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studied particles and made a list of vocab that’ll be handy in my beginner conversations 🌸
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Special sake for dinner at Haretoke.
So I was digging through the Japanese Fossil Fighters wiki to see if I could uncover some things that had been lost in translation. (Which there are, but that’s a post for another time.) When looking at the names of the vivosaurs themselves I came across the above Kanji as the name for what we English speakers know as Guhweep. Google and other translation-ware tells me it reads as ‘Kawasuze’. But all my google-fu has not been able to give me a definition for this term and it seems like it doesn’t even actually exist. Is it slang or shorthand of some sort?
Any Japanese speakers who are familiar with this term, I’d love some more insight please!
Aight so I’ve been playing the apps I got for Minato.jp and uh
They’re actually the best quiz apps for kana I’ve found? They’re actually really decent???
They give you tips on how to tell the really similar ones apart and have designated quizzes for those same symbols so you learn to tell them apart which is really great and something I’ve not seen before. Also easy on the eyes and just kinda nice visuals which I’ve also noticed there hasn’t been much of in the apps I’ve found.
They’re pretty good. 20 outta 10 would recommend. I’ve not played the Kanji yet cause I don’t really know Kanji but Hiragana and Katakana? Yeah I’m keeping these apps they’re pretty decent.
Oh quick aside, they seem to be better suited as like a study aid rather than a learn from scratch thing but there does seem to be features on them to suggest you could learn from scratch should you wanna try it.