We march ever onwards:
Third chapter already!
DEFINITELY NOT LATE, I DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT
It’s still the 7th here
Do you want to continue with reading volume 3 as a club?
When do you want to start (bearing in mind people might need to buy the next volume)?
- 4th April (one week after finishing volume 2)
- 18th April (five weeks after confirming volume 3, one week before BBC pick starts)
- 25th April (six weeks after confirming volume 3)
- 2nd May (seven weeks after confirming volume 3, one week after BBC pick starts)
Do you want to continue using separate discussion threads for each chapter?
- Have a fresh discussion thread for each chapter
- Have one discussion thread for the whole volume (with weekly chapter start reminders)
Penultimate chapter of volume 2!
Okay, we will be continuing with volume 3, starting on the 4th of April!
I will make one discussion thread for the volume, and post ‘week start’ reminders
I’m not totally confident that my copy will arrive in time, but I’m going to boldly assume that there are six chapters, and we’ll definitely start with the first
Are you planning to read ふらいんぐうぃっち Vol. 3 with us?
- Nope, just here for the clicks
What is jawohl? (I clicked it as “yes”, but not entirely sure if that’s what it means)
I mean, I wasn’t planning to read volume two, until I discovered I’d already purchased it unconsciously.
It’s ja, but more so. (Which is to say, “yes” in German.)
Sorry, I was making so many polls I felt the need to spice it up what Belthazar said - it has a kind of “of course” or “certainly” angle to it.
For me (being German ) it has a bit of a siryessir! military sound to me, but maybe it’s just me
Oh no, that connotation has carried over to the English usage not quite so intense as that, but has that kind of “certainly sir!” feeling.
Also it’s not that embedded in the language tbh I think I’ve only ever heard my uncle and my current manager use it in person, apart from myself…
Hah, interesting! Languages are so amazing…
To be clear, I found your use of it to be perfect, when applied with a mocking intonation (and if you want it to be really strong, maybe even with a mocking military-salute-like hand movement)
I’d like to imagine everybody saluting with the broom
I want to but got so behind on the other book … and added a second instructor on italki… one of the pro teachers…(after the first hour he realized I knew more than he thought so we went through several chapters in the first proper lesson)…now I somehow have 5 chapters of homework that has to be turned in this week… hehe
it’s not bad it’s easy stuff, but about 65 pages worth… lol
So I had to give up spending time slogging through the misty valley…just too much misty hiragana for me which kept me from diving into Vol2 of witchiness … So jealous of the new book club offerings too…I really wanna participate but I don’t have any time …thankfully these threads stay around!
Yeah this. We’ll see. ^^
You can always pause Kiri for a bit and read a manga with us for a break I think reading in the group is more fun!
I voted yes, but I am also a maybe. I enjoyed the first volume but find myself losing interest as we read through the second.
reading is more fun…when I get caught up with the “what I already know” homework assignments… I have a feeling this whole book is gonna go really really fast…except for some new vocab here and there …thankfully I could guess some of it based on context and kanji readings
Which book is the new teacher using with you?
haha hi-jacking another thread I am.....
He is using the Marugoto Series goes all the way through C2. He started me at A1… which is fine…all review so it’s easy and good to refresh stuff I haven’t’ seen or praticed in a long time. If you wanna know more we can chat in the discord reading server if you want