Today we will introduce the meaning and usage of the particle of emphasis どころか and its related expressions. The pattern X(noun)どころかY(noun) is often used in a negative sentence to emphasize the negation of X by denying Y, which is easier/smaller/weaker/simpler than X.
Today, we will introduce the meanings and usage of the adjective いい (good). Its pitch-accent is high-low, so the pitch of the first い descends to the second い sharply, whether the sentence-end intonation is rising or falling.
Today, we will introduce the various meanings and ways to use the auxiliary verb ～てくる. くる is originally the verb meaning “to come,” and the pattern X (verb in te-form) +くる expresses this with an action(X), as in もってくる (to come bringing [something]) or つれてくる (to come with a person).