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Now Out: Essay 1713 on 畔 (ridge between fields) and 1 Revision

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Find out how the Japanese use a ridge between rice fields metaphorically to represent other objects. Learn to say all of the following: “Today we plan to stay at the riverside hotel,” “Many flowers are blooming on the riverbank,” “The English capital, London, is on the Thames,” “The old church by the lake is very beautiful,” and “He gave us a tour around the lake.” 

A revision of the following essay has also posted:

essay 1261 on 絞 (to strangle; wring)

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Ulrike will return soon with more great mnemonics.


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