>>141548316>Not really sure what you mean, but what I did was split the deck into two seperate decks, based on card types -keeping recognition cards in one deck and the cloze delete cards in another- and review them separately.
I just recently started looking at this deck, and I don't really see a guide for "how to use" the deck.
I want to copy how you learn using this deck but I'm a little bit confused with the process. So you have 2 separate decks one with each card type. What exactly is the point of this? Also, the decks aren't going to talk to eachother, so if you forget a piece of info in deck1, shouldn't deck1 then tell deck2 that you forgot "XX" grammer-fact?
Additionally, it seems as though they give kanji without furigana. I'm really only recently getting around to learning kanji, so my vocab base is much larger than my kanji base. Does not knowing the meaning/pronounciation of a kanji ever get in the way of learning for you?
Also are the grammer points always "comprehensive" - ie, are you easily able to learn/figure out the grammer point if it's something you haven't seen before? (so, like, do you ever get stuck and have to go back to a textbook to figure out the grammer point?)