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Now Out: Essay 1322 on 飼 (to have (an animal)) and 4 New-Monics

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Learn to talk about pets, saying things such as “He has a cat and two dogs,” “He had a dog before,” “He keeps some mice for research purposes,” and “Does Nancy want a dog?” See how the Japanese say “tame birds, “grazing sheep,” “raising cattle,” and “take the dog outside.” Also learn fun figurative expressions related to workplace issues, child rearing, and the game Go. 

Also, Ulrike has created these new-monics:

欲 (987: desire)
律 (993: law)
臨 (994: to face)
朗 (995: cheerful)


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