Learning to Read and Write Kanji Row 15

As with other posts in this series, this is the results of a test I took today, June 17, 2021.

kanji test row 15

員 直 医 次 痛 花 決 枚 飯 宅 早 貸 耳 足 薬 四 病 頭 失 礼 村 体 長 者 科 号 伝 田 送

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Learning to Read and Write Kanji Row 11

I've been learning Japanese again. If you don't know what's going on, check the previous posts. This is a test and then a short blog.

Kanji test row 11

席 野 長 少 研 所 切 客 勉 当 番 食 声 代 宅 母 究 目 借 内 教 学 近 貸 仕 森 読 度

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Learning to Read and Write Kanji Row 10

I've been learning Japanese again. If you don't know what's going on, check the previous posts. This is a test and then a short blog.

Kanji test row 10

学 号 両 主 右 和 勉 申 番 字 読 言 用 銀 黒 漢 父 図 地 話 強 買 安 駅

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   Whitespace

by Javantea
Nov 23, 2019

This is an unorganized but researched look into the purpose and sense of whitespace -- in programming, prose, poetry, and potatoes.

The most critical uses of whitespace I can think of in my past are: Python syntax, $\LaTeX\ $, PDF, HTML, novels, and E. E. Cumming's r-p-o-p-h-e-s-s-a-g-r. I shall dissect them and we can discuss in the comments about what their purpose is.

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