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Now Out: Essay 1626 on 滴 (drop (of liquid)) and 3 Essay Revisions

The 162nd essay has posted! Essay 1626 on 滴 (drop (of liquid), dripping) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

With 滴 you can talk about dewdrops and eyedrops, fogged and rain-spattered windows, rain dripping off roofs, sweaty foreheads, IV drips, waterproof items, dripping-wet towels, meadows overflowing with freshness, drops of ink, and teardrop-shaped jewelry. Learn to say, "I felt a drop of rain." Also discover how three drops of water mysteriously fall from a shrine roof every day. 

Using the accompanying Phrase Maze game on the Character Home Page, you can practice the vocabulary in the essay after reading it. 

Three essay revisions have also posted:

essay 1473 on 斉 (equal; alike; similar, uniform)

essay 1846 on 娘 (daughter; young woman; girl)

essay 2078 on 藤 (wisteria)

You'll find details at the links.

Unfortunately, I have no new-monics to offer because poor Ulrike has been sick for days. Next week is a Joy o' Kanji vacation, so we'll return in two weeks with all the usual offerings. I'll keep my fingers crossed that Ulrike will be feeling much better by then.




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