In the first class of friday the subject was the “te-form”. Whoever learned japanese probably knows that in the beginnings (and so far i’ve got, ever), this is the most difficult thing, because the last sounds of many verbs change a lot. Lucky enough i’ve learnt this by myself before, so not that much trouble. But Suzuki-sensei sang an interesting rhyme to remember the changes, something like the english abc-songs and stuff, to the tune of “Oh my darling Clementine”. I don’t know if i wanted to write more about that, but i put a note in my phone saying “Clementine”, to write about it. And since this as of yet doesn’t really worth posting, here comes a deviation, titled Sweet Clementine, by ~MissTrashyPants. Hope you like it.
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