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Read the guide before asking questions.
I was a big fan of Indiana Jones; then I realized he was kind of a fake hero. The real heroes are the people who work hard and do their stuff right, like firefighters and policemen.
Reminder that you should real an article from http://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/easy/ every day.
Is there any way to reorder new cards by word frequency?
I read a lot, so I have a whole bunch of accumulated new cards in my mining deck, and way too often I get bursts of rather specific vocab instead of more useful stuff.
Pretty cool, is this meant for children or something? Kids at this level really shouldn't have to care about this shit but it's still nice to have.
You should learn them before doing grammar, or at least while doing grammar. Kana really doesn't take very long.
What grammar guide are you using that is letting you get away with knowing no kana anyway? It's probably not a very good one.
Yeah, it's not particularly hard when you have the system down. The trick is to not try too hard to make the visualization something that would make logical sense in real life, and to not assign abstract concepts to any radicals etc. because they're harder to visualize than physical things. The latter is one reason why the KD mnemonics are often pretty weak.
I do non-kanji stuff the same way by having a visualization for each kana or frequent kana combination, after you have it all set up it makes remembering words incredibly easy to the degree that 90% of the time you can remember a word correctly the day after you first encounter it.
It's for kids and Japanese learners. There's an about page if you want to read it: http://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/easy/about.html
If you click on the icons in pic related, there are descriptions of various natural disasters, how to prepare for them, and what to do when they happen.
Really? I would understand if you were talking about Spanish or German, but it's really hard to believe it with Japanese.
But that's just too much work, isn't it? I'm doing the Jenki series of textbooks for now, it has romanization and the Japanese systems too. I'll switch to them after I can read something more meaningful in the romanization systems.
The purpose of a grammar guide is to get to you to point where you can start reading things in Japanese. You're going to get to the end of the grammar guide and realise you still can't read anything in Japanese because you can't read the writing system. Online dictionaries like jisho.org will be of no use to you either since they do not have romaji.
But the meaning is still in English though. And I though grammar and kanas had nothing in common, besides being Japanese of course.
I'm not saying I wont, I just want to delay it for a few months after I have a basic grasp of grammar.
>I'm not saying I wont, I just want to delay it for a few months after I have a basic grasp of grammar.
Nah, man. You're doing it tonight.
Is this good? I gave up 6 months ago then started again last month.
Please don't laugh at me.
You need to do more in terms of quantity. Up the new cards each day. Don't worry if you forget them, it doesn't matter because they'll come back, one day you'll remember them. Just make sure you are exposing yourself more.
So I started learning this characters (kanji), but I don't understand which pronunciation to learn, the Chinese (onyomi) or the Japanese (kunyomi)? I'm thinking Japanese since I'm learning Japanese, is this correct?
>have an old android phone
>only study on phone
>want to study on pc
>try and sync phone data
>can't upload my progress
>can't sync ankidroid progress with PC
How do I do this?
also, I plan to buy a new phone. How can I transfer my ankidroid to the new phone if syncing through servers isn't possible?
does plane copy-paste from old phone memory card to new one work?
I'm already at my 6th month with Kyoiku Kanji deck and the core 6k. Don't really wanna start all over again. help me /a/
Yes, the deck file is the same. But I want to use my progress on my phone since I don't want to start all over again.
My phone just can't sync. I don't really know why. It just says synchronization fail every time.
Depends what threshold you consider "starting". If starting to learn kana counts as starting, then I imagine almost everyone fails because people are lazy and dumb and get discouraged when they realize the mountain ahead of them.
I'd still say the majority of people fail if you consider starting Tae Kim / Core to be starting. The startup pastebin gets over 300 views a week yet DJT's IP count never really goes above 100 (at least not around this time, it does during summer and new years). If you consider finishing Tae Kim or a similar guide as starting, then maybe closer to half (or less, who knows).
I think once you get to the point where the majority of your "studying" is just reading things you're interested in, it's kind of hard to feel any reason to "give up" unless you're not interested in anything related to Japanese anymore. At that point, when you're still able to find plenty of compelling content, the closest you can do to "giving up" is dropping Anki when it's still beneficial to you, and even then you're still making decent progress.
Tried to sync it again. Damned phone says a problem occured now.
It's a Gionee Pioneer-P1. I bought it when I visited India then used it ever since.
Yes it's a touchscreen phone.
Not looking to learn japanese seriously yet, but I need help with a sentence: Sometime, somewhere I heard "Honto de wa arimasen". What does it mean? Does it even mean anything?
Google translate (untrustworthy af) said it means "There is no I in really" or something like that...
You fucking twat anon
Is that what it means, or do you mean that it means nothing special ..?
I feel like this is the
"What does 'Jag vet inte' mean?"
"I don't know."
"You don't know?!"-issue all over again.
Thank you, friend.
All of you were very helpful by not cussing at me.
Have a good day now desu
I was joking, it was a play on "why Japanese people"
For some reason it doesn't seem to change the font when I change it in Firefox's settings (same with Japanese text it seems). Not sure if I need an addon or something for it to work, but it's not really a big deal.
Are you anons talking about the ankidroid folder in my phone's memory card?
Should I just copy it then paste it in the anki directory in my pc? I can do that, but would it work?
It was a good item for my visit in india.
I need help please
>>Deki machita wa = Dekimashita wa = I'm done!/I did well!
>>Uhyo = hehe
Let's assume this is right and I'm not completely retarded, why the ち instead of し?
Ah, I also need some help here:
Really unsure about 天 and what follows it.
idk I can't see that shit
It doesn't look like 百 it looks like 能 without ム
unless thats furigana, cant see it properly
other word is 天才
"You!!! The 百! the 百
(You're) a genius!!"
>tfw new day starts at the exact time I go to bed so I always finish on time
I turned on the option to show the answer timer in Anki and for some reason I've been going was faster than I used to. I'm not even paying much attention to it most of the time but since I've turned it on I've been able to focus more easily and space out less often.
so this thread got me wondering, I'm not doing anything wrong by grinding core2k and taeKim and picking up kanji along the way instead of sitting there grinding kanji by themselves... right?
You'll still learn Japanese, you just might struggle more along the way than you otherwise would have. Might.
Can someone tell me what the best way to use Anki is?
So I already read from the guide to remove the review limit. What else? When using it I either click on AGAIN or GOOD but never HARD or EASY. Am I doing it wrong?
The image in >>139693344 pretty much encapsulates it. There isn't really a "correct" answer. People who went the vocab only route will tell you that's better and people who went the "kanji study and then vocab alongside/after" route will tell you that their method is better.
People who did kanji study will tell you that vocab will just blur together and you'll have a harder time with vocab the further in your get as you pile on more and more similar looking kanji and weird readings. Whether that's true or not, I don't know.
I usually don't see valid arguments from vocab people against kanji methods aside from I guess "if you're not having problems distinguishing similar kanji then there's not much reason to do kanji study", which is true. Most of the time it's silly stuff like them not understanding how mnemonics work or saying that people who do RTK/KD can't read or whatever.
Just do what works best for you. Everyone's going to think their method is best because it's what worked for them and they think the same will apply to everyone else.
>Whether that's true or not, I don't know.
Vocab guy here, I think it is. I can read things, even LOGH and Dies Irae, without much sweat but when it comes to individually identifying Kanji I suck like absolute balls. I learned "料簡" recently and thought "Huh, is 簡 a new kanji? Maybe nonjouyou?" but upon looking it up it's in fucking 簡単 of all things. Despite knowing many words with it, out of context I couldn't recognize it.
So, individual kanji study is something I thing is very valuable to distinguishing between kanji out of context, but in the context of reading/understanding "real" text it's not as important.
>I usually don't see valid arguments from vocab people against kanji methods aside from I guess "if you're not having problems distinguishing similar kanji then there's not much reason to do kanji study", which is true.
What about the one where people are retarded and frequently end up studying kanji in extremely inefficient ways?
Vocab people can do the same thing, it's just a bit harder to manage to do. Even then, doing an established working method in an extremely inefficient way would make it their fault, not the fault of the method / the concept of studying kanji individually. Unless by "inefficient" you mean the epic "memorizing a bunch of stupid useless stories/keywords" meme, in which case that goes back to not understanding how mnemonics work.
The thing is, when do you ever need to distinguish individual Kanji? If you can read the words surely it doesn't matter.
I guess it would help for writing, but the vast majority of us will only ever type anyway.
That's probably the biggest benefit, yeah. It's mostly a choice of "spend a few months (or a few weeks if you're a really dedicated NEET) doing a kanji study method and then jumping into reading/vocab/grammar", or "jump straight into reading/vocab/grammar but have a harder time with it and not be able to go as fast with vocab without dropping retention".
Along with the other things of course, but still.
Gotta keep it for the memes
No fucking shit! I was listening to Japanese music for so long with no idea what it meant. It was a fucking shame, ESPECIALLY because of the fact that I listen to hipster singer-songwriters. It's so goddamn orgasmic to be able to understand lyrics and look up what the artist is doing via twitter or their blogs or whatever instead of scrambling around for scraps of translations some mexican wrote while sniffing crack
Of course, this only applies if you're listening to music that's actually good. If you're unironically listening to anison trash, understanding the lyrics will lead you to becoming disillusioned with it, which is a good thing in the end I guess
I still listen to that shit tho (汗)
I can't tell if you're joking or not
That's a pretty extremely atypical case though, RTK shouldn't take you any more than a few months. That's like saying you shouldn't use VNs as reading practice because that one guy has been reading Flyable Heart for over a year and hasn't finished the common route or that you shouldn't use manga as reading practice because that one guy has been studying for 7 years and can barely understand Yotsuba. There's no reason to discard a method because it's possible to go too slowly with. Might as well not bother learning Japanese in general if that's the mindset you're going to adapt.
You're not wrong that it's atypical, but there's still room to argue that one more level of studying before reading is just one more level where people can fuck up and waste tons of time, even if you say that other levels have the same problem. The only place where this would particularly not be a potential problem for certain people with studying kanji in isolation is if they skipped formal "vocab as such" study altogether and went straight to reading from kanji, like Kaufman did. However, I'm not saying that there's any argument against people who are already studying kanji in a sensible way; only that there should be a warning if someone gives kanji study as advice.
So if I know Hira and Katakana. But no vocabulary or grammar or Kanji.
How should my daily study plan look like? Study grammar, vocabulary and kanji at the same time with the same amount of time dedicated to each? Kanji using RTK and Anki, vocab with Anki and grammar with Tae Kim?
Right, but it's a silly argument that isn't exclusive to kanji study at all. It applies to all of Japanese; be consistent and study every day if you want solid progress. If you set a minimum amount of like 20-25 kanji to go through every day with RTK, then it won't take longer than a few months (or less depending on how dedicated you are).
>by the definitions.
Maybe you should learn English first. And it's not hard, you just have to keep at it. If you don't want to put in any effort, don't bother learning at all.
I know English already from the time I was a little kodomo. I want to put in effort, but I want to cut corners wherever I can. I'm not even considering learning the Chinese characters honestly, that just seems close to impossible. I don't want to spend 2-3 years just doing that.
>Sorry if I said something stupid, I was just wondering...
If you're actually serious then you're a fucking moron. Grammar is what actually structures languages, without it we'd do nothing but point and shout the name of objects, that's the limit of your communication without grammar.
Seriously how the fuck did you expect to read the different words tenses and conjugations without knowing any of them? It would look like this to you. "He look** ** bird" That is how sentances would look to you if you were stupid enough to ignore grammar like a fucking dolt.
You're the worst case of できない I have ever seen. Piss off.
>Right, but it's a silly argument that isn't exclusive to kanji study at all.
I literally just said that it applies to every level. People can waste time anywhere. The difference is that doing kanji before vocab is an extra step and you need to take even more caution than normal when you have extra steps. I said that my argument does not qualify when there is kanji study and not vocab study. Please hear what I actually say and not some vague mimetic approximation.
>It applies to all of Japanese; be consistent and study every day if you want solid progress.
Okay, you clearly don't understand the example cases where people waste all their time on one level then. It's not because they don't do enough, it's because they think they're not done yet.
But "He look** **bird" makes sense, in the sense that I can understand it perfectly without even knowing any grammar. Maybe it's different with Japanese, but how exactly?
Why so offensive?
I ctrl+fd 'remember the kanji' in the guide but nothing. Sorry for being retarded but please redirect me to it. I'm already doing core vocab anki but I guess I could be learning kanji as well.
>But "He look** **bird" makes sense
Because it's an incredibly simple sentance. I'll stop shouting at you since >>139695064 proved to me beyond a shadow of a doubt that you're baiting.
At least people arn't actually that fucking stupid, not here for now at least.
Look in the resources section It's a seperate doc now.
I'm not really sure what you're trying to get at that isn't already obvious. I understand what you're saying, but I think you're being silly. Most people who recommend doing kanji study supplement that recommendation with the warning that they shouldn't spend any longer than a few months on it anyways, so it's a non-issue.
>use a texhooker you dolt
Most of the stuff I read can't be texthooked. Actually, that is probably why I think individual kanji study is more valuable than most people around here do.
>Reading or looking up words you don't know without needing texthooker?
Ceases to be a problem when you know enough vocab.
OCR programs and google translate's drawing tool exists.
>Most of the stuff I read can't be texthooked
Why are you cockteasing me, anonymous?
>But that's just too much work, isn't it?
No it fucking isn't. Learning Kana is nothing compared to the amounts of vocab and grammar you will be learning later on.
Assuming that you aren't some weaksauce cunt that will give up as soon as things get a nilly willy bit difficult.
"It shouldn't take longer than X or you're doing it wrong" isn't a warning, it's an observation. But people feel like they're stupid and need extra time to "master" the material. They know they've already "done RTK". People who feel like they're never done will never progress past doing something that they view as a prerequisite for the next step, which is absolutely the case you're presenting to them if you say "Studying kanji in isolation can help you learn vocabulary easier". And if you load on two sentences of detailed explanation, they won't read it correctly and will approximate what you're saying as that same binary thing. People are stupid.
The problem here isn't the fact that RTK should only take a certain amount of time, the problem is that they do nothing but RTK and nothing but RTK for a long time. People who /actually/ can't make themselves do N kanji a day are dekinais. The problem is people who feel the need to master one material before moving onto the next. People like that *will not respond to advice* to give up what they started and go to the next stage; They'll "start over japanese from scratch" instead, which is code for "giving up but pretending to not give up".
You might not be someone who has trouble getting stuck on one piece of material, but these people DO exist, and they WILL misunderstand you when you explain the caveats to them so long as you beat around the bush or say it in ten words or less.
"One should not study kanji in isolation before working on vocab." I know that most people who can do it, but "most" isn't good enough for general advice. "If one wants to study kanji in isolation they should do it alongside memorizing words instead of beforehand".
Yes, this is actually a big difference, and no, it is *not* "obvious".
Alright, well we're just going to have to agree to disagree and move on then. I'd rather spend the time reading than for both of us to spin our wheels going nowhere with this.
The kanji in question he mentioned was an extremely common one that is in several words he already knows, though. His point was kanji blurring together the more words and kanji you learn if you take the vocab-only route. Follow the whole conversation.
When Isaid I can read things like LOGH/Dies Irae without much sweat I meant looking up the words isn't crushing or overwhelming, not that I don't look up words. I still do.
As a vocab guy that really isn't much of a problem. New words are pretty rare, and even then half the time you can guess the pronunciation just from context or recognizing the phonetic components of the kanji
>Does this imply you're actually reading at a decent pace?
Yeah. Did you see that LOGH word frequency dump? The vast majority of words used are common words like you'd expect. Same for Dies Irae (though the words it uses are "common" for chuuni games of which I have read a couple). It's all Japanese in the end.
I will admit that the chants in Dies Irae are far above my skill level but they are not very at allfrequent in comparison to most of the normal text so it's not something I sweat about too much.
The vocab curve with VNs is amusing. I mined like 80 new words in the first 20kb of text in 聖騎士MeltyLovers (shelved it for a while / read it on the side because I got really bored of it), and I've only mined 30 so far in the 200kb (a bit under half a route) that I've read so far today.
>ask for chicken legs
>get chicken feet instead
The last one is the Heisig kanji for books, the first ones are the kanji for a Heisig dictionary, the second one is the Heisig kanji for a cyclopedia/encyclopedia. What's the problem here?
The problem is that sometimes people forget that any language has multiple words for a thing that varies slightly. For example Mad, Angry, Furious, Livid etc and they'll show a bunch of Kanji that all means "mad" and say "LOOK AT THIS FUCKING GOOK LANGUAGE HAHAHA"
No new cards, limit reps to something manageable (200 I guess) and you fucking grind every day to get them back to normal, then do new cards again.
DO NOT RESET THE DECK. I made that mistake, though I did it after over a year so it made a little more sense.
How good are you guys at understanding the meaning of words from the kanji they use? It's always seemed like a weak spot for me
Like if you saw 断食 for the first time would you be able to tell what it means? It seems pretty obvious to me after I've already looked it up, but I'd never know otherwise
Because the whole point of Anki is to drill words into you over time. So after a while cards will have certain intervals, and if you reset then you fuck that up.
Also just grinding throug the reps like I described would be faster than going through the deck like it was new again.
>My point was that two words which can easily be confused has the same reading.
Which was so clear by the "Cmon nipponmen what are you doing" statement you made. Maybe people wouldn't be confused if you didn't try to communicate in meme speak all the time you cuck fuck
>To avoid confusion with the image of rice seedlings to appear later, we shall take these seedlings out of their agricultural setting in the rice fields and into the frame of Brave New World surgery, where "ideas" or "values" are being implanted into brains like seedlings to insure a harmonious society. Then you need only imagine them taking root and breaking out into flower right through the tops of the skulls of people walking around on the streets
Oh boy, we're off to a promising start here.
You gotta look em up to check the pronunciation anyway. です i think figuring out what kanji are probably used just from hearing the pronunciation is the more important skill when you're at an advanced level
I just remember all of them and think "It's either A B or C and they all mean D" and if I'm correct then I press easy. I'll learn them better through compelling content than I ever will through core.
imouto still answers questions but he doesn't avatarfag his answers anymore, so they get buried under the full-Japanese shitposts most people skip over. A bit weird that he chooses to only avatarfag his shitposts, but whatever.
Huh? What does that have to do with what I said? He said imouto doesn't answer questions anymore, which is incorrect, he just only attaches pictures to his shitposts now, which makes it seem like he only shitposts because people don't notice his answers as much anymore. Just dropping the whole RPing and avatarfagging act and getting a trip instead would be ideal, but whatever, I'm not autistic enough to care so much about it that I scream "roleplaying" at the drop of a mention of imouto.
How are VNs usually/typically mentioned by Japanese people?
I never really see or hear them say ビジュアルノベル. エロゲ is common but not all VNs are eroge.
Asking because I don't know how to name my VN folder.
He doesn't and never really answered questions. He just kind of comments on random things that the question makes him think about. Like, his posts do often have some information, but it's rarely a proper answer to the question,
I have the impression that, while they probably recognize that it is it's own genre, they don't really differentiate that much and just call them ゲーム.
Case in point, look at the wikipedia article for Muv Luv. The english version defines it as a "visual novel" in the first sentence, but the Japanese version don't mention that, instead it defines it as a アドベンチャーゲーム
We believe that we invent symbols. The truth is that they invent us; we are their creatures, shaped by their hard, defining edges. When language learners take their lesson they are given a meme, a macro image stamped with the profile of Dekinai. Their acceptance of that mockery is their acceptance of the despair and burdens of language learners—they are fearful from that moment, though they may know nothing of the language itself. I did not know that then, but it is a profound mistake to believe that we must know of such things to be influenced by them, and in fact to believe so is to believe in the most debased and superstitious kind of magic. The would-be sorcerer alone has faith in the efficacy of pure knowledge; rational people know that things act of themselves or not at all.
You're trying to pick a fight, aren't you?
A native answering questions and only using said trip for answering questions is the only case in the thread where trips are legitimately warranted. That's proper usage of a trip. It erases any doubt whenever they answer a question and you know the answer you're getting is a reliable one. There's nothing wrong with using it in that case. Your new is showing, stop trying so hard to fit in.
>only using said trip for answering questions
>know the answer you're getting is a reliable one
yeah id trust anyone with a trip without question also ill use a trip so you know which dick to suck while youre wandering around blindfolded trying to find that nihongo perapera you so desperately seek
Sure feels good having a parallel text. Even when not consulting it, the mere existence within reach of the English translation is a very nice backing to have.
>still being so uncomfortable with grammar you ever may feel the need to consult any English version
It's compelling content, and I'm motivated by the challenge. Half a page an evening and about one serious grammar mistake per page, but it will get better.
I wasted about five years on and off doing mostly Anki reps, almost no reading and barely any Tae Kim because the stuff I was reading was perfectly suited to my level but not very interesting to me. No more.
Can someone tell me what that kanji is please?
An anki habit IS a whole lot of good if you add a minimum of 10 new words a day. I'm guessing you did pittance reviews and no new cards, which isn't really a healthy anki habit. Kind of like someone going to the gym only once a month and saying "let this be a lesson to those who think going to the gym will do them a lot of good" after he's still unhealthy.
What does もってかないと mean? It's about bringing お土産.
I get that it's something like "have to carry", but I'm having trouble understanding what the か adds.
I also have trouble with this sentence
あんましパラパラとちゃったな in regard to ご飯.
Something about the rice being sticky?
I'm on Yotsubato chapter 49.
>still finishing the reps of yesterday
literally the same but you can feel free to suck one of them
if you dont bring omiage youre in deep shit mister
あんましパラパラとちがったな whats your issue here exactly
I get that you're in deep shit if you don't bring お土産, but what does the か in もってかないと mean? At first I thought it was 買う, but that would be もって買わないと.
My issue with あんましパラパラとちがったな is that I'm not sure I understand it properly. Japanese onomatopoeic words confuse me.
do you understand that もってかないと can be broken down? im not trying to insult you i just never see people break things down into the smallest parts when trying to understand grammar and as a result, well look at all the bad posts around us right now. also the か is not talking about 買 its part of the grammar
break it down into the smallest parts and tell me how you understand each part as they relate to each other
same thing for the other sentence. dictionary look up the onomatapoeic words youre identifying, break the sentence down into the smallest parts you are able, explain how you understand them as they relate to each other and post back
this is important stuff and youll never see anyone else here ask you to do this because no ones willing to go out that far for anyone unless its to berate them
There's no set number because it varies from kanji to kanji. Memorize the ones that are used a lot, treat the ones used only in 1-2 specific words or only in obscure words as exceptions and learn them separately. Poking around at jisho should make it pretty clear which are which.
What threw me off about was もってかないと was that the い in 行く was abbreviated.
パラパラ onomatopoetic word for sprinkle, scattered, crumbly?
ちがった different, not in it's intended state
な indicates emphasis
It was too crumbly so it was wrong?
Am I supposed to feel discouraged about trying to learn both kanji and vocab at the same time using the recommended kanji decks?
I feel like I'm running into a bunch of kanji I don't know in vocab and learning it from there is both hard and frustrating.
Should I just keep going through kanji only and do vocab after I get a couple thousand kanji in my memory?
the suns barely out and youre already out of options but to spam kill yourself lmao
no real major problems until you get to と ちがった
its hard for me to convey in english but と is giving you association (as if to say 'like' or 'with' but dont think of と as one of those words 1:1) with パラパラ and then ちがった is telling you something is different from the thing と is connected to ala パラパラ
so the gohan was actually too べたべた and not ぱらぱら enough (the opposite)
if youve made and eaten rice yourself often it makes more sense probably than to someone who doesnt due to whatever gaijin shit. being able to get a grip on words because of the situation being familiar is probably a thing that can help you understand
な is fine also
i started with tae kim and felt that nothing was sticking in my mind. now japanese the manga way feels the same but at least im 90 pages into it
i just hope i dont end up having to read both
yeah ive heard that reading at the beginning sucks ass because you have to refer back to your grammar book all the time.
im mostly just reading it so im somewhat familiar with the grammar
How long till the japanese starts look normal?
There's really no reason to have the tabs be in Japanese either. It started like that because the guy who made the CoR was somewhat autistic but different people are maintaining it now right?
>grinding muh reps
>been up since 2 am because neet sleep schedule
>have anki set up to start the day later so i don't get fucked
>procrastinating as usual, few hrs left to complete reps
>finally get started
>1hr of boredom and sorrow later i am almost finished new cards
>suddenly 20+100 cards out of fucking nowhere because i miscalculated the time
>increase the time by a few more hrs so i dont get fucked
>20 new cards still
this shit just fucked my entire day up and i still got my vocab deck to do as well
Shin Sekai Yori?
Because I'm like 8 episodes in and that's the most obvious thing ever. I don't know the details but
when they mentioned the 4 different "colonies" of humans during the dark ages I assumed the rats were from one of them
I suppose I should leave before I get real spoilers though
Her crush becomes a karma demon and kills himself.
The pussyboy and the pink haired girl run away from the village and have a child. Then they`re killed by the queerats and their child is raised by the queerats in order to become a fake fiend.
Fake fiend kid kills a queerat general and dies because of it.
Queerats are humans, the end.
Dude if you wanna spoil someone you gotta make the first few words count. You can't start with something obvious. Dunno what you're aiming for anyway desu I don't really care much about spoilers for anime since they are so short and the plot progresses so quickly it's not you're running a 80+ hour VN by saying that Sora dies.
i've been using the kanji damage plus deck up until now and i'm 600 cards in, now that i found out about the other good kanji decks im thinking about swapping but i'd lose a month of work.
s-should i do it? the kanjidamage deck is ok but it blatantly uses incorrect meanings sometimes and fucks me over, and it doesn't always show onyomi + kunyomi
Problem with Kanji though is you still don't know any words. Unless what you play is fully voice acted so you can read along, you won't know what it is. Yes, some meanings are obvious, but others are not.
Can kanji fags tell me the meanings of these without looking them up?
>can you tell me the meaning of words you don`t know yet?
No but kanjifags can read them regardless.
People who focus on vocabulary learn readings as well as anyone else. You just learn the readings as they come up in vocabulary. Provided you've learned vocab previously that used that kanji, there's no reason you can't read the word without knowing what it means. There's no true advantage to learning kanji by themselves unless you have trouble differentiating them when you try to learn vocabulary.
Never thought I'd actually get to see that used in the wild, I feel complete
>open porn doujin
>get novel thick with historical allusions and vocabulary denser than LOGH