ChicityShimo50 karma2020-05-11 19:16:28 UTC
In first/business class you get your first free drink while everyone is still loading up in the back. Some people treat first class just like an all you can drink bar.
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ChicityShimo49 karma2019-01-23 18:31:49 UTC
Japanese is written very phonetically. Hiragana and Katakana characters each represent a sound and they are written out that way. Kanji, the Chinese characters, basically represent words, but they have specific pronunciations depending on how they're used. Spelling is not an issue
ChicityShimo28 karma2019-01-23 18:46:00 UTC
I speak it too, care to clarify what you mean?
先生 is せんせい. There's not really any way to mix the hiragana spelling/pronunciation up
The kanji :
先 can be basically either せん or さき
生 can be either せい or い（きる）
You can pick up on which it should be depending on the context. In either case, there isn't really a wrong way to spell the words once you know how to pronounce them.
If you're talking about missing a stroke or something, that's more like writing an i instead of j
ChicityShimo14 karma2020-05-11 19:20:32 UTC
You mention airlines merging, which do you think is most likely?
ChicityShimo12 karma2020-05-12 00:56:23 UTC
It would be like Pepsi and Coke merging
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