'Sup guys, now is this a group thing or is just still self study? I came from reddit and I want to know how far will this guide take me? and is it for people who just memorized the kana?
did you save all of your livestreams?
Wait- What exactly am I looking at in this thread? I got linked here from reddit, and can't really tell what this is. It looks like a good outline to a Japanese course using several different resources but there is a lot of info here and I feel like I am missing some context.
Can anybody help me getting started? Thanks!
The links at the beginning of course (SGJL 01 - 16) in go to the Memrise courses where you learn. It rotates and gradually progresses between kanji, grammar and vocabulary. Just go to the first course which is Hiragana then go on from there when you finish it.
Edited: 2017-03-05, 11:23 pm
So far for the few days I've done zettai ep1, i'm finding the mostly japanese nature of the course very helpful to adjusting to the speed. I've not finished tae kim yet (was too bored of it a few years ago). If in a month, i'm finding this still helpful and translating to other areas, I'd love to contribute to the project.
Enjoying working through the courses on Memrise.
Thank you all for your hard work :-)
Finished up Zettai Kareshi ep 04. Next thing to prep is RTK Optimized 1110 - 3001
Great guide! As everything you post in here indeed.
Just one question, did you make any index or sorted in any way ADOBJG to study it along with Tae Kim's Grammar? I am always skimming through this book but I would like to read it completely from the start until the end if I find any logical way to sort it.
Enjoying working through the Memrise courses.
Just finished Tae Kim Part 04.
Any chance of adding the final Tae Kim advanced sections into Tae Kim Part 05?
Respectfully Dom :-)
I've been studying with Genki one for almost two weeks now. I'm at lesson 5. I review every chapter with anki / memrise Genki courses every day and I feel like I made a lot of progress lastly. But the only kanji I'm doing are the one at the end of the book. I'm moving to Japan in two weeks and I really want to be prepared. So I can hold a conversation and progress a little bit every day. Where should I start with this guide ? Should I drop genki and start these courses?
Thanks for your advice.
NM, thanks so much for your work setting this up. I've been bouncing around study methods and it really helped me focus on studying rather than flailing around trying out different tools and methods.
I notice in one of your early videos you had a KLC option next to RTK. I can't seem to find that in the first post or memrise; Is it something that you abandoned or is there still a KLC you recommend?
I'm pretty much going to stick with your method right now so if RTK is what's recommended I don't mind shelling out a few extra bucks for the companion book to switch systems, especially when I'm this fresh into the whole process and not heavily invested one way or the other.
Edited: 2017-05-19, 9:29 am