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Now Out: Essay 1127 on 飢 (hunger), Radical Note 184, and 5 New-Monics

The 363rd essay has posted! Essay 1127 on 飢 (hunger; craving) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Learn to talk about literal hunger, saying things such as “A slice of bread was not enough to satisfy his hunger” and “I would rather starve to death than steal.” Also find out how to speak of it figuratively, as with “a hunger for adventure” and “starving for conversation.” Encounter a saying about a starving dog’s mentality, and see how the Japanese talk about bloodthirsty beings.

Also, Radical Note 184 on 食, the “food” radical, has posted. This resource is free!

Finally, Ulrike created the following new-monics (which are free!):

軸 (1330: axis)
棟 (1653: large building)
泊 (1696: staying overnight)
迫 (1697: to come near)
丼 (2083: large bowl)


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