I’m having some slight annoyances with verb input and issues with a lot of sentences, some due to ambiguity and some due to kanji. Wondering if someone has ideas for improving this aside from just brute memorization (which I don’t think helps improve language skills).
When typing a lot of verbs, I have to type the entire conjugated verb to get the kanji / っ etc to show up properly, but have to backspace since part of the conjugation is already added. Any way to make this easier or do I just deal with it?
どこに 住ん でいますか。
Where do you live?
I have to type 住んで and backspace to get the IME to quickly display the right kanji.
Example of an ambiguous sentence:
僕の クラス の友達だよ。
She’s my classmate.
When reading just the English, I think 同級生です。
When reading the sentence with the blank, my mind goes to 授業
本は ほとんど ない。
They have few books.
I think putting 少 would fit just as well, making 本は少ない。
本当であるにはよ すぎる 。
This is too good to be true.
電話を かけ たい。
I want to make a phone call.
Both of these use uncommon kanji, but I got used to using both 過ぎる and 掛ける on a regular basis with native speakers, so having kanji shown as incorrect and hiragana as correct throws me off…
Any tips are appreciated