自動詞と他動詞 「じどうし と たどうし」 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs 自動詞 ー＞ Intransitive 他動詞 ー＞ Transitive Transitive Intransitive 落（お）とす to drop 落（お）ちる to fall 出（だ）す to take out 出る （で）to come out; to leave 入れる（い） to insert 入る （はい）to enter 開（あ）ける to open 開く （あ）to be opened 閉（し）める to close 閉（し）まる to be closed つける to attach つく to be attached 消（け）す to erase 消（き）える to disappear 壊（こわ）す to break 壊（こわ）れる to be broken 直（なお）す to fix 直（なお）る to be cured, fixed, or healed Pay attention to particles!
Securing the Client from Prying Eyes I had an experience on the train the other day which got me thinking. In our current age of always on and connected, we find ourselves working in various public places. Coffee shops, the train, an aircraft, wherever. You can get internet now basically anywhere and with the propagation of VPN’s and Two-Factor authentication we can also work anywhere. Poor Software Design On the train, I was sitting behind a seemingly stressed out health care provider.