koi ga shitai
i want to fall in love
koi to shitai
i want to do it with a carp
koi no shitai
the corpse of a carp
Yes, the importance of Kanji indeed.
I was trying to explain the point of Kanji to my parents the other day.
This pretty much sums it up. There are a lot of homophones in the Japanese language (words that sound the same but mean something different) and Kanji helps you tell the meaning of the word and differentiate homophones.
The right particle is important as well.
I need to study when to say which particles more…I understand the difference between が と の most of the time though.It’s easier when you’re reading to differentiate, but picking the right one when speaking is a whole other story.
Why is it that when I finally decide to be productive, my leg decides to swell randomly?
I can barely walk and I’m just limping around. Can’t even curl my toes…
I didn’t even know it was swollen at first. It was hurting really bad, and when I told my mom, she told me to compare my feet next to each other. Sure enough, my left foot was swollen compared to my right. Everything under the knee hurts ;w; Laying down isn’t even comfortable (can’t fall asleep *grumble grumble*) I DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY
We noticed at 1am though, so we’ll wait overnight to see if the swelling goes down. If not, it’s off to the doctor’s office I guess.
I really hate the doctor’s office.
And I don’t wanna have to take any more meds than I already am.
Please. Just. No.
things i haven’t learned in high school
- how to pay bills
- how to buy a house
- how to buy a car
- how to apply for loans for college
but thank jesus i can graph a polynomial function
Or how to do anything that’s basically useful in life?
I’m so glad we had that chapter on imaginary numbers in highschool
Sarcasm aside, I’m almost 19 and about to be a second year in college, and I still don’t know anything at all about paying bills, loans, financial aid, taxes…well, basically everything.
Thank god my dad is a PhD in Accounting. He can handle all my money problems, and knowing how to fill out tax forms is pretty much his job.
Speaking of tax forms, I remember one time in highschool economics we were learning how to fill out 1040 tax forms. Useful right? Well, we only filled out like three lines, and never looked at it again -_-‘
There should be a “Life 101” class in highschool. Or something.
No, really. Anyone?
Knocked review out of the park, but I feel like I don’t know how to actually study. I mean, I can do things, like projects and read terminology. But sitting down and studying is rather dull and it never seems to stick with the exception of a few subjects.
Like studying for math? HAHAHAHA. No. That’s why I’m rather terrified of my math final since I learned NOTHING.
Psychology? Ya, I can do that. It’s just reading and remembering vocabulary and what-not.
Welp, let’s roll up the sleeves and get to it! I really need a good grade in math ;w;