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Now Out: Essay 2064 on 綻 (Come Apart), a Radical Note, a Revision, and 5 New-Monics

The 199th essay has posted! Essay 2064 on 綻 (to come apart, rip; begin to open or bloom; smile) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

What do ripped seams and budding flowers have in common? What does it mean for a face to come apart at the seams? Learn those answers, as well as various words that apply when governments and companies collapse economically. See why some refer to Japan as a failed state and are predicting a national financial collapse, and find out how to say "America is unraveling."

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

A revision of essay 1518 on 桑 (mulberry) has posted. Details are at the link. If you've bought this essay before or if you have a subscription, you can download the updated version for free.

Also, Radical Note 120 on 糸, the "thread" radical, is now available and is a FREE resource!

Finally, Ulrike has produced a batch of new-monics (which are also free!):

球 (257: ball)
印 (425: to imprint)
改 (435: to change)
求 (455: to seek)
救 (456: to rescue)



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