Right now, before going to sleep(yes, best part of the day), I just studied some Nipponese again. Before going on with that, the standard firefox spellchecker thinks Nipponese is a valid word. Now I'm not an English native speaker, but that strikes me as odd. Very odd.
Moving on to the Japanese. I've spend about a couple of hours to find out about how far I am, and what I've remembered from my past tries. I know I was about at 300 words, including compounds, before. After doing some shitty meguro language center test it came out at around 100. Okay, nice. But I still don't really care about that. So I started up Kanjidicks again and just started from the beginning.
Since it's been ages since studying anything, I'm easying in myself, maybe picking up the pace later. I've studied the first thee pages. 一,二,三。 One, two and three. Now these are simple of course. As seen in other methods, you don't learn squat about compounds with the kanji you learn. But with kanjidicks you do. So I've also learned about 12 or so compounds, so I've also boosted my actual vocabulary.
Tomorrow I'll try to do three, or maybe five. But since I'll also be following Tae Kim's Grammer Guide again, I can't really say. But for now, this is my post. I'll try and continue this tomorrow.
Have a stupid sexy Nappi: