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Posted: 2021-09-08 22:14
R and K
A and N
L and Y
You guys suck.
You’re way too similar.
I’ve only gotten to lesson two because you’re so hard to distinguish.
I’m getting better at this.
But no matter how fluent I get,
I’ll never forget how hard this is.
Posted: 2021-09-09 10:45
Don't be concerned about how fast you are picking this up at first.
It's very different to anything else you meet in normal life . .
Its difficulty should not be trivialized as a simple operation.
Your audio brain will try to group together anything it can to simplify the world.
It's a case of which of you has the most push . . .
Don't jump ahead past this issue - else you will have problems later.
Maybe try making some mp3 files of a a a n n n rrrkkk and listen to them and say out the letter until the two sound different - it's all about time spent listening decoding code, rather than testing yourself all the time . .
Posted: 2021-09-09 10:48
Just give it time, and a short practice 10-15 min twice a day, and I'm sure you'll be successful! :-)
(and practice only the troublesome characters in separate sessions under "Code Groups")
Posted: 2021-09-23 19:54
hah, mirrir letters you say? Y and L are suck you say?
I got a real trouble with / and =, they are really drive me mad. I start every new lesson not from new symbol code (I know it pretty well but qrssssss) but from listening ///// and ===== few times and they still make me FFFUUUUUU......
They even dont sound similar, damn! but i cant memorize/reflex...ize them! Yes, when I hear'em at 10-13 wpm it is not so hard to decode, but 20...
-..-. / -...- how hard it may be?!
I dunno if it's my special mindcracker, but problem exists.
Posted: 2021-09-24 00:31
Only two ? Lucky you.
Forget about it and keep going.
It will come with time . . .
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