Another simple strip. Main point for today is starting new kanji while keeping up with older vocabulary coming up in Anki.
Conjugations and grammar points for the day:
The て-form of a verb followed by いた (past tense of いる: to be) indicates the past progressive tense (e.g., 食べていた “I was eating”, 飲んでいた “I was drinking”). In spoken Japanese though, the い of いた is usually silent, so it sounds like tabe[teta] and non[deta].
Vocabulary and kanji for the day:
下着 姿 完全 気配 殺して 怪しい