At a toy store
Hi again. Niko here.
This week’s prompt
You’re at a toy store with your Japanese niece (or nephew). You want to let them know that they can pick out a toy, and you’ll buy it for them.
＊ You can submit a response in Japanese here. ＊
Please try to submit your response within 48 hours of receiving this email. Please only write one response per form submission.
Corrections will arrive in your inbox next week.
Last week’s corrections
Your spouse says they're going to go to the grocery store near your house real quick. You’re planning to make dinner tonight, but you forgot to buy a key ingredient when you went shopping yesterday.
The results are in. Everyone “forgot”:
If we all teamed up, we could make some cheesy, buttery, salty udon with eggs and carrots. I’ll add milk as my ingredient, to round out our cream sauce. Might taste all right… if you like the とろけるチーズ (melting cheese) they sell at supermarkets in Japan.
The one in this photo at least has gouda and mozzarella. Half the time it just says ナチュラルチーズ (natural cheese), whatever that means.
Keep reading with a 7-day free trial
Subscribe to Fix My Japanese to keep reading this post and get 7 days of free access to the full post archives.