Review PLUS Coupon: Satori Reader

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The creators of Human Japanese have another incredible website called Satori Reader. Those of you who love Japanese, learning, and reading are going to really enjoy this one.

I think one of the hardest things about learning a language is finding ways to keep things interesting and exciting when it comes to studying. It's important to mix up the ways you study so you don't become bored, stressed, or anxious. When you feel bored, studying becomes a chore and then you don't want to do it. The end result, as we all know, is that you don't study as much as you should and you don't reach your goals.

Well, here's one way you can avoid that study fatigue and keep pushing forward to learn more Japanese and expand your understanding of the language.

Satori Reader is a subscription-based website filled with tons of great features and stories designed to help introduce you to new information about Japanese and to reinforce the vocabulary and grammar you already have. Stories are added on a regular basis, so you aren't going to be stuck with repetitive or dull material. No matter what type of content you like to read, you'll be sure to find something that works for you!

When you first enter the website, you'll find an easy-to-use dashboard that offers a couple of really cool features.

First off, there's a list of recent articles. Have you ever read something great on the Internet only to lose it? You don't have to worry about that with Satori Reader. Your most recent articles will appear on your dashboard, so you can easily review them again and again. I like this because sometimes I'll learn a word and want to quickly see it in context again. This enables me to navigate back and find the thing I'm looking for.

Another fantastic feature on your dashboard is that there's a spot to track your usage. Lately, I've been working hard to make sure I'm studying on a daily basis. If you want to ensure that you aren't falling behind in your study goals, you can check the usage on this handy chart.



Once you're ready to start reading, you'll have a wide range of articles and stories to choose from. In my own studies, I've found that focusing on a variety of learning methods is a great way to avoid burn-out. If you're doing something interesting and learning at the same time, your study time will fly by and you'll quickly find you're improving dramatically.

When you find a story you like, there are several cool features. 

First off, you can click on any word and find the dictionary entry for it. Yep. That's right! This means you aren't going to have to be looking stuff up on a different website in order to fully enjoy the story. 

You can also add these words quickly to your study list. There's a spaced repetition section directly on the Satori Reader website that offers both English-to-Japanese and Japanese-to-English cards for you! This means you don't have to create your own individual flashcards on other programs, but if you prefer to study on your phone or on another application, you can easily export your flashcards directly from Satori Reader.

Finally, you can listen to the stories on Satori Reader, so you won't just be improving your reading when it comes to Japanese comprehension. You can also make sure you're understanding the way each word sounds when it's spoken aloud.




If you're interested in trying Satori Reader, you can sign-up directly on the website. My readers can use this special promo code to save 20% off the first three months of membership OR 15% off an annual subscription. Simply enter LJLRQZEGMW at check-out to receive the discount!

You can find out more or sign-up for a membership directly at satorireader.com.

Have you ever used Satori Reader? Let me know what you thought! 

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