View topic - Anyone else try passive memorization？
it's kind of wierd I'm just wondering if anyone else studies JLPT Vocab this way.
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The point is, I don't think you discovered anything new. The real question is, "do you enjoy studying that way?"
Don't let anyone talk you out of studying the way you enjoy because there are always trade-offs. People who use Remembering the Kanji will be very good at writing kanji straight from memory because they concentrate on it and put kanji readings off until later. People, like me, who learn kanji straight from kanji dictionaries will be good at kanji readings because they concentrate on it and put writing off until later. People who speak early and often will be more fluent because they concentrate on it and put proficiency off until later. People who rarely speak will be more proficient because they concentrate on it and put fluency off until later. By the time everyone rounds out their skills, the amount of study time might be the same. The thing is, many people stop studying intensively at some point before that because they are satisfied with their overall ability. These people sometimes tell people that are concentrating on the opposite skill that they are learning inefficiently, so beware.
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