Japanese Class

We read through the job description for my papers for volunteering as a facilitator/translator at the upcoming Sakura Con.
"words of work", "politeness" and "loss".  And also interrogative phrases as short, full sentences -- the shortest Japanese sentences possible....?

"Interest" and translation, and deceptively similar radicals.

"Yo, yo, yo" and "No, no, no, tai" and lots of basic kanji with a simple radical under the "mon" gamae (gate radical).  "Ka" as a word component, but also a standalone marker.

(repeat shot of above -- which is clearer?)

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