The guiding rule is to be kind to each other. Those with advanced kanji knowledge should try to share that knowledge without making newbies feel unwelcome. Some Japanese language forums are infested with show-offs who seem to think that anyone who is not fluent in Japanese can’t have a valid opinion about anything – such elitism will not be tolerated here. Also, please remember that everyone has different learning styles and learning rates. If you want to learn one kanji a week, that’s fine – it’s a sign you have other things going on in your life. If you hate the Heisig style of learning, that’s fine, and you can say why you hate it, but don’t criticise people who have a different opinion and please try not to be condescending.
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