Ok, so when making my anki decks I've been making them from English with Japanese on the other side with my thinking being that I have to recall the way of saying that thing in Japanese, but when I hear the Japanese word often I can't recall the meaning. Likewise, if I flip the positions of them I often memorize the word translation but not the actual meaning/nuance translation if you get me. What I'm really wondering then is what would be the best way of setting out my SRS system for learning things in Japanese. I've heard sentences can be a good idea but they're a pain to memorise if you're unfamiliar with most of the words in it.

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    Make another flashcard with the words you don't know based in those sentences, I know what you are talking about and that's what I did. – user27223 Dec 13 '18 at 22:07
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