Refold Japanese Vocab Deck
Congratulations on starting your Japanese language journey! There’s never been a better time to start.
The hardest part of learning a new language is building the initial foundation of comprehension. Once you can understand enough to enjoy native media, the whole learning process becomes much easier, and way more fun.
By the time you finish this deck, you should hear or see a known word in almost every sentence of your immersion.
Whether you’re a complete beginner or you’ve been studying for a while, this deck will help you level up your comprehension so you can start learning directly from Japanese media.
Japanese is more difficult than other languages because you need to learn both vocabulary AND the kanji that represents that vocabulary. In the past, learners would study kanji and vocabulary separately. They would consciously break down the kanji into its component parts (aka. radicals) as a way to help them remember.
We’ve taken a different approach and combined these two activities into a single process. The goal of this deck is to take advantage of your brain’s pattern recognition so that you can learn to recognize a kanji the same way you’d recognize a human face.
By using this deck, you’ll learn to understand more than 1,000 words in Japanese, and you’ll learn to recognize ~700 unique kanji.
How to Study Vocabulary - 3 Key Parts
1. Vocabulary study is just one part of onboarding into a new language. The other two parts are media immersion and grammar study.
2. When you learn a word in this deck, it creates a mental dictionary entry in your brain. Each time you see the word in your immersion, you will add a little bit more information and context into that dictionary entry until you fully understand the word.
3. Grammar study helps you to identify and understand the word in your immersion.
Make sure you are doing all three of these activities to get the most out of this deck.
How to Use The Deck
For each card:
- Look at the word/kanji on the front of the card.
- Try to recall the reading for that kanji.
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