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Hi! There are two 本気 in Core 6000 - 3 note. "本気: [noun] troubles, worries" doesn't… - Feed Post from Annick to adkdcmorgan

Hi! There are two 本気 in Core 6000 - 3 note.
"本気: [noun] troubles, worries" doesn't seem right.
posted by Annick

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  • adkdcmorgan
    Thank you for the heads up. I will take a look at that! I hadn't done my double check of that 3rd note yet. I look forward to taking a look at some of your notes at some point. The JLPT ones must have taken you a while to put up. The notes section seems so valuable but only as valuable as our efforts. I didn't discover what they were right away.
  • Annick
    I didn't find out about the notes right away either, too bad a lot of people still don't know about them. My notes are often around a theme or a way (for me)to learn kanji, like names for instance or radical. The ones around a theme take more time to do because I need to do a little research first, like now I'm doing Omiyage and Meibutsu (not public yet), on regional specialties, take me more time than I thought and I doubt it would interest anybody but me...but I'm having fun.
  • adkdcmorgan
    I fixed the [noun] troubles, worries part of the Core 6000 - 3 note...I had the wrong kanji in there. Thanks again. The notes section is such a great way to give your self exposure to the thinks that you want to learn. Kanji is quickly becoming a focus of mine. I don't know many Japanese people or non-native speakers...reading Japanese is a better goal for me now. I have used a lot of sites before but japaneseclass.jp has pulled me in and has been fun and has me motivated. I have started learning Japanese in 1989...I took a college class and learned the kana and some kanji. I am no where near fluent but enjoy trying to read untranslated manga still. I look forward to seeing more of your progress and will definately use some of your public notes...ganbatte!
  • Annick
    Reading is my first goal, I like studying kanji and their elements, it's really interesting. I started learning a few years ago, took a break and came back this last spring. I've learned kana the hard way you may say XD, I had noticed on a text written in Japanese and romanji that some characters had a phonetic value and started written them down. I'm still the kind to take the test first and look at the lesson after. I haven't used a lot of sites prior to Japanese class, I used mostly Drill Kanji and tried reading Japanese manga ;) I think reading is the best way to learn. Hope to see more of your notes. 頑張って!
  • adkdcmorgan
    Awesome day Annick!
  • Annick