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Now Out: Essay 1614 on 亭 (house) and 4 New-Monics

The 358th essay has posted! Essay 1614 on 亭 (house; pavilion; name suffix) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Find out why -亭 is suffixed to the names of many restaurants, buildings, and some artistic people. Learn to read scads of gorgeous signs, whether for eateries or shops. Discover how a ryotei is a restaurant far too expensive for many of us to try, and yet it can be hard to determine which restaurants qualify as such. And learn about a term for "husband," one that appears in colorful idioms.

Master the material in this essay by playing games from our partner Kanshudo.

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

停 (550: halt)
孤 (1229: solitary)
亭 (1614: house)
翼 (1885: wing)


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