Come with me, into my home, after a day of bicycle-action to the train station, to the office or to classes, and in reverse on the train again and on the bike again. Come with me, please come in. It’s been a long day and you’ve been all around the city with me. It’s aContinue reading “Gargling: National Custom of Japan”
What are Japanese particles? They are role-marking hiragana that follow nouns to explain the who, what, when, where, why, and how in a sentence. They are akin to the W-words of English.