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Currently out on a warm sunny day mowing the lawn: 草


Today's Sentence:
Somewhere out there is a rough draft of a grass painting.

So today we get the kanji for grass and the couple words we can make with said kanji. I started thinking what to write about this and went looking for grass and thought of the ol' saying of "The grass is always greener on the other side." Well, not to much surprise, there is a saying like this in Japanese:
となりの芝生は青い (となりのしばふはあおい)
which translates as the neighbor's lawn is green. Doesn't contain 草、でも、なにをします 。 はい、勉強しますよ (but, what are you going to do? Right, study!)

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