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Adam, you’ve gone soft. You used to be hardcore. You’d tell people they must learn all the kanji first. You’d tell people they must ..read more
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We all have goals, big and small. Things get in the way, preventing you from achieving them. Not any more. This time you are going to win ..read more
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The new versions of the Android and iOS apps were just released, which include a new optional setting feature called Kanji Assist: From ..read more
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I once saw a Japanese Ted Talk which discussed the clever process of how a manufacturer came up with new ideas to develop toys. He played ..read more
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I’ve gotten various interest over time for continuing the Jalup series to 10,000 cards, including full native audio and Jalup App card ..read more
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Spaced repetition systems (SRS) have become a pretty standard feature with a lot of studying apps these days. It’s pretty simple – you ..read more
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I don’t get it. Japanese has a habit of making me say this more times than I can remember. Things go smoothly until they don’t. It’s ..read more
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We all have goals, big and small. Things get in the way, preventing you from achieving them. Not any more. This time you are going to win ..read more
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I studied Japanese. I got good. I got fluent. Because of this, when I talk with Japanese people who don’t know me, I often get an ..read more
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“I did it. You can too!” The era of success stories. It used to be about textbooks, teachers and “good luck.” Then came one success ..read more

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