Heading to a friend's place
And stopping at a コンビニ on your way
Hi again. Niko here.
This week’s prompt
You’re on your way to your friend’s house. You decide to stop at a convenience store on the way to buy a drink. They might want something, too, so you send them a text.
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Last week’s corrections
Your Japanese friend is visiting you in your home country. You just picked them up at the airport, and the two of you are walking to your car. You decide to make some small talk.
My go-to in this situation would be:
Did you get any sleep? // Were you able to sleep?
The first time I heard someone say this, I was staying at a Japanese friend’s house in Singapore. Rei and I slept on an air mattress in their living room, and the next morning, my friend asked: 寝れた？
Until that moment, I hadn’t realized that you could put 寝る [ねる] (to sleep) into potential form, 寝れる [ねれる] (to be able to sleep).
Anyway, here’s Satoko with corrections:
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