick in real life.
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>had new cards turned off for 5 days now
>daily review load is actually going up instead of down
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>>133897726
Just continue with your deck, then do the rest of the cards from the 10k deck later. It's split up, so you can easily remove the first 6k cards from the 10k-deck
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>>133898255
The same will happen with kanji at some point in the distant future, and they'll have to wade through the remnants of shitty fan translations to crack it open.
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I like to read VNs by lying on my bed, my back supported with pillows and my laptop propped on my stomach, I find it the most comfortable and relaxing thing ever.

However I have problems when I reach sex scenes, since obviously my laptop gets in the way if I try to masturbate in this posture. I've tried but I can't find any way to lie down on my bed and still be able to comfortably both masturbate and read my laptop screen, so I usually have to head back to my desk for the scene, which is a huge inconvenience. If someone could offer a solution to this problem it would be great.
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>>133899011
Rig a desk above your bed, velcro your laptop down, and get a bed mouse or steam controller to interface with the game.
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>>133899011
Use a laptop tray.
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>>133899042
Note it has to be one of those angled desks.
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>>133899011
What? Just bring your laptop up to your chest and you'll have plenty of space for your arm to go around the back of the screen.
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>>133899011
Hang your laptop from the ceiling.
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>>133899011
Hire a hooker to give you a handjob while you read the sex scene.
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>>133899119
enjoy your fan death
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This is not what I learned Japanese for.

I think.
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>>133899175
>>>/jp/
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>>133899225
I was there just a moment ago.
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>>133899280
Then you should keep stuff with no relevance to DJT or /a/ on /jp/

Now if you turn the image into a learning resource of some sort or spam it enough to become thread culture then it would be fine.
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>>133899011
don't wank
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>>133899042
>>133899044
I'll look into these options, thanks.

>>133899119
I've tried this, it's doable but it's not something I'd want to do every time.

>>133899141
>>133899142
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>>133899175
>know all the kanji
>can't remember them on their own
>can't find the word because of that

Can someone parse the three big ass red kanji?
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>>133899413
knife mouth ground L

lid heart mountain

horns king gun eye
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おはようございましゅ。にーに
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>>133899446
thanks james heisig
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>>133899468
Good morning!
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>>133899468
最悪なましまろ
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Word of the day: 微分積分学

数学が好きなアノンがいますか
私たまに日本語で数学を勉強するのも悪くないと思います。特に復習の時には予想以上の効果が出るかもしれません。
時間消費は倍になるけど
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>>133899413
If you know them you should be able to piece it together from readings
超密着
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>>133899803
Fine fragment integration study
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>>133899175
Do they... come in gaijin size?
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>>133899814
Don't know my yomis.
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>>133899327
>or spam it enough to become thread culture then it would be fine
Challenge accepted.
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>>133899856
Goddamnit Heisig it says differential integral studies, which makes perfect sense.
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>>133899919
Fine part add part study
it's just so cute and perfect, really
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>>133899803
いあいあ、数学はどの言語でやってもおなじだよぅ
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>>133899011
Oculus Rift
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>>133899803
>数学が好きなアノンがいますか
*はいますか
昨日気をつけようと言ったばっかりなのに

>>133899992
あるいみそうですけど、実際数学やろうとしたら、いろんなことは言葉で伝えなければならないでしょう
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>>133899912
Why would you learn Japanese for Russian girls?
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むしろ数学や工学系の数学は英語の方が曖昧さが少なくなるように詳しく書いてある気がする。
日本語の教科書は曖昧すぎるよ。でも日本語で曖昧さを減らそうとするととても分厚い本になったしまう。悲しきかな。
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How do I make Winrar not shit itself when unpacking weebshit?
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>>133900225
>he still uses winrar

Get 7 zip you silly billy
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>>133900286
7zip has shitty shell integration. When I gave it a try I kept repacking .rar files because it's the first option on right click no matter the filetype. Stupid.
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>>133900083
解いた人の名前の発音をカタカナで書くことになってるよ。
だからこれ使っても、英語でやってもかわらないとおもうよ。
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>>133899912
>learning Japanese for 3D sluts
>not for you're waifu or at least cute anime girls in general
Has the image of DJT sunken so low? The sad thing is that being here I can attest that superficially this really looks like a more accurate description, though I prefer to believe it's just a minority of blogshitters being loud about their feels and what not.
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>>133900710
kore wa ii esa desu
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>tired of waiting for someone to scan something I want, want to get my compelling content now
>email a known scanner that does this stuff on request and money
>he replied to my first email almost immediately, but more than 24 hours passed since I asked how much the specific doujin I want would cost me

I hope he didn't think it was too disgusting to buy and scan
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>>133900710
君の嫁が存在しない。
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>>133900918
You have to tell us what it is now
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>>133900827
いや、心の底からそう思います
ここは/a/じゃないみたいになった
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>>133901001
Do you know TTL?
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>>133901039
read what it says under the 3dpd anon
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You know, while I don't think that a serious learner will fall into the traps, I can definitely see how a text parser could fuck over someone's learning.

If you look at the text parser before the game text, the incorrect shit that it throws at you can be kinda disorienting, and make things a lot harder than they need to be. If you didn't make a deliberate effort to always read off of the game screen before clicking, droning through with sort of a half-understanding of what's going on would be very easy.
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>>133900286
This is what 7zip does, even better.
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>>133899912
wat
I don't think the girl in the middle is asian
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>>133901075
だから「DJTのイメージ」っていったんだろう
あの画像を作ったアノンが「DJTはこんな風に見られているんでしょう」と思った。それこそが悲しいと言っている
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>>133901110
The trick is to go back after you understand the sentence in the parser and read through it again
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>>133901068
I sure don't
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>>133901465
exhentai.org/tag/artist:ttl
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>>133901116
Have you tried PeaZip?
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>>133901518
Looks compelling
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若いコが声かけてきたんだし

please help me understand this sentence, djt

mainly the kaketekitandashi part

is the verb 掛ける?
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>>133901518
There's one image in there that turns my dick to diamonds. I can't quite understand the dialogue properly yet though, which is annoying
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>>133901644
Which one? I already read pretty much all of TTL's stuff uploaded on the internet.
nokoriga is my favorite overall
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>>133901622
声をかける
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>>133901622
声かける is the verb, it roughly means to raise your voice, but not in the sense that you're yelling.

It's in ~てくる + past form, てきた
Then add んだ and し (they're separate grammar points).

See if you can figure it out now.
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>>133901622
声かけ is to say something, yes from 掛ける. きた in this case could mean 'finally', but I probably wouldn't put that in the translation. The young child finally uttered something, or however you want to say it
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>>133901519
>>
You lot are mostly hardcore ankidrones, aren't you? How do you like Memrise?
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>>133902150
A very shitty version of anki with a shinny interface.
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>>133902150
Memrise is pretty crap, I really wish it was better because when I used it the point system and so on was more motivating and less dull than anki, however it has a lot of flaws. You have to pay to use certain courses, you can't really add your own words, each language has one central database that you pull words from, and Japanese is divided into stupid sub-categories for things like only kanji (think RTK)... Basically it's a big clusterfuck, and things I complained about in pre-beta were never fixed (it uses a Chinese font for Japanese text by default for example).
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>>133901766
>>133901782
>>133901832

man, thank you so much

the source material written like this
若いコが声
かけてきたんだし

so it had me confused as fuck specially because 掛ける has like 20+ uses
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>>133902397
That's just because all the uses of 掛ける don't translate well into a single word in english. In very general terms, 掛ける means to 'apply' something, or to 'put into use'. So to 掛ける your voice means to say something
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何ぼ

I didn't think I'd still learn any new combinations of 何 and some Hiragana, but here I am.
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>>133903021
What are they trying to say about the character by having him "speak" in katakana?
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>>133901874
Run 7zip in AppLocale set to japanese. Then open and extract archive.
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>>133902397
Japs don't know shit about punctuation, they just throw in random ass newlines wherever they feel like it, refuse to use commas and periods etc.
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