ahahahha damn that’s already a legend
I can’t breathe!!!
I am out of the loop, what happened? what is this fugu?
I’ve just unlocked it, too. Might quit WK later.
They all have different nuances, but I usually forget them. :T
Most of them oddly enough don’t even mean “action”, like 活動, which means “activity” as in ボランティア活動 (volunteering activity) or some such. I think the only one which would mean “action” would be 作用 from the ones I learned so far.
策, 企, 案, 予定, 計画, 企画…
At this point I just write “plan” whenever I’m not sure of the meaning.
wow the actual definition of this kanji doesn’t sit so great with how I think of it in terms of vocab (企業）
repeating a meme to add something of purpose ^^
The crabigator won’t let me…
Hah, you’re doing it the proper way, reviews first, then forums
I remember the days when i too was waiting for new reviews like this:
Good old carefree times.
If only I were so organised!
No, I start a round of reviews, get distracted by YouTube, do some work, pop onto the forums, then remember I’m doing reviews, more work, some YouTube, read a chapter of a manga, rinse and repeat until about 5 hours after I initially started the reviews I’m finally finished.
Don’t forget about casually watching “just another” episode of your favorite anime
Why mnemonics don’t work for me. I see this kanji and all I can think of is…
Actual usage of 企てる 企てる #sentences - Jisho.org
does not appear to support the plain english definition of ‘plan’ either.
She attempted suicide.
He contrived to cheat in the examination.
An investors’ group is attempting a leveraged buy-out of the firm.
It appears that other synonyms such as “attempt” are more accurate, though also not exact. It’s good to remember that one-to-one translations between languages rarely exist, especially when they don’t share roots (such as latin)