A woman becomes concerned that all is not right with one of her neighbors when she moves into a new apartment building.
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The narrator attempts to learn more about her neighbor by introducing herself.
Notes: This episode includes interesting vocab, such as "surly," as well as several extended annotations on topics such as the use of past and present verbs before toki.
The narrator seizes an opportunity to learn more about the strange woman.
Notes: This episode contains examples of the -zu negative, two words that both mean "although/despite," and an expression that means "to get goosebumps."
The narrator worries that another night might bring another frightening encounter.
Notes: This episode contains interesting vocabulary and notes, such as the difference between two words that both mean "corner" and an expression that means "to take one's eyes off" something.
The narrator makes progress in understanding the mysterious woman.
Notes: This episode contains a breakdown of the differences between the similar sounding words sutto and sotto, as well as dramatic vocabulary and expressions like "spurred on by an incomprehensible impulse."
All becomes clear in this moving final episode.
Notes: This episode contains good examples of patterns for relaying secondhand knowledge and conveying one's conclusions based on a synthesis of facts and knowledge.