Is what I thought I heard when starting to listen to class discussion.
We were going over the dialogue on pages 307/308. Nobody is participating in the discussion so I'm guessing that it must be a really hard read.
Next writing assignment due next Friday.
In a shocking victory, the class voted 6-2 charades versus association game. Protip: there are more than 8 people in the class...
Charades were amazing. No blog entry could fully describe the awesome. You had to be there.
While going over causative-passive sentences, Sensei made a slight mistake on the formation of the causative-passive form of 読む. While the textbook says to use 読まされる, he wanted us to use 読ませられる because it is consistent with causative coming before passive. Just as a note, sensei's teaching style is that he slows down quite a lot when something like this occurs and it reflects a lot in how he proceeds especially when lecture concerns that particular mechanic.
Homework is finish up 23-1.