Once a month I visit a used book shop (and café) with my collection of English picture books.
The books in the photos are the books for June.
On the day I visited a work shop was hold. "Enjoy Japanese with a Japanese dictionary".
If you are students, probably you often use some dictionaries.
In my case, actually because I even study English, I always use electronic English dictionaries, however I seldom use Japanese dictionaries, especially paper dictionaries. When I need to look up Japanese words, I "google" Internet.
At night I joined the event with "my younger daughter's Japanese dictionary" which was used when she was a junior high school student.
It is the only one paper Japanese dictionary in my house.
First, just I opened the dictionary and picked a word.
KORIKOU which means clever but a little bit tricky.
I laughed at myself. It is "me".
Well, as you know I study English, so I look for a KATAKANA word.
KURE-MU it comes from claim. As you see the English word is also introduced. However the mean is make a complaint. The English original meaning is changed.
And, my major was industrial chemical, though it was in the past. So I look for an chemical word.
To be surprised the chemical formula is introduced.
Using dictionaries, browsing dictionaries, we (there were three attendee) talked a lot.
It was a good time.
It is sometimes good to "read" dictionaries.