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What I'm saying is, it is hard to guage anyone's skill level that has been reading websites by just asking "how much do you know?" My advice to the original poster is, because you're taking the website route, you can begin anywhere you want. Whether this is to your advantage or not depends on how dilligent you are with the study. If you've already studied a certain topic, than studying it again at this site wouldn't be prudent would it? This site in general isn't one that is laid out lesson by lesson like other sites might be. Like I said, it is more of a dictionary type website with everything in categories. If you take the study seriously, then map out the website with what you will and will not learn and go from there. There really isn't a place where someone could just point you to and say "this is the spot you should be".
Nonetheless, in my opinion, always begin with basic grammar to understand how particles, nouns, and verbs work. Then move on to master kana. Then continue with grammar and vocab, and learning kanji should always be last. This is usually the preferred method for most, and even if you're teaching yourself, if you break up your studies into these categories, you'll be ahead of the game in the end.
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