I have to admit, I'm digging this course but I got this one out of pure deduction. There's no way that the word "me" in japanese has more than 3 characters
It would be great if words would be first introduced before you get quizzed on them.
Is missing one question to learn a word really that big of a deal?
No i think it helps. Itslike immersion
私(わたし) means 'I', while 自分(じぶん) means 'me' or 'myself'
You can still use watashi as "me" in some cases.
Like if you at the particle "mo" も to watashi "watashi mo" it translates to "me too" "I as well"
I have watched so much anime, that I actually got this right by using the letters.
When would you use わたしover 私?
You wouldn't, unless you are unfamiliar with it to begin with.
You can use it whenever you refer to an action or state, or you as a topic you are speaking about. It can also emphasize that it is "I" that did the action.
watashi wa ringo wo tabemasu.
i will eat an apple.
Im sure they are working the kinks out with the new languages as they add them
If you have watched/read Death Note, the most famous sentence is "Watashi wa Kira desu" meaning "I am Kira"