I think I’ll just put it in details, so it won’t be text of wall.
ikr. Thanks for listing that.
Funny, I associate “Logic” vocab with someone I feel I’m close with who has almost always correct logic in his arguments, but he is lonely ロンリ.
And, for “Theory”, I associate it as the condition related to that someone I talked about above, he’s full of logic, he’s so lonely, and unfortunately, his world is sunk in theory only, while in practical life, he’s lonely. Insert bad baad baaad association feeling when @Oshin’s feeling lonely but feels disturbed when surrounded by lots of people.
And, for “Debate”, in my native language, it really sounds similar, トロン, it means PLEASE! So, I made a film in my mind, and really injected this film into my mind, that everytime that [insert someone antagonistic to @Oshin’s feeling here] starts arguing with me and debating me, I say PWEEEAAASE in my native language.
Indeed, for things I burned, I think, each of them has one scene from my favourite film/drama. Up to now I often forget what “melee” is. For “orgy” I burned that because it’s [redacted because it’s against this forum or higher than PG13]. For “violence” I think I burned it because Rambo.
For any vocabs you listed that begin with みだ reading, I found it easier to associate it with my favourite drama. Oh! I’ve said that already! And for a twisted Oshin 語, that drama is not Japanese, it’s Korean! Its title is MIDAS. I cried. I got angry. I was happy watching MIDAS. I had mixed feelings watching it. Now everytime someone says anything about those kanji and vocabs you listed, I always remember MIDAS Korean Drama.
Kim Do-Hyun (Jang Hyuk) graduated from the top university in South Korea and has now worked as a fund manager for 3 years. He is handsome and good at sports. Do-Hyun is particularly keen with analyzing the situation as it occurs, but his weakness comes from his poor family background. After working 3 years as a fund manager Do-Hyun is all too aware the power money has. Insecure with his situation, Do-Hyun decides to look for a more prestigious job, with better pay.
Yoo In-Hye’s (Kim Hee-Ae) is a president for a hedge fund company. Her grandfather was a banker during the Japanese occupation of South Korea. This means her grandfather was on the side of the Japnese. During the Korea War he made lots of money. After the war her grandfather became a money lender and through this made a fortune. By the 1970’s he became the most powerful man in the underground economy. Yoo In-Hye’s family is now one of the richest families.
Lee Jung-Yeon (Lee Min-Jung) dated Do-Hyun for 6 years and they will get married soon. Whenever she thinks about Do-Hyun, she can’t stop smiling. During her middle and high school years Jung-Yeon was a quiet student with ordinary scores, but Do-Hyun appeared in front of her and they began a relationship. She is certain that Do-Hyun loves her. Jung-Yeon also has one thing that Do-Hyun does not have. That is a family.
All with 外. Everything means “foreign”, and I’m not sure how to differentiate them… so when any comes up, I thought foreign=overseas=abroad and apparently not so, and gets these three back in Apprentice over again
A lot of the verbs that come in transitive and intransitive versions, esp the ‘mix’, ‘transmit’ and ‘raise’ ones (混じる 混ざる 混ぜる 交じる 交わる 伝える 伝わる 育てる 育る…). Also, basically anything that means ‘circumstance’, ‘condition’ or ‘case’ I get mixed up for some reason. I may or may not randomly guess at one of those when I have no idea.
I was hesitating to add synonyms until the recent time when I started burning items, also because English is not my native language, and I was like, what if this definition is not exactly correct, then I will learn it wrong!!!