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Now Out: Essay 1988 on 嗅 (smell), 5 Revisions, and 5 New-Monics

The 460th essay has posted. Essay 1988 on 嗅 (smell) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

See how 嗅 is closely related to dogs and why a literal term for “police dog” often represents a human! Learn to discuss the sense of smell, as in “Hounds use their keen sense of smell to hunt.” Discover a reason to include onomatopoeia in translating “The dog sniffed the ground.” And learn to talk about sniffing things out figuratively, as in “She caught wind of his true intentions.” 

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I'm thrilled that Ulrike has returned with these new-monics:

扱 (1000: to handle)
殴 (1035: to hit)
穏 (1043: calm)
渦 (1048: whirlpool)
隔 (1078: to separate)


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