Are you struggling to make that move from J-E to J-J sentences? You want to harness the unfathomable power of the monolingual Japanese Anki deck, but either don’t have the time or still are confused as to its beautiful creation? After receiving numerous requests from people to show them how I did it with my Anki deck, I decided to give in and realize that there may be a strong benefit in giving someone the ground work for their J-J deck by showing them how I did it.
I had originally decided that I wouldn’t ever release my Anki deck in full form as I thought this would just be overwhelming and have limited value. But with the release of the Branch Annihilator and the new techniques of branch cutting, short slicing, and sentence scavenging, the deck and all of its excellent sentences already set up in Anki form may prove invaluable to some.
So I am finally offering my full Anki deck (the deck that I’ve been using since the beginning and has propelled me to level 75) up for sale. However, since I believe the main value for you in this deck comes with the branch annihilator tactics, I strongly encourage that the two be purchased together.
Who is it for?
– Expert levels (50) and above.
– Begun the J-J sentences/branching phase, but are struggling and would like to see how it is done.
– Have the motivation and discipline, but just can’t seem to work in the time to build your beginning J-J cards (it does take a lot more time to create than to review).
– Learn better by example than by instruction, and would rather have a guide for your first J-J sentences.
– Want to see J-J branches in action.
– Want to see what kind of deck is enough to reach towards a fluent/native level.
What is in The One Deck?
12572 cards that are all personally created by me with sentences from native sources. This includes manga, novels, blogs, mixi, movies, news, anime, jdrama, comedy, variety shows, video games, etc.
– Around 12000 sentences
– Around 100 prefecture/major city cards
– Around 50-100 compound word cards
– Around 100 miscellaneous cards that don’t fit into any category
– Cards vary in difficulty because that is the way you input sentences.
– Cards vary in theme, but cover a wide variety of everything you could possibly imagine, from the serious, to the absurd.
– Cards contain the following fields: 1) sentence (expression), 2) unknown word(s) of the sentence with full dictionary definitions (meaning), 3) hiragana pronunciation of every word (reading). Most of this deck was created before the furigana ability in Anki, which means the reading will not appear over the words, but instead in their own section below (it’s still easy to follow).
I was going to take out all non-sentences, but decided to leave them in as they were extremely helpful to me. I also deleted some extraneous cards that I felt weren’t very good.
– (Updated 8/22/2015): Thanks to Jacob H, a separate Morphman reorganized version of The One Deck is now included upon purchase. I have removed the people name cards and stray RTK 3 cards that appeared in both the original deck and the Morphman version. The Morphman version has only 12509 cards as a few extra name cards were found there that I couldn’t find in the original. The Morphman version now starts right from the sentences.
How To Use It
– Import the cards (probably best in chunks) into your own deck or use it as a separate deck.
– While the cards towards the beginning contain definitions for multiple words per sentence (similar to how most intermediate levels progress), it eventually narrows itself down to 1 (usually) to 2 unknown words. You won’t know everything that I knew at the time, so you will have to adjust these cards to your own understanding. Solution: simply add definitions to words you don’t know (a good old cut and paste from your super online dictionary). This is important to really making the deck yours, and while may seem like a little extra work, is vital to the process. However, usually the words I didn’t know at the time you didn’t as well (and vice versa).
There is an incredible amount of variation within the deck, so it is hard to provide any kind of indicator of what the deck is generally like. But some people want to see a little of it before they buy which is perfectly understandable. Here are 6 random deck browse screenshots.
Having a problem? Puzzled about a word or sentence? Ask me about it by e-mail.
● Buy The One Deck: 39.99
Didn’t like it? Send an e-mail within 30 days after purchasing and ask for a 100% refund.
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