Toko
I don’t know how do you say this flower in English but in Japanese, it called “Higanbana” or “Manjushage”. (!! I remembered it called “Rikolyce” isn’t it? Maybe it is wrong spelling.) By the way, I love this flower. When I see this flower in this season, I feel yearly cycle so much more than end of year. And I think that I saw this flower just few months ago.
Oct 1, 2021 1:51 PM
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I don’t know how do you say this flower in English but in Japanese, it called “Higanbana” or “Manjushage”. (!! I remembered it called “Rikolyce” isn’t it? Maybe it is wrong spelling.) By the way, I love this flower. When I see this flower in this season, I feel yearly cycle so much more than end of year. And I think that I saw this flower just few months ago.
Beautiful flower! I've never seen one before. I agree the paragraph looks good, the biggest change I would focus on is the sentence about the yearly cycle. Yearly cycle isn't a commonly used phrase in English. I could see two interpretations of that sentence: 1) when I see this flower I'm aware of (or connected to) the seasons so much more than at the end of the year. 2) when I see this flower it reminds me of my favorite season, which I prefer to the end of the year Hope that helps!
Oct 1, 2021 2:58 PM
I don’t know how do you say this flower in English but in Japanese, it called “Higanbana” or “Manjushage”. (!! I remembered it called “Rikolyce” isn’t it? Maybe it is wrong spelling.) By the way, I love this flower. When I see this flower in this season, I feel yearly cycle so much more than end of year. And I think that I saw this flower just few months ago.
it's a beautiful flower I must say😊
Oct 1, 2021 1:56 PM
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Toko
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Japanese
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French