And the worksheet for it is here (link at the bottom of this post).
The answer sheet will be up tomorrow.
We are starting to be able to use some more complex, natural-sounding Japanese now. I know many of you could already but this course is unique in absolutely avoiding "phrasebook Japanese" - we can't use something until we understand its structure.
I have used a less wispy font for the Japanese text, which goes better with the English text (for font wonks the romaji font is Gill Sans - one of the most robustly elegant sans-serifs ever created in my h.o.)
As always, if you have questions or comments arising from the video or the worksheet, please feel free to ask here.
Do you find the quantity about right? The worksheets aren't too long but are intended to cover and make people think through the main points.
Oh and please let me know if I've made any bloopers.