Week 10: 雪国 - Snow Country ⛄️❄️

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Week 10

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Start Date: Jan 2nd
Previous Part: Week 9
Next Part: Week 11

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Week Start Date End Phrase End Page (角川文庫) End % Page Count
Week 10 Jan 2nd 指しながら地の雪に立った 154 85% 12

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Proper Noun Readings

Name Reading Notes Proof
島村 しまむら Our protagonist
葉子 ようこ The girl on the train Furigana
駒子 こまこ The girl in the village Furigana
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In my efforts to catch up I’m ending up not spending as much time looking things up and making sense of things myself as I did in the beginning. While I feel like I’m missing something by hurrying through like this, it feels like I’m mostly fine plot wise.

I’ve a question about the conversation they have around the end of this week’s part, the one that makes 駒子 leave for a bit. What exactly did she 聞きちがえる?

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Same, it’s also working quite well I find (only one week left!!!). Especially since most of the words I don’t know aren’t really used today anyway, so I’m probably not missing out on any crucial vocab.

Regarding your question: I wasn’t quite sure myself so I re-read that part; I think he’s just referring to the fact that she took his いい女だ kind of weirdly? At least she gets really angry, thinks he’s making fun of her, and starts crying.
So I assumed it was meant more 聞き間違い in the sense of interpreting his words in the wrong way, rather than actually mishearing.

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