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Coming from you live on a pirate radio station on the south pole: 学 小 山

下山
火山

学ぶ
学力
休学
見学

小さい
小さじ
小火
小学
小口
小山
小人
大学
大山
大小
中学
中小
入学
白山
力学

We have learned of the small mountain.

自転車は十二年。 でも、また行きます。
(my bike is 12 years old. However, it still goes.)

Ah, more studying and less filler while still filling you up to about the belly button. Which means we hit a rather large amount of  nouns today. We have one verb and an adjective in there. Ah well, we can now refer to 白山(はくさん) and discuss if it's a 大山(たいざん). Which is a tad weird because the dictionary lists it as a great mountain but there is actually a Mt. Daisen which also uses 大山 and you can use だいせん to spell it.  Mt. Daisen looks really pretty in the pictures on the wikipedia article.
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