Tip For Japanese Learners
I found it really useful to look for hidden images or sounds in letters and words. For example, I realised that "mo" looks a lot like a hook that you use for fishing. So, when you're having trouble remembering things, just find some little things you can remember.
Yup, も this is MO the Sailor, in my mind. And む this one looks a little bit like a MU cow. And ね looks just like a cat. How do you say "cat" in Japanese? NE-ko.
If you are struggling to come up with pictures or images to help you remember on your own, you might want to check out this mneumonic guide by Tofugu. It makes it much easier to distinguish the characters when you relate them to a mental image or idea.
Yeah, it's a wonderful method to remember Kanji characters. There's also an android app that has lots of vocabulary with picture mnemonics. It's called "Kanji Memory Hint". But making your own mnemonics is great, too.
One is looking up, the other is looking down. The one that is looking up just saw a beautiful girl (a "she"). The one that is looking down is making a "tsk" sound as if it's a bit disgruntled.
I have recently been taking Japanese and I've found this technique to be helpful.
Try it with Tinycards: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/v9Cv1Ky/hiragana-sound-mnemonics
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I'm more interested in how you became "fluent" in four days . . .
I'm guessing you are using the wrong word there.