Japanese Guide

Hi everyone :slight_smile:,
Recently i have created a course


Please post any errors you see here.


Many Thanks, ML

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Oh wow. Thanks @tampora i love your courses :blush:

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Salutations @MarshallLanguages this is MemriseOverlordSherwi and I have been on your course

https://www.memrise.com/course/1999176/japanese-guide/

And my eyes have picked up the fact that you have not entered the process of utilizing your course, so I would appreciate if you continue utilizing your course

MemriseMasterSherwi

@MarshallLanguages
Hi, I just realised in level 2 of your Japanese Guide course that there are two entries for soup. Thought I’d let you know in case you wanted to amend this. :slight_smile:

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Thanks. Ill look into it

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DAMN IT I WAS NEARLY IN THE PROCESS OF OVERTAKING YOUR SCORE :rage:
ILL BE ABDUCTING THAT #1 LEADERBOARD

MemriseMasterSherwi

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How am i more popular than @tampora on Memrise lol i in 190 followers 5 following and he on 18 following 36 followers. HE SHOULD BE MORE POPULAR

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HUMBLEBRAG

humblebrag
ˈhʌmb(ə)lbraɡ/Submit
informal
noun
1.
an ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement whose actual purpose is to draw attention to something of which one is proud.
“social media status updates are basically selfies, humblebrags, and rants”
verb
1.
make an ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement with the actual intention of drawing attention to something of which one is proud.
“she humblebragged about how ‘awful’ she looks without any make-up”

@MarshallLanguages
It’s probably because you’ve created helpful language courses, generally you get more followers for that.
I know myself I usually only follow people with courses that I am currently taking or am going to be doing in the near future. :slightly_smiling_face:

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I’ve added hiragana and katakana to the course as the first two levels, and also added audio for all the words as well for all the other levels, apart from the word “juice” as for some reason I couldn’t get the audio for that word.
I will try and eventually add audio for all of the hiragana and katakana as well when I get some free time. :slight_smile:

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Wow! Thanks :yum:

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Anyway, @MarshallLanguages, I have substantially created a Periodic Table Course (unfortunately it is not exciting for Earth-humans as data shows that people of Earth do not care that much unless they are a nerd/ scientist :pensive:) and I would be delighted if you could utilize it / join it to the Learn Korean group :yum:

https://www.memrise.com/course/1979894/the-periodic-table-24/

MemriseMasterSherwi

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Attention All: I and @tampora are addind audio for katakana and hiragana and a NEW level has been added

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YEY!!! AND I AM GOING TO OVERTAKE @tampora ! YEY!!!

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Audio for Hiragana and Katakana have both been added, I have also added audio to the new level “Dreams and Ambitions” as well. :slight_smile:

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i’m actually doing the periodic table in class rn so that’s actually pretty helpful

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Wow. You have 2 million on the course…


Although in the past 2 months i have 350,000 :wink:. i sometimes do this

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Yeah, I find sometimes I have to review things over and over, as my brain just can’t seem to comprehend some things.
So a lot of the time when I’m learning something new I end up reviewing the items daily for a few weeks, even if memrise says I don’t need to, as I know my brain will go blank otherwise and completely forget everything otherwise… :tired_face:

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I’m also like that. When I learn something new, I review daily for a few weeks, and then at least 1-2 times a week, otherwise I forget :wink:

And there is also the problem of forgetting the word in English, and I do not know what the Japanese word he is asking :frowning:

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