The Skritter team continues to work hard behind the scenes on our Chinese Number Idiom Course, the 3.6.0 Progress update to our mobile clients, and a few other small projects that should make studying and making custom study decks even more enjoyable to study from. We're taking our time to make sure things are working well, but it's going to be well worth the wait!

This month we're also looking to hire a freelance Japanese content writer to help us create some awesome JLPT N3 example sentences for the apps. So, if you or someone you know might be interested in applying for the gig, please be sure to check out the blog post for the role.

Best of luck to anyone studying for final exams or working on final projects this month. And a huge congrats to all of you who have already finished! Even if you're not in classes anymore, don't forget to spend a little bit of time keeping up with your daily studies and keeping those healthy habits going.

Until next month, happy Skrittering!

⤻ Guide to the third tone

Learn about tone change rules for the third tone with our infographic lesson. You can also learn about tone sandhi for 一 and 不 on the blog as well.

🏆 Last Month's Study Stats

More than 7 million items studied on Skritter last month!

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🔦  Looking for a Freelance Japanese Content Writer

Seeking a freelance Japanese content writer to create level-appropriate example sentences for our list of JLPT N3 (Japanese Language Proficiency Test Level 3) words. Learn more here.

✍️  Chinese Character Stroke Order Guide

Olle and the team have been hard at work putting together years of work into a single ultimate resource for learning correct stroke order. Go read the blog, watch the video, then study the Skritter deck. Luckily, by using Skritter, stroke order comes naturally, so you don't even need to be conscious of the rules. 
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