Hey all! I just had 上げる (ageru) pop up in review and got it wrong. I recognized it was a verb (る), and the kanji, but messed up on the difference between が (intransitive) and げ (transitive). Once I’m reminded I do alright, well enough not have seen it for a while, but I don’t have a solid image in my brain. Any ideas to help remember this long term?
I just came up with, “I get (げ) something…” to try and remember that げ is transitive and needs an object. Like, I have to get something to raise it. I imagine people further along just know. I’m curious on how others remember it! Thanks a lot