The "news reading" challenge 🗞

Shouldn’t 20000円 be written as 2万円?

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It can be, yes. It doesn’t have to be, though.

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because of ながら, actions made at the same time.

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it’s not ‘minor’, it is ‘my number card (point)’

“mynupoint” like japanese people little to shrink words

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Yeah, I got that.

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I know that, but the verb after ながら is 歌う、not 飲む…
So, the phrase says that he is singing whenever he enters bathtub / shower, but I don’t see any indication that he is also drinking coffee at that time…

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oh yeah, sorry, now I see!

I saw the page without zooming in and sometimes I confuse kanji :joy:

you are right, he is singing while taking a shower.

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今日も新しい記事がありません。

によると、今日は秋分の日だからです。

とにかく、@downtimesさん、あのリンクをくれてありがとうございます。

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interesting about how politicians dont want to be called as せんせい ?

here in my home country we have to address the politicians as “Your Excelency”, and if you dont, hell begins :joy:

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wow, around 25% of nurse caring workers are over 65 years old. That’s a lot.

Cant even imagine a 65 years old trying to hold another elderly person to move between house accomodations.

I think to apply for this job, only N1 certificate are accepted, right? Still, too far for me :smiling_face_with_tear:

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