1:14 AM Nov 8th
日本語の勉強。
8:19 PM Aug 12th
AN New Post: Fall 2015: Recovering from almost a year of Japanese Language abandonment http://t.co/cg31oJaUaD #AllNihongo #LearnJapanese
2:18 AM Jan 31st
AN New Video: Learning Japanese: How to Handle Unsupportive Surroundings http://t.co/rLdzVWc2jC #allnihongo #learnjapanese
4:48 AM Jan 30th
AN New Video: How I Started Learning Japanese http://t.co/PX9qJKgsYM #allnihongo #learnjapanese
1:59 AM Jan 24th
AN New Video: Japanese Studying Frequency - Tips and Suggestions - http://t.co/i5HShppgMR #learnjapanese #allnihongo
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SRS: The Importance of Doing Reviews When They Are Due

Posted July 8, 2011 By torabisu

Most of the SRS programs out there will handle the timing of your reviews. In the case of Anki, it’s really good about keeping them there for you, even...

Time Management: Time-Boxing and Sacrificing

Posted May 18, 2011 By torabisu

Does time-boxing work? Like many things, there’s no clear-cut “yes” or “no” answer here. It all depends on how you apply it. It may work for some, while not...

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