"I will teach the piano starting the week after next."
What is the function of "kare" in this sentence? I guess that it means "starting" (the week after next), but I am not sure.
The particle “から(kara)” shows a starting point. It is equivalent to “from” in English.
I think that would be just The week after next I teach piano Which doesn't indicate "starting from"
Anyone else think it's a little weird to have such a long string of "お" sounds?...ノをお...
The hints show kanji instead of hiragana, which makes it difficult to learn.
Isn't this sentence unnatural? I mean, you caan't teach a piano; there's a typo, the first "the" shouldn't be included, so the sentence would be "I will teach piano starting the week after next".
In English, "the (instrument)" refers to the practice of playing an instrument, e.g. "I will learn the flute". So its perfectly natural and correct here.
Uh... Doesn't the を make ピアノ the object, so you are teaching the piano? Wouldn't は be better, so you'd say you are going to teach about the theme piano to an unknown object?