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American here. Ask me anything.

1 :Isaac :2018/04/14(土) 03:59:55.37 ID:bhMVmYh50.net
Hey, I am Isaac from the United States. I have used 4chan for many years. I just started to learn Japanese, so I decided to check out 5ch. I have only studied Japanese for 1 month so far, so I don't understand it yet.

Feel free to ask me for help with English, questions about America (culture, politics, etc.), or anything else you want. I will answer almost ANY question.

I will only reply in English.

50 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/16(月) 13:20:58.29 ID:JbT5fJRL0.net
The only person who claims the said sentence is "grammatically incorrect"
is the dimit weasel >>16 alone.

Don't pay attention to him. He is a known senile mental case on this forum.
Nobody takes him seriously.

51 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/16(月) 13:34:36.39 ID:JbT5fJRL0.net
This idiot writes some of the weirdest English
sentences and still has audacity to call someone
else (who is most likely a native English speaker
on all counts) "grammatically incorrect" and
"awkward." Talk about "the most stupid person."

52 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/16(月) 20:06:23.25 ID:/N1HJoR50.net
I have a question for you guys. It's about listening comprehension.

Deer Hunter finale (a videoclip lasting only three seconds)
https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/63b7d4ea-936f-4eb3-85e0-13489d56beb0

Without even knowing the context of the movie, after simply listening to that
particular three-second videoclip, all the English native speakers would agree
that the woman in the above videoclip did say, "It's been such a GRAY day."
She can't have said "GREAT day." Am I right?

53 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/17(火) 01:19:55.53 ID:sstF3sti0.net
>>4
You can say that again.

54 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/17(火) 13:13:01.12 ID:QM3UuqJM0.net
>>52
I interpret that as "great day" rather than "gray day" without context. The perceived likelihood of someone uttering "it's been such a great day" is much larger than someone uttering "it's been such a gray day."
It also sounds like to me that there is a slight upturn in her voice right before the word day along with a strong plosive sound which makes me think that she's saying great.

55 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/17(火) 14:10:01.80 ID:ypSz7YVI0.net
>>54
Thank you very much for your comment.

56 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/17(火) 14:24:03.70 ID:r2DMbM7dd.net
>>53
草生えた wwww

57 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/17(火) 16:22:52.72 ID:6K4Mqtyj0.net
I visited Reddit. It seems non-native speakers are rating each other.
As a result, some posts are being rated high even though they contain explanations that is difficult to understand for native speakers.
On the contrary, valid explanations are rated low sometimes.

Rating shouldn't be cared so much at that site?
Maybe I'm not very much suited to the site.

58 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/17(火) 18:30:04.47 ID:r2DMbM7dd.net
are you proud of the present POTUS with all the scandals involving the women and Russia? wonder what's going to happen to and after the midterm election this fall?

59 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/18(水) 00:06:29.89 ID:cXQ8rDO0M.net
>>1
Anyway you should not show your
address here.
Here's not safe site.

60 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 13:23:08.29 ID:3LUqJMpy0.net
>>57
WTF are you talking about?

Reddit is just a webforum where people talk about stuff like 5ch.
It's not an educational website for novice English learners like yourself.

You go there to discuss and read about various issues, not "to study English."

61 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 18:01:24.47 ID:RwCMwHsH0.net
>>60
At least, my English is better than you. lol
It's crystal clear that your reading and writing skills are novice levels.
I don't think you even grasp what I've said in the post.
That means your reading ability is very limited.

You should at least improve your reading skill if you want to engage in conversation.

62 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 18:04:18.61 ID:RwCMwHsH0.net
Anyway, I'll add you to NG list.

63 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 19:03:43.94 ID:jQgaj4sxa.net
Hello.
I live in Japan. I'm a woman.
Is there a site that can talk with an American male?

64 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 20:29:49.87 ID:3LUqJMpy0.net
>>61
Give me a fucking break. Just look at the rubbish
that you put together at >>57. Your English is an
utter piece of crap, and you are obviously
in no position to judge someone else's English,
much less that of "native speakers" for Christ's sake.
You totally failed to understand what Reddit is
precisely because of your severely limited English
comprehension. That's more than enough evidence
to show how utterly clueless you are.

65 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 22:19:13.70 ID:M9isUtYf0.net
What a terrible sentense.
You keep exposing your reading skill that is extremly low.
You totally miscontrued other's opinion and keep attacking in vain.
You had better focus on yourself and stop posting demeaning comments.

66 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 22:34:30.13 ID:EEOq/1zjp.net
Hello Isaac, I have a question for you if you are still here. My question is on this commonly used phrase, which is ...

“Feel free to ask me for help with English”

Is this “English” your English (help us with your English?) or our English (help our English?)

I appreciate your answer. Thank you

67 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 22:42:01.31 ID:M9isUtYf0.net
But I will tell you the reason why you failed to undestand the comment >>57.
You seem to think the comment come out of nowhere
and maybe misinterpreted it as something offensive.
This thread was created by a native speaker, thus most comments
were directed at him as a conversation.
All comments should be viewed in the context or you completly miscontrue.

68 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 22:49:12.65 ID:7MJsUt0ea.net
What a terrible sentense.はさすがに中学生
みたいで微笑ましい。w 拙いながらも
一生懸命がんばって書いてるんだから大目に
見てやらな。多分、言いたいことを伝えきれて
ないだけだろう。

69 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 22:59:43.72 ID:zk4sS3t80.net
38名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 43bd-wnac)2018/04/15(日) 10:49:00.69ID:/aQ5nzcg0

Isaac is only a timid mouse, who do not have the confidence to verify what he said
by asking contestants at the yahoo answers thread whether his sentence is superior to mine or not.
His opinions are not worth an old song.



39名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 43bd-wnac)2018/04/15(日) 11:01:35.96ID:/aQ5nzcg0>>42

Which is better, A or B below?

A. Football and Basketball are definitely two of the most popular sports in the US. (my sentence)
B. Most popular sports in the States are definitely Football and Basketball. ( Isaac's)

https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20180414152753AAkJk8W

All the contestants except the idiot said A was better than B.

I agree with ワッチョイ 43bd-wnac.
Isaac has only to ask contestants at the yahoo answers thread whether his sentence is superior to mine or not.
That's all.

70 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:09:58.25 ID:7MJsUt0ea.net
釈迦に説法を地でいくキチが現れて
1を追いやっちゃってたのか。w
この程度の英文しか書けないレベルの
やつがネイティブより自分のが
正しいと強弁できるその根拠のない
自信はいったいどこから湧いてくる
のだろうか。

71 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:10:08.34 ID:M9isUtYf0.net
>>68
You cannot write it in English.
You are escaping from revealing your abilty while mocking other's.
That's the last thing decent man would do.
I candidly admit my English is not better than the person
but significantly better than you who brazenly write in Japnese here.

72 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:17:32.33 ID:7MJsUt0ea.net
日本人相手に英語で話す必要ないだろマヌケ。w

添削してやろう。

>>69
>Isaac is only a timid mouse, who do not

does notだな。

73 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:20:23.90 ID:7MJsUt0ea.net
>That's the last thing decent man would

不定冠詞aがdecent manの前に抜けている。

74 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:25:56.18 ID:7MJsUt0ea.net
>you who brazenly write in Japnese here.

代名詞を限定用法の関係代名詞で受けない。

75 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:31:11.11 ID:7MJsUt0ea.net
英検準2級くらいだな。

76 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:31:32.06 ID:M9isUtYf0.net
You are confusing the person who are consistently
annoying foreiners coming here with me.
Frankly speaking, you are not entitled to participate in here.
You are just an obstacle.

77 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:45:24.75 ID:M9isUtYf0.net
Then you're 4th or 5th grade.
Again, it's far easy to spot mistakes than writing your own sentense in English.
It's a waste of time dealing with the person like you.

78 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/19(木) 23:54:14.79 ID:dh8cdi700.net
Too bad Isaac is gone because some nutcase scared him away.
There is no point in keeping this thread alive now. Just let it die already.

79 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/20(金) 00:07:24.70 ID:oSPo3aQe0.net
Yes, we should end this thread.
Anyway, I'd like to say thank you to >>1.
You stayed here shortly, still, you contribute a lot to this English board.

80 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/20(金) 01:41:15.47 ID:9kCgXIfZ0.net
>>74
おまえはただのアホ。
you who wrireは普通に使う。
いいとこ英検3級だな。
https://www.google.co.jp/search?q=%22you+who+write%22&hl=ja&rlz=1T4GGHP_jaJP737JP737&tbm=nws&ei=6cXYWpWzG4Wp0gSD-5GAAw&start=10&sa=N&biw=1280&bih=572&dpr=1.5

81 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/20(金) 01:44:16.09 ID:9kCgXIfZ0.net
アウアウカー Sa43-xBcN)みたいなデタラメ言うアホ大杉

82 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/20(金) 04:52:21.57 ID:4jSppbKy0.net
>>66
In this sentence "English" isn't owned by anyone; it's simply the concept of the English language.
If I had to pick between the two you've listed I would say the second one is the closes to the intended meaning.

>Feel free to ask me for help with my English.
This means that the speaker is stating that questions regarding his or her own English are encouraged.
The speakers English is stuff like sentence structure, word use, verb tenses, etc. that specifically the speaker uses (as opposed to anyone else's usage).

>Feel free to ask me for help with your English.
This means that the speaker is stating that questions regarding the listeners English are encouraged.
Since the speaker can't know all of the English that the listener uses, the questions could be about anyone's English.

>Feel free to ask me for help with English.
This means that the speaker is stating that questions regarding English are encouraged.
Since the questions are about English in general, it could be English etymology, phonetics, syntax, pronunciation, topics covered in classes called "English," style, usage, etc.
Although in this context, the intended meaning is probably limited to colloquial and/or formal usage as a layman probably only has a small understanding of the other topics.

83 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/20(金) 13:50:41.83 ID:IvN8bob5K.net
≫82
デタラメ

84 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/20(金) 22:10:36.10 ID:Y9+nvYngp.net
>>83
んなこたぁ〜なぃ

85 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/21(土) 07:24:34.53 ID:eSMNFpW+0.net
Feel free to ask me for help with my English.
私の英語の手伝いを遠慮なく私に求めろ。
そんなことが出来るわけがない。
grammatically correct but unnaturalの典型。

Feel free to ask me for help with English.
Feel free to ask me for help with your English.
この二つはほとんど同じ意味
(あなたの)英語の手伝いを遠慮なく私に求めなさい。
yourを付けるといくらか無礼に取られる可能性がある。
これは日本語でも同じ。
きみの分からないところを聞け。
これだときみは他の奴と比べて劣るという感じに
取られる可能性がsる。

86 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/21(土) 16:33:14.47 ID:iOj0CZK4p.net
>>82
Hi Isaac

Thanks for your legitimate answer that explained a lot to me, there’s still troll posting here but let’s ignore him. Your thread worth to read.

87 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/21(土) 23:02:59.65 ID:eSMNFpW+0.net
>>86
https://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1522556024/
>>663->>665
Isaacは5ちゃんのえワみたいなもので、みんな
「Feel free to ask me for help with my English.
私の英語の手伝いを遠慮なく私に求めろ。
そんなことが出来るわけがない。
grammatically correct but unnaturalの典型。

Feel free to ask me for help with English.
Feel free to ask me for help with your English.
この二つはほとんど同じ意味
(あなたの)英語の手伝いを遠慮なく私に求めなさい。
yourを付けるといくらか無礼に取られる可能性がある。
これは日本語でも同じ。
きみの分からないところを聞け。
これだときみは他の奴と比べて劣るという感じに
取られる可能性がある。 」
の方がいいと言っている。

88 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/21(土) 23:05:46.16 ID:eSMNFpW+0.net
もうこれで分かったろ。
yahoo answerの人の言う通りなんだよ。
えワと同じで自信たっぷりに言うからだまされる。

89 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/21(土) 23:06:59.23 ID:eSMNFpW+0.net
4ちゃんの奴のいうことを本気にするのは馬鹿。

90 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/22(日) 07:47:24.33 ID:IPxXmSRA0.net
※イギリス人の発言

676三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y (ワッチョイ 9a9f-9jjH)2018/04/22(日) 00:14:18.39ID:Z29muBA30

>>662
>Feel free to ask me for help with my English.

いまこれを英国人に見せたら、

I think it should be, "your English."
You would say, ""feel free to ask" if you were advising someone.
Therefore, you would be talking about them (your) - not "my."
https://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1522556024/676

91 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/22(日) 11:33:33.16 ID:1b/mjtWYp.net
>>82
Hey Isaac, please come back, we need your help!

92 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/22(日) 15:37:36.12 ID:FE+SKKAc0.net
>>1
I would like to create a sister site of this thread for foreigners learning Japanese.
Can I have a permission to copy and modify your text in >>1?
It will be a equivalent thread to r/Learn Japanese: helping learning Japanese, answering anything pertaining to Japanese culture in "ENGLISH".

And I'd like to hear others' opinions to create such a site.
Hopefully, it will be a good languages exchange platform.

93 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/22(日) 15:39:16.36 ID:JSK3ExMk0.net
why not. just go ahread and post the link here.

94 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/25(水) 00:11:04.42 ID:2vq/FUOw0.net
>>92
Threads for foreigners learning Japanese exist already in 4chan
/int/ and /jp/
http://boards.4chan.org/int/thread/88646743
http://boards.4chan.org/jp/thread/18883199
But there aren't many foreigners who want to study Japanese

95 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/25(水) 14:59:00.94 ID:7UqmNjBe0.net
>>91
Another way to explain the differences between the three phrases is to view them in context.

>Feel free to ask me for help with my English.
Consider the scenario with three people: A, B, and C where A is a native English speaker and B and C are both non-native speakers with a limited grasp of the English language.
The three are in an English learning classroom during a time when students can socialize freely in English.
A and B are arguing about something, and the way B is speaking is very strange and hard to follow.
C approaches the two.
C: "Hello. What are you two doing?"
A: "We're having an argument."
C: "Oh. Do you think you two could help me with my English?"
A: "Well, I mean, feel free to ask me for help with MY English, but I'm not too sure I understand B's English myself."
I capitalized "MY" to show the emphasis that would occur in speech as this phrase will probably only ever be used when contrasting with someone else's English.
It is also kind of confrontational to whoever the contrast is made to.

>Feel free to ask me for help with your English.
>Feel free to ask me for help with English.
The context that comes to mind when reading these two sentences as is gives them an almost identical meaning.
The inclusion of "your" could possibly be seen as insulting, as the speaker is specifically singling out the listener's English ability (the listener's English is specifically bad),
but it could also be seen as a more personal version (the speaker is specifically helping the listener).

96 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/04/25(水) 14:59:28.86 ID:7UqmNjBe0.net
>>95
>Feel free to ask me for help with English.
This has more interpretations like in the following context. Two students A and B are having a conversation outside of class.
A: "Man, this essay is going to take such a long time; I need to compare the English, Japanese, and German languages to each other grammatically."
B: "Feel free to ask me for help with English; I took an English linguistics class last semester, so the knowledge is still fresh in my mind."

97 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/05/01(火) 21:56:33.77 ID:8wzA3FaF0.net
フル勃起

98 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/05/01(火) 22:34:55.63 ID:kNtS2u28H.net
Election

99 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2018/06/16(土) 02:38:36.44 ID:2ABpQmJ20.net
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