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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

The Internets are Gone!

Hey guys,

Just a quick post in response to Sash the Red's comment on Brett's Nanpa part 2. The reason postings have been sparse lately is largely due to the fact that I FINALLY moved out of Brett's apartment and into a new one. When you move in Japan, it takes anywhere between two and four weeks to get your internet up and running again, so until today, I haven't been able to even read the Daily Yoji, let alone update it. But I have some free time next week so I can (like today) steal Brett's internets and bring you a couple of good posts that I've been saving. And my own internet will be officially up and running on February 5th, so we should be back to business with our usual semi-regularity.

In the interim, does anyone have any requests? Would you like more 諺, more 教科書に載っていない日本語? More Language Trivia? More cultural trivia? More pictures of Nirav? It's always good to get your comments, even better to get your corrections, and we would love some suggestions as well.

(Keep in mind that our content rich 四字熟語 posts, despite being fun to research, can be time-consuming and pretty taxing to write, so at our best we'll probably only hit three a week.)


Thanks,

Jeff

5 comments:

aak said...

Language Trivia and Nihongo you won't find in a textbook. Thanks!

Alex said...

Thanks for the update! :)
I'll be looking forward till next week then :)

As for suggestions, generally all is good (Except pictures of Nirav. That you can keep, unless it's really relevant ^_^).
Also, if you plan to do so, I'd hope to see JLPT level 1 grammar points.

Thanks,

Sash The Red

david said...

The yoji posts are still the most interesting. I think you could probably make them quite a bit shorter to make them less taxing to write.

Kiwi Al said...

More of anything please! I really do enjoy the not in the textbook and the proverbs.

Also I agree with Alex, if you guys are studying for JLPT 1, grammar points would be great! I'm not sure because I am still studying for JLPT 2 but I think there are less grammar points in JLPT 1. I could be wrong though!

jljzen88 said...

More stuff you won't find in textbooks. And more stuff for 一級