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Chat in English (英語で雑談) part 213

1 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/08/28(水) 07:45:35.99 ID:Kgyss+6RH.net
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Hey!!! All you NEETs, nerds, YouTube link spammers, pedophiles, neo-Nazis,
Yukorin enthusiasts, Nanako SOS admirers, Part-Time-Preachers,
Diplomats' spoiled sons, losers who can't remember Kanji characters,
Big-boobs fans, Weeaboo from around the world, learners of Japanese
who are too lazy to update their Japanese blogs very often, cunning
linguists, stupid fan girls of Johnny's Boys, Touhou pirates, and
that electrical super-gay who suffers from mental disease - This is your thread!
Let's hope the Internet-addicted housewife will come back soon!

We all wish for permanent world peace!

Sistersite:https://chat-in-english.memo.wiki/


前スレ Chat in English (英語で雑談) part 212
https://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1558023612/

2 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/03(火) 23:36:27.17 ID:kvoUf2X50.net
Hi!

3 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/04(水) 22:45:00.95 ID:5Q+QsR7Ka.net
hello

4 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/04(水) 22:55:56.92 ID:imBL+/Hn0.net
Hello.

5 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/05(木) 03:16:47.56 ID:bN8VaNZq0.net
English conversation ability is not useful if lived in japan but the reading ability is very useful.
Many people try to improve colloquial conversation fluency, it is preposterous thing.
Set down the venerable burden and let your insufficient time use reading.

6 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/05(木) 11:24:31.54 ID:/o83wDCka.net
>>5
speaking is usufull when you want to show off your English skills

7 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/05(木) 13:39:00.38 ID:nb4wSreA0.net
It's not too hot today but not adequate for sports>

8 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/05(木) 17:43:11.63 ID:/o83wDCka.net
How do you motivate yourself to study English?

9 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/05(木) 20:03:27.93 ID:yHlQfd9ga.net
>>1
thank you for setting up the new thread.

10 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/05(木) 20:08:20.65 ID:yHlQfd9ga.net
i'm interested in fitness and today, i bought a 4kg dumbell and a 20kg had grip.
i hope i can continue to work out.

11 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/05(木) 20:27:28.51 ID:Lg5Aq3VZ0.net
The most important thing is to continue regulary!

12 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/05(木) 23:22:37.09 ID:Lg5Aq3VZ0.net
>>10
Are you trying to be a ゴリマッチョ?

13 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/06(金) 01:13:02.32 ID:CkRM4J28a.net
>>12
n...no.
i'm trying to be more 細マッチョ than ゴリマッチョ.

14 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/06(金) 03:41:19.80 ID:kf9pfFpv0.net
細マッチョ is not sexy you know...

15 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/06(金) 19:46:18.16 ID:klM4M3AkM.net
Shine gaiiins!!!!!!!

16 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/06(金) 21:03:41.59 ID:ouut7Zbsa.net
>>14
you have to buy new clothing if you become ゴリマッチョ
as your physical appearnce largely changes.
i don't hope for that.
fitness is the only thing i want to achieve for the time being.

17 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/06(金) 21:24:13.02 ID:kf9pfFpv0.net
I have a large back and big arms so I have so many tanktops.

It’s a privilege to wear tanktops because you can’t wear them with skinny arms you know

18 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/06(金) 21:26:48.69 ID:kf9pfFpv0.net
Sometimes I encounter some クソガリ at the gym wearing tanktops or compressioned shirts... which makes me laugh. Yes. Everytime. Without fails.

How miserable they look! If you wanna rock those shirts, you’d better work

19 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/07(土) 19:33:40.82 ID:ZphSaKAxa.net
it is embarrassing for me when my shoulders and biceps are exposed to other people's attention.
so tank tops are not my choice, half-sleeved shirts are enough.

20 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/07(土) 19:41:13.61 ID:ZphSaKAxa.net
i am suprised to know that sugar may be addictive like alcohol or tobacco or drugs.
i am not sure if there is some scientific study to show that it is definitely true.
i want to know how much sugar you should take a day.

21 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:10:39.08 ID:ZHiekd4Md.net
I want くびれ. I am fat. I love sugar to death.

22 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:12:41.03 ID:RfmMTHyw0.net
I want a big body. I wanna be a bodybuilder.

23 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:13:21.84 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
The democracy tends to turn into the autocracy system

24 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:15:43.80 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
The territory returns only by war

25 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:17:55.76 ID:RfmMTHyw0.net
What are you talking about?

26 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:20:32.93 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
Japan needs nuclear armament

27 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:22:32.01 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
HOTAKA MARUYAMA is good for the prime minister

28 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:28:14.99 ID:RfmMTHyw0.net
Are you a supporter of Takashi Tachibana?

29 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:31:16.38 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
The speed limit of the Japanese road is too slow

30 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:35:11.69 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
Japanese road shoud raise the speed limit by +20km/h

31 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:37:49.50 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
なあなあculture must get rid of japan

32 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:43:15.59 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
parent does not have a right to raise their chird

33 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 00:50:34.03 ID:48CGCaZy0.net
all japanese children are chiidren of 天皇。
to abuse a japanese child is to abuse a child of 天皇陛下。

34 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 01:57:58.11 ID:VsD6MYejd.net
>>5
You are right at some point. But people here already have speaking ability.

35 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 02:42:41.21 ID:ER1Czn7J0.net
Hey, wanted to make a new thread but fucked up and posted in another thread for translating Japanese to English.
Just gonna copypaste what I wrote, with some edits.

俺はカナダ人です、よろしく
日本語が下手下手です、それでも何でも聞いて

google翻訳を使うからわかりにくいと思うけど、ネイティブが答えるから。

As for me, I want to know why you're interested in English. To learn the lingua franka of the world? To impress your girlfriend? Cause you have nothing better to do?
Let me know! Doesn't matter if your replies are in English or Japanese because I'll just throw it into google translate if I can't read it.
Preferably English since this is an English convo thread.

36 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 03:06:50.26 ID:RfmMTHyw0.net
Fuck you if you are white. You are welcome.

37 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 03:10:13.55 ID:ER1Czn7J0.net
>>36
And you're a dick.
Who cares if I'm white?

38 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 04:00:59.61 ID:RfmMTHyw0.net
We don’t need condescending whites. They need to be exterminated with Koreans. They are detrimental.

39 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 04:05:10.27 ID:ER1Czn7J0.net
>>38
...detrimental to who, might I ask?
I'm just in this thread to chat and answer potential questions you might have for a Canadian, like do we have polar bears as pets, etc.

40 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 04:08:29.71 ID:RfmMTHyw0.net
What are you? You all are detrimental to the world peace. You people and Koreans always make troubles. Read the history book...

41 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 04:09:20.97 ID:RfmMTHyw0.net
Canada? Hordes of Koreans live there. No good.

42 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 04:54:55.66 ID:y9NevSAsH.net
>>40
>>41
(Phone posting cause I needed to get out of the house)
I have German heritage. I actually love korean and asian food in general and have a few korean and chinese friends, but the real issue here in Canada is the fucking chinese and the CPP's influence on the chinese communities in Canada.
While westernized chinese people aren't the big issue, misinformation spread by mainland China to mandarin speakers is just screwing up the concept of the melting pot.
We even had protests in Vancouver in favor of the CPP because of the Hong Kong situation.

43 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 05:01:38.87 ID:y9NevSAsH.net
Correction, CPC for my whole spiel.

Also, just wondering if you just default to sage on the board? Don't wanna be too annoying.

44 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 07:04:24.62 ID:RLdeQCsad.net
>>35
Hi. I learn English because I want to watche English videos without subtitle.

45 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 07:07:39.11 ID:y9NevSAsH.net
>>44
Cool! What kind of videos do you want to watch? North american dramas? Cartoons? Youtube videos?

I'm wanting to learn Japanese because when I graduate from university I wanna visit Japan for 3 weeks.

46 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 07:31:21.28 ID:y9NevSAsH.net
>>20

Thought I should add my two cents to this.
Sugar activates the same receptors in the brain that cocain and heroin do.
We evolved as a species to seek out sugar because that's energy. Berries, fruit, etc. all have sugar.
Only reason why pure sugar is still legal is because there's money to be made.

High fructose corn syrup is also sugar, but is metabolized differently then cane/beat sugar. It's probably the main reason why americans are getting as fat as they are.
We're all sugar addicts. Such is the current plight of humanity.

47 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 07:36:52.96 ID:vHi7m8CGd.net
>>45
YouTube videos. I watch travel videos. I can see beautiful city and beach in the world. I also watch restaurants reviews.

48 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 08:44:54.10 ID:yld4ZIFS0.net
>>47
Which food reviewers do you watch?
The meme that is Guy Fieri? Or someone a bit more ameture?

49 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 12:26:42.84 ID:VVfjIJVId.net
>>48
I type words as best pancakes, hamburger, coffee into search box. I don't have any specific youtuber I watch regularly.

Why are you interested in Japan? Are you anime fan? Is that your first time to go abroad?

50 :外人 :2019/09/08(日) 13:14:22.94 ID:ER1Czn7J0.net
>>49
I visited the US twice and Germany 3 times throughout the last decade.
Visiting Japan would be the first time going somewhere in the world alone for me.

I'm somewhat of a weeb--been doing some Gunpla and finished a Zaku II--but the language, culture, and landscapes interest me too.
Shinto temples, Mt.Fuji, various cities with it's huge metropolitan landscape, and the countrysides in between.
I'm not full-on crazy like some foreigners are, but it'd be a nice change in destination for a vacation.

If you like chatting about food and don't mind using imageboards, 4chan has a food&cooking board if you want to use that to
improve your English. The memes and colloquial might be a bit jarring at first, but I think I had that same situation with browsing 2channel.

51 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/08(日) 14:29:37.34 ID:SDH2Q0HQd.net
>>50
Many non native English speakers use 4channel. But their English seem almost perfect. I'll try I got much better.


I live in Tokyo. I like Koube and Hokkaido in Japan. It's beautiful as Japan.

52 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 01:53:45.90 ID:l6lrXv1G0.net
Hello everyone. I am 横になっている on the futon now. And my laptop PC stand by side on floor of my room and I watching 5ch by it.

53 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 02:39:49.48 ID:nDfdJFyL0.net
Oh you are a futon person. Interesting.

54 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 02:44:45.83 ID:nVAnfTEId.net
Autumn came. I bought a black pork steam bun at the family mart.

55 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 02:50:10.18 ID:nDfdJFyL0.net
No. It’s still hot. So I want to eat もつ鍋.

56 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 03:28:50.98 ID:X+gyMJ15d.net
>>52
Sounds like fluffy.

>>55
Sounds like winter (^_^;
I like 鍋 too. I put udon into 鍋.

57 :外人 :2019/09/09(月) 11:19:32.79 ID:DlCJZcrP00909.net
>>56
Wouldn't adding udon to it just make it fancy ramen...?

I'm still curious why people add sage to these threads and not have your comments bump the thread.
Is it to be more polite to more active threads?

58 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 14:00:41.68 ID:l6lrXv1G00909.net
I work for me and other peoples. My job is very interesting. That name is NEET.

59 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 14:23:42.12 ID:gR/EJ1FOd0909.net
>>57
I agree. 10years ago people blame people who not to use *sage. In Japan, too aggressive people aren't accepted. So I use *sage unconsciously due to old habit.

>>58
me too.

60 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 22:42:54.74 ID:nDfdJFyL0.net
I want to get a hair cut.

61 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 22:53:02.11 ID:l6lrXv1G0.net
>>60
I have barikan.

62 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:05:04.92 ID:nDfdJFyL0.net
>>61
I don’t go for “hage” style. Thanks anyway.

63 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:22:58.49 ID:FqCZUKIca.net
i woke up to notice that lid of a fan, attached inside my house, had been blown away
by strong wind of the typhoon no.15 during the night.
it was like a big hole was dug through the wall
and small animals would have been able to come through it into the house.

64 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:27:28.18 ID:FqCZUKIca.net
>>58
i don't think that neet is a job title but that it is a status...

65 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:28:48.99 ID:nDfdJFyL0.net
Why you write in small letters all the time?

66 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:30:14.08 ID:nDfdJFyL0.net
Small letters are all the rage now!?

67 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:35:12.50 ID:/y8Cgh8cd.net
>>63
Does your airconditioner work?

68 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:35:51.84 ID:FqCZUKIca.net
>>65
because it's easier and faster for me to type only lower case letters.
if it doesn't make sense, i will instantly switch to using upper case letters.

69 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:38:55.23 ID:FqCZUKIca.net
>>67
i haven't checked it yet.
i think it's ok, but it may make strange noises when it's turned on.

70 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:43:59.09 ID:FqCZUKIca.net
looking at smiles of ms. 渋野日向子 makes me remember a japanese old saying 笑う門には福来る.

71 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/09(月) 23:58:50.14 ID:kCXBvOFB0.net
As far as the number of posts is concerned, there are almost no posts other than operatives'.
As a result of the operatives continuing to distort information,
the English board lost its trust and was depopulated.
It is now a waste board.
There is no writing other than the operatives' faked stories.
They operatives look so miserable.

72 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 00:11:22.76 ID:/6EC8gUx0.net
Miserable like your post? Lol

73 :外人 :2019/09/10(火) 00:49:46.29 ID:eKYa++oy0.net
>>68
Do schools teach computer typing in Japan? I was taught it in elementary school, and even with capitalization I have a 70 WPM typing speed.

>>71
Kek, are you that much of a conspiracy theorist?
...although now I said kek, now you think I'm a fucking korean spy. In the west it's more of a different version of lol.

74 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 01:16:11.79 ID:Yqq7RQROd.net
>>71
I haven't seen you for a while. Have you had long vacation? Where did you visit?

75 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 14:50:56.88 ID:/6EC8gUx0.net
10 year old me :I want to be a firefighter when I grow up.

20 year old me: I want to find a well-paying job where I can help people If possible.

30 year old me : I want to die in a fire rn.

76 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 18:47:03.62 ID:hlhv/V4vH.net
>>75
I don't know how to laugh your idea.
So sorry.

77 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 19:55:41.69 ID:0C95pVMMM.net
I’m at the gym as usual. This latin looking gaijin is so stinky.

78 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 21:39:20.98 ID:6ExcT/xHd.net
Are>>36 and >>77 same person?

79 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 21:43:18.92 ID:/6EC8gUx0.net
If that is the case, what?

80 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 21:53:58.15 ID:6ExcT/xHd.net
Just curious. On the second thought. They aren't. One of guys don't like white people not latin people.

81 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 22:10:27.50 ID:jlrSNEPjd.net
>>71
(´・ω・) Yes, sir sir.

82 :外人 :2019/09/10(火) 23:07:47.94 ID:1skA61yP0.net
>>81
...it's "Sir, yes sir."
Unless you're just meming.

Another question I want to ask this thread is the reason you might hate an ethnic group. Whites? Koreans? Dominican republicans?

83 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/10(火) 23:08:55.33 ID:/6EC8gUx0.net
Koreans are the worst of the worst. Top of the worst. They are all human-looking animals.

84 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/11(水) 00:23:47.51 ID:UYoVX4G4d.net
>>82
I'm not a racist. (* ・ω・*)ノ

85 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/11(水) 08:05:45.44 ID:KszP+R/t0.net
why political pigs always bring their own issues to daily conversation. they should notice it ruins the atmosphere.

86 :外人 :2019/09/11(水) 11:13:48.91 ID:BU7qpOkV0.net
>>84
That's great. Still I can sense quite the hostility towards Koreans in particular.

>>83
Ya know who also said that? The fucking Nazis. Don't aspire to be a Nazi.
Full Metal Jacket has quite a good scene pertaining to this.
https://youtu.be/tHxf17yJsKs?t=47

>>85
Agreed.
There's a time and place for politics. This isn't one of those.
Anyone who disagrees can move over to 4chan's /pol/ board. They'll like you there.

87 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/11(水) 20:51:14.58 ID:zL7IYLeDa.net
i want to be able to make international calls without hesitation.
(or reply to international calls at office)
it must be really nice to talk with foreigners in english.

88 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/11(水) 20:58:18.73 ID:zL7IYLeDa.net
what is ω of (´・ω・)?
this is a question i've been trying to answer for a long time.
a mouth or nose? or it represents both of them at the same time?
you can't find an answer by googling it...that's too bad.

89 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/11(水) 22:08:01.89 ID:zsjbGOrY0.net
That’s so otaku. Yes. I’m one of those disgusting otakus (^ω^)

90 :外人 :2019/09/12(木) 05:43:11.76 ID:xLV1jbof0.net
>>88
I would think that it'd be both. Kamojis are weird, but cute.

91 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/12(木) 08:07:46.83 ID:CayTRLe20.net
>>88
some says it is actually a nose. but who cares? a lot of people on the internet use Kaomojis with that character believing it's nose, including me. w

92 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/12(木) 08:13:16.39 ID:CayTRLe20.net
By the way I heard the news said Bercow of British Parliament resigns. I will miss him. I love how he is hyper articulate😭

93 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/12(木) 08:18:07.44 ID:CayTRLe20.net
my fav moment from Bercow's speech. if someone is interested.
https://youtu.be/6X5F7jhQZd8

94 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/12(木) 20:57:18.67 ID:LLQWI9WM0.net
I have this question. Why is that black men have bigger dicks?

95 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/12(木) 21:41:04.82 ID:LLQWI9WM0.net
I got my hair cut today. I look so hot. I need to take tons of selfies.

96 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/12(木) 21:44:47.36 ID:LLQWI9WM0.net
After getting my hair cut, I stopped by at a shopping centre and got so many attentions from ladies and some guys.
I know it’s a sin to be super hot like me.

97 :外人 :2019/09/12(木) 22:23:12.14 ID:tmyllMW/0.net
>>94
That's an easy answer.

Humanity evolved to adapt to their climates. Everything from skin color to nether regions.
A higher surface area allows you to cool down faster as you sweat. Bigger dong, higher surface area.
Europeans had to deal with long, cold winters. Because of that, less surface area is desirable.

98 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/12(木) 22:29:25.90 ID:LLQWI9WM0.net
>>97
If that’s the case then, what about Asians?

99 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 00:52:19.91 ID:0pugULjca.net
i noticed many cars attached some device on their roofs.
it cast bright green lights and the lights were turning around.
obviously the cars were not ambulances or fire trucks.
what are they??

100 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 01:11:02.97 ID:0pugULjca.net
the other day, when i went out taking a walk at night,
a little girl walked toward me alone.
she seemed only 7-8 years old and it's almost 10p.m.
i couldn't help but frown at her,
and also wondered where the hell her parents were at that time.

101 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 01:19:46.61 ID:1iZZ9DqI0.net
It’s too late for you to realise that, dude.
Everytime I go to a local mall centre after work like at 9pm, I see some young-ish parents with a little kid like 3 or 4 years age.

This is pretty the norm in Japan now. You need to adjust to it.

102 :外人 :2019/09/13(金) 03:06:45.81 ID:v5g6d3PQ0.net
>>98
Depending on location in relation to the equator, your ancestors would have gone through evolution gaining different traits.
With asians, narrow eyes and similar physiology to europeans were the favorable trait.

>>99
We have something similar in Canada for my area. These are SUVs used to suppliment ambulances and fire rescue.
Then again you said they wern't emergency services so I have no idea.

103 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 03:09:08.60 ID:1iZZ9DqI0.net
Do you speak French?

104 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 03:15:03.41 ID:1iZZ9DqI0.net
Speaking of Canada, I was serioulsy considering applying for an exchange student programme my uni provided. UBC or something?

But I ended up going to Australia instead. Life is unpredictable.

105 :外人 :2019/09/13(金) 09:41:53.20 ID:fY77JixR0.net
>>103
Sadly not. It's only required to learn french from grades 1 through 6. After that, it becomes optional.
Doesn't matter. Since grade 1, I was learning German in a bilingual school system my area has.
I dropped out of German in grade 12 though because I'd have to take the C level Sprachdiplom (German equivalent to N1 JLPT).
I really didn't care about having that certification since it's only useful for interpretation jobs and working/studying in Germany if you aren't a citizen.
However since I am both Canadian and German, no Sprachdiplom required.

If you don't know french, working as a public servant is close to impossible due to preferential treatment of francophones and those who speak french.

>>104
Exchange programs are amazing and fun to do. I did one in grade 8 for a trip to Germany.
Australia is a good choice too.
Their accent and slang might be difficult for ESL students to understand though.
How was your experience in Australia?

106 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 09:46:57.86 ID:0pugULjca.net
>>102
if those cars were used for emergency purposes (to suppliment ambulances and fire rescue)
they should make loud warning sounds with sirens or ask for other car's cooperation through loudspeakers or microphones.

>>101
i think those young ish parents must take better care of their children.
the children will have a difficulty breaking the bad habit when they begin to go to school.

107 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 09:54:34.70 ID:0pugULjca.net
some people like to pursue the latest, up to date version of electronic devices.
when iphone x models were launched a few years ago,
they emailed me the pictures of them (or sent messages with pics through line app).
i wonder how many people will do the same thing with iphone 11 in 2020.

108 :外人 :2019/09/13(金) 10:13:23.87 ID:fY77JixR0.net
>>107
Yup. People are pretty absorbed by their expensive toys.
I did get a flagship phone (LG V30) but I only upgrade every 3 or 4 years.

109 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 10:57:18.79 ID:iSrMjwcJ0.net
Smart phone displays is too small. Someone says we need only.smart phone, not PC.
I can't understand it.

110 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 13:10:41.53 ID:C/f6mt/td.net
I still use the flip phone. That is *garakee in Japanese. But It was tiresome to check out the correct word to me. So I wrote *galapagos portable phone to soneone in the youtube comment section. I don't know he understood me.

111 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 15:16:07.79 ID:shI04BhsH.net
>>110
a british guy i met before called garakee "dumb phone".

112 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 21:09:50.53 ID:1iZZ9DqI0.net
Today I thought like being “hage” is pathetic while watching one of my “hage” collegues.

113 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 22:44:04.44 ID:1iZZ9DqI0.net
>>105
It seems so cool to be a bilingual. I know so many people in Canada are bilingual like English and French.

I have never wanted to study French because the pronunciation is so difficult for Japanese speakers, me thinks.

114 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/13(金) 22:46:49.82 ID:1iZZ9DqI0.net
I was in Brisbane for a year and it was such a nice experience. People were so chill and I loved the climate there.

The only thing I hated about Australia is that I couldn’t use water as much as I can. I use tons of water here in Japan.

115 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 01:29:28.05 ID:yB+5jXK00.net
So I’ve been using some dating apps. Today this white gaijin messaged me. I BLOCKED HIM PRONTO.

116 :外人 :2019/09/14(土) 01:38:27.17 ID:ZQQSXiIC0.net
>>113
Being Bilingual is pretty nice. I have German TV streaming so I sometimes watch german dubbed cartoons and programming. They even have dubbed anime.
Watched a couple early episodes of Bleach but the dub was a bit unbareable. When it comes to Anime I usually watch subbed content 9 times out of 10.

French pronounciation isn't much of an issue for English speakers, but the written form is absolutely horrendous.
Coupled with Japanese's limited phonetics and grammar, I can only imagine the nightmare Japanese people have when learning French.
I've heard that Spanish is easier for Japanese people to learn. Is that true?

117 :外人 :2019/09/14(土) 01:40:36.41 ID:ZQQSXiIC0.net
>>115
...why is that though?
If he was just looking for a rice bunny to pump and dump then I could understand.
Blocking him right when he started messaging you kinda defeats the purpose of dating apps altogether.

118 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 02:02:30.29 ID:yB+5jXK00.net
>>116
Yes. Spanish is so much easier for Japanese when it comes to pronunciation. Gramatically speaking, Korean is the easiest language for Japanese, but no interest.

I wish I could speak Mandarin. But no time, no motivation, no money to learn the language from scratch.

119 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 02:27:36.30 ID:2lq20enGd.net
The pronunciation of R and LER are difficult in French. But French is easier to listen than English.

Spanish and Germany sound similar to Japanese.

120 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 02:43:45.02 ID:ysQs7+Svd.net
>>115
Did you block because he was hentai?

>>118
Youtubers give you free lessons.

121 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 11:40:16.32 ID:+A/ePfY40.net
I hadn't noticed that there were three holidays from today.

122 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 13:13:43.37 ID:glU6GK7Wa.net
i am going to have a job interview the day after the respect-for-senior-citizens day.
so i need to prepare for it.
as per the job description, this position requires a basic level of english-speaking skill.
i am wondering if the part of the interview is done in english to evaluate how i can speak english...?

123 :外人 :2019/09/14(土) 14:45:09.92 ID:NR2GZFgm0.net
>>122
It might.
As long as your pronounciation isn't total shit and you can get your message across, that should meet the definition of basic English in Japan imo.
Good luck with the interview, hope it goes well.
If you really wanna practice, maybe look for some pronounciation practice videos on YouTube or something similar. Rosetta stone maybe?

124 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 17:15:53.85 ID:UHXeyXmMM.net
>>122
Don’t think serious too much. The important thing is the passion to telling to the interviewer how you feel and consider about a certain topic. Just fake it till you make it!

125 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 17:34:43.34 ID:yB+5jXK00.net
Speaking of being fake, I want to get a nose job anf earlobe surgery.

126 :外人 :2019/09/14(土) 22:36:34.22 ID:NR2GZFgm0.net
>>125
I'm against it but if you wanna look like a walking Ken doll you do you.

127 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/14(土) 23:25:46.24 ID:yB+5jXK00.net
>>126
You have no idea. I wish I were white so that I don’t have to go through every hardships I encounter as an Asian.

128 :外人 :2019/09/15(日) 00:11:59.56 ID:EAjNybd/0.net
>>127
Not trying to sound mean, but what hardships?
You're in a first-world country that is one of the powerhouse economies.
Just trying to understand your perspective.

129 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 00:31:53.79 ID:bbMzF30i0.net
>>128
If you are white and speak English, you are basically invincible.

Japan is not a wealthy country anymore. People are struggling a lot. Everything is getting expensive, taxes are getting higher, incomes are getting lower etc etc

I’m pretty sure Japan is a second-world country.

130 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 00:49:28.62 ID:bbMzF30i0.net
Being white is a privillege. You can’t deny it.

131 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 00:50:16.43 ID:Rv6pz0K3d.net
Price is lower than before. But salary is also lower than before. Wealthy gaps is bigger in Japan.

132 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 00:53:31.59 ID:bbMzF30i0.net
Yesterday, I realised that my all-time favourite snack called “チョコパイ” is so much smaller!!!

133 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 10:14:00.21 ID:Ppp1akxsa.net
>>123
>>124
thank you.

>>131
and existing taxes continue to be increased.
plus, the government may introduce a new tax.

134 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 13:53:51.64 ID:QVwEt+aUd.net
>>133
Sales tax increase because government actually want to get increase politician's salary not for lack of pension money.

But our income is the same. So we have to save or not buy anything we don't really need. Then company can't get money from us. Then our salary don't get increase. So Japanese economy will never be better.

If I want to get out of rat race, I have to not waist my money at least. I don't count on our government. I will save my life by myself.

135 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 18:45:00.57 ID:kxH+WX5NH.net
>>131
That makes Abenomics fail.

136 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 19:55:17.01 ID:Su1w/aRed.net
Someone said you can make money by fx. But my image of fx is dangerous. But he said if you bet little money, It's not dangerous. I'm wondering I'll do or not.

137 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 20:41:00.53 ID:jLTDjB0a0.net
in the case of fx, there is no floor of the loss you have to compensate when you lose
the bet. if it is the kind of trade of future of for example wheat, as long as it’s trade is done through japanese companies all you have to lose is the money you put in advance before you begin the bet. but, in fx, the circumstance differs from it.
and, for trades, large leverage is used, so, so small amount of the price changes may bring you huge amount of losses. i recommend you not to bother with the fox.

138 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/15(日) 22:44:36.04 ID:2jqyyuTvd.net
>>137
Thank you for your advice.

139 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/16(月) 00:06:26.76 ID:a3ar9v3+0.net
>>137
Seems like you’re smart smart. I wish I had some friends like you so that I can make tons of money.

140 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/16(月) 21:48:27.44 ID:a3ar9v3+0.net
Recently I realised that the number of foreign workers in my city is increasing. Everytime I go to a dollar store, イオン, 業務スーパー, or some specific stores, I encounter tons of gaijins like Filipinos, Brazillians, etc etc

I’m not complaining because they are good, legit hard workers unlike white gaijins.

141 :外人 :2019/09/17(火) 00:13:12.42 ID:uBNZXMs40.net
>>140
Eh, some people are going to be like that.
The same can be said of some japanese people.

Work ethic isn't always predetermined by race.
But here in North America and other english speaking countries, teaching English in Japan is marketed as something that anyone with a bachelors degree can do.
I've even considered it myself.

142 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/17(火) 00:35:51.05 ID:sVr12AMId.net
>>141
How about teaching English on Youtube until you come to Japan?

143 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/17(火) 02:55:54.71 ID:QjZsn2Vx0.net
becoming a teacher through jet programme is very difficult, isn’t it.

144 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/17(火) 03:10:47.48 ID:M3IVGexS0.net
No. It’s actually easy-peasy because even my baka gaijin friend came here by jet programme.

He graduated from the state university... lol

145 :外人 :2019/09/17(火) 05:53:33.91 ID:vKLw6wTZ0.net
>>144
State universities aren't all that bad. Coming from one doesn't mean you're as dumb as a rock.
Sometimes you can't really afford the creme dela creme in terms of university.

146 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/17(火) 06:41:44.43 ID:OLfgp8Xld.net
>>143
Someone who don't speak English that much run English school. And he become rich than English teachers.

147 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/17(火) 08:10:09.41 ID:hLAcM9mCd.net
How many years did you guys take to be able to speak English?

148 :外人 :2019/09/17(火) 09:43:21.99 ID:PkccnzMx0.net
>>147
Yikes.
Now that I think about it, having just the Japanese vowels and consonants in your repertoire of sounds would make speaking English a nightmare.
How long did it take for you to be able to speak English? Is how you speak close to how a native speaker would talk?

149 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/17(火) 13:11:18.44 ID:NkbYgbQEd.net
>>148
It took 10years. I practiced pronunciation little by little. I learned phrases from the magazine for American teenage girls.

150 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/17(火) 21:05:55.92 ID:qEBKNOK50.net
>>145
Canadian universities also are expensive like American ones?
My friend went to this university in Californial and said the tuition fee is $55,000 a year plus dorm fee, etc etc

151 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/17(火) 22:59:54.45 ID:qEBKNOK50.net
But she is on the wealthy side so her parents pay everything for her. Well, she went to a private international school in Tokyo. Obviously you can’t attend those schools unless you are very rich...

152 :外人 :2019/09/18(水) 06:40:23.51 ID:XxCl1JCm0.net
>>150
It depends on the school, program, etc.
I pay $5000 CAD a year for 2 semesters' tuition for my program. This is for a 2 year diploma program where it counts as two years towards a bachelors degree.
As a foreign student, your tuition is increased to subsedise Canadians with their lower tuition.

State universities and other institutions will have different costs.
Some universities might give you financial assistance depending on socioeconomic status though.

The situation is similar in Canada compared to the US, but there are a multitude of differences between the two to take into consideration.

153 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/18(水) 15:16:15.33 ID:uVW1N57Gd.net
>>137
Do you invest on something or own your company?

154 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/18(水) 15:47:50.12 ID:T+zn46d/0.net
This gaijin tends to think Japanese is easy to pronounce due to its limited phonetics. This is clearly a wrong assumption because the most difficult part of pronouncing Japanese is intonation.
I have never met any non-native speakers who have no trouble speaking it correctly no matter how many years they live in Japan.
It seems almost impossible to master it without having native parents.

155 :外人 :2019/09/18(水) 16:15:13.76 ID:GoR8hbgh0.net
>>154
Obviously intonation would be a difficult part of Japanese. It's hard for any language.
But the limited phonetics make it somewhat easy for non-japanese people to learn the language, at least from my perspective.

If someone immerses themselves in the media of a given language, the intonation would be easy to pick up over time.

156 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/18(水) 18:45:35.39 ID:ABHbv4C/0.net
The problem typical baka white gaijins have is their inability to write kanji! Also their handwriting is terrible af.

157 :外人 :2019/09/18(水) 20:38:57.73 ID:GoR8hbgh0.net
>>156
I won't argue with that.
Writing Kanji for me is pretty much the bain of my existance.

158 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/18(水) 20:46:41.23 ID:H6/flO8K0.net
You'd better ignore it.

159 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/18(水) 21:00:25.84 ID:WDM5MLmgd.net
Many whites left in this thread because of trolls.

160 :外人 :2019/09/18(水) 22:09:41.87 ID:yj0xLjv50.net
>>159
I'd think I'm the only whitie here, dude.
It's 5chan. Not too many North Americans/Europeans browsing.

161 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/18(水) 22:18:55.87 ID:ABHbv4C/0.net
Recently I realised this. The English ability is so useless here in Japan. It is such a waste of time, money, efforts.
Schools should do away with English classes. Or English should be selective or something. Def not a mandatory subject!!!!!!!!!!!!

162 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/18(水) 23:01:49.47 ID:hL0TiPlkd.net
>>160
There are few people. They said I'm American.

163 :外人 :2019/09/19(木) 02:33:05.69 ID:1K/o3S7l0.net
>>161
Basic English skills are needed for programming, large corporations with foreign HQs, shitposting on 5chan's english board, etc.
If you don't use it on a semi-daily basis, great. I'm happy for you. But English skills are king in Japan for major corporations, and just in general.

>>162
...well? Are you?
I just can't tell. It's nice that whatever I put into the namefield is displayed here.
On quite a few boards on 4chan, you need a browser extention to just see whatever someone puts into the namefield if they don't tripfag.

164 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 03:12:14.84 ID:57sMiAB3d.net
>>163
They live in Japan. You can read old thread if you have time. This thread is number 213.

165 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 09:17:40.44 ID:CHuyrbcr0.net
>>163
Though you are writing major companies in this country requires employees to
acquire English skills, employees almost don't need it for their business, but only for their promotion where their company impose it as a condition to be promoted,
to get good scores in TOEIC. Worthless efforts is it, don't you think so?

166 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 10:53:02.20 ID:WXKNXWzsd.net
Many company has foreign branch. Someone have to work for few years there. Maybe that is one of the reason.

167 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 12:56:04.10 ID:/geJ/idF0.net
I want to sleep now. But, my eyes still open. I count sheep between one to hundred.

168 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 17:24:06.88 ID:zSnXTOO30.net
I think my dream will come true. I think I can get my dream job soon. That is, working at 7/11 as a cashier.

My English qualifications are wastes after all.

169 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 21:31:56.59 ID:p0XfZg6Td.net
Does L and R sound obviously different to native English speaker or returnee? It's the same to me unless you pronounce very slowly.

170 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 21:36:29.27 ID:p0XfZg6Td.net
↑○otherwise
×unless

171 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 23:08:04.05 ID:GlTZD+vxa.net
>>167
let's watch some lecture videos on youtube
where teachers talk about topics you're not interested in at all.
it would successfully make you sleepy and fall asleep.

172 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/19(木) 23:13:47.18 ID:GlTZD+vxa.net
>>168
if you work for a 7-eleven store located in a japanese famous sightseeing spot,
your english skill may help you very much.

173 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 00:52:58.66 ID:11J4hV/y0.net
Like in Kyoto? But the problem is I’m allegic to white gaijins.

174 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 17:58:25.42 ID:1bq4Hl8JM.net
>>169
I’ve never been to Americas but I clearly recognize L and R sound.

175 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 18:25:56.72 ID:I/M8zy6Md.net
>>174
Great.

176 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 19:59:40.61 ID:iUUWTRf10.net
gleat

177 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 20:03:50.75 ID:iUUWTRf10.net
I start bonsai gardening

178 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 20:19:10.99 ID:11J4hV/y0.net
I got airplants at Daiso the other day and they are dead now. Funny I gave them water everyday....

179 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 22:32:26.44 ID:1ofAnHCwa.net
speaking of water, firefighters seem to tell people not to leave their water bottles in their cars.
i wonder why.

180 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 22:34:59.17 ID:11J4hV/y0.net
It makes fire through lenses.

181 :外人 :2019/09/20(金) 22:44:49.80 ID:d1dKBDWNH.net
>>169
L and R don't even sound that similar to me. The way I think it, L(el) and R(arr) have slightly different tounge forms for making the sound.
L makes my tounge curl slightly to the tip of the roof of my mouth with the tip of my tounge.
R on the other hand has my tongue curl to the back of my mouth with the underside of my tounge touching the middle roof of my mouth.
Don't know if that makes any sense, but the sound difference is there.

182 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 23:20:12.82 ID:+9vbCSJP0.net
English is kind of a road mirage.
The more you study, the more you realize your limitation.

183 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 23:23:58.39 ID:11J4hV/y0.net
You are a poet.

184 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 23:31:43.15 ID:iA+xt2n+d.net
>>181
I can pronounce them. But listening is difficult. By the way I heard native speaker children don't know difference between TH and F sound. Is that true?

185 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 23:32:23.37 ID:+9vbCSJP0.net
road
load

Those two words are written by voice typing. I know how to pronounce it because of a good teacher called Summer on YouTube.
It's relatively easy to pronounce them compared to the difficulties hearing the differences between them.
Once I saw a article on BBC that says when you are a baby you can distinguish all sounds but when you grow up you will lose the ability because it is no longer necessary to discern them in your native language.

186 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 23:33:21.13 ID:1ofAnHCwa.net
geothe, a german great playwright (and poet),
once said "mastering one foreign language is like conquering one country.".
is it?

187 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/20(金) 23:53:19.25 ID:/QE/JUE8d.net
>>185
That's right. I lost that ability because I'm already adult.

188 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 00:15:14.56 ID:ng2/pnM90.net
Fuck my brother.

189 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 00:15:39.12 ID:0okv2c4Dd.net
When someone pronounce は(H sound). She looks hard. Because she is French.

190 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 00:18:15.27 ID:ng2/pnM90.net
I heard that some people pronounce を as お.
That was mind-boggling. I always pronounce を like うぉ.

191 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 00:53:07.32 ID:dtePiExGa.net
>>189
i heard that 江戸っ子 has a difficulty pronouncing japanese "Shi".
"Hi" seems to come out of his/her mouth instead...
i don't know the reason for this.

192 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 01:00:43.54 ID:dtePiExGa.net
long time ago a japanese student seemed to be shot to death in the us
after unintentionally?? trespassing someone's garden or backyard.
the owner shouted at him "freeze!" but he was said to take it as "please!" and go further against the owner's will.
i am not sure if this story was true or not.

193 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 01:26:10.53 ID:0Ka02jCYd.net
>>192
That was Halloween day. If he had much English ability...

194 :外人 :2019/09/21(土) 05:53:44.89 ID:M3tdiC51H.net
>>192
From what I can gather, お is the correct pronounciation for を. In romaji, it's typed out as "wo".
Don't know how you got うお, but than again I'm just an idiot 外人.

195 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 06:33:52.15 ID:sB3Ck0dt0.net
However idiot you are, I dare tell you that ordinary Japanese don't tell を from お
on their speech. The difference is only when they are written.

196 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 11:26:47.38 ID:GrEzhadrM.net
>>194
In my area, people pronounce を as うぉ.

I have the same stance with Mastuko
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Qz6cUAlW0dc

Watch it at around 10:00-

197 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 12:36:11.25 ID:GrEzhadrM.net
Omg. There is this hot guy in the gym now!!!

198 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 18:25:29.09 ID:LjqJry3Vd.net
I read old thread. There were a lot of foreigners. They had gone. Where are they?

199 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 18:41:30.12 ID:GrEzhadrM.net
They were gone because they were racists.

200 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 19:30:44.71 ID:GrEzhadrM.net
I know there are bunch of weirdos here. So tell me the most painful way to die?

201 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 20:59:09.76 ID:8wLhVdlId.net
>>197
Which actor does he look like?

202 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 21:06:05.89 ID:HWCI8c4V0.net
Japらではダメ!

203 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/21(土) 21:23:33.55 ID:ejLZ2dTkd.net
>>202
Which race do you recommend?

204 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/22(日) 01:21:42.44 ID:m+6adA0k0.net
>>201
I don’t know. But he looks like one of those hot fitness models on Instagram.

205 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/22(日) 19:38:40.84 ID:m0RRJQl0a.net
today, when i travelled by train, my eyes caught a highschool girl standing alone by a door.
what made me so surprised is how skinny her legs were.
they looked like two old branches of a tree.
i wondered how they hold her body as she got off and walked away swiftly.
i wanted to tell her to eat a lot more at least until she comes of age.

206 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/22(日) 19:46:14.72 ID:m+6adA0k0.net
Don’t worry about it. Ptobably she gets proteins from her BF.

207 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/22(日) 22:57:44.99 ID:bxMeja9Gd.net
>>204
Are you gay?

208 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/22(日) 23:38:49.02 ID:m+6adA0k0.net
>>207
Does it matter?

209 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 00:15:10.01 ID:e/rSOTdEd.net
>>208
I was just confused


Skymark are going to fly from Narita to Saipan. I'm happy. Btw I heard American people in mainland don't know Saipan.


And Australians don't know either. I saw the map. I found lots of islands I didn't know yet.

210 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 01:31:01.46 ID:aRIxBOJ8a.net
the more you know things, the more you know you don't know things...

211 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 01:37:46.81 ID:aRIxBOJ8a.net
a recent study shows that tomatoes have bad influence on your hair (on your head)
and eating tomatoes may promote you going bald.
i like tomatoes and this is obviously a shocking news.

212 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 01:46:20.44 ID:mdjVMizP0.net
Wait. Are you hage?

213 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 02:04:33.66 ID:J9Ucg5+Kd.net
Are there a lot of bald men in Italy?

214 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 02:07:25.79 ID:mdjVMizP0.net
I think so. My baka Italian friends are somehow all hage.

215 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 03:56:54.46 ID:mdjVMizP0.net
I want to go to IKEA.

216 :外人(カナダ) :2019/09/23(月) 06:10:41.31 ID:kRK00i0w0.net
>>217
...then go to IKEA.
I don't know if the Japanese locations are similar to the Canadian ones, but their meatballs are alright, along with their soft serve. Although it's not as good as McDonalds soft serve.

217 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 09:24:01.93 ID:ZKrK9RLMa.net
>>212
no, i keep plenty of hair on my head...presumably thanks to my family dna.

218 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 10:36:46.84 ID:KQR2Mtd66.net
how many fingers dose your head fill?

219 :loser :2019/09/23(月) 13:32:47.25 ID:A+IUANyx0.net
I had subscribed English newspapers to upgrade reading for nothing. I might have been mentally retarded...Anyway, I do not have any kinds of TALENTS. Less than ZERO...

220 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 15:18:52.02 ID:mdjVMizP0.net
>>216
There are only 8 IKEA stores in Japan. It takes me about 2 hours to get there from my house. I also have to take the express way which costs me about 100 dollars.

It’s not like “Let’s go watch a movie!”

221 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 17:29:52.35 ID:yS5TfIp4d.net
>>220
Do you go to IKEA for buying furniture?

222 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 17:59:44.57 ID:mdjVMizP0.net
>>221
I want some small stuff and a chair. I already got big furniture several months ago.

223 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 18:00:52.87 ID:mdjVMizP0.net
I don’t like driving so driving for 2 freaking hours is literally a torture.

224 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 19:11:57.94 ID:9Wsrq0Ekd.net
I used to buy foreign products at Foreign buyers club. They got everything. But there were big earthquakes in Tokyo 10years ago.

They gave me *would you buy water? we got a lot!*e-mail so often. I was hurt.

225 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 20:47:20.89 ID:ZKrK9RLMa.net
at a seven-eleven store, i found "lipovitan D hyper" newly released and added to
the lipovitan D lineup.
i quickly picked up a bottle and bought it.
it's interesting that "D" is not english but german.

226 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/23(月) 21:05:20.70 ID:a/OtbJ2Qd.net
I want to try all of lipobitan D.

227 :外人(カナダ) :2019/09/24(火) 00:14:23.44 ID:0gvS33xgH.net
>>222
Weird. I live about half an hour by car, so it's more a "something we can do anytime" kinda thing.
How much would it cost if you drove on your highway? I heard toll booths are insanely expensive in Japan.

228 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 00:14:38.45 ID:aFZaIlutd.net
>>223
isn't Amazon good enough for you?

By the way is it possible to buy something from Amazon USA?

229 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 00:57:44.55 ID:qK9hhUK2a.net
yes, if you register a new acccount with amazon usa,
you can buy what you want on amazon usa website.

230 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 01:04:05.04 ID:qK9hhUK2a.net
i've been attracted to a smartphone game "uncolle".
the title "uncolle" is a combination of two words,
"unko (japanese word for poop)" and "collection".
the japan poop society has participated in the project
to increase people's awareness of unko and unko-related health.

231 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 01:17:30.46 ID:tAYW/YEb0.net
I have just tried an online English lesson for the first time.
I am feeling totally exausted because right now, because I had to put an extreme strain on my brain during the entire session, recollecting appropriate words and senstences…

232 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 01:18:18.02 ID:tAYW/YEb0.net
Oh no, I am exhausted to the point where I put ‘because’ twice in the sentence.

233 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 01:52:14.65 ID:6a2oo+o00.net
>>231
That is really good. If you keep doing that everyday, you will get used to it and be fluent in the not too distant future.

234 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 01:57:54.98 ID:tAYW/YEb0.net
>>233
I really hope so. The problem is my trial period has expired and I now have to pay billion bucks.
(But probably well worth the price considering the effect!)

235 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 02:00:00.02 ID:tAYW/YEb0.net
Don’t get me wrong, I am not a 工作員.

236 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 02:01:40.28 ID:6a2oo+o00.net
>>234
Maybe you should try cheap ones. Like I used to be a member of DMM eikaiwa or something. The fee was like 4,000 yen or so.

237 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 02:07:08.22 ID:tAYW/YEb0.net
>>236
I think I should, as the one I tried was actually DMM and they currently charge around ¥6500 at the cheapest (i.e. 1 session/day). Thank you for your advice!

238 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 03:09:30.26 ID:6a2oo+o00.net
>>237
Jeez. It’s so expensive now...

I should stick to doing “1人英会話” then...

239 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 03:53:10.28 ID:HJEGeABVd.net
>>229
Thank you for your information.

>>231
You seem to be already fluent.

240 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 07:28:19.39 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>231
>>232
Your English (at least in written form) sounds quite good and natural. You are definitely on the right track. Keep it up!
If you don't mind me asking, how have you been studying English?
I'm a native English speaker who's studying Japanese, and my main philosophy when it comes to studying is "input before output".
That is, I try to immerse myself (in other words, "get input") in natural Japanese as much as possible, so that I actually understand the language before trying to speak (in other words, "output") by myself.
I'm wondering if you are using a similar approach for your English, especially since you said it was your first English lession.
If so, then it seems to be working for you.

241 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 07:43:11.25 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
I just want to ask something to all the native Japanese speakers in this thread.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrHwPv7gUCE
Would you say that this guy's Japanese is good? Be honest.
I ask because I'm mainly following this guy's advice for how to learn languages.
He sounds quite good to me, but I'm not a Japanese native, so I don't feel like I can really accurately judge for myself.

242 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 08:11:27.88 ID:+BTOhAIRd.net
>>241
He is very good.

Marsha Krakower speaks perfect Japanese.

243 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 09:37:38.83 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>242
Thank you for the response.
I hadn't heard of Marsha Krakower before.
It seems like she was born in Japan, so she's probably been getting Japanese input all her life, and is basically a native.
Thane Camus's Japanese is also perfect from what I hear, but he's been living in Japan since he was like 6, so he's also gotten tons of input and practice.
I bet his Japanese is probably even better than his English by now.

I think Matt (from the video I linked) is pretty impressive because he learned Japanese without leaving the United States,
so he didn't get the advantage of getting to live in Japan and being surrounded by the language all the time.
He had to build a "Japanese-only" environment all on his own, mainly through the internet.
I'm trying to replicate his approach since I have no plans to actually ever go to Japan, but I would like to know the language.

I think, with all the materials available on the internet to read and listen to, we could all become fluent in our target languages by simply immersing ourselves in it all the time!

244 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 09:58:59.91 ID:EXUjFbIvd.net
>>243
I didn't know she was born in Japan. How about Peter Barakan?

Matt Japanese isn't perfect. But it's incredible to get that ability without living in Japan.

245 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 10:15:54.58 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>154
You are correct.
I think one reason for this is that almost no Japanese students are aware that pitch accent (高低アクセント) is a thing that even exists, or if they do, they don't think it's important.
The canonical examples are how 箸が, 端が, and 橋が all have different pitch accent when spoken. Or 雨 and 飴.
For most students of Japanese, their study of pitch accent stops at these two examples.
But it's not just these words; really, EVERY word in Japanese has its own pitch accent, just like how every word in English has its own stress on certain syllables.
However, because you don't "need" correct pitch accent to simply be *understood*, most Japanese language students think that Japanese pronunciation is easy,
even though their intonation sounds unnatural as fuck, and they're constantly getting pitch accent wrong.

It's not like Chinese where bad pronunciation will keep you from being understood.
But people who say "Japanese is easy" seriously underestimate how hard it is to reach a native level at speaking the language.
I've already accepted that I will probably never get to a "native level", but I would still be happy just being "very good".

246 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 10:28:18.81 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>244
Peter Barakan seems to have been born and raised in England, so if his Japanese is really perfect, then that's certainly impressive.
I wonder why some people are able to able to learn foreign languages to perfection, while others never reach that point, even after immersing themselves in the language for decades.
Does it come down to their studying habits, or just some sort of natural abilities?

At any rate, in English we have a common saying: "Don't let perfect be the enemy of good".
In other words, it's better to keep trying and to become very good at something, than to give up because you feel like you will never be perfect.

247 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 11:02:32.39 ID:KkiC7pOjd.net
>>246
You don't need to be perfect. I can't speak English that much. But I'm interested in perfect speaking person. I mean I want to know how they learned foreign language.

248 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 11:13:28.34 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>247
Yeah, same. I'm also very interested in their methods.
Those guys like Peter Barakan could probably make tons of money if they marketed their language learning methods to the masses.
But they seem less interested in that, and more interested in just living their lives.
Maybe they just don't want us to know their secret...

249 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 11:51:29.57 ID:mWkzQVGx0.net
>>246
I'm not trying to downplay their effort and of course practice and immersion are the most important but I think some people are just naturally good at languages.
There are people who are good at context reading, pronouncing clearly, giving a speech, writing a novel and then there ard some who are not.
Even natives have varying levels of abilities at their language like that so it's only natural that the same applies to language learners.

250 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 12:36:57.96 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>249
Yeah, I have no doubt that some people are just naturally better at learning at a certain rate than others.
And of course, if you're a natural mimic, then pronunciation and such are going to come easier to you.
After all, language is mostly mimicry and natural mimics have a huge advantage when it comes to that.

I'm still interested in the overall process and theory behind language learning, though.
Take Matt, for example. He's not perfect at Japanese,
but he's only been speaking the language for a fraction of the time that Peter Barakan has.
I wonder, if Matt keeps up with his immersion-based approach to language learning,
if he will ever reach perfection,
or if he will just plateau at "almost, but not quite perfect" like so many other learners do.
Even among people who live in countries where their target language is predominately spoken,
many of them just craft "gaijin bubbles" for themselves where they're not actually
immersing themselves as much as you think they would be.
So while being a natural at 物真似 plays a role,
I'm sure, I wonder how much if it comes down to 才能 and how much of it comes down to just the method.

251 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 12:38:32.83 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>249
Another thing I'm interested in, is how long did it take people like Peter Barakan to become perfect?
Surely they weren't just speaking flawlessly from day one.
But there's so little documentation on the subject.
It's like, should you take it as, "if you've been studying for x years and you're still not perfect by then, you'll never be perfect"?
If it took him 2 years to reach perfection then I'd surely believe he's a genius.
Nobody who's not FUCKING EXCEPTIONAL learns perfect Japanese in 2 years.
But if it took him 20 years, then I have to wonder if it's something environmental rather than genetic still.

Not that I think it matters THAT much, whether you have a subtle accent or not.
I'm sure that everyone would agree that Dave Spector speaks excellent Japanese even if he has a foreign accent and such.
But I would still accept that Peter Barakan has something over him, either environmental OR genetic,
if he was able to reach total perfection in the same amount of time.

252 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 13:13:11.60 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
Another thing I want to comment on is people like Thane Camus who are also widely regarded to be language gurus or something.
If you've listened to Thane Camus speak English for an extended period of time, you will realize that, while he's still pretty good at it,
there's just something "off" about the way he speaks English that just shows that he's just way more comfortable with Japanese on the inside than English.

Like, his English really is the kind of English you would expect from someone who moved to Japan when they were 6 or 10 years old, rather than the English of someone
who stayed in an English-speaking country until adulthood.

If you're an English native then just listen to the clips of him reading English on his new Mr. Coconut channel on YouTube and you'll see what I mean.
It's only natural that, after 40 years of living in Japan, he's forgotten the natural rhythm and cadence of the language he spoke as a 6 year old.
And though he may be white and his Japanese is perfect, his English certainly is not.

I think that Japanese and English are just such different languages, that there's almost nobody alive who's capable of maintaining both to a truly "native" level without prioritizing one over the other,
if you know what I mean.

But that doesn't mean you can't be very good at both still.

253 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 13:35:53.82 ID:tAYW/YEb0.net
>>240
Thank you, I feel relieved to hear that my English sounds natural to you.
I have been learning in a way surprisingly similar to yours, except that I had no clear intention to do that, so to speak.
My first exposure to English was 12 years ago when I entered my junior high.
I have since immersed myself in my favorite movies, magazines, etc. in the language. I could say I was also an avid learner of the grammar at school.
However, I was, or I have been, too lazy and shy to find opportunity to have real conversations.

254 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 13:41:35.48 ID:tAYW/YEb0.net
>>240

(cont. >> 253)
As a result, I have a fairly rich vocabulary pool in my head but most of the words and phrases in it remain “passive”.
The reason I sound not too awkward in written form is that there is virtually no time limit to review and rewrite it, often with the aid of dictionaries, so they sound more natural.
I can tell whether a sentence is natural or not “in hindsight”. I just cannot form it on the spot.

The funny thing is that I know what “obsequious” and “flabbergasted” mean but in the online lesson I find myself struggling to switch tenses, and there is always a long and awkward pause before I can finally output a grammatically decent sentence.

255 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 13:52:08.00 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>253
That's interesting to hear.
I've also been taking an approach of just trying to understand everything Japanese.
My main goal with Japanese was just understanding rather than outputting.
I have to say, that tonight is the only night I've ever really talked to Japanese people.
And even now, it's mostly in English rather than Japanese.
But I spend 6+ hours every day, just trying to read and understand real Japanese,
which is spoken/written by real Japanese people. In doing so, I've come to understand almost all of the Japanese that I see and hear on a daily basis,
which was my goal in the first place.
However, after doing so, I find myself wanting to be able to speak/write Japanese in the same way that I understand it. So I have to keep going and pushing myself.

>However, I was, or I have been, too lazy and shy to find opportunity to have real conversations.
This is my problem as well, I think. I think I could speak or write Japanese if I tried, but I'm just too shy to.

Anyway, just 頑張ってくださいね。 I'm sure we'll both get there eventually.

256 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 13:56:53.39 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>254
Yeah, I think I'm at the same stage in Japanese as you are in English.
That is, I can write somewhat natural Japanese and I can see what's right "in hindsight",
but 実際に喋ること is still too "real-time" for me.

I've heard of this technique called "shadowing", where you basically just repeat, in real-time,
what a native speaker says. And in doing so, you're supposed to become more fluent and "quick at thinking on your feet"
when it comes to your target language.
But I haven't tried it yet, because I feel like I should be focused on bringing my listening comprehension up to truly 100% first,
rather than the 97% or so that it's at right now.

>The funny thing is that I know what “obsequious” and “flabbergasted” mean
I will say that, as a native speaker, I don't even know what “obsequious” means. But as a Japanese learner I can read 髑髏 and write 薔薇 even though I know that even a few native Japanese can't.
I think that one thing that separates a native from a learner, is that a native just has this intuitive sense of what's important to know and what's not. Whereas a foreign learner can't intuitively tell whether “obsequious” is worth learning or not.

257 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 14:01:00.62 ID:EDtPEXy7d.net
>>251
Thane Camus and Dave spector are excellent. But they both learned from they were children. Children learn language faster than adults.

I checked out how Peter Barakan learned Japanese. He learned Japanese at the college maybe 4years. But he couldn't speak Japanese when he graduated.


After he came to Japan, He learned from TV drama and conversation.

258 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 14:05:47.18 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>257
Interesting. I've heard that Dave Spector has an obvious foreign accent, whereas Thane Camus sounds like a native speaker. Am I wrong?
I am trying to learn from TV drama, anime, and YouTube. And after 3 years, I can read and understand almost all of it. But I can't speak yet.
I think mostly I am just too embarrassed to try.

But since my original goal was just "understanding" rather than "speaking", I am very happy. I will try to keep it up and hope that I can reach Peter Barkan's level someday.
After all, he's been living in Japan for at least 20 years before I was even born, so I think I should give myself that sort of time to catch up (*´∀`*)

259 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 14:27:41.18 ID:Ir48VYXed.net
>>258
Thane Camus's accent is better than Peter Barakan.

I think shadowing is very good for listening. Repeating is good for speaking.

260 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 14:42:06.88 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>259
Yes, I agree as well. We should all try shadowing and see if we ultimately improve at speaking our target language.

261 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 14:51:25.43 ID:M1IYSvVBd.net
>>260
You will be able to be like him (*'▽'*)

Why did you choose Japanese?

262 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 14:55:36.71 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>259
Also I'm not sure if I misunderstood you,
but I feel that shadowing and repeating are almost the same,
the only difference is whether you repeat in "real-time" vs. whether you repeat "afterwards".


I think both probably have the same benefits.
I will try doing a combination of both from now on and seeing which one seems to work the best for me.

Time for me to go to bed.
Everyone "ganbatte ne" and hopefully we'll all be fluent soon enough.

263 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 15:01:14.66 ID:sGonzLr8H.net
>>261
Well, I just think Japanese looks cooler than any other language I've ever seen in the world.
The way you guys mix ひらがな、カタカナ、漢字 I think it's very 賢い and I wish we had that in our language too.
I think you guys make the best media - yeah, the アニメ, ドラマ, エロ漫画, all of it.

I took one look at Japanese and I thought, "this must be the hardest language on earth. I HAVE to learn this."
I'm just a チャレンジ好き kind of guy, you know.
I've never regretted a single second of learning this language. I love it all.
Thank you for the encouragement.
Good night.

264 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 15:08:21.88 ID:z/3ytsypd.net
>>262
See you later.(*・ω・*)ノ

I didn't explain it well. I repeat just one phrase. I repeat the same phrase over and over. After that I totally memorize that phrase's pronunciation accent and intonation.

265 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 15:15:54.82 ID:tAYW/YEb0.net
>>255-256
It’s interesting for me as well to know we are in such a similiar situation and I wasn’t the only one.
I haven’t tried the shadowing method yet, but from your explanation I think it’s worth giving a try because it sounds like exactly what I need.
I really hope you make a successful switch to the “activation phase” of the Japanese language like I desire to of English, and we both someday be fluent both in speaking and writing.
It was fun having a conversation with you. Have a good night!

266 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 15:23:28.28 ID:AhLQSMLxd.net
>>265
(*・ω・*)ノ

267 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 15:31:12.70 ID:6a2oo+o00.net
☆*:.。. o(≧▽≦)o .。.:*☆

268 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 15:53:55.84 ID:mWkzQVGx0.net
This Japanese youtuber called AK-English has learned English in a year by speaking English with her flatmates and her story was quite fascinating.
Like how she thought "first of all" was just one word until much later.
She also talked about some interesting stuff like how those Japanese children she taught English could speak the language without an accent until the age 6 or something
and their pronunciation would only get worse after they learned the alphabet in school.

269 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/24(火) 21:41:37.51 ID:XOkr4K4A0.net
Have you guys seen the brooch of Lady Hale??
It's a shockingly huge spider. lol
She must be around 80 years old, but she has avant-garde aesthetics!!

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/jewellery/lady-hales-brooches-surprisingly-trend/

270 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 02:05:54.55 ID:8Rv9yTAZH.net
>>269
Whoa, that is pretty cool.
I didn't even know what a 'brooch' was until now, lmao.

Oh! One thing that you guys might want to try is watch English-language "Let's Play" videos on YouTube.
One of my favorite things to do in Japanese is watch 実況プレイ vids, since not only is the content fun and interesting, but the commentary is useful listening practice.
On top of that -- and this is where I think Let's Play videos shine in terms of their usefulness -- the players will often read out all the in-game dialogue out loud,
so you can practice reading along with native audio.

My favorite Japanese Let's Player is 実況局だいだら. He talks a lot, and he reads everything out loud.
Even compared to other Japanese Let's Players, I think he speaks and reads very well.
It makes me realize that I need to learn to read way faster if I ever want to keep up with people like him, haha.

271 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 03:39:05.22 ID:fCjbckgS0.net
Sad news. I was rejected by seven eleven job. What the fuck?!

272 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 04:03:44.90 ID:3AL2P1Bt0.net
>>271
Cheer up, man. Just take a look at your ID!
ID: fCjbckgS0
-> fC ck jbgs0 (Move “jb”)
-> fu ck jbgs0 (Rotate “C” by 90 degrees)
-> fu ck j0b gs (Rearrange)
Finally, remove the “g” and the “s”, because they are the first characters of “grief” and “sadness”, which are the feelings you want to get rid of.
-> fuck j0b
See? You don’t have to be so sad. In the first place, LABOR IS SHIT!

273 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 04:16:22.14 ID:mt6crJ7wd.net
I've watched so many tropical fruits. That is Peru travel video.

274 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 04:26:17.48 ID:psluHsomd.net
>>270
It's not hard to get reading ability. It's fun to read foreign books and foreign article on the Internet. I'm interested in learning many languages.

275 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 07:11:00.30 ID:oeHSntB2r.net
>>274
Do you mean that such ability to reading foreign books is easy to get?

276 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 07:33:16.38 ID:hdWZ6kRyd.net
>>275
Yes, except newspaper.

277 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 08:33:34.55 ID:HP4eMiAsH.net
>>276
I actually think that news in general is easier to understand than most fiction books, at least in my own experience.
The reason is that news is kind of meant to be simple. Everything is communicated in a very clear, direct, and matter-of-fact way.
The biggest hurdle to understanding news is that you have to learn a lot of vocabulary related to politics and such.

Books, on the other hand -- especially fiction books -- tend to be more abstract than news.
Authors like to inject their own writing styles and wordplay into their books.
They might contain subtle concepts which build on each other over the span of several pages or chapters.

This is kind of unrelated, but there are a lot of Americans who believe in the stupid myth that "not even Japanese people can read Japanese newspapers",
so I think it's commonplace to believe that news is the most difficult reading material out there.

278 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 08:34:47.39 ID:HP4eMiAsH.net
>>276
I actually think that news in general is easier to understand than most fiction books, at least in my own experience.
The reason is that news is kind of meant to be simple. Everything is communicated in a very clear, direct, and matter-of-fact way.
The biggest hurdle to understanding news is that you have to learn a lot of vocabulary related to politics and such.

Books, on the other hand -- especially fiction books -- tend to be more abstract than news.
Authors like to inject their own writing styles and wordplay into their books.
They might contain subtle concepts which build on each other over the span of several pages or chapters.

This is kind of unrelated, but there are a lot of Americans who believe in the stupid myth that "not even Japanese people can read Japanese newspapers",
so I think it's commonplace to believe that news is the most difficult reading material out there.

279 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 08:36:05.92 ID:HP4eMiAsH.net
>>277
>>278
sorry for double posting

280 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 10:22:39.88 ID:6HeReIukd.net
>>277
Newspaper's grammar is not so difficult. I thought you need specific vocabulary as you said.

Basically people choose books you are interested in after you learned words and expressions. So I think it's not so hard to read books you are interested in.

I like travel abroad. So I memorized words which relates travel in the first place.

If you mean every kinds of books, it might be difficult. Novel, I used to read novel which has easy words. But if you like something special. It might be difficult.

281 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 12:19:53.13 ID:iqIBSe8n0.net
It may depend on a newspaper you read.
BBC is relatively easy to read compared to the New York times that uses complex grammar and less common words.
Andi agree that fiction is the most difficult.
I started to learn English to read a non-fiction book, Embracing Defeat, this book is very insightful but very easy to read like newspapers.

282 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 12:44:24.23 ID:HP4eMiAsH.net
>>281
I agree that it depends on the newspaper.
In my own case, for example, I think that FNN is an excellent resource for Japanese learners.
Not only do they use rather simple Japanese, but they include transcripts of basically everything the announcers are saying.
The only real difference is that the announcers use 丁寧語 whereas the written transcripts do not.
So for a Japanese student, FNN is a fucking godsend.

It's embarrassing to admit, but I don't really read English novels that much anymore.
I find it to be too boring since the internet is a thing now. It's been several years since I've read a single English book.
I think the Internet might have ruined my attention span for books, haha.
But I will look into Embracing Defeat since you mentioned it.

283 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 13:36:41.69 ID:ZCa1J6zvd.net
>>281
It seems just my image of English newspaper. I usually read Japanese newspaper.

>>282
You can read article on the internet for free. It's natural not to read books.

284 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 13:43:36.63 ID:HP4eMiAsH.net
>>283
No way, you read Japanese newspapers?!!?
OMG! But the internet told me that even Japanese people couldn't read those!
lmao...

285 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 13:53:26.31 ID:ZCa1J6zvd.net
>>281
Do you buy foreign books at the imported book store? If so, you are rich.

>>284
Japanese people are not interested in politics so much compared to other countries.

286 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 17:49:41.48 ID:fCjbckgS0.net
>>272
I’m so angry because I’m super qualified for the job but I got denied?! Maybe I’m too qualified for the combini job. I have a master’s degree and some English skills and have an overseas sales.

Maybe the interviewer was jealous or something.

287 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 18:04:30.65 ID:fCjbckgS0.net
*overseas’s sales experiences

288 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 19:24:36.41 ID:3AL2P1Bt0.net
>>286
That may be the case.
Let’s look on the bright side: now you don’t have to work with someone mean enough to deny a suitable candidate out of jealousy. Yay!

289 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 20:12:58.69 ID:GH7CF2it0.net
>>271
lol congraturations

290 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 20:16:00.50 ID:0WLR7OHCM.net
>>289
I just put a curse on you. Your family will be an accidnet soon. xx

291 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 21:22:23.74 ID:GH7CF2it0.net
>>290
You were too good for the place and they knew it

292 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 21:26:53.55 ID:HP4eMiAsH.net
>>285
That's a good thing, really. Politics is dumb.
>>286
It sounds like you really were overqualified.
Here in the West, they would never hire someone with a Master's degree for a convenience store job,
because they assume that you'd just get bored and leave for something better as soon as possible.
Rather, they want people who don't have any qualifications,
so they'll have no choice but to stick with them.

293 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 21:33:50.27 ID:AIPDxh+Kd.net
>>290
How many ID do you have?

294 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 21:36:29.61 ID:AIPDxh+Kd.net
>>292
Where do you live? What state? I'm interested in foreign country.

295 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 22:26:39.01 ID:W8WoebJYa.net
i caught a glimpse of an online ad which says "your next breakthrough awaits.".
i couldn't remember when and what my first breakthrough in my life is.

296 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 23:09:00.41 ID:HP4eMiAsH.net
>>294
I live in Seattle, Washington, which is an okay city, but it's incredibly expensive to live here.
There's also a lot of homeless people everywhere, probably because everything is too expensive.
What about you?

297 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/25(水) 23:46:47.73 ID:HP4eMiAsH.net
>>295
yeah but how about when you broke through your mom's vagina as a baby lmao gottem

298 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 00:26:16.42 ID:VST4aNLzd.net
>>296
I live in Tokyo. Seattle is known for Starbucks coffee. It takes 9hours from Japan. I've never been to Seattle. But I've been to Hawaii and L.A.

299 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 00:37:47.23 ID:Bz5c2AE3H.net
>>298
There's definitely a lot of Starbucks in Seattle, yeah.
Only 9 hours? That's a lot shorter than I expected.
I've never been to Japan, but I'd like to visit someday.
I bet Tokyo is just like anime in real life!!!!!! Sugoiiii!!

300 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 01:00:19.01 ID:LGrsNC/O0.net
Typical white tourists in Japan.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wYQcU5VXde8

301 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 01:12:36.08 ID:Bz5c2AE3H.net
>>300
Yeah, Logan Paul is a massive piece of shit, and the only people who like him are 12-year-old kids with brain damage.
I also seem to recall another story where British tourists were caught licking the fish on display at a Japanese fish market.
They had to ban all white people from the fish market after that.
Many Westerners seem to have this entitled mentality where they treat foreign countries like a playground for them to get drunk and mess around in.
Probably because they grow up watching trash like Logan Paul vids.

302 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 02:21:00.58 ID:LGrsNC/O0.net
So I didn’t get a combini job. What should I do now? Maybe I should go to Hellowork or something. I really don’t care about what kind of job I will have in the future.

303 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 02:27:41.04 ID:EJ5YJpZ50.net
>>302
In what kind of subject did you get your master’s degree?

304 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 02:31:48.91 ID:EJ5YJpZ50.net
I found my examinee card for the next EIKEN test and I’m already getting nervous.

305 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 02:32:08.13 ID:EJ5YJpZ50.net
I mean in my post box

306 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 02:35:38.88 ID:LGrsNC/O0.net
>>303
Communication.
My degree hasn’t helped me get any jobs so far. So basically it’s a really expensive piece of paper now.

307 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 02:37:07.79 ID:LGrsNC/O0.net
>>304
Make sure you take a really deep breath before getting into the examination room and believe in yourself.

It helped me a lot when I took it.

308 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 02:51:55.13 ID:FD1fzF1Ud.net
I haven't taken any English test in like forever. Maybe i should take one to know how much my English died.

309 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 03:12:45.06 ID:PJY4YR/jd.net
>>299
I hope you visit. (*ゝ・ω・*)ノ

310 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 03:15:50.38 ID:LGrsNC/O0.net
(´-`).。oO(why this dude always use kawaii kaomoji....?)

311 :名無しさん@日本語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 03:50:28.77 ID:Bz5c2AE3H.net
They should sometimes try using kowai kaomoji as well.
(◞≼●≽◟◞౪◟◞≼●≽◟)

312 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 07:54:15.75 ID:0LoAkPIG0.net
Data representing differences in ethnicity between Japan and Korea
<Korean dot com 2012.08.11 09:52:55 article>
Crime about lies
Perjury: 1,544 South Korea, 9 Japan
False accusation: 2,171 South Korea, 10 Japan
Fraud: 70,000 South Korea, 8000 Japan

In Japan and Korea, there is a big difference between false proofs and false charges for the purpose of punishment and discipline for others.
Roughly more than four thousand times that of Japan considering the population ratio.
If you are sued by a Korean about your ancestors before you were born, you should first doubt the high possibility of false charges

313 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 10:46:35.21 ID:c8a59XHja.net
>>304
i know how you feel but you can deal with it.
more than a decade ago, i screwed up at the interview test of the eiken pre-first grade.
i wept on my way home.

314 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 10:48:35.78 ID:c8a59XHja.net
>>311
the kaomoji you are using is not kawaii.
it's so wide and the expression scares me.

315 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 13:03:52.77 ID:IpzI/tAzr.net
>>299
What coffee shop is No.1 in seattle?

316 :外人(カナダ) :2019/09/26(木) 22:48:21.17 ID:C3op/rGWH.net
>>317
Milstead & Co.
I've heard a lot of good things from them while visiting the US a few years ago.
You could also see how Starbucks is there since Seattle is where their HQ is.

317 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 23:04:13.73 ID:fdXwMW8Bd.net
I use to try every new coffee at Starbucks and every new icecream at Baskin Robins. But now I'm on a diet.

318 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/26(木) 23:19:08.92 ID:cSyGm8YWd.net
>>317
It doesn't mean you could not try new refreshments even though you are in a diet right? lol

319 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/27(金) 01:14:13.38 ID:vq8LdnjIr.net
How about Veloche?
Cheap and teasty.

320 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/27(金) 01:47:21.83 ID:39PET6kfd.net
>>319
I've never tried. Maybe it's good to visit when you want to save your money.

321 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/27(金) 01:54:41.03 ID:R7p8tx+u0.net
Carrying your bottle is more economical.

Recently I’ve been saving money by carrying onigiri and my bottle.

322 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/27(金) 09:24:34.50 ID:Gm0dNmALa.net
Do you know Naoko Kawai?
She debuted as Hideki Saijo's sister.
http://momi6.momi3.net/natu/src/1569449408218.jpg

323 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/27(金) 15:45:24.83 ID:Ums55TitM.net
>>321
Anyway coffee is expensive recently.

324 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/27(金) 16:25:03.58 ID:xFpd5G81d.net
I buy seven eleven coffee sometime. They have table and chairs.

325 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/27(金) 23:12:02.83 ID:K85lgGkia.net
if you see screen of your smartphone or garake mobile phone,
you can tell how much battery is still left by the battery icon shown on the screen.
but as for wrist watches you can't tell how much is left
so that you feel uncomfortable or even get upset when your wrist watch suddenly stops working.

326 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 00:58:38.04 ID:oDJ/53V60.net
I don’t have smart watch. But I heard that you have to charge Apple watch quite often

327 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 01:16:44.00 ID:oDJ/53V60.net
I have tons of green tea podwer in my home. I always drink green tea because I’m Japanese.

328 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 02:44:49.26 ID:BTCVW27yd.net
>>327
Are you 右翼?

329 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 02:55:22.00 ID:oDJ/53V60.net
No.

330 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 17:00:12.45 ID:U/YUyGfMM.net
>>327
I think ほうじ茶 is also very nice.

331 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 18:14:55.18 ID:AbBBYq0Ud.net
I liked western food when I was a child. I liked おこさまランチ. But I like Japanese tasty icecream as cherry blossom, green tea, houji tea and green tea.

332 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 18:45:39.53 ID:ZrJgjHs3M.net
I’m plucking my nose hair right now. It’s actually pretty therapeutic...

333 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2019/09/28(土) 20:19:51.94 ID:Et6JexNLL
>>332
yuck

334 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 20:57:24.66 ID:Ge/htRLMa.net
i posted a comment on youtube for a music clip.
it is my first comment.
the person, who uploaded the clip, gave me a "like".
i am happy (〃´・o・).

335 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 21:00:50.12 ID:Ge/htRLMa.net
>>332
i heard that it is not good to pluck your hair and you should cut(trim) it instead.
plucking your hair may damage your skin and it sometimes causes suppuration.

336 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 21:07:24.92 ID:Ge/htRLMa.net
>>327
i wonder if there is any best-before date set for green tea powder...

337 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 21:10:01.99 ID:oDJ/53V60.net
>>335
The shape of my nose holes are kinda unique. Like you can see my inside nose and nose hair. That’s why I always pluck them.

I’ve been seriously consodering getting npse hair removal laser thing.

338 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/28(土) 21:11:48.71 ID:oDJ/53V60.net
>>334
You can get tons of comments if you post negative comments like “Fuck Whites!!! They are all racists” or something.

You’re welcome.

339 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2019/09/29(日) 07:45:19.21 ID:NKKFGDDRl
I started going to English school. The classmates seem nice, but the teacher...
I don't think the teacher likes teaching at all. He doesn't smile, he doesn't even look at the students, he seems he doesn't give a damn about anything that's happening in his class.

340 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 09:41:40.27 ID:rjtWFAeHa.net
>>338
no thank you.
i don't want any disagreement or hatred on funny websites.

341 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 11:43:15.31 ID:hPGLl9Pi0.net
I always browse in English on YouTube or wherever in terms of protecting my soul from ugly insulating, ignorance and racial stereotypes.
It is much more safe when you see the online world in another language. you see how ungly it is in Japanese, like someone above said in this Japanese thread, f*** whites which was really disturbing.

342 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 13:07:11.54 ID:AiAWkHvCdNIKU.net
He is just a troll. I'm surprised yall always kind to him.

343 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 13:16:50.10 ID:hPGLl9Pi0NIKU.net
>>342
We all know that, but what is the matter if it is a troll or not? ugly is ugly.
I just don't want anyone to use those words.

344 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 13:37:16.02 ID:fyHP26yddNIKU.net
Being kind to troll. He keeps saying those words.

345 :外人(カナダ) :2019/09/29(日) 17:15:54.04 ID:Rk3ZINPV0NIKU.net
>>343
All cultures whose language isn't widespread is pretty insular. English, French, and German are all pretty PC in terms of racism and political speach.
German for a seperate reason. English and french are lingua francas of the world, so there's quite a bit of cultural exchange. German on the other hand is more because of the guilt of WWII still being felt by a majority of people to this date.

However, seeing how insular a particular culture is can be pretty eye opening too, so give and take I guess.
Allows someone to see what the zeitgeist of a culture can be. What someone from that culture may think subconciously and what their biases may be.

That's one of the reasons I want to learn Japanese.
And because I'm a filthy weeb who wants to watch anime without subs and to understand cultural references.

346 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 18:15:58.16 ID:myfLTvWOMNIKU.net
>>331
抹茶 is very nice in icecream.

347 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 18:16:40.53 ID:myfLTvWOMNIKU.net
>>336
What do you mean?

348 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 19:17:47.41 ID:+uukzgTB0NIKU.net
>>345
You should rename your name from 外人 to 害人.

349 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 19:25:34.95 ID:y0M4l4/n0NIKU.net
I can’t believe there are so many despicable kind of chauvinists lurking in here.

350 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 20:05:45.86 ID:I1WMAPVcdNIKU.net
>>349
There is only one person. But he has many ID.

October is coming soon. I can go out. 6month ago, I went to Moomin valley park. But it was a small park.


Btw I eat pumpkin cream pie in this season every year.

351 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 20:20:23.80 ID:GELKwLvwdNIKU.net
>>345
Learning foreign language is good. You can watch foreign youtube. And travel abroad will be more fun.

352 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 22:57:51.65 ID:BYaLmkWY0NIKU.net
>>341
Whether you see offensive things or not on Youtube depends on the content and luck.
It does not depend on the language, as offensive English videos and posts do exist there.

5ch is the underground site of Japan, so it's par for the course that you see lots of foul posts here (or on any other nerdy sites).
If you go to English underground/nerdy sites, you will see lots of foul posts likewise. (Even on sites like reddit.)

Also the language of this thread is English and not Japanese, and what you wrote doesn't make sense.

Personally I find morons talking illogical nonsense like yours a lot more irritating than the erratic Korean troll of this thread.

353 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 23:05:30.22 ID:+uukzgTB0NIKU.net
I agree. The korean are all annoying.

354 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/29(日) 23:35:03.10 ID:y0M4l4/n0NIKU.net
>>352
Why did you have to put >>341 down in the last? At least he/she wasn’t being spiteful to you.

355 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 00:06:51.23 ID:8bivjB4m0.net
The last sentence you are refering to is the answer. What's with all these illiterate morons in this thread?

356 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 00:20:01.24 ID:k0nWG6Rc0.net
Why can’t we write an natural sentence even if we have pretty much time to look up some words in dictionary or on the internet that we’re not sure whether it’s natural expression or not?
For example, I now and then run into an authentic expression when I read some sentences on YouTube but I can hardly find like that ones including mine.

357 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 00:36:17.23 ID:lUPLy/E20.net
>>355
As far as I know, having one clearer answer than someone on just one topic is not justification enough for a decent human to haul denigrating words at him/her.
That’s sort of a moronic social ineptitude, but it does not make sense if you profess to be a smarter individual.
You surely have another legitimate reason why you did that. I beg you to enlighten me with your wisdom, pretty please!

358 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 00:48:35.58 ID:jrRRCV4yd.net
>>346
Macha is good on everything like cake, chocolate, icecream.


What I like the most are tropical flavor like coconut, mango, guava.

359 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 00:55:12.55 ID:jrRRCV4yd.net
I'm very weak. I want to be strong. I've watched models youtubes. They all eat super food as acai, chia seed, kinoa. I want to have them. But they are expensive.

I heard that Japanese traditional food like miso and tofu are also super food. I will try them.

360 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 00:57:43.71 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
>>359
Don’t be fooled. Those “super food” are not that good. Just drink protein shake!

361 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 00:58:15.08 ID:lUPLy/E20.net
>>359
What kind of body shape is your goal?
By “models” did you mean fashion models, or fitness models?

362 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 01:08:29.42 ID:jrRRCV4yd.net
>>361
I want flat belly. I've watched *what I eat in a day as a fashion model* I want to be slender but stay healthy.

363 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 01:10:23.56 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
Those videos are overly exaggerated...

364 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 01:21:08.49 ID:lUPLy/E20.net
>>362
I see. Those foods you call “super foods” do look colorful and motivating, but in my opinion they don’t seem far better than “normal” foods.
Taking appropriate amount of protein, fat, vitamins is more important than picking up “super foods.”
By the way, tofu is a good source of protein.

365 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 01:31:45.91 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
Tofu is a veggie protein... take animal protein...

366 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 01:38:22.28 ID:lUPLy/E20.net
Yes, you should make sure you take both of them.

367 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 01:42:00.41 ID:J8WIsP8Ad.net
>>364
Yes. I'm chubby due to sweets. Maybe I don't need to get super food. What I have to is avoid sugar. I'll eat normal food.

>>365
I didn't know there are 2types of protein. I will check out details.

368 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 02:21:18.14 ID:lUPLy/E20.net
>>367
You may be aware of this, but don’t forget to build your muscles!
Those models look cute and slender, but they do intense workouts.

369 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 02:59:08.39 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
A lot of Japanese girls think being skinny is beautiful. When will they wake up and see the reality?

Just being skinny is not beautiful at all. Go to gym and work out hard and get a nice ass!!!!

370 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 03:24:18.81 ID:lUPLy/E20.net
>>369
They aren’t trying to look good to men in the first place.

371 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 03:29:57.84 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
Japanese girls’ boobs are ass are flat as a pancake!
They should get braces too instead of buying expensive bags...

372 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 03:33:34.62 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
Also they should shave or at least cut down on the amounts of pubic hair... they are wild like a jungle.

373 :外人(カナダ) :2019/09/30(月) 14:12:40.08 ID:1MrZwMMI0.net
>>350
How bout no, ya crazy japanese bastard.

Just changin topics, anyone here watched the Austin Powers trilogy? What did ya think about it?

374 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 14:55:50.82 ID:yj4PsTr/6.net
Jap girl's legs are short and shick

375 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 16:25:49.53 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
>>374
Those are called “大根” legs.

376 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 16:42:05.41 ID:eH0od+92d.net
>>368
Yes, I want to like AYA.

377 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 16:48:36.80 ID:uIl5+xW8d.net
↑wanna be

378 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 17:05:41.03 ID:kGfCIFiHd.net
>>356
You can imitate phrases of native speakers in 4channel.

379 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 19:44:14.95 ID:SO3sF7GZH.net
>>374
Hello pig.

380 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 19:47:33.59 ID:SO3sF7GZH.net
>>369
They are freak out !
That's no good to complain about.

381 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 20:17:08.95 ID:k0nWG6Rc0.net
Y’all, how are ya?
I’m gonna hit the book from now on.
Whaddya do anything guys?

382 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 20:32:54.09 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
I want BBC.

383 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 20:35:29.40 ID:h2c17GIga.net
i just watched an official trailer video of a movie "knock knock" on youtube.
it stars keanu reeves and two hot girls and the trailer looked so good a suspenseful thriller
that i felt like watching it.
but there're a lot of criticism comment and that baffled me.

384 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 21:23:33.71 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
Last week I disposed of all DVDs and CDs I had accumulated over the past 20 years. No one owns them in today’s society.

385 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 22:09:31.72 ID:edEeKF+3d.net
It sounds like Kon Mari. She lives in the U.S.

386 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 22:14:09.13 ID:Y06rEUde0.net
Yas. I konmaried every so often to make my room organised.

387 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 22:39:09.00 ID:T1QewnEc0.net
なんかやっぱりネイティヴの英語とは全然違うんだななんでだろう

388 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/09/30(月) 22:40:14.70 ID:T1QewnEc0.net
なんかめちゃくちゃ説明過多な作文って感じがする

389 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 00:16:26.19 ID:Ct5hmU1td.net
I was surprised Konmari's success. My image of American people are living in clean neat room.

390 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 00:22:25.29 ID:JMnXVhrM0.net
No. Watch and learn.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TSaxn0a1Cbk

391 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 00:46:30.86 ID:H8yvb99Za.net
flashlights attached at the front of bicycles cast so bright lights
that they almost always dazzle me.

392 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 00:47:48.50 ID:LvrBHQbvd.net
It's mental disease. I couldn't watch it. Because I read comment section first.

393 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 03:48:35.58 ID:JMnXVhrM0.net
I just don’t want to work. Maybe I should become a Youtuber and make tons of money.

I like eating and I’m pretty good at cooking so maybe I’ll post cooking videos.

394 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 10:08:47.37 ID:CKmz80Pld.net
A youtuber said I got one cent per one third of view numbers 1 month ago. That is good income.

395 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 14:30:19.15 ID:8RFBAU+N6.net
I also wanna be a NEET
I envy the NEET whose parents are kind and rich

396 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 15:17:58.31 ID:zf1ojHkQd.net
I want to work at Uber eats. But I don't have a drivers license.

397 :外人(カナダ) :2019/10/01(火) 15:25:09.60 ID:EczeogAX0.net
>>397
I sympathize with ya. I really do.
But being a NEET and slowly waisting away just feels like waisted potential.

If it ever gets to a breaking point, you could always turn into a 蒸発人 and make a new life for yourself.

The world is your oyster. But how you will reap this oyster is up to you.

398 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 15:28:58.11 ID:M1BwaWVUd.net
>>395
Why don't you trying to be a rich not NEET lmao
If you so, you literally can do like NEET by your money and that's so cool tho :)

399 :外人(カナダ) :2019/10/01(火) 15:29:58.88 ID:EczeogAX0.net
>>398
It isn't worth it. Trust me.

Here in Canada, a driver's car can be no older then 10 years, and income is NOT stable at all.
You'd have a better time becoming a FedEx guy or do pizza delivery.

Also, get a license.
I got mine at 16, and the freedom is amazing. Although I had 5 minor accidents in the first 2 years of driving.
Not great on insurance at all.

400 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 15:33:24.52 ID:JMnXVhrM0.net
Having a car is expensive in Japan. You have to pay so many taxes. Also the gas is more expensive.

The young people are choosing not to have own car recently.

401 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 15:58:28.34 ID:/O7whVIra.net
>>400
i can understand that the sharing economy has been rapidly developing in japan.

402 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 16:02:53.35 ID:/O7whVIra.net
i began to buy canned food to prepare unexpected natural disasters.
i think it's a bit late to do it but not too late.
i am also thinking about storing mineral water in plastic bottle.

403 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 16:18:24.05 ID:JMnXVhrM0.net
>>402
Why are you thinking that? If big earthquake and tsumani happen in my area, I will give up my life and let me go.

404 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 16:28:21.98 ID:Gc9ICNrId.net
>>399
>>400
I didn't know bad side of having drivers license.

>>403
I thought the same thing hahaha.

405 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 16:40:45.08 ID:/O7whVIra.net
>>403
i want to survive by any means at least until my parents pass away.
that's the reason for that.

406 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 17:28:49.98 ID:P4faoHKcd.net
>>387
>>388
You can't even write in English can you.

>>405
That's good. I will buy some dry fruits and dry breads.

407 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 19:07:59.65 ID:fWIAgwEaM.net
Omg. I’m at the gym rn. Someone is freaking stinky like there is no tomorrow.

I’m gonna find out who is the culprit!!!!!

408 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 19:15:34.24 ID:fWIAgwEaM.net
I think all stinky people should be stoned to death with stinky gaijins.

409 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 19:33:47.87 ID:458Qv2brd.net
I bought QBB truffle cheese. It was 90yen. It tasted five star restaurant.

410 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 19:40:21.92 ID:fWIAgwEaM.net
I recommend black pepper one!

411 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 20:00:39.08 ID:/O7whVIra.net
i like qbb as they offer a variety of cheese products.
the size of cheese is small which is good to me.

412 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 20:03:17.10 ID:fWIAgwEaM.net
Why? The bigger the better. Wait, are you debu?

413 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/01(火) 21:55:10.54 ID:6zGX8dEY0.net
Where's mine?I'm seeking it.
You don't get to know about this with me.

414 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 00:07:57.46 ID:TecrZbuy0.net
>>329
i know a person who liked to drink sweet green tea.

415 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 00:09:56.82 ID:TecrZbuy0.net
the person whom i wrote likes cold sweet green tea was from singapole

416 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 02:22:37.29 ID:hPs/GNTgd.net
I've been to Singapore once. I bought Indian sweets called pearl koba for souvenir. I like it a lot.

417 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 02:55:30.35 ID:lkNPRUFq0.net
>>414
I don’t like it. When I went to Hawaii, I got a canned green tea. It was sweetened! I was like wtfff?!

418 :外人(カナダ) :2019/10/02(水) 03:01:04.51 ID:KSEZDzymH.net
>>410
Sheesh.
Some guys just can't help with B.O. I shower almost every day and use Irish Spring deoderant.
If it's bothering you that much, try to ignore it. You'll become nose blind to it.

>>417
Usually the teas in the US and even in Canada are sweatened.
I actually like green tea lattes from time to time.

419 :外人(カナダ) :2019/10/02(水) 03:01:57.26 ID:KSEZDzymH.net
Also sorry for the constantly changing post ID. Always on different networks.
At least you can tell this foreigner fuck from everyone else.

420 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 03:15:18.90 ID:lkNPRUFq0.net
Speaking of Canada, I wonder what happended to Canadajin3. I haven’t checked her for a few years. Well, I honestly don’t want to know

421 :外人(カナダ) :2019/10/02(水) 07:04:43.93 ID:aNoA4/V60.net
>>420
There's 3 othere? Neat.

422 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 07:40:46.14 ID:J45YtyRJa.net
>>412
i'm talking about their products in terms of user friendliness.
if each piece is small, it's easier to eat.
my bmi value is about 21-22.
i think that it clearly shows i'm not debu.

423 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 09:48:55.28 ID:i5xgDu95d.net
>>420
She left. Because you wrote you don't like white people.

424 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 14:32:56.44 ID:lkNPRUFq0.net
Ok. It seems like her channel is dying and she is a Muslim now? Wtf

425 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 19:33:34.87 ID:lkNPRUFq0.net
The consumption tax is 10% now. I can’t buy anything except food.

426 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 19:36:47.65 ID:lkNPRUFq0.net
Ugh fuck all retarded politicians

427 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 20:10:49.82 ID:J45YtyRJa.net
i've got a postcard from the police.
it is an advance notice for renewal of my driving license card.
it asks me to prepare 2 kinds of 4 digit password numbers to complete the procedure,
but i don't know why.
i can't remember me using such numbers when driving a car.

428 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 20:24:37.70 ID:4d0m6N/+0.net
https://www.dallasobserver.com/music/is-babymetal-the-future-of-heavy-metal-11764339
This article says it only takes 4 minutes to read. But actually it takes 20 minutes for me, and I referred to the dictionary for 60 times...

429 :外人(カナダ) :2019/10/02(水) 22:42:31.09 ID:zpstyaZnH.net
>>428
It's a 4 minute read for native speakers.

430 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 22:50:15.79 ID:o9YdQox70.net
I think Abe is actually mildly retarded.

431 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 23:22:42.19 ID:lkNPRUFq0.net
He lies all the time.

432 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/02(水) 23:32:33.27 ID:4jOab79U0.net
My English is considered to be great as I passed Eiken Grade 1, which is an
English test that measures English proficiency and is known only in Japan diffirent
from other English tests like TOEFL, TOEIC and ILETS.

And it took 10 minutes to read the article about the Babymetal and I looked up
words on online dictionary a few times. I think I understand the article 80% or so. That's
partly because of my lack of English proficiency and partly because I'm not
familiar with the Metal thingy. I have to admit I have lost the passion to improve my
English any more so I don't care if my English doesn't show any sign of improvement.

One thing is for sure. Whatever foreign language you start learning, the farther
you go, the harder you find it to recognize your improvement. And it's almost
impossible to reach the native speakers' levels as long as you aren't either grown up
in a bilingual family or raised in a foreign country where your target language is
spoken. C'est la vie.

433 :Urban Predator :2019/10/03(木) 00:13:06.71 ID:/nTTF1hb0.net
The season 9 of The Walking Dead has been added to Amazon Prime Video.
It's been a while since I watched the 8th season, and I'm having bit of a trouble
remembering the plot, who is who, what role they played in the previous seasons.
You should watch this type of long TV shows without too much intervals if possible.

434 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/03(木) 00:44:35.67 ID:T1Gw3oHA0.net
Walking dead is so lame...

435 :Urban Predator :2019/10/03(木) 01:03:35.12 ID:/nTTF1hb0.net
>>434
You're screwing with the wrong people!

436 :Urban Predator :2019/10/03(木) 01:09:57.42 ID:/nTTF1hb0.net
A chicken crisp is now 110 yen at McDonald's.
Even a regular hamburger is also 110 yen.
They can't use the name '100 yen Mc' for their burgers anymore.
Luckily, a cup of coffee, small, is still 100 yen.

437 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/03(木) 01:32:53.34 ID:T1Gw3oHA0.net
I’m more like Game of Throne person.

438 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/03(木) 01:59:40.14 ID:OZVhbuked.net
Idk this English is correct or not but Kentucky fried chicken is now on sale. I'll go get them.

439 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/03(木) 14:04:43.49 ID:FsxaopXS6.net
I think there is no meaning to take eiken, toeic, toifl, etc...

440 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/03(木) 21:28:01.81 ID:T1Gw3oHA0.net
I wanna make tons of money by teaching how to pass 英検 tests for junior and high schoolers.

441 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 00:40:44.07 ID:7DpXOi58a.net
i have heard a lot of people say "24" or "prison break" or "game of thrones" is worth watching.
strangely, i feel reluctant to watch tv drama series.
i guess it is partly because no less than 6 or 7 or 8 series have already been produced.

442 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 01:00:13.01 ID:DuBPWms+0.net
You are totally missing out. I like prison break, lost, game of the thrones, breaking bad etc etc

443 :Urban Predator :2019/10/04(金) 01:18:33.16 ID:xEXj2W8V0.net
>>441
I know how you feel. There are too many episodes to watch.
But once you get used to it, you get hooked and can't stop watching it.
That's how it was for me when I first watched '24' series.

444 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 05:04:42.96 ID:VEBUlcgSd.net
I don't know about Baby Metal at all. I watched youtube video called pa pa ya. It was like a Metallica's song. I forgot what it called.

445 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 05:17:55.68 ID:DuBPWms+0.net
I can’t sleep.

446 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 06:04:20.73 ID:C/L/j+OWd.net
I couldn't falling asleep. Good morning.

447 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 06:06:18.77 ID:DuBPWms+0.net
Morning(・ω・)ノ

448 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 06:19:26.25 ID:xHsqp3GLd.net
(・ω・)ノ

449 :Urban Predator :2019/10/04(金) 08:45:49.08 ID:xEXj2W8V0.net
>>444
I don't like the new member. No one can replace Yui chan!

450 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 10:01:32.93 ID:WOHGz55X0.net
drowsy morning huh

451 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 15:20:34.00 ID:R+3VWaz00.net
>>448
Yes, no one can replace her.
But they're changing to Babymetal 2.0.

452 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 19:27:15.71 ID:DuBPWms+0.net
I went to the library today because I don’t work right now.
I was wearing a short pant and t-shirt and flip-flop and realised that I was the one who was wearing summer clothes... also the study room in the library was so cold... I couldn’t be there for 30 minutes....

I think I need to do 衣替え or something...

453 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 19:35:35.62 ID:OhArA/s2a.net
You felt cold because of the air conditioner IN THE LIBRARY but you need to put away the summer clothes and take out winter clothes? lol

454 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 19:42:05.38 ID:DuBPWms+0.net
Yas. I think so. It’s October already! But I won’t put away my electronic fan yet.

455 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 21:41:23.62 ID:LZ5HxfGZd.net
>>443
I was a slave of drama too.

I saw a dog in my dream. He was small fat fluffy white with brown dots.

456 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/04(金) 23:58:05.53 ID:amAkAYQFa.net
robert de niro was sued for 12 million dollars(!) by his former assistant.
i feel the amount she claimed is ridiculous, considering the reason for filing the lawsuit...

457 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 00:35:04.84 ID:IeknEY0Va.net
Acting as a "proper" grown-up is sometimes a nuisance.
Paricularly so, when you are required to welcome some relatives or friends of a family member who you are not familiar with.
Even if you are an extreme introvert, you are expected to perform as it should be.
That is why I rarely visit my parents' house.
There is no such thing as "home" to me.

458 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 01:10:16.70 ID:nzhzkURr0.net
I know what you mean.

By the way, do you guys like noodles? What kind of noodles do you like?

459 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 03:30:25.28 ID:lwiyN6fOd.net
I like soy source noodle. Maybe this English isn't correct though.

460 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 03:43:34.96 ID:nzhzkURr0.net
You mean ramen?

461 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 04:24:12.61 ID:mHWQVwt/d.net
Yes. I found out soy source noodle is Chinese stir fried noodle. What I wanted to say was ramen.

462 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 04:29:49.80 ID:nzhzkURr0.net
Ramen > Pasta > Udon > Somen > Yakisoba > Soba

This is my order.

463 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 14:41:01.78 ID:neiA5Euwa.net
Japanese Ramen is probably the kind of noodles.
A Vietnamese-style noodle dish called pho may be a close rival.
A distant third would be some Thai-style noodle dish or Italian pasta variety.
The other noodle dishes in other countries are effectively rubbish(Brt Eng).

464 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 18:29:07.17 ID:HaIBO0+6a.net
i went to a local supermarket a while ago.
it was crowded with shoppers.
paypay seemed to be very popular but to my eyes,
it just took more time for the staffs to do their jobs at the cashiers than before.

465 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 19:28:37.33 ID:Se29YXgJx.net
Age

466 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 19:36:12.59 ID:snQ001oUa.net
I went to the supermarket recently.
It was crowded with a lot of shoppers.
Although PayPay, a mobile payment service, is all the rage, I saw it take more time for cashiers at the store to handle payments via the app than otherwise.

467 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 20:32:16.40 ID:HaIBO0+6a.net
thank you for checking and correcting the english sentences i composed.

468 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 21:01:19.28 ID:nzhzkURr0.net
I use paypay, linepay, Merupay, Takuten pay

469 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 21:41:42.46 ID:Y7/h8c2F0.net
Placing somen above soba and yakisoba is weird. Somen is like cheap/light stuff that is only good for summer.
Pasta is my favorite noodle, hands down.

470 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 21:49:09.35 ID:Y7/h8c2F0.net
There is also this stuff called kata-yakisoba or sara-udon which I really like as much as pasta.

471 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 21:55:13.18 ID:nzhzkURr0.net
>>469
You don’t know the potential somen has... Somen is super noodles. Somen can be Japanese dish and somen can be western.

Somen are versatile super food.

472 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 21:58:05.61 ID:Y7/h8c2F0.net
What is the somen you like then?

473 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 22:01:40.85 ID:nzhzkURr0.net
I like the regular somen with tons of 薬味.

But I like this kind of somen too.
https://i.imgur.com/mTdT0dV.jpg

474 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 22:17:36.81 ID:nzhzkURr0.net
Omg. This looks divine!

https://i.imgur.com/ZPKGYVF.jpg

475 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 22:57:22.04 ID:Y7/h8c2F0.net
That just looks like a bowl of somen with diced tomatoes, and the latter somen with hiyashi shabushabu.
I think it's just the hiyashi shabushabu-like stuff that is tasty and not much to do with the somen in the bowl.
Somen in my opinion has the worst texture among noodles, and I don't think anything you put on it would change my opinion on that.

476 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 23:04:12.96 ID:Y7/h8c2F0.net
Also I don't like cold oily stuff in general, and the somen immersed in the cold oily soup looks a bit gross to me.
I don't like the idea of slurping the cold oily somen. Are you sure that's not ramen?

477 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 23:20:36.13 ID:Dpogna4td.net
Somen soup doesn't have oil. It's soy source and broth.

478 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 23:23:24.65 ID:nzhzkURr0.net
>>475
(`・ω・´)

479 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/05(土) 23:51:32.86 ID:b8IDIyucd.net
Cold oily noodle is capellini.

480 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 03:28:12.33 ID:eRFGWG+j0.net
Seriously?!
https://i.imgur.com/D19UKXA.jpg

481 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 04:14:33.07 ID:X5EGa2BAd.net
I like seaurchin cream pasta. But I don't have money. So I eat spaghetti with ketchup.

482 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 05:17:55.07 ID:eRFGWG+j0.net
That sounds like ナポリタン. I like peperoncino and vòngole. Sometimes I eat basil spagetti.

483 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 09:13:13.27 ID:X9Enpmb8a.net
>>468
your everyday life is full of cashless payment services.
you can properly use all of them on a case by case basis?

484 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 09:25:49.52 ID:X9Enpmb8a.net
i've seen many favorable comments on the internet for the film "joker".
i once thought about going to the theater but i gave it a second thought.
it is because joker, he is a main heel of "batman" series
and i can't fully enjoy or understand the content of the film without seeing "batman" first.

485 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 18:29:53.42 ID:iVDN2c1Ua.net
Those who are keen to immerse themselves in English are somehow predominantly female.
It is maybe because those Japanese women love western culture or Japanese men are inward-looking.
Even so, the female proportion is insanely high.
At the professional level, though, the most capable of using English are men, Hahaha

486 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 19:13:35.94 ID:FGzal65md.net
Are there Napolitan spaghetti in Italy?

487 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 19:32:11.36 ID:X9Enpmb8a.net
iOS installed in my iphone touch was updated yesterday.
And the interfaces of some apps were changed greatly so that
i had a difficulty in using them than before.
i prefer the previous interfaces.

488 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 19:46:43.11 ID:X9Enpmb8a.net
nails of my hands grow so quickly.
i have to clip them very often and it bothers me.

489 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 19:51:31.85 ID:eRFGWG+j0.net
Last week I witness this guy clipping his nails on the 新幹線. I was disgusted. How can people do that in public areas?

490 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 21:29:36.58 ID:X9Enpmb8a.net
i remember some ladies applied lipsticks or put on cosmetic powders beside me on train.
i guess clipped nails might bounce with snapped sounds and hit people sitting around.

491 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 21:45:16.94 ID:wzJDOTVod.net
I assume he didn't eat somen in proper way. It's not soup. You shouldn't drink it all.It's same as pouring small portion over the noodle.

492 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 21:57:48.32 ID:wzJDOTVod.net
When I was a child. Icecream of shinkansen was too hard. I couldn't bite because of its too frozen. It was good memory.

493 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 22:08:24.71 ID:wzJDOTVod.net
When I buy NY style cheese cake. I can't wait to melt. I don't have microwave. So I eat frozen cheese cake.

494 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 22:58:37.05 ID:eRFGWG+j0.net
I’m going to make pasta later.

495 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 23:29:15.85 ID:7t3ezjaw0.net
>>491
Are you talking about me?
Isn't it obvious from the flow of the posts that I was talking about the thing in >>474? (which I still don't know if it's actually somen)

496 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/06(日) 23:39:24.76 ID:7t3ezjaw0.net
The illiteracy level of this thread is abnormal, and it's tiring.

497 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 00:52:12.13 ID:+wIyhQk20.net
I ended up making an instant noodles. It was ok.

498 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 01:35:24.37 ID:R7jyTs0ka.net
i quit drinking canned coffee yesterday.
i felt afraid of the amount of sugar and caffeine i take everyday.
i don't know how long i can continue with this but i will try my best.

499 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 02:08:57.29 ID:lwhzKiTjd.net
>>496
(*´・ω・)ノ
I'm sorry to disturb you.

500 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 02:58:33.88 ID:+wIyhQk20.net
>>498
Why don’t we just give up our lives and let it be?

I want to die of some kind of stroke or something. It is a probably easy death if I die instantly, of course.

501 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 03:48:22.08 ID:+wIyhQk20.net
I don’t mind if eveyone in this world die together right now.

502 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 04:06:14.44 ID:+wIyhQk20.net
Now get to work bitch!!!!

503 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 21:13:54.87 ID:+wIyhQk20.net
I’m going to 王将 tomorrow. I’m excited.

504 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 22:26:47.93 ID:V2H7Nruh0.net
I want Greta Thunberg to fight for the protection of unagi in Japan.

505 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 23:03:29.72 ID:17Lh4kL1a.net
a bottom right tooth ached and i made an appointment with a dentist wednesday.
the tooth should've been taken care of and cured about 10 yrs ago.
i can't understand why it began to torture me all over again.

506 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 23:13:39.16 ID:17Lh4kL1a.net
forever21, fast fashion chain store, seems to be retreating from the japanese market in october.
but they would come to japan again in future like ikea if they successfully revive.

507 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 23:18:29.00 ID:HoapaczTa.net
Japanese firmly believe they have relatively good English reading proficiency but lose command of the language when it comes to speaking or writing.
The truth is, though, that Japanese completely lacks any command of the language in every aspect.
They can not read English well, let alone speak or write.
The fundamental problem here lies in the inadequacy of the amount of English these poor Japanese have soaked up so far in their life.

508 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/07(月) 23:56:10.25 ID:+wIyhQk20.net
True dat true dat

509 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/08(火) 14:38:54.72 ID:KvsO7tho0.net
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the hottest guy off them all?!

510 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/08(火) 19:04:34.14 ID:kQ3Aw+3Ba.net
I can't apart from gay and guy by sound.

511 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/08(火) 20:08:46.40 ID:clV9qe/ta.net
i have just finished reading the latest volume of comic book "hinamatsuri".
it's fun.

512 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/08(火) 20:13:35.35 ID:clV9qe/ta.net
some areas in chiba prefecture must be still suffering from the aftermath of the strong typhoon no.15.
another horribly strong typhoon no.19 is closing in on chiba.

513 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/08(火) 21:20:09.05 ID:KvsO7tho0.net
I just made onigiri balls. The topping is pickled plum which typical gaijins hate, apparently.

514 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 01:37:58.72 ID:zmN648aD0.net
I don’t have money. If I were a jk, I would love to do パパ活.

515 :外人(カナダ) :2019/10/09(水) 06:26:32.59 ID:dKckKL2ZH.net
>>515
Eh, we just don't have any pickled plumbs in local supermarkets.
Would deffinately want to try them if I had the chance!

516 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 18:27:12.62 ID:KKCF11bqa.net
a girl once suggested that i try to do レンタルパパ (rental dad).
she said i appear to be suitable for playing a role of dad.
she also recommended パパ活 then but i didn't ask her what the パパ活 is.

517 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 18:34:22.08 ID:KKCF11bqa.net
i went see a dentist.
he said there's nothing wrong with my teeth after he took the x-ray.
then what causes this pain......

518 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 20:01:18.53 ID:JpRG78D/M.net
You are dying...

519 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 22:08:19.21 ID:KHfLcHxGa.net
I’ve never got a cavity. It’s a low key happy, isn’t it?🤣

520 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 22:13:53.19 ID:zmN648aD0.net
I’m lowkey jealous.

521 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 22:17:41.37 ID:zmN648aD0.net
>>515
You can make Umeboshi if you have plums. My grandma would make it for us.

Gaijins never can appeciate the deliciousness of umeboshi.

522 :外人(カナダ) :2019/10/09(水) 22:21:14.79 ID:gvk3U8oP0.net
>>521
That's pretty assumptious.
I'd bet 10k I'd actually like it.

523 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 22:26:41.09 ID:zmN648aD0.net
There are tons of different types of umeboshi out there. What kind of umeboshi do you like?

I like the shiso one. I’m absolutely against the honey umeboshi. That’s NOT umeboshi.

524 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/09(水) 23:03:19.67 ID:KHfLcHxGa.net
I’m sorry I’m not on your side cause I like a sort of HONEY umeboshi.
Why on earth you don’t accept it?
It was fad but still now some love it like me.😩

525 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/10(木) 01:31:22.72 ID:OiUNK8Om0.net
No. The honey umeboshi is a fake like 丸亀 udon noodles. They are rebellious ones.

526 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/10(木) 12:58:45.96 ID:Hywc1qMnM1010.net
142 名盤さん 2019/08/17
多分ノルウェイの森とかは年代別に流行った訳を並べると

公式が誤訳
→パクリ系が意味不明な部分をアレコレ(誤訳した日本語準拠で)解釈
 →解釈やりすぎてもはや全文想像みたいな人達が出現し始める
  →「森じゃなくて木材」って言われて正気に戻る

みたいな流れが見えてくると思う

246 名盤さん 2019/10/04
簡単に言うと一部の人が勘違いをしている程度のレベルではなくて、
80年代とか90年代あたりに洋楽業界全体が「痛い妄想系厨二病」みたいな状態だった時期があるわけよ
142の流れの2段目とか3段目の、分からない部分に妄想をマシマシで盛り付けた物を「意訳」と呼んじゃってたわけ
英語学習や翻訳業界の常識ならそんなもの訳とは呼ばないのに、洋楽業界だけカン違いして暴走していた
流石に最近は洗脳が解けてる人が多いんだけど、まだ「訳に想像やオリジナル要素を入れてもいい」と思ってる人もいるんだよ

527 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/10(木) 19:28:17.51 ID:3xGkpfEZa1010.net
I always buy umeboshi at business supermarket

528 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/10(木) 19:29:40.99 ID:OiUNK8Om01010.net
Listen!

My fucking neighbour just came to my home and the BBA complained about a small shovel in my garden and she demands that I should put it away because the typhoon is approaching.
She claims that it’s very dangeous because it’ll fly in the air and hit someone or cause damages to the neighbours’ houses.

I was like seriously? YOU SHOULD GET INTO A NURSING CARE FACILITY RIGHT NOW!!!!!!

This is why this annoying old BBA is hated by all neighbours. Fuck bitch.

529 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/10(木) 19:34:25.41 ID:OiUNK8Om01010.net
What about her? There are tons of garbages around her house. BITCH

530 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/10(木) 19:41:11.00 ID:OiUNK8Om01010.net
>>527
You mean 業務スーパー?

531 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 07:37:04.51 ID:T/gvfdbh0.net
>>530
yes

532 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 08:39:15.68 ID:s2Pzbx/H0.net
I don't know about a tiny garden shovel,
but when I was in developing countries,
people were scared of going outside in a tempestuous storm.
You might get injured or even get killed by flying tin roofs.

533 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 08:41:20.68 ID:s2Pzbx/H0.net
these two guys look alike. lol

https://imgur.com/r/The_Mueller/NnapQ49

534 ::2019/10/11(Fri) 19:29:13 ID:HHtTmMHB0.net
The typoon is coming. Hopefully, that BBA will be dead in the storm.

535 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 20:11:40.28 ID:HHtTmMHB0.net
I just sent my resume and hopefully I’ll get an interview. Fingers crossed! xx

536 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 20:20:45.33 ID:xdPhahTG0.net
Hello! I am a native English speaker. I will demonstrate.
"I am a pen."
See? Perfect English.

537 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 21:03:35.94 ID:YJVDqPeUd.net
>>536
Wow, native speaker's English is different with us.

538 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 21:19:13.63 ID:ZIgFSXBSa.net
I have a peeeeeen.
I have an appleeeeee.
Uuuughhhh

539 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 21:52:02.27 ID:Bzy8+DKjd.net
>>538
Is your name Hagibis?

540 ::2019/10/11(Fri) 23:26:52 ID:UXm2Y9Xha.net
when i walk around inside some shop i tend to take pictures of something if i find it funny or interesting.
but basically taking pictures shouldn't be allowed there for a security purpose.
or the store may ask politely shoppers to refrain from doing it.
now i feel i should be more aware of it and act in an appropriate way.

541 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/11(金) 23:46:46.20 ID:MsIhaUqod.net
>>540
Are you instagramer?

542 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 00:04:49 ID:PIJP5zUX0.net
>>536
I'm being OCD right now, but "typoon" is actually written as "typhoon."
The ph make an 'f' sound. As it was originally written I thought "ty-poon".

543 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/12(土) 00:31:02.89 ID:2H8j+EscM.net
I found this cool video. Yas, boy! Beat that fat ass bitch!!!!!! Karma is a bitch!!!!!

https://mobile.twitter.com/itsthefightzone/status/1181619942946492416
(deleted an unsolicited ad)

544 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 01:03:28 ID:Zwuodojwa.net
>>541
no but i am interested in instagram.

545 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 01:48:04 ID:R7gQk+IN0.net
>>540
Go to DAISO, the 100-yen shop, they encourage you to take pictures and share them on the internet.

546 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/12(土) 03:20:58.51 ID:tH9eLXfZ0.net
It’s so windy outside! Yayyyyy

547 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/12(土) 04:39:14.67 ID:3DKZ8lHFd.net
I'm just getting tired of being stuffed my home on weekend because of typhoon. LET ME GO OUT AND HAVE SOME FUN😠😠😠😠😠

548 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 07:05:47 ID:kvQVgi8J0.net
The event I wanted to go to today was canceled because of the typhoon.
It's no fun being an involuntary hikikomori.

549 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/12(土) 10:44:37.89 ID:mkC9g2UK0.net
here’s an information for tourists and those who currently live in Tokyo during the typhoon. Anytime you need help in the event of disasters,

Dial 050-3810-2787 . It's JNTO (Japan National Tourism Organization) available for 24 hours in English, Chinese and Korean languages, to ask for the government support.

Recommended Apps: Safety Tips Disaster Preparedness Tokyo App

Twitter:@JapanSafeTravel (JSTO)

Stay informed!

550 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 12:44:11 ID:A7Vp0g/Pa.net
i did a poo and the toilet flushed without trouble.
i hope we will not experience sudden cut of water supply or unexpected blackout.

551 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 12:47:13 ID:A7Vp0g/Pa.net
>>545
really!?

552 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 13:33:02 ID:S7GdGC8Ed.net
I would use rain water under emergency.

553 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 15:09:46 ID:tH9eLXfZ0.net
Ok. I just woke up.
Maybe I should go check the nearest river and sea because I am a kind of guy who is excited about seeing the raging sea during the typhoon!

554 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 979d-P4H7):2019/10/12(Sat) 15:37:57 ID:x8M/AhdU0.net
Here comes an evacuation call at Adachi ward!!
My room is on the ground floor.
To evacuate or not to evacuate....
I guess I'll sleep on it. haha

555 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 15:50:09 ID:kvQVgi8J0.net
>554
Because of flooding?

556 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 15:55:19 ID:tH9eLXfZ0.net
But honestly, it’s not that bad. I thought it was more powerful than this...

557 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/12(土) 16:15:00.51 ID:x8M/AhdU0.net
Even though the official altitude here is just above zero,
and I know how fragile the river dike of the Sumida river is,
it is really nothing at all
until the shit really hits the fan. la la la~~♪

558 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/12(土) 16:35:58.64 ID:tH9eLXfZ0.net
I just went to the nearest river and I got drenched!!!!

559 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/12(土) 16:40:04.03 ID:OzmAjFtEd.net
20years ago, I almost fly due to typhoon on the street. But today I can't even hear wind sound.

560 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 17:19:42 ID:tH9eLXfZ0.net
The typhoon makes me feel sexy... Is it just me?

561 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 17:24:53 ID:R7gQk+IN0.net
>>551
DAISO openly approves photographs inside store and why?
https://www.huffingtonpost.jp/2017/12/07/daiso_a_23299752/

562 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 18:02:38 ID:6Wdewnhld.net
Kawara is dangerous. There are lots of flat roof in Okinawa and Tohoku area. Tohoku is like that because of snow maybe. Residents in Chiba prefecture would be better change it.

563 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウエーT Sadf-o74w):2019/10/12(Sat) 18:44:31 ID:s/Fb2klya.net
>>560
How come?

564 :Urban Predator :2019/10/12(土) 19:34:30.87 ID:R7gQk+IN0.net
I went to a supermarket and found that all the bottled water had been sold out.

565 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 19:48:43 ID:tH9eLXfZ0.net
My annoying neigbour’s house is 浸水ed now! ザマァ!

566 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 20:23:49 ID:A7Vp0g/Pa.net
i think i will stay up late at night tonight, possibly all night.
a lot of emails have been sent to my mobile phone continuously
which makes me awake and be on a high alert.

567 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 20:26:55 ID:VWmHHO8d0.net
Your neighbor's house is flooded but your house is not?

568 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 979d-P4H7):2019/10/12(Sat) 20:50:26 ID:x8M/AhdU0.net
Mixture of English and Japanese looks ugly,
especially when the writer is simply too lazy to look up words.

569 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 21:13:27 ID:tH9eLXfZ0.net
It’s a pidgin English if you don’t know.

570 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 21:18:43 ID:Dky/SuHed.net
I'd never thought I see the word "piding English" here. You must studied linguistics before.

571 ::2019/10/12(Sat) 21:19:39 ID:tH9eLXfZ0.net
What? This is a pretty basic word/knowledge, me thinks.

572 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 7fe3-hhBE):2019/10/12(Sat) 21:55:54 ID:RVWG805V0.net
I hate English as a language but learning because useful. It is very rigid and boring like chinese language.

573 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/13(日) 02:47:45.33 ID:6kyPLFYt0.net
I’m kinda excited to find out the aftermaths of this typhoon tomorrow!

But I’m hoping you guys are safe!!!!!

574 ::2019/10/13(Sun) 13:05:52 ID:J8ed2nWua.net
i wonder if there are those who did nothing for the typhoon no.19 yesterday
even though he or she lives in the kanto region.

575 ::2019/10/13(Sun) 19:45:51 ID:kFh164WEd.net
I couldn't get vegetables and meats at the supermarket today. It will get back to normal tomorrow maybe.

576 ::2019/10/13(Sun) 19:57:13 ID:J8ed2nWua.net
today's morning paper was delivered to my house along with yesterday's evening paper
before i found them at around 5:30am this morning.
thank you all the delivery staffs.

577 ::2019/10/13(Sun) 20:00:11 ID:6kyPLFYt0.net
I’m watching rugby right now. So many hot hunks <3

578 ::2019/10/13(Sun) 20:34:31 ID:OzCBVND30.net
>572
How is English rigid? It has a very large vocabulary, you can verb nouns and
noun verbs, play with word order, etc.

579 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウエーT Sadf-Sgpv):2019/10/13(Sun) 20:36:28 ID:AgfEvOsla.net
I have found it extremely difficult to answer grammatical questions on Japanese language on a forum primarily dedicated to Anglophone learners of the language.
In fact, it's way easier to answer questions on English than those on my mother tongue.
This may sound weird, given most people blindly assume they are an expert of their first language.
The truth is, however, that you can relatively easily make your mark with your acquired foreign language, while struggling to do the same on your native language.
In my case, I am totally incapable of giving any effective advice on Japanese grammatical questions, eventually forced to raise the white flag.
As it turned out, Japanese native speakers, with no special training, have no arsenal of knowledge regarding grammar.
So what is the moral of this tale?
You should be better off learning English from a fellow Japanese teacher, rather than a native speaker.

580 ::2019/10/13(Sun) 21:17:33 ID:GzFyI7qj0.net
I wish all filthy politicians died in the typhoon.

581 ::2019/10/13(Sun) 21:34:26 ID:ELjXEQVFM.net
Somehow I remember this...

https://i.imgur.com/VFRXEyU.jpg

582 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウエーT Sadf-o74w):2019/10/13(Sun) 23:05:34 ID:ZzoRDezXa.net
>>577
Which guy is your favorite?

583 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/13(日) 23:38:45.09 ID:6kyPLFYt0.net
>>582
My fave is 姫野. He is so cute, bulky and young <3

584 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/13(日) 23:52:52.14 ID:ZzoRDezXa.net
Michael Leitch is a super handsome samurai too.
He looks like "Kurohige Kiki Ippatsu."

585 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/13(日) 23:57:15.80 ID:GzFyI7qj0.net
Abe is a super ugly retard. He looks and acts like a retarded dog.

586 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/14(月) 00:01:47.40 ID:8whKcvaQ0.net
>>584
He’s a happyly married man and has a daughter so I give up on him.
I like Kitade Katsuya too. So cute <3

587 ::2019/10/14(Mon) 00:03:31 ID:8whKcvaQ0.net
>>585
Yas. I agree.

588 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/14(月) 00:17:38.29 ID:8MDLkyhy0.net
>>581
That's one ugly picture of retarded dogs.

589 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/14(月) 00:24:17.06 ID:8MDLkyhy0.net
Greta Thunberg is a mentally ill 16 year old who is misguided by crooked adults.
Abe is like a 60 year old retard who is willingly obeying crooked adults. Fucking pathetic dog.

590 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/14(月) 01:41:54.03 ID:8MDLkyhy0.net
Abe nominated Trump for the Nobel peace prize, and he has also been acting like the President's buddy since the beginning of his presidency.
So I must warn America. It has come to the conclusion that the Ugly Dog Abe is a full-fledged deceiver.

591 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/14(月) 10:54:13.82 ID:OkqCtpoM0.net
>579
Most people don't know how their native language really works,
unless they explicitly study it or are required to teach it to others.
(Trying to figure out when "a" or "the" are used in English is a
surprisingly difficult exercise for native English speakers; most
people haven't thought of the notion of 'countability' or specificity.)
Where having a naive speaker teach is really helpful is them being
able to tell you if your sentences are wrong or awkwardly constructed;
they might not be able to tell you *why*, but they can definitely
tell there's a problem.
Same thing goes for native Japanese speakers teaching Japanese!
Few of them had heard of 連濁 or pitch tone.

592 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f74c-BdNK):2019/10/14(Mon) 13:02:30 ID:yltkDi1E0.net
>>578
You can understand if you know non rigid playful language. English contains no case endings, strong verbs, pragmatic word order, good morphology and many other features.

593 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f74c-BdNK):2019/10/14(Mon) 13:08:44 ID:yltkDi1E0.net
English contains too many stolen words which are hard to understand. Even we didn't steal these many words from china. no originality or interesting features in English.

594 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウエーT Sadf-Sgpv):2019/10/14(Mon) 16:49:34 ID:H5YcnE9Aa.net
>>593
You should say "borrow" rather than "steal" when you mean words coming from other languages.
In this sense, Japanese is heavily indebted to English.

595 ::2019/10/14(Mon) 16:50:15 ID:8MDLkyhy0.net
I don't know what you mean by "we didn't steal many words from China", but kango are Chinese.
And the "stolen words" are what makes English fun to study. (etymology)

596 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウエーT Sadf-Sgpv):2019/10/14(Mon) 16:54:52 ID:H5YcnE9Aa.net
>>591
I couldn’t agree more.
Native speakers are most effective when pointing to whether a sentence is wrong or not.

597 ::2019/10/14(Mon) 17:09:54 ID:8MDLkyhy0.net
I hate morons who writes long posts about something obvious.

598 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f74c-akUq):2019/10/14(Mon) 18:15:38 ID:yltkDi1E0.net
>>595
和製漢語 are ours. We made them and sent them back to china. We ignored our own language and improved chinese so that chinese language can invade our 大和言葉.

599 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウエーT Sadf-o74w):2019/10/14(Mon) 18:17:01 ID:BnjL72KWa.net
Captain Obvious is a cool guy though!!!!

600 ::2019/10/14(Mon) 18:20:29 ID:8MDLkyhy0.net
>>598
So what? Why would the fact that there are Japanese-made kango mean "we didn't steal many words from China"?

601 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/14(月) 18:32:42.89 ID:mdhFjNX00.net
Why I can't move words freely in a sentence in english without changing syntax is making me frustrated. i am having problems arranging thoughts according to english grammar.

602 ::2019/10/14(Mon) 18:43:34 ID:8whKcvaQ0.net
I want to be a comfort man for all rugby team members.

603 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウエーT Sadf-o74w):2019/10/14(Mon) 20:24:51 ID:BnjL72KWa.net
>>602
Himero's dick is huge.

604 ::2019/10/14(Mon) 21:33:43 ID:epm7Gesea.net
ok, people are talking about rugby.
where is mr. goromaru?
he must be a center of attention.

605 ::2019/10/14(Mon) 21:44:03 ID:8whKcvaQ0.net
>>603
HOW DO YOU KNOW?!?!?!!

606 ::2019/10/15(Tue) 07:10:05 ID:PPLngsw/0.net
Why can't I have verbs anywhere but the end of a sentence? It frustrates me.
I have problems arranging thoughts according to Japanese grammar.

607 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/15(火) 10:42:29.66 ID:sbq5D3o/0.net
That order of verbs and subjects significantly changes our way of thinking. I speak more blatantly English.
Also the construction of essays is completely opposite. In English we make clear whether we agree or disagree about a subject but we are unable to know authors's view until the very last of the essays in Japanese.

608 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/15(火) 18:07:03.92 ID:XpmopF93a.net
there is something wrong with my right wrist.....it aches.
only a few kinds of simple exercises like push ups or curl ups may have damaged it.

609 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/15(火) 19:23:29.56 ID:SGqb3fPda.net
I use 22 kg kettlebell.
I'm building my body to show it off someday.

610 ::2019/10/15(Tue) 19:31:44 ID:m9neH+PL0.net
Make sure you use a training belt and stuff because it’s very important not to get injured.

611 ::2019/10/15(Tue) 20:23:37 ID:XpmopF93a.net
22kg?? can you lift it up with one arm?
you must have big biceps.
i will check training belts on amazon or visit fitness section at a local supermarket.

612 ::2019/10/16(Wed) 21:52:34 ID:0AhENF8d0.net
I kinda wish we have a huge typhoon every weekend so that we have to stay home all day.

That’s because I have no life.

613 ::2019/10/17(Thu) 02:38:22 ID:vyEjxYVL0.net
I’m going to Mcdonald’s tomorrow and use my Rakiten points and get a french fries and big mac.
I’m excited.

614 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 03:14:53.73 ID:ESnspHjNd.net
Which accent sounds cool? New Yorker, Californian, Hawaiian, or other state?

611
I'm a big fan of Big Mac.

615 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 03:27:50.83 ID:vyEjxYVL0.net
Why American accent though?

I like the South African accent. Sexy

616 ::2019/10/17(Thu) 04:04:49 ID:/w4zTPZ+H.net
>>615
The south african accent is because of Afrikaans, a modified version of Dutch. Should listen to some Afrikaans media if you like the accent.

617 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スフッ Sd32-9r8a):2019/10/17(Thu) 04:14:46 ID:ESnspHjNd.net
>>615
I'm interested in visiting Cape town.

618 ::2019/10/17(Thu) 04:23:10 ID:vyEjxYVL0.net
Boring accents : American & Canadian

That’s for sure.

619 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 05:06:45.42 ID:7TQ4yPETd.net
RP of British accent sounds like Japanese a little bit. People tend to admire strong accent yeah?

620 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 05:06:56.56 ID:slaWrk2F0.net
British accent is similar to Katakana English.

621 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 13:35:28.15 ID:H8pvvllTd.net
hi

622 ::2019/10/17(Thu) 14:13:24 ID:GNGq+MRm6.net
I want a credit card

623 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 14:53:56.26 ID:vyEjxYVL0.net
Why don’t you get a debit card at combini instead?

624 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 15:32:18.94 ID:bxnlA2B+M.net
I just pooped and found chopped shiitake mushrooms in my poop which I ate yesterday.

My digestion is quick!

625 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 15:34:46.60 ID:gwpT6Yg6d.net
>>620
That's right. Even rich learners try to learn cockney or something not RP. I heard RP is for rich people.

626 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 15:42:33.10 ID:bxnlA2B+M.net
Ugh I absolutely hate the cockney accent.

627 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 18:07:27.23 ID:bxnlA2B+M.net
Describe the picture below....

https://i.imgur.com/Bmx3giF.jpg

628 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 20:35:29.36 ID:SBnmuao2a.net
The vernaculars of the UK are many, and quite complicated and convoluted.
I admit BBC English is easy to understand, but speakers of it are really rare in Britain,
And the Briton you bumps into at a holiday resort overseas is very unlikely to speak it either..

629 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/17(木) 21:26:27.64 ID:vyEjxYVL0.net
I’m boredddddd

630 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/18(金) 03:08:20.68 ID:5MARWg2LH.net
I'm British myself and I can proudly inform you that the Cockney accent is almost extinct outside of TV and Movies.
It exists mainly as a stereotype for portraying low class characters. RP/BBC English isn't common either but
most people in the South-East of England speak something relatively close to it (including myself).
The 'holiday resort' people you mentioned are usually low class people from the North, who tend to have more idiosyncratic accents.

I hope you gents had a safe time during the Typhoon.

631 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/18(金) 03:27:16.36 ID:kjutcMTw0.net
GAIJIN!!!!!

632 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/18(金) 03:28:55.33 ID:kjutcMTw0.net
Some of my Ameican gaijin friends said to me I have a little bit British accent maybe because I listen to BBC everyday.

633 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/18(金) 03:31:03.97 ID:kjutcMTw0.net
Oh I studied in London for a year too! I totally forgot.

634 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2019/10/18(金) 10:42:27.83 ID:pkdupT7J0.net
>>630
Will you watch England vs Australia?

635 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 (JP 0H6a-1jLk):2019/10/18(Fri) 20:12:04 ID:5MARWg2LH.net
>>634
Yep, I'm going to watch it but I've mostly been supporting Japan and Wales. Wales has a much better energy and atmosphere,
since it's such a small country, whilst I'm fond of Japan as a country and the team has been spectacular so far. Underdogs are usually more
fun to root for than big countries with big teams, like England.

636 ::2019/10/18(Fri) 20:12:08 ID:fmwRWhKBa.net
halloween related goods apparently start to invade a part of stores in towns.
i hope that some stupid guys will not resort to violence and vandalism in shibuya on october 31st this year.

637 ::2019/10/18(Fri) 20:23:15 ID:fmwRWhKBa.net
at family mart stores you can have a chance to get something (for free) in a lottery
with every 700 yen purchase.
i tried twice and got アンパンマン ペロペロチョコ by fujiya and calorie mate by otsuka.

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