On top of that, you won’t usually see hiragana and katakana, without kanji, except in children’s books and our textbook. Sometimes I try to guess at things. There is a sign at the front of the bus that says
Shi i to be ru to (katakana)Some unknown to me kanji symbols
I’m guessing this says Please wear your seat belt (shi i to be ru to).
I really need to study more!
One of the Japanese teachers finished her bead on perforated paper necklace and was wearing it. Very nice!