My old enemy ひらく
You might think that 開く can only be read as あく, but it has a different reading – ひらく. And a long time ago, when I took the N4 test, I had answer a vocabulary question about
My teacher at the time explained to me that
Good Lower Level Reading and Listening Resource
If you are at a higher level of Japanese, it is pretty easy to find native materials for you to study with. There are a ton of YouTube channels and news sites to choose from. However, if you are at a lower level of Japanese, it can be quite difficult to find something easier to read at least from a native source. When I first started studying Japanese, I know I had to resort to buying multiple lower level textbooks and working my way through them.
That’s why it is always a relief to find a good resource for those just starting out. I stumbled upon one just this week at Yahoo きっず. They have everything cleaning organized and laid out for you to study with. To often Japanese sites tend to be severely overcrowded or designed for really narrow screens so all the content is crammed into a narrow column, but that is not the case here. I think everyone will find something to learn from here.
In English, we call the edge of a bread loaf the ‘heel’ or ‘crust’. We call the edge of a pizza the crust. In Japanese, they call these parts of food
How about you? Do you like pizza crust? Did you check out Yahoo きっず? How was it? Can you use