Shut the Front Door!
Shut the Front Door has two meanings down here:
1. To actually shut the front door… we have to keep all of those giant mosquito, pollen and hot air out of the house! 30 more words
When teachers build vocabulary, often the word is introduced alone, and in the context of a sentence or paragraph, so that the meaning can be inferred. 744 more words
“~て＋ある” is one of those expressions that doesn’t really have a directly translation in English, but once you grasp what it used for you may find what it can express quite useful. 468 more words
Just the other day I realized that I hadn’t posted on WP in a while, would you like to know why? My laptop of four years met its unhappy and tragic end with a God-forsaken virus (torture in Hades for those virus-makers out there), mind you, this is while I am still in the process of extensively editing and writing more on my novel, In His Land. 426 more words