Where To Go Next

If you're reading this lesson, I'm going to take the liberty of assuming that you've read each of the lessons in this course. Regardless of how much you understood or how much time you spent on each lesson: You're amazing!

There is a TON of content in this course. Looking at all of it is a monumental accomplishment.

So, what now? A single read-through was probably not enough to 100% grasp all of the concepts that we covered.

Well, you have a couple of options.

First, you can go back and re-read many of the lectures and spend time working on your Japanese verb conjugations (with the help of the PDF and audio loops we saw in earlier lessons). We'll call this the "Straight-A Student Option." It's probably the most effective/logical approach.

Second, you can do what I would probably do: Move on to the next course! Re-reading stuff is boring, especially if you just read it. Instead, I would probably go through whatever courses I had left to study in Phase 1 (e.g. Caveman Convo [which includes scheduling a first face-to-face lesson!]), then move on to Phase 2, where we ramp up our kanji and vocab learning.

Regardless of which option you choose, I would come back to this course from time to time to re-read lessons and measure how your understanding of Japanese has changed. Bunkai Beast has some grammatical gems that even an upper-intermediate or advanced student can greatly benefit from reading. Also, it's fun to read things that once felt super-difficult only to find that they're pretty straightforward, even simple, now.

Before doing anything else, though, you should definitely give yourself a pat on the back. You are making fantastic progress!