What’s better than a cake? Two cakes glued together with frosting.
What’s better than two cakes glued together with frosting? Three cakes glued together with frosting!
これ = this (noun)
それ = that (noun)
Blue: Today is a vocab lesson.
Blue: これ means “this” and それ means “that”. But only as nouns!
Blue: But they can only be used as nouns!
“This is a dog” is okay, but you need different words for “This dog is cute”.
Yellow: So basically…
Blue: And I’m impressed by how you tied this into our last grammar lesson.
Yellow: Good lessons should build on top of each other, like a layer cake or learning.
Yellow: But that’s enough 日本語 for today. I just remembered I have some “chores” I need to do.
Blue: You’re going home to bake a layer cake, aren’t you?