Assuming they haven't asked you for the word read yet (with the pic of a guy reading a blue book), I would recommend clicking on each of the pictures when they show them, just to hear what each word sounds like. But they have shown you what read looks like as one if the answer choices in previous lessons.
So when I think "yomu" I think of a time of focus and "nomu" as a time to relax (drink)... It's how I'm differentiating and memorizing them
This system is a lot like Rosetta Stone, you learn what the word is through trial and error.
No need to be rude ppl
I thought that
in japanese was 読み。 読=よ。 Is it?
should I learn 読む for read or よむ? and what's the difference between 読 alone and 読む with the "mu"