Learning through examples in manga
After mis-imagining her future self, Cocoa gives herself a re-do to imagine a better image. (Note that it appears in a noun form here.)
Appending 直す to a verb stem gives the meaning of re-doing an action, with the intention of doing it better than before (fixing it).
Cocoa shows Chiya her newly-learned latte art skill when giving her a drink. However, whenever Chiya goes to drink the coffee, Cocoa looks sad to see her masterpiece about to be destroyed.
During a library study session, Syaro helps Chino with her homework.
Syaro’s friends stop by the tea house where she works. There, she offers a suitable drink for each to order.
To express that an action is easy to do (by the person performing the action), the auxiliary adjective やすい is appended to the verb stem.