- I had written in the whole paragraph, mina-san instead of minna, i thought that was the polite way to say everyone, but she told me it is only said like that in speech, if you are talking to or about everyone you can say mina-san but when you write you should use minna.
- I had written "mina-san ga oishii hirugohan wo tabemashita". She said i must use "de" instead of "ga" if im included in the poeple who ate. So its like "i ate with everyone", if you use ga, it seems like you are not included.
- i wrote "kodomotachi ga zenbu suki deshita", she said that implies that ONLY the kids liked the food, i should use "mo" so it means the kids like it also.
- She said you cant use "sorekara" at the end of a paragraph, i had it at the beginning of the last sentence. She said it implies there more sentences coming after this one. "Soshite" would have been more appropriate but sorekara can be used in other sentences at the beginning.
She also gave me this envelope which she uses with her piano students (she gives private piano lessons), she said they use it in japan. I'm posting a pic, its to put the "ressun dai" lesson fee in, and it has the months and stuff.. Its a good idea, i thought.
So next Wednesday i have a kanji test, as well as grammar and the different counters used for different things. GANBARIMASU! i really want to improve..