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Essay 1172 on 驚 (surprise) Is Up

The 109th essay has posted! In time for the Year of the Horse, Essay 1172 on 驚 (surprise; to startle; astonish; frighten; wonder; amaze) is now available for purchase. It's the first of four essays about kanji with the "horse" radical, 馬. Here's a preview:

Find out what this means to a Japanese person: "Right now I’m so surprised that my feelings are like a bluefin tuna from the shelf.” Also learn to say these things: "Much to my surprise, the door opened without a sound," "Everyone marveled at her courage," "The most precious thing in life is wonder," "I didn’t mean to surprise you," and "His stupid answer surprised everybody."



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