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We arrive and I opened the door and turned off the alarm.
I showed her around the place and after the short tour she simply wheeled her small suitcase into the master bedroom without a word - although it spoke volumes to me.
My excitement at having Jasmine all to myself in my favorite place was contagious.
We ate a plate of sushi supplemented by tea and miso soup and from that day on, we would catch up every couple of days to practice Japanese, eat a meal, or enjoy whatever Japanese movie or art event was in town.So I decided to up the ante and invite her to a cottage my family owned about an hour away from the University.There were two bedrooms so she could stay in her own room or join me in mine."I'm learning about the causative passive tense, it just seems so strange, why would you ever use it? Imagine you don't want to offend anyone in a work setting, not step on any toes, but at the same time let people know that a decision has been made. It's like saying "X" has come to pass but no one person or group specifically made it "happen." Her eyes lit up and she said "I get it, sort of like an extension of not using pronouns because their implied and it would seem too individualistic or rude to do so." "Exactly so," I replied.Of course, she wanted to know how long I'd studied Japanese, whether I'd lived in the country, doing what, what was I studying now, my name and family history and so on and so forth.