Forgive me for being the dumb one, but what exactly is the difference between a cardigan and a sweater?
To me cardigans are usually open-front, maybe with a tie, whereas sweaters are knitted and closed-front, while sweatshirts are like gym/workout wear. Is that your Cork distinction as well? (Just wanting to make sure I learn the right hypernymy/hyponymy/generalizability of "geansai")
So this has an initial g because sweater is feminine? Or because he possesses it. Or is it because he possesses a girly sweater?
Or is there no such word as eansaí? And this is just vocabulary, not other lessons rolled in.
I'm starting to get confused. I need to do this on a real computer with other open windows.