In Japanese, there’s a surprising amount of adverbs that are four characters long, the second being a small っ and the fourth, a
り. It’s useful to know a few to make your sentences more interesting :D (Note, they don’t always translate to an English adverb, like many Japanese parts of speech, but I will give the best translation I can)
そっくり- identical or similar
あっさり- simple or simply
Here is a Quizlet set I made for these types of words, I will definitely add more to the set soon.
A year ago today one of the most incredible things happened. If you would have told me in September of 2014 that I would be meeting Taylor I would have called you crazy. Because at that point in time, I had pretty much given up all hope on it ever becoming a reality and instead just continued to show my support. However, October came along and my life was changed forever. To say that I was invited into her home. To say that I was able to hold a Grammy. To say I got to sit in her living room with her and 88 others and listen to the 1989 album before it came out. To have been able to eat the cookies she baked. To have been able to meet so many amazing people who I now call friends. To have been able to have a conversation with Andrea. To have been able to finally hug and thank Taylor for always being a constant light in my life. It all seems crazy to be able to say that all really happened in the course of one night. And that night was one year ago. Taylor, you are the reason why I aspire to be the best version of me I can possibly be. You always have made an impact in my life since I became a fan, but on October 4, 2014, you completely changed my perspective and outlook on life and I am forever grateful to you for that. Thank you for giving me the most magical night of my life. It’s one I will never forget. I love you Taylor.