I’ll try to answer best I can, hope this helps.
Example Sentences are organized like this:
For example for あえて is the #1 on the grammar list
Here is the first example
Index: Example #1
Tag filter under N1 template: Example, grammar point number (1), and N level
All entries are in a single template
Also have the same tag, ‘1’ the 1 in the grammar JLPT per that grammar level
You will also notice the first example sentence is the one used for the vocab entry
So the layout filtering can run in a number of ways:
The listening comprehension should be in N order like above. Those templates are all the same so they didn’t get an individual ‘N’ label but a user should have control to listen comprehend per N level if so desired.
I’m not sure why there are doubles of vocab recall & vocab recognition… I don’t see a separate template. If in doubt, just engage both to what ever preferred.
How to use this Deck
Obviously there is a lot of autonomy here. And much like users who jump into BunPro, everyone has a different level anyone can start in a different place for their learning needs or to have a specific exercise they want to work on. So custom tag filtering on your needs is highly recommended
How I’m using it:
I’m using the vocab first … this helps develop recognition alot with recall for Eng->Jp. It also give a bit of focus to understand the form, looks at the hyperlinks, read the sentence…whatever to lock-in the meaning. And the recall has definitely helped with output as well thus far.
Once I have some mastery, I’ll start drilling the sentences to reading comprehension and listening recognition more. I feel the TTS is definitely strong enough for listening comprehension, I think it does very good in the deck…for shadowing, pitch awareness and inflection to the context, I would definitely use native materials and something like Subs2kitsun with pro actors is even better.
How many sentences per grammar point?
Well, that’s up to you. There are a lot of sentences and sentence reviews take time along with audio comprehension if including though the JLPT sensei sentence are very streamlined and short which is helpful. Personally, I will strategize as needed and I’m already swamped with other stuff. I will probably filter tag to #2 examples sentences to get a fresh sentence to practice on and then add additional however needed. Certainly, utilizing every single card is an option as well as is adding all sentences to a struggling grammar point.
One more tip: If you struggling to read a sentence, much better to play the audio IMO than just read the kana. Kana reading is easy, so since there is no furigana I’ve found a benefit to playing more audio than I usually would just for better ear training