>don't learn informal if you only want to dip your toes
>*proceeds to give example sentences in informal*

>待って not 待つ
ok, then there's 待って in the sentence, he just doesn't want to explain て-form yet

>持つ with 持って in the sentence
wait what?

@sir isn't それ "that thing near you" and あれ "that thing far from both of us" ?


@sir IOW, if you call something これ, I call it それ , and the other way around?

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