For a second I wrote, "Here is a horse for your head"...
tre bona cxapelo )))
Ĉevalo estas tre bona ĉapelo!
why does this sentance not use a warm hat (varma ĉapelo) for increased relevance? a general purpose hat is best suited for blocking sunlight in the summer, ĉu ne?
It's always hilarious to use the word "Behold" for Jen. "Behold a hat for your head because it is winter"
I cannot distinguish between the pronunciation of "ien" and "jen". :(
"ien" is pronounced "ee-en", where the "i" is a separate sound and there are 2 syllables. "jen" is "yen" one syllable.
It's like Ian, as in the name, and Yen, like the currency.