This is the first in an entry of weekly updated (bilingual) lessons on one of my favorite parts of the Japanese language, 四字熟語（よ・じ・じゅく・ご). To sum up, these are four character idiomatic compounds. And that’s all you really need to know to get started. So, let’s go!
I already know I won’t be reading much because I’ll be too busy practicing my speaking with my host mom, dad, and several strangers. And possibly a takoyaki stand owner, but that’s a story for another post.
Still gonna try to shoot for the goal I set for myself at the end of the last round, 4325.18 pages(!!).
That’s a lot of manga reading to and from school.
Didn’t read as much as I would’ve liked to, but hey.
Life goes on. Another month approaches.
Wow, it’s been one year since I first opened up Genki and started memorizing vocab lists. I’d like to think I’ve come a long way.
It’s actually been about 8~9 months since I started all the daily listening/reading/SRSing.
To avoid sounding like a language blog parrot, I’ll keep this post short and sweet.