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Now Out: Essay 1893 on 欄 (section of a printed page) and Two Revisions

The 478th essay has posted. Essay 1893 on 欄 (section of a printed page; blank field; handrail) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Learn the sections of a newspaper, discovering how to say, “I always look at the sports pages first” and “Last week’s column got a huge reaction.” Also see how the Japanese say, “Please mark the relevant fields” and “All you have to do is fill in the blanks below.” Find out what “the comments section as a cockroach trap” really means. And learn to say, “I clutched the handrail.”

In addition, revisions of these essays have posted:

  • essay 1198 on 掲 (to display (esp. in writing), put up (a notice), hoist; mention, carry, publish)
  • essay 1835 on 又 (again; and, also; on the other hand, or; "again" radical)

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Ulrike will return with more great mnemonics.


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