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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 21:46:47  ID:em2ImvHTH.n(4)
テンプレはめんどくさいから、>2以下で誰かやってください。
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 21:49:47  ID:em2ImvHTH.n(4)
Oops. I should have written in english...

I am so exhausted and demotivated in my office and that's the reason
why I volunteered to start a new thread, but maybe
I'm just making unnnecessary annoyances...

Sorry guys.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 21:51:24  ID:em2ImvHTH.n(4)
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Previous Thread:
Chat in English (英語で雑談) part 203

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!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 22:33:47  ID:d1pbLGDqr.n
>2
What is your job?
Are you still working?
Your office's network manager might detect your behaviour to connect the 5ch's server.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 22:41:49  ID:zf/sjs3tM.n(3)
http://chat-in-english.bbs.fc2.com/

For your another spare time let's come to the new site.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 22:43:06  ID:zf/sjs3tM.n(3)
>2
No I don't think you are.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 22:52:11  ID:2AQBdvvh0.n

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 23:23:20  ID:em2ImvHTH.n(4)
I'm a researcher/programmer at a research institute.
I don't mind our IT guys would find out what I do on the Internet.
Posting on a message board is much less harmful than
downloading illigal/copywrited materials, which I very carefully avoid.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/22 23:27:24  ID:zf/sjs3tM.n(3)
>8
How is your office?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 01:50:57  ID:wSceENUH0.n(3)
I ate too much cookies before I went to bed.
That was the last thing I should do...

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 04:46:41  ID:MLSaivMD0.n(3)
>999
I don't mean you should forget about your past, but just don't spend all your time
wishing for it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 04:48:11  ID:YM9j6ZL80.n(3)
Chat in English (英語で雑談) part 204
http://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1511379960/

sorry i made another thread carelessly
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 05:06:01  ID:YM9j6ZL80.n(3)
these chilly morning and purified atmosphere make my head clarified.

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 05:11:24  ID:MLSaivMD0.n(3)
>12
Now what? We can't have everybody getting split up. We all need to pick one.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 05:16:52  ID:YM9j6ZL80.n(3)
>1
if you made this next thread already, you should inform & paste it at previous thread like below!

Chat in English (英語で雑談) part 204
http://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1511354807/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 07:11:04  ID:M6W6A1hua.n(4)
>12
Only igrore put it out.


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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 07:55:05  ID:GfuhuqAf0.n(2)
these chilly, clarified morning and purified atmosphere make my sperm transparent.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 07:55:59  ID:wSceENUH0.n(3)
It's still dark even though it is already eight o'clock.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 08:11:05  ID:SWwayST8H.n
Oh that reminded me of my years-long question.
They say the night is darkest just before the dawn.
Is there literally any truth to it?
I mean, that's technically how it works for real?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 08:29:11  ID:wSceENUH0.n(3)
I don't know whether it is real or not.
From my experience,the night is darkest at three or four o'clock.
It's a metaphor to encourage someone by letting them to know the dawn is almost there.
I'm wonder if there is a same metaphorical verse in the Northern Europe.
Because there is actually nights without dawn.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 09:16:53  ID:MLSaivMD0.n(3)
>20
It's a metaphor to encourage someone. Like, "Don't worry, things may be shitty but it will
improve soon."

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 09:26:29  ID:eITrbpiM0.n(6)
> night is darkest at three or four o'clock.

lightness at morning. differs depending on latitude and longitude of and season in the place where people live in

anyone please correct my sentence

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 10:08:19  ID:Zq+txt+G0.n(3)
Recently I have started HelloTalk app. But people there really suck. 95% of the guys are horney and only thinking about picking girls up and having sex. They are no longer interested in foreign language or culture at all.
The thing I hate most is that the Japanese girls seem willing to communicate with such vulgar guys. I have no idea why only japanese girls don't ignore savages. Don't they have pride at all? This is why they are called "easy pussy".
(Sorry for my poor english)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 11:28:14  ID:cV+3bCef0.n(3)
https://dotup.org/uploda/dotup.org1395078.jpg
why japanese attach fish head to their meals? even japanese think it disgusting.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 11:42:45  ID:+/nQVwN10.n(3)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 11:44:01  ID:cV+3bCef0.n(3)
i see. this pie is famous at "kiki's delivery service".
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 11:46:21  ID:Zq+txt+G0.n(3)
Because head is the most nutritious body part of fish. It contains plenty DHA which enhances your inteligence.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 11:48:26  ID:+/nQVwN10.n(3)
speaking of fish head, this looks like a tuna head, dont you think?
https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/f240398271

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 11:49:42  ID:eITrbpiM0.n(6)
>24
Because fish head is most suitable for making soup stock from

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 12:02:36  ID:+/nQVwN10.n(3)
some gaijins hate shirasu.
because lots of tiny dead fish are gazing at them.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 12:12:11  ID:eITrbpiM0.n(6)
in reverse、i dont understand how good pickle

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 12:52:55  ID:M6W6A1hua.n(4)
>24
looks like usuall.
No probldm at all.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 12:55:33  ID:wYQVUIRE0.n
nande eigode shaberana akannen
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 12:59:53  ID:Zq+txt+G0.n(3)
Because this is an english only thread

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 13:10:33  ID:M6W6A1hua.n(4)
>26
What is it?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 13:15:52  ID:cV+3bCef0.n(3)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 13:18:39  ID:M6W6A1hua.n(4)
I guess you need another message board for your unlimited chatting desire.
So!
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 14:05:20  ID:pU/1TRPF0.n(6)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 16:33:42  ID:pU/1TRPF0.n(6)
So many chat threads in English boards. I blame shameless gaijins.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 16:52:44  ID:+i4hQSof0.n(3)
>23
I was considering finding a language partner on HelloTalk or italki or something similar
but decided against it. There are just too many リア充 there and the chances of finding
a decent person are so small that it's not worth going through hundreds of people to
meet someone who's actually interested in me helping them with English in return for them
helping me with my Japanese.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 18:08:35  ID:58nhMKvb0.n(5)
I used to sign up for laung 8, where there were a lot of Japanese who wanted to learn English.
You might want to join it. They would correct your Japanese essays soon after you post them there.
That is beacuse the balance between supply and demand has collapsed.
I mean a lot of Japanese who want to learn English v.s. a few of native speakers who learn Japanese.
Did I make myself understood? Sorry for my poor English!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 18:30:56  ID:+i4hQSof0.n(3)
>41
Your English was nearly flawless so I understood you without any problems.
The thing about those sites is that I don't really write essays or diary entries, so they wouldn't be that useful to me.
While I'm sure there are tons of natives who would be happy to correct my writing, most of my language-related
questions are more about the usage or nuances of words, or the meanings of words I can't quite understand.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 18:31:11  ID:58nhMKvb0.n(5)
Hi, dude!
Are you happy now?
Oh, you don't have to make believe to be happy in front of me.
You see, we are bosom friends. So you can tell me anything and everything when you have sad things.
I'm ready to console you anytime.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 18:44:54  ID:58nhMKvb0.n(5)
>42
You must be an advanced learner of Japanese.
Then, you have to look for a person who is fluent in both English and Japanese.
Hmm...It's a difficult question

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 18:58:43  ID:eITrbpiM0.n(6)
I have experienced lang-8 a few years ago
As there were many chinese who wanted to learn Japanese
I corrected their Japanese texts from one to the next.
but not many people who could correct my english text.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 19:05:20  ID:58nhMKvb0.n(5)
>45
Yeah, you can say that again! I had the same experiences as yours!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 19:40:01  ID:pU/1TRPF0.n(6)
Fuck gaiiins
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 19:40:44  ID:eITrbpiM0.n(6)
>46
I know
as china has too larg population, they are seen everywhere.
chinese at lang-8 studied japanese with great enthusiasm
I have been surprised that some of them could write a long difficult sentence of japanese very well.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 19:58:29  ID:FT9mwTSz0.n(6)
It'cold as if it' already in February.
Summer is getting hotter,but winter seems to be colder than before.
This assumption might be wrong because we have less snow than before.
Still, it's cold enogh to complain, "It's still Nobember isn't" it?"
In the past we have had four seasons, but now there are only summer and winter.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 20:28:55  ID:58nhMKvb0.n(5)
>48
Although they must have anti-Japanese sentiments due to the communist party's policy,I wonder why they are so enthusiastic about learning Japanese. Is there anything behind this phenomenon ? Most of them are females, aren't they?
I also used to get access to Skype for the purpose of improving my English skills.
But after all, I found myself teaching Japanese to two Chinese girls from Sichuan Province.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 20:38:38  ID:FT9mwTSz0.n(6)
There are some demands for Japanese to work in customer support section in IT companies.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 21:19:16  ID:pU/1TRPF0.n(6)
Korea and China are shames of Asia.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 21:27:08  ID:eITrbpiM0.n(6)
>50
> why they are so enthusiastic about learning Japanese
maybe in order to reading manga or anime
anti-JPN sentiment and anime buff. are two different stories for them.

>Most of them are females, aren't they?
Is that so? i'm not sure.

> after all, I found myself teaching Japanese to two Chinese girls

ww

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 21:58:17  ID:GfuhuqAf0.n(2)
I'm gonna tell you a true story why Chinese people are surprisingly eager to learn Japanese language.
Did you realize that many Chinese recently have been purchasing japan's real estate property such as lands, apartments, and private houses?
China is invading Japan slowly, gradually, but surely.
Sooner or later they will completely deprive our job, habitat, even culture. They are gonna cheat and deceive us by using proficient Japanese language. Our hospitality mind can be goofy enough.
The most threatening thing for Japan is neither AI nor North Korea. It is People's Republic of China.
They still feel strong resentment at what we have done on China during Sino-Japanese war 1894-1945. All the people of the country are burning with vengeful thoughts.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 22:25:18  ID:FT9mwTSz0.n(6)
That is a little bit exaggeraued and seems much mnre conspirasy theory.
In fact,chinese communities are growing all over the world.
The U.S. has seen steep increase in chinese origin especially in unitersities.
For me, this is a most serious problem.Japanese students should go to unitesities in the U.S. more or we will be inslar country literally.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 22:47:43  ID:FT9mwTSz0.n(6)
I've made so much typos.
I relied on gboard to write.So once I stop using it,I suffered from errors.
Same thing can be said to my japanese.
Now it is difficult to write chinese characters collectly having relied on computers so much.
I'm not suse whether I can write 正確 collectly.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 22:51:53  ID:+i4hQSof0.n(3)
I'm not sure how one would set it up on a Japanese computer, but don't most web browsers
have options to enable spell checking?
At least for me, on Google Chrome, you can find it under Options→Advanced→Languages→Spell Check,
then select the language(s) you would like to have spellchecked.
It'll spot most mistakes and mark them with a wavy red line under the word, then you can right
click the word and it'll suggest words you might have intended to write instead.
Even natives make mistakes when writing or forget how to spell otherwise common words, so it's
a very useful tool to have, even more so when learning the language.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:13:38  ID:FT9mwTSz0.n(6)
Yes.most PCs have spell cheack abilities both in Japanese and English.
They even suggest the nuances in same pronouciation words like 創造:creation and 想像:imagination.
Now I'm using certain gagdet to write that doesn't have any correction function.
This expose my spelling so sometimes it's useful to know my pure skill in English...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:17:49  ID:FT9mwTSz0.n(6)
but thank you for taking your time to let me know how to enable the function.
You must be kind and nice person!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:20:13  ID:cec+sK2bH.n
54 reminds me of Trumpism. Sooner or later, we, Japanese, may have Trump-like person as our prime minister. It is easy to fall into the trap. Not to mention you sounds like the pot calling the kettle black to boot. My bad.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:31:18  ID:PH3spAzS0.n(2)
Humans really need to stop invading other people's places (or letting others invade their own places).
Just because whites invaded and colonized others in the past doesn't mean muslims, africans etc can invade and harass whites' places now.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:40:10  ID:cV2ZnS6pH.n
I live in Setagaya Tokyo. In a 20-Min walk from my house, there is a historic site, where Hideki Tojo once lived.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:41:25  ID:pU/1TRPF0.n(6)
I think all white people should go back to Europe and let native people live freely in their places...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:42:28  ID:CfI6KmtKH.n
61. Agreed. You must be an Native American.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:45:14  ID:+M6jt/v9H.n
63. You know something. As of 2017, there are more than 100,000 Japanese people living in China,
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:48:03  ID:pU/1TRPF0.n(6)
>62
Setagaya? I heard people in Setagaya even don’t go to combini because they are super rich. Is that true?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:48:57  ID:PH3spAzS0.n(2)
I looked up the word "invade" in the dictionary, and the first example usage is this:

start to invade Tibet
チベット侵略を開始する

I praise the editors of this 三省堂 dictionary.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:54:16  ID:EbpQfWBlH.n(3)
@66. Tons of such shops over here. You are ill-informed. lol.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:56:19  ID:EbpQfWBlH.n(3)
Japanese economy today highly depends on China. Japan imports from China more than any other country, let alone China being the second largest buyer of Made-In-Japan today.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:57:11  ID:zh+Nd0Q/H.n
>47
Fuck you.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/23 23:57:21  ID:EbpQfWBlH.n(3)
We, humans, need each other to survive, regardless of color, zip code and the likes.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:02:16  ID:OP+L5/bTH.n
>69
You shouldn't see only economical influence for importance.
China is still not so impotant as for their
bad behaviour.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:05:04  ID:ElqeSGs5H.n
@72. If you were Chinese, I guess you would have written something else up there. We are all biased one way or another.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:06:56  ID:6fsyRplb0.n(8)
>64
I don't know about America, as it is not a normal country. I was thinking about what's going on in Western Europe when I wrote that post.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:07:55  ID:O5rRwtCkH.n(7)
That’s the reason why we were born with two eyes and two years. Let’s try to use all of them.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:08:59  ID:O5rRwtCkH.n(7)
@74. My apologies

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:12:00  ID:O5rRwtCkH.n(7)
About time to go to bed now. I must get up early tomorrow. Thank you. Everyone
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:13:55  ID:f1BLm6uX0.n(3)
This thread got #1 momentum just right now. I believe this was the first time ever since this Chat english thread originally established.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:31:30  ID:6fsyRplb0.n(8)
It's second place now. And I've seen this thread's momentum exceeding 100 in the past. Maybe even over 200.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:41:04  ID:MGAwOMs4a.n
i thought about trying an online english chat room to polish my speaking/listening skills,
but i remember i need to get some headgear with microphone of good quality in the first place...
i wonder if reviews for products on amazon are reliable or not...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:44:25  ID:LAH3OEAa0.n(5)
I wouldn't mind some verbal communication to work on my Japanese either,
but I'm just worried that everyone else might not be used to my accent (in English)
since I'm not a native English speaker, and people are used to hearing either
British or American accents.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 00:58:26  ID:6fsyRplb0.n(8)
>65
100,000 is 1/7 of the number of the Chinese people in Japan. It is a very small size considering the population of China is 10 times larger than Japan.
On top of that, take the massive territorial size of China into consideration, and the size of the Japanese population in China should be insignificant.

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fusianasan [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:06:27  ID:IgGcvECz0.n
>80
Some of the reviews could be paid for or completely made up by the companies themselves,
but still I found review scores reliable in most cases.
Paying a closer attention to negative reviews rather than good ones also helps, I believe.

You would be surprised how Italian people tend not trust
the information they find on the internet, books, TVs or from any other media outlet.
Instead, they value the information they obtain from real-life friends
as if it is the only reliable information out there...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:10:30  ID:/TBUCuHA0.n(6)
>17
you should go hospital.(´・ω・`)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:22:33  ID:+z5wjpMGa.n(3)
I guess you need another message board for your unlimited chatting desire.
So see the site!
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:23:33  ID:+z5wjpMGa.n(3)
>77
Good night.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:25:13  ID:+z5wjpMGa.n(3)
>30
That's awful.
Shirasu is so nice.
Some Gaijins are impossible.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:25:20  ID:f1BLm6uX0.n(3)
>84
Put "to" between go and hospital

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:37:48  ID:O5rRwtCkH.n(7)
@82. Then we should send J-nese business persons and their families even more to China, to to mention students who are eager to learn Chinese.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:38:43  ID:O5rRwtCkH.n(7)
The fact is that, without them, we, Japanese, can no longer sustain our daily life, like it or not.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:40:12  ID:O5rRwtCkH.n(7)
Look around, everything is Chinese, your clothes, electric appliances, shoes and the list goes on and on. Put simply. We are living in One World.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:41:21  ID:O5rRwtCkH.n(7)
Your saying like Chinese should go back to China is the same thing as some of them saying like Japanese should go back to Japan. Those are mostly right-wingers, aka, uneducated, narrow-minded ones.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:44:01  ID:H5ubU6VuH.n
Swim with the tide.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 01:50:26  ID:f1BLm6uX0.n(3)
Whenever chinese people sex, they don't do foreplay. Man just insert his dick into a pussy. Thats all. It is like a dog's sex.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 02:01:22  ID:HlXiMKfUa.n(4)
>92
1.Here is not your possession.
2.Not the same.Think about situation.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 03:01:05  ID:DBOCO4RTx.n
in spite of learnning English every day, my dream that watching american movies without subtitle are long way to go.
and the saddest thing is that speaking in English is much more diffcult than listenning or reading english.
everytime i try to speak and make sentenses in english, words are running away from my head.
it's like i'm a butterfly catcher and words are flying away from me in to the blue sky.
and English grammar is also my nightmare which is completly different from japanese one.
the hardest part is how to deal with the time. past tense, future tense, present tense, confusing me.
when i talk about some story to someone, my characters break time barrier easly. like time traveler.
so that even the easy storys like my grandma going shopping to supermarket turn into a Science Fiction.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 03:01:20  ID:HlXiMKfUa.n(4)
>94
How the hell did you get to know that?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 03:08:17  ID:HlXiMKfUa.n(4)
>96
How can I find out such difficulty in your sentenses?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 03:13:59  ID:LAH3OEAa0.n(5)
>96
It's the same for me with Japanese. If I get the time to look up words and
write my thoughts down instead of speaking them then I can form quite coherent
sentences, but if I need to speak in real life then I'll often pick the wrong words,
speak casually when I should be speaking politely and vice versa, screw up the
tenses, or just sound like an idiot in general.

Do you also feel like you just can't use half the vocabulary you supposedly know?
Like, I know around 8000 Japanese words at this point, but a lot of words I'd only
ever recognize and would never use on the spot even if they would be the most appropriate.
For example, I recognize the word 涼しい when I see it, but I've never actually used
it when it would have been appropriate. Instead my mind jumps to スッキリ even
if it would be grammatically incorrect or sound weird in context.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 04:02:25  ID:HlXiMKfUa.n(4)
Don't forget everybody speaking incorrect japanese and that's enough for do almost all.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 05:05:33  ID:n6xoc0PQ0.n
It is interesting to know you confuse スッキリ with 涼しい.
Learning second language is that difficult...
We'll be スッキリ after taking shower, and we'll say 涼しい in front of air conditioner in summer.
Speaking is the most difficult because we have no time to come up with the right words.
I can read the New York Times with no difficulties, but my speaking level is of native elementally school pupils...


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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 06:00:34  ID:WJuBIRYgH.n(3)
@95. 1. Totally agree with you there
2. I don’t see your point.
Good day.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 09:13:54  ID:DXgyfqN00.n(7)
I am so happy that this thread has been gaining huge momentum recently.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 10:30:57  ID:c2WMsZAy0.n
>103

TOEICスレに長年粘着してるクズ野郎潜伏中につき注意

96 ニューマン ◆qLGXMpFAeM (ワッチョイW 07bd-QZlG)[] 2017/11/24(金) 09:28:49.71 ID:DXgyfqN00

>93
何を根拠に雑魚と?点数か?
じゃあまずお前がスコアをID付きでうpしてみろよ。これでどっちが雑魚かはっきりするだろ。
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 11:06:50  ID:7kGktQw70.n
I totally scare of making grammartical mistakes when I speak or write English sebtences.
How sbout you guys? Is it ok making mistakes?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 11:09:36  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>66
said no one ever

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 11:13:30  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>67
china wll pressure to Sanseido to say that

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 11:36:28  ID:DXgyfqN00.n(7)
>104
Since this is an English-chatting thread, you'd better write your opinion in English from next time; otherwise you are going to be seen as a non-english idiot.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 11:50:01  ID:jmOIjBY0a.n(4)
>94
I guess it doesn’t matter if the woman is just for abenefit realationships xD

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 12:05:47  ID:/qKmQU1zH.n(5)
>67
How come praise?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 12:07:58  ID:jmOIjBY0a.n(4)
Please tell me about “shadowing” learning style.
Is it effective when I wanna improve my English speaking skills?
Please tell me about it especially someone who’s trying shadowing now
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 12:13:57  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>103
are you the person who originally made this thread?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 12:33:37  ID:Ntl+T8Gg0.n
>105
Making mistakes is absolutely the best way to learn something in the quickest possible manner.
Being too scared of it is completely unnecessary and just slows down your progression,
although for whatever reason it is all too common among Japanese people.
No one starts out perfect, and in all honesty,
no one really cares if you make a mistake or two in a foreign language.
Just go ahead and set yourself up in an environment to make a lot of errors.
It will definitely help you.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 12:34:07  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
rewrote my reply

>67
if china catches the news she will pressure 三省堂 to delete it
you may think it's a joke, but chaina will do it surely

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 12:37:41  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>113
entirely agree

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 12:49:05  ID:/qKmQU1zH.n(5)
>105
Makeing mistake is no serious matter.
Breath easier to enjoy chat.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 12:59:05  ID:/qKmQU1zH.n(5)
>111
Caran method is I think a kind of shadowing.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:30:30  ID:jmOIjBY0a.n(4)
>113
>116
I definetly appreciate your comment.
How do I describe my enotions...speechless happines that you guys encoruage me to speak English and recommend talking English with joy.
I love you guys,and embrace your comment deeply.
Thank you for replying me!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:39:33  ID:jmOIjBY0a.n(4)
>117
Thanks man,i just searched that in a quick momment and i guess it’s quicker than shadowing talking speed.
Kinda intersting staff

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:46:44  ID:bHbYHd9vH.n(2)
@104. Score ? What the hell is are talking about ? I think I‘ve never even talked with ya, Grow up, kid..

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:47:15  ID:UTkgGDY00.n(2)
I’m so glad that so many people started to post commnets here! Instead of freaking annoying gaijins...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:48:04  ID:DXgyfqN00.n(7)
What a productive thread. No wonder many english learners have been coming here recently.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:48:45  ID:bHbYHd9vH.n(2)
Correction : Are you talking about. Not are talking about

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:52:57  ID:qGrihCamH.n(3)
This thread is so destructive that I think I am wasting my time and that I will fail in a upcoming test next month.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:53:55  ID:qGrihCamH.n(3)
Gotta get out of here ASAP. XD

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 13:57:12  ID:DXgyfqN00.n(7)
>124
Then destruct all your devices that have an internet access right now.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 14:06:48  ID:/TBUCuHA0.n(6)
why destructive?
this thread topics are mostly boring.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 14:28:08  ID:DXgyfqN00.n(7)
>127
Then why don't you give us an intriguing topic? Did you come to this place just to complain?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 14:33:25  ID:vT/zBgIHr.n
>127
Ha ha!
Your sarcasm is boring too.
You may have much knowledge about English but no English you write have wit!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 16:03:37  ID:/qKmQU1zH.n(5)
>129
Then,don't come back.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 16:09:00  ID:UTkgGDY00.n(2)
Comfort women are just professional prostitutes. Whores!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 16:20:22  ID:/qKmQU1zH.n(5)
>112
If not good idea.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 17:26:18  ID:+r1RpL0LH.n
Having said that though, I’m still here.
*facepalm*

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 17:30:43  ID:LAH3OEAa0.n(5)
Do you guys have a favorite dialect/accent of English?
Like Irish, German, French, American, etc. stuff like that.
I'm partial to Irish, Scottish, and Australian dialects, myself.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 17:34:42  ID:9IrBjMih0.n
I like this guy’s accent but basically i don’t like british one and the one strongly related to british accent like Australian.
so i like american and canadian better.

https://youtu.be/9QCgqQdmr0M
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 17:55:21  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>134
I like american accent, maybe because I am accustomed to hear that by watching a lot of american movies
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:04:31  ID:LAH3OEAa0.n(5)
>135
I think Bogan Australian with as much slang and stereotypical "Australianness" as possible
is hilarious and fun to listen to. I don't like it just because it "sounds silly" but because they
usually sound like rowdy, fun people with a lot of energy. That's a stereotype of Australia in
general, sure, but it's not like it's a bad one.

>136
I'm assuming you mean the Midwestern American accent, or as it's often called, the "accentless"
American accent? I like that one too. America doesn't really have that many good accents,
but the Midwestern is good and the New Yorker accent is at least funny to listen to for a little
while. If you listen to it for too long it starts to get really annoying.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:05:27  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
I've heard that Haruma-fuji has a drinking problem.
It seems that people live in Asian continent generically savage.
I wonder if that's because they are descended from Genghis Khan?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:20:48  ID:DXgyfqN00.n(7)
How much I like american accent depends on the region. Since US is a huge country, people's english speaking accent varies place to place within the country.
Personally, I don't like Newyorker's accent. It is not very comfortable to hear for me.
I like California and Texas accent.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:21:39  ID:DXgyfqN00.n(7)
Ohh, >137 already mentioned what I wanted to say

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:36:38  ID:jwWuQS0tH.n(5)
During my two day visit to Scotland, I couldn’t even catch the word, Loch Ness. I even met a Japanese female student saying like “Dad, call me back to Japan, people here don’t speak English !”

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:37:50  ID:jwWuQS0tH.n(5)
@138 You are a Japanese-in-name-only. Remember. We all crossed Yellow Sea a long time ago. We humans are all the same. Not just Mongolians, Some of us also drink too much and lose control. That’s nothing new.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:39:06  ID:jwWuQS0tH.n(5)
@139. Wish I could visit the US some day.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:41:17  ID:WJuBIRYgH.n(3)
Among many accents in Japan, I like Ibaraki’s accent the most. So cute. :)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 18:55:45  ID:LAH3OEAa0.n(5)
>144
I'm totally crazy for the Kansai dialect. I love its rhythm, its unique vocabulary, the comedians
that speak it, and the speakers themselves are usually really fun people to be around.
I want to learn to speak something like it too, but I know that "general Kansai dialect" isn't a
thing, so I need to learn which dialect has the features I like the most and start focusing on that
one.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 19:08:02  ID:6d7/tuxsM.n
I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
So,take a look at the site.
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 19:09:51  ID:qGrihCamH.n(3)
@145 Among many TV personalities in Japan, some are from overseas. Of these, A guy who can speak Yamagata accent is so funny. I like him. I cannot recall his name though. Kansai accent also sounds funny to Tokyoite that I am.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 19:24:54  ID:6fsyRplb0.n(8)
I really wish this retard would fuck off and die. Why do this kind of retards tend to spam the thread?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 19:29:57  ID:oK6stp6kH.n(2)
@148 you must the one I called RWNJ. LOL.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 19:37:18  ID:6fsyRplb0.n(8)
I have no idea what you are talking about. Are you mentally ill? Why do you not use anchor?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 19:44:09  ID:ZAC0krFBH.n
Thank you for reading my great comment to ya. Hope you liked it as always.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:02:57  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>142
we are not the same.
so-called national character a lot depends on its historical, geographic or geopolitical conditions

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:17:07  ID:6fsyRplb0.n(8)
I don't watch sumo these days, but I liked Harumafuji's sumo style. He's a fighter. But his temper was not suitable for a yokozuna, I guess.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:21:03  ID:AQHwxGVgH.n(4)
@152. Agreed. Even among us all. Some are lefty, others are righty. Otherwise there would not be that many nouns. Btw. Why is it that some of us tend to look down on other Asians ? I guess you can answer my stupid question in no time.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:26:52  ID:/TBUCuHA0.n(6)
no. the victim (takanoiwa) went zyungyo(巡業) after the trouble and won the match.
everyone there didnt confirm his wound (including me watched the VTR).
so what i doubt about is why harumafuji's affair reported exaggerately and wrongly.
all i want to expel is not individual like harumafuji nor takanohana, but the corrupt structure of sumo association(相撲協会) itself.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:27:04  ID:34DEoC/jH.n
@153. Good point. Totally agreed.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:28:58  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
Asashoryu was also retired because he caused the violence
it seems that Mongolian-born sumo wrestlers are easily offended

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:29:36  ID:/TBUCuHA0.n(6)
>156
your way of reply is not suitable for 5ch.
use ">>" instead of "@".

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:37:14  ID:oK6stp6kH.n(2)
@157. What if there were some bullying because they are minorities ? Being an outsider is not as easy as we can imagine,
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:52:51  ID:iQlknfjG0.n(4)
I don't like Japanese accent in English, even though I also speak in that way.
They tend to speak very flatly with no intonation, and influenced by the first language greatly.
This make them very hard to understand.
I am used to listen to other accents such as lndian's or Filipino's
because they broadcast news on a daily basis,
but have less opportunities to be exposed by Japanse accent.
This makes things worse especially when I have to be interviewed by Japanese who has strong accent.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 20:56:21  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>159
you are unfamiliar with Japanese somo much?
there is not bullying due to being minority in japanese sumo world
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:00:01  ID:/TBUCuHA0.n(6)
>161
why you can assert like that? dont you know the word "kawaigari" ?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:00:08  ID:iQlknfjG0.n(4)
Compared to that European's accents are easy to understand,
when l hear they speak English in international meetings on BBC.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:05:45  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>160
sorry, i dont quite understand your situation
which country are you living in now?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:09:00  ID:AQHwxGVgH.n(4)
@161. How can you be so sure ? Are you a sumo wrestler ? Probably you are not. But one thing is for sure, you are extremely self-righteous. Better doubt everything. My two cents though.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:09:48  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>162
かわいがり is not a bullying targeted at minorities
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:16:59  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>165
何度もいわれてるんだからルールを覚えてよ

replyしたい人の番号の前に>>をつけるんだよ

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:17:15  ID:/TBUCuHA0.n(6)
>166
how do you define かわいがり? that induced murder at tokitsukaze stable on 2007.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:18:02  ID:iQlknfjG0.n(4)
>164 I'm living in Japan surrounded by those who speak decent English.
So I had less chance to have conversations with strong accented Japanese.
I don't deny or blame someone, but just mentioned about my preference.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:19:05  ID:jwWuQS0tH.n(5)
@167. My bad

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:21:08  ID:jwWuQS0tH.n(5)
@169 Hope you enjoy Japan to the fullest, Soon enough, I bet you will get used to our accents.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:32:49  ID:iQlknfjG0.n(4)
>171
I'm sorry to make you confused.
I am Japanese living in Japan.
I've talked about a little rare situation,
so it must be difficult to grasp.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:35:13  ID:AQHwxGVgH.n(4)
@172. *Sudden burst of laughter*

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:36:03  ID:AQHwxGVgH.n(4)
@168 Let me put it this way. かわいがり means love, while いじめ means bullying. In the case you mentioned above, I assume that かわいがり is being used ironically. いじめ is the suitable word for it.
Hope this helps.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:37:03  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
かわいがりi is a traditional way in japanese smo world
it's a kind of violence, so it should not be.
but this is entirely unrelated to discrimination
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:46:44  ID:WJuBIRYgH.n(3)
True. Anything but dicsrimination. However, as you may know, bullying sometimes happens, no matter what country, workplace, or school it is. Miniorities are more likely to become an easy target then majorities.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:57:22  ID:6fsyRplb0.n(8)
Communist chinks need to stop bullying Tibet.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 21:58:29  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>172
now are we talking about sumo world, aren't we?
かわいがり is a kind of violence which a higher-order person commites against low-order one.
so this may be a power harassment

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/24 22:17:54  ID:Ekt1LBpeH.n
Case closed

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 22:22:31  ID:hrfTOmSka.n(2)
i always try to get rid of small pieces of food that are stuck between my teeth
with a toothpick after having a lunch.
basically those pieces are successfully taken away but sometimes i fail.
in such a case, i keep on being distracted while working. i can't concentrate.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 22:45:54  ID:i53mHglk0.n(16)
>180
please dont waste an opportunity to exercise your english skills on such a nonsense topic
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 23:34:41  ID:6fsyRplb0.n(8)
What about communist chinks? They really need to stop bullying Tibet.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/24 23:47:12  ID:hrfTOmSka.n(2)
>181
i feel sorry to hear that, i like nonsence.
i am attacked by so many directions/orders of "to be effective", "to be cost-saving",
"to be logical" or "to be time-saving" at the office in the daytime
that i would like to flirt with nonsense when i spend my valuable private time.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 00:51:47  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
Retards condemn the white colonists and such daily, but not the communist chinks bullying Tibet for decades.
Instead, they are like "CHINA ARE THE FUTURE! WE ARE ONE WITH THE CHINA!"

Why? Because they are retarded. That's why.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 04:50:14  ID:jl2MSjNa0.n(4)
Political issues are difficult thing to talk.I 've heard before that it is recommended to avoid to talk it in workplaces in the US.
It is understandable considering the political device in the country.
Unfortunately, Japan seems to follow suit the situation. Rift between political left and right-wing is bigger than ever.
Bigotry and nationalism prevail across the world.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 05:01:06  ID:jl2MSjNa0.n(4)
what is political device...
I meant political devide.
I don't know whether it is my fault or voice recognition's fault.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 06:41:43  ID:rbqCiEKQH.n
It sounds pretty strange when the Japanese accuse the Chinese of crimes against humanity. Those ignorant Japanese don’t even know that millions of Chinese people lost their lives when invaded.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 06:50:50  ID:cO/FgPXk0.n(6)
Please do us all a favor and don't start this shit again.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:01:01  ID:gdN5RK58H.n(4)
Give me a break. You are barking up the wrong tree !

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:03:35  ID:gdN5RK58H.n(4)
Charity begins at home and house. Please feel free to post anything you like. Thank you in advance.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:18:12  ID:LRPUWP94H.n
Yawn

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:21:47  ID:tJ02DYpWH.n
Ugh. Mom. Give me back my toys. I’m going home !

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:24:00  ID:C3J3UOk40.n(4)
I have a pen.
I have had a pen.
I had a pen.
I had had a pen.
I will have a pen.
I will have had a pen.
I am going to have a pen.
I am holding a pen.
I will be going to hold a pen.
I am going to be holding a pen.
I have been holding a pen.
I was hoding a pen.

So many tense. English is difficult

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:29:04  ID:C3J3UOk40.n(4)
I will be going to hold a pen.×
I will be holding a pen ○

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:43:43  ID:gdN5RK58H.n(4)
*scratches head*

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:47:29  ID:jl2MSjNa0.n(4)
I'm going to be a pen someday.

I cannot type this sentence by voice typing because it is too unnatural.
It will automatically correct like this.

I am going to be a pain someday
I'm going to be up then someday
I'm going to be a pain someday

it's impossible to write lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:50:35  ID:gdN5RK58H.n(4)
*eyes wide open*

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:55:35  ID:cO/FgPXk0.n(6)
"I will be going to hold a pen" would technically be grammatically correct
if "going" is used literally rather than as an auxiliary verb.
As in "I will be heading to another location to hold a pen."

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 07:58:48  ID:6Qr5sESsH.n
* nods *

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 08:07:11  ID:jl2MSjNa0.n(4)
It's interesting.

I will be going to hold the pen

I can write this sentence by voice typing so it can be a correct sentence.
Voice typing is a good tool to know how to write naturally.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 08:07:22  ID:y3SLFhWDH.n
Yawn

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 08:41:33  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
You must be in a place where there is little oxygen.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 09:18:02  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
Or you must have so fat a body as not to be able to breathe enough.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 09:41:26  ID:qJfsc7qK0.n(2)
>187
Japan has apologized to china and provided your country about 45 billion dollars until now.
So, China also should stop invading Tibet, Uighur and Mongolia immediately and should
apologize them, give them an enormous amount of money, just as Japan did, please.

if that helps, Japan has been carring out ODA to China even now
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 10:48:06  ID:r5NYJPFx0.n
>175
the murder case on 2007 shouldnt be bullying or discrimination? you are a optimistic person!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 10:56:24  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
>187
You are stupid enough not be able to make out that human consciousness toward" what is good and what is bad" has changed in accordance with times.
Nowadays, we are liveing in a time when such a concept as " humanity" is spreading all over the world.
So those who commit crimes agianst humanity should be severely punished.
On the other hand, the time when Japan advanced into China is so-called an era of "imperialism"
One of the characteristics of this era is, as it were, the survival of the fittest, which means the strong prey on the weak.
You should not evaluate historical facts on the basis of modern values where you stand on.

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206 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 11:05:50  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
correction make out → understand

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 12:31:50  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
>204
I don't think he's Chinese. The Chinese are generally smarter than this retard.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 12:36:51  ID:nWnEYbUe0.n(4)
The 5 words japanese people can't pronounce properly.

forever, shake it out, get out, world, hurt

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 12:57:46  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
>187
Millions of Chinese?? Why do you Chinese like to forge lies concerning numerals? Huh?
First of all, you should learn historical facts sincerely and should not exploit them for the purpose of gaining political benefits.
The so-called Nanjing masscare is a typical example of your being a liar.
How could the Japanese military kill three hundred thousand Chinese when the population of Nanjing city at that time were approximately two hundred thousand ? Huh?

Although we are living in a time when fundamental human rights should be thoroughly respected, only China is invading neighboring countries and regions in an anachronistic manner.
In the couse of time,your contry will be ostracized from internatinal comminity. I

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 13:20:26  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
whatever you say, I set him up as a Chinese.
That's because I just wanted to practice English writing. lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 13:32:29  ID:nWnEYbUe0.n(4)
Hey! Let's talk about Final Fantasy!
Where has jook gone! Come back here!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 13:37:33  ID:qJfsc7qK0.n(2)
>208
i know he is chinese
because i have argued about this kind of subject against many chinese on the internet
and every one of them said just the same thing every time as if they had
somehing like a list of potential Q & A on this subject for defending themselves
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 13:58:14  ID:cpz9bKyL0.n(3)
Chinks are Tibetan murderers. They need to be stopped!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 14:08:43  ID:nWnEYbUe0.n(4)
Vicious spiral

China is afraid of Japan
Japan is afraid of North Korea
North Korea is afraid of South Korea
South korea is afraid of China
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 14:22:40  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
>213
But this one is not Chinese. I'm a lot better at this kind of guessing than you, so you should shut up and listen to my verdict.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 14:46:43  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
>215
I don't think China is afraid of Japan.
I don't think Japan is afraid of North Korea.
Don't know about South Korea.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 15:12:07  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
Forever:
You have to bite your lower lip slightly when prononceing f-sound and v-sound. As for r-sound, I've learned you have to pull your tongue to the back of your mouth, not roll it up.

Shake it out: E-sound is omitted. The former t-sound turns into soft d-sound or r-sound while the latter t-sound is omitted.

Get it out: the former t-sound turns into soft d-sound or r-sound. The latter t-sound is omitted.

World: l-sound before a consonant is called " dark L ", whose sound is similar to "u".

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218 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 15:16:10  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
correction get it out → get out

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218 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 15:23:35  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
correction bite the lower lip with your upper front teeth.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 15:32:57  ID:nWnEYbUe0.n(4)
Thanks!!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 16:11:08  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
Communist chinks: They need to stop bullying Tibet.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 16:37:26  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
Retard: "I hate bullying!"

-China is bullying Tibet.
-Japan bullied China in the past.
-Therefore, I, a Japanese, should not accuse China of the ongoing bullying. Fuck white bullies, but let's kiss China's ass, they got money and power.

I think a lot of the problems in today's world are caused by this kind of retard logic.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 17:11:22  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
Many people attack China's human rights problems, but I don't care about those matters.
I don't care if millions of Chinese people get killed in China at the hands of the communist party. It's their history.
China just needs to listen to the Dalai Lama and his people and do what ought to be done.
High level autonomy is what they have been wanting, and no more than that, if I'm not mistaken.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 18:02:34  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
A few years ago, I watched some documentary about reviving Buddhism in China. They seemed to be great people.
I think east asians go wrong when they throw away Buddhism. Koreans have become ill because they threw it away in the 17th century or something.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 18:32:02  ID:UT2AO8HFH.n
Mom. As shown, I totally outsmarted all of them this morning. I had a blast.
ー Naughty Naughty ー

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 19:16:20  ID:mF0pHuE1M.n(2)
>225
17th?
I guess it's after the world war 2.
Anyway I think your idea is correct.

But,India throw B away and making success.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 20:24:30  ID:mF0pHuE1M.n(2)
Chat in English 英語で雑談 Ver:Q and A PART1
http://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1511609018/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 21:12:43  ID:NsfHq9aR0.n(9)
>227
Korea practically quit Buddhism in the 15th century or something and went full Confucianist, I think.
Also, people think Indians are asians, but actually they are like Iranian-Europeans or something.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 21:25:17  ID:cO/FgPXk0.n(6)
I don't know how much you guys use a dictionary when you write your posts, but from my fluent
perspective you all seem to speak really good English.
Maybe you've heard of the habit a lot of Japanese people have of saying that a non-native speaker
can speak really good Japanese if they can speak it at all, even just basic phrases with a thick accent,
but as someone who's personally tired of getting compliments like that in spite of how bad I know my
Japanese actually is, I really do think you guys are doing a great job.
Keep it up. I'm cheering for you.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 21:33:05  ID:jPdP2qdZ0.n
These imflammable topics are not suitable here.
Because you will likely be embroiled in quarrels and just keep writing unproductive things.
Furthermore, it is waste of time for most people to read these layman's political views.
If you wanna talk about histrical issues, create a new thread.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 21:38:27  ID:xUZnNrfwa.n
Asking this question is kinda rude,but I’m curious about your occupation and age.
I mean I wanna know what kind of people there are,and speak English really fluently.
Sometimes I wonder some people aren’t Japanese because of their natural English sentences.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 21:42:56  ID:cO/FgPXk0.n(6)
>232
I don't think that's rude to ask. Seems perfectly fine to me.
Although I'm not Japanese, and I've been speaking English fluently
for several years so I probably don't count. My fluency has been getting
a little worse lately since I spend a lot of time reading, thinking, and speaking
Japanese, so I'm getting a little rusty at articulating myself in English as good
as I used to.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 21:48:39  ID:/khHG29ea.n(3)
I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
So,take a look at the site.
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 21:49:27  ID:C3J3UOk40.n(4)
>232
If you tell me about you, I will share my information with you

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 21:56:26  ID:/khHG29ea.n(3)
>232
And what kind of person are you?
You're quit fluent at least when taking down.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 22:06:19  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
I've been looking forward to reading this swedish guy's posts lately because I learn a lot from them.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 22:12:11  ID:/khHG29ea.n(3)
>230
I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
So,take a look at the site.
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 22:32:17  ID:C3J3UOk40.n(4)
I hope this brilliant swedish guy will make a handle name and show it whenever he writes here. All his posts are extremely valuable.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 22:39:41  ID:cO/FgPXk0.n(6)
I can't quite tell if you two are being sarcastic or if you genuinely enjoy my posts.
I could make a handle name if you want, but I really don't believe I contribute anything
of value enough to justify putting on a name.
Sure, I'd be happy to answer any questions you have, but I'm not sure if a name is required for that.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 22:40:01  ID:cpz9bKyL0.n(3)
I don’t like his writings because everything seems snobbish and condescending af...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 22:47:40  ID:cO/FgPXk0.n(6)
What about it is condescending? The only condescending or snobbish thing I can recall saying
is me repeating that I speak English fluently, but it's not like I'm trying to brag when I say that.
If you were to tell me "I speak Japanese fluently and think so and so" then I don't see anything
snobbish about that if it's relevant to the conversation.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/25 23:46:34  ID:yTpyMQ920.n(11)
You don't have to sweat the small stuff. Just ignore >241's remarks!
It can't be helped. " So many men, so many minds", as the saying goes.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/25 23:57:22  ID:cpz9bKyL0.n(3)

A typical white ass licker
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/26 00:02:26  ID:i6pNuK8C0.n(6)
>244
Then, what are you?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 00:15:36  ID:7wvD/BR7a.n
i placed an order with amazon for an apple's product though it is not a high-end model.
it's been quite a while since i ordered with them the last time,
and i was stunned to know that now i can pick up the goods at selected convenience stores near my house 7/24...!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 00:24:56  ID:K5yDq3fC0.n(6)
You’re living in the past?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 01:12:12  ID:c4yPw0cma.n
>237
Where is the swedish guy?
What are you getting at?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/26 01:31:26  ID:i6pNuK8C0.n(6)
>248
It was just my guess from a couple of posts which had had certain characteristics peculiar to his writing

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 01:35:52  ID:Fi9/i1Yc0.n(6)
Well, it is me. I'm the Swedish guy.
I think other than me there are probably only two other fluent English speakers
that visit this thread.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 01:37:00  ID:K5yDq3fC0.n(6)
Bragging again? So white...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 02:38:15  ID:TS5SVyK60.n
>212
Which one of the series is the best for you?
I like 7 a lot.

I’ve been into Pocket Camp from どうぶつの森 lately since it released 4 days ago though.
It seems not to have ガチャ feature, which give you random items.
I heard that Hawaii started a talk whether ’loot boxes’ are gambling or not.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/26 14:05:20  ID:CIM6B4560.n(2)
I posted as 232 yesterday and i was sorry to forget putting my information down.
I’m 22years old Japanese student and I enrolled English conversation school.
I want to improve my English skills not only speaking but also writing.
I think thinking things in English even in your daily life is really effective so I’m here to chat with you guys :)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 15:28:12  ID:bE6IJyPza.n
>253
Amyway thinking in english possible for
japanese natives?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 15:59:07  ID:CIM6B4560.n(2)
>254
Personally,yes.
I think translating my native language into other languages what I wanna learn makes some pauses or hesitation when I speak.
But of course,it’s really difficult to think complicated things or something now
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/26 16:02:46  ID:i6pNuK8C0.n(6)
As for me, the more things or topics are complicated, the more likely I think them in Japanese first and then literally translate them into English.
For this reason, I tend to make a lot of English sentences with an abstract noun (S) + to be(V) + an adjecttive (C).

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256 []   投稿日:2017/11/26 17:10:54  ID:i6pNuK8C0.n(6)
If you let me, I'd like to explain about what I mentioned above more specifically.
Please take a look at the following two sentences.
(1) My eyesight is poor
(2) I have poor eyesight.
I've learned a book that we Japanese are prone to compose a sentence like (1)
while most native speakers of English would be likely to say (2)

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257 []   投稿日:2017/11/26 17:18:26  ID:i6pNuK8C0.n(6)
correction learned → learned from

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 17:28:20  ID:Fi9/i1Yc0.n(6)
Both of those sentences are fine, but the tone is somewhat different between the two. "My eyesight is poor" sounds like
a reason or explanation for something (imagine you were to put a し at the end of that sentence) or that you're specifically
focusing on your eyesight, like if a doctor asked you "do you have any physical defects or disabilities?" then it seems like
that sentence would fit right in as an answer. It also feels a little more formal than the second sentence, but maybe that's
just me, and maybe it's just because it admittedly does sound less like what a native would say.

Although to be honest, if someone were to say either to me and I don't know anything about them, I wouldn't think they're
not a native for posting the first sentence, and I'd only even really think about it in a scenario like this when you have 2
sentences that mean the same thing but have slightly different tones to them.

Either way, you could say either sentence and there wouldn't be anything wrong with it. The tone might be slightly different,
but tone and nuance in language is something you won't learn and fully grasp until you're nearly fluent, and at that point it's
all about nailing that last part (tone and nuance) to become a fully fledged fluent speaker.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 17:35:09  ID:XDmcDUGj0.n(2)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 17:40:53  ID:EOdU+K280.n(6)
>255
I think japanese english learner shouldn't
think this kind of issue over and over coz that have no correct answer.
Conversation in english thinks it's ok if the ones in the coversation are able to give and take of information.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 17:56:39  ID:0BpqJth+0.n(6)
>260
Agreed

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 18:06:19  ID:0BpqJth+0.n(6)
>254
It's definitely possible but it would take long time to be actually able to do so
for a person like me who has a mediocre talent in learning languages.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 18:09:14  ID:EOdU+K280.n(6)
>263
Um...
But,does english need such ability for getting better?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 18:12:22  ID:Fi9/i1Yc0.n(6)
How are you supposed to get better at a language if you can't think in the language?
It takes time, but it is necessary to become fluent.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 18:31:49  ID:Gc788hDZ0.n
By the way, would you like a cup of tea?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 19:13:23  ID:K5yDq3fC0.n(6)
No.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 19:24:19  ID:0BpqJth+0.n(6)
>264
No. If you constantly work on, your fluency in english will improve, but
what I meant was there are people who can improve faster than others.
And, the level of fluency I assume is quite high, like working in an environment
where the primary language is English, and not having any major difficulties in
written/oral communications.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 19:29:28  ID:XDmcDUGj0.n(2)
>268
what are you talking about?
stay calm

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 20:17:25  ID:tYxvIjvV0.n(4)
I would prefer coffee.
Recently, it is discovered that drinking coffee has some health benefits.

By the way, I don't what "thiking in English" actually means,
but it is beneficial to keep writing or saying something from the bottom of your heart.
Language is there to convey your thought, thus, keep doing this inevitably lead you to the point that "thinking in English".

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/26 20:23:04  ID:i6pNuK8C0.n(6)
Before complaining to him, you guys should be ashmed of yourself.
Such responses show how little you read materials concerning English on a daily basis. lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 20:23:06  ID:tYxvIjvV0.n(4)
This is kind of abstract thinking, so my massage is that you keep writing what you want.
I'm gonna do same thing.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 20:35:13  ID:EOdU+K280.n(6)
>265
I think getting your sense of direction better is able to be in place of thinking in english offcourse for speak english fluentry.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 20:39:21  ID:K5yDq3fC0.n(6)
>271
You should be ashamed of youself because you even can’t spell “ashmed” correctly lololol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 20:48:58  ID:lknhJqIp0.n(4)
you even can't spell
you can't even spell

Which order is correct?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 20:55:45  ID:K5yDq3fC0.n(6)
Both are okay

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:01:39  ID:lknhJqIp0.n(4)
Thanks.
And, if it would be

Even you can't spell,

the meaning would be different from the both above, right?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:06:05  ID:Fi9/i1Yc0.n(6)
>275
The latter.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:10:55  ID:0BpqJth+0.n(6)
>272
Who is "him"? Me?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:13:36  ID:lknhJqIp0.n(4)
>278
If you are correct, >274 is gonna be a huge asshole cuz he pointed out other's mistake

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:22:34  ID:K5yDq3fC0.n(6)
Pointing out mistakes make me an asshole? Why?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:27:45  ID:Fi9/i1Yc0.n(6)
Fussing over small mistakes when you're not fluent or close to being fluent is pointless.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:28:46  ID:lknhJqIp0.n(4)
You don't even know why? Then you have an answer.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:30:48  ID:EOdU+K280.n(6)
>274
That's not so important.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:34:03  ID:EOdU+K280.n(6)
>266
Tea break.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 21:35:38  ID:EOdU+K280.n(6)
>281
Continue the conversation in other site!

I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
So,take a look at the site.
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 22:51:40  ID:tYxvIjvV0.n(4)
As far as I know, the person has never revealed the gender, so you should avoid assuming one way or the other.

I completly agree that pointing out trival grammatical mistakes are useless or even detrimental,
because people learn a lot from mistakes.
This thread should be the place to write freely without fear of being graded by someone.
There are few places in this society where any kind of mistakes are allowed, but that is not a good thing especially regarding to learning language.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 23:10:21  ID:0BpqJth+0.n(6)
>287
> because people learn a lot from mistakes.
In that case, isn't it necessary for someone to point out these mistakes
(at least if he does it politely unlike the so-called axxhole above)?
Otherwise, you don't realize that you've made mistakes.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 23:20:12  ID:0BpqJth+0.n(6)
In any case, I don't think it necessary to point out these mistakes on this thread.
This is not a thread for that.
If you need any feedback on your writing, you can find more suitable places.
It is evident from our writing that we are non-native writers
who are not really qualified to point out others' mistakes.
Also, to me this is a thread for posting random thoughts without
worrying too much about getting nitpicked in my writing.
(When I post things on SNS, I took much more time even if the post is short).

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 23:23:27  ID:Fi9/i1Yc0.n(6)
I think you could point out someone's mistakes if the other person asks for it.
Alternatively, if you're going to point out someone's mistakes without them asking for it,
you should at least be polite about it. Being nice goes a long way.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 23:24:09  ID:tYxvIjvV0.n(4)
>288
Yes, everyone want to be corrected gently and politely.
I have refered to the person who "attacks" other's mistakes.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 23:43:17  ID:cBulrQ8qp.n
>291
everyone wants *

....lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/26 23:52:31  ID:DvBDhErn0.n
I forget so often where I put my grasses.
It's hard to find it without it.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 00:11:32  ID:yeqf6dk60.n(4)
If you want to have your english corrected, you can describe to that effect in advance.
If no one requests correction, then no one should point out others writing. You got it?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/27 01:13:51  ID:Dq+ONfSm0.n
>294
You must need it..

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 01:34:18  ID:yRqc59w80.n(3)
>292
Is "lol" still a thing people use?
I just don't know as I don't use such retarded expressions.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 01:37:26  ID:yRqc59w80.n(3)
>293
Maybe you are writing it intentionally but
"put my grasses" gave me a smile.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 02:18:34  ID:+InOFXZ10.n(4)
>296
Plenty of people say "lol." It's mostly used sarcastically or pessimistically these days, though.
For example: "I'm not gonna do what you say lol" or "yeah sure you can get a girlfriend lol."
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 03:52:09  ID:yRqc59w80.n(3)
>298
I see.
Since the introduction of emoji
we use these expressions much less often, I guess.

What is the plural for emoji is also a point of controversy for geeks.
I like emoji as a prural form of emoji than emojis,
which sounds unnatural to my native japanese ears.
"Sushis" is not acceptable either.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 03:57:05  ID:kHyvdrEU0.n
i feel loneliness

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 04:02:41  ID:Yg+oATIO0.n
>292
I've never gave you permission to correct my sentence lol.
There is no time to deal with a person like you.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 07:41:35  ID:g7pfk1Kp0.n(4)
>297
then how he has had to say instead of "put"?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 07:44:57  ID:yeqf6dk60.n(4)
>292
Shut your pie hole
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 08:05:03  ID:g7pfk1Kp0.n(4)
>303
the guy is the sae old ひねくれもの
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 08:10:12  ID:yeqf6dk60.n(4)
--People I hate #1--
•People who point out other's mistake suddenly, and try to make you feel like damn ass

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 08:19:22  ID:g7pfk1Kp0.n(4)
the same old*
sorry, i am typing lying on my bed due to 寒さ ヾ(・ω・。*)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 08:52:52  ID:yeqf6dk60.n(4)
Get up right now and go for work like a slave.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 09:07:13  ID:g7pfk1Kp0.n(4)
sorry, i live a leisurely life unlike you♪〜(´ε` )

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 17:56:13  ID:+InOFXZ10.n(4)
Good morning, everyone.
I hope you all have a good day today.
God bless you all.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/27 19:17:20  ID:YmmsP8TE0.n(2)
>309
Thanks for your nice greeting. It's in the evening over here, though.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 19:38:44  ID:3GQhOe4IH.n(4)
>309
What religion are you in?
Just in case.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 19:44:01  ID:+InOFXZ10.n(4)
>311
I'm an atheist but not because I'm anti-god or anything, just because I don't really believe in any deities.
Staunch atheists who go out of their way to argue against religion and saying that god is a ridiculous concept
really piss me off.
I just said "God bless you all" because usually that's a nice thing to say here in the west.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/27 19:45:52  ID:YmmsP8TE0.n(2)
Generally, people wish for only good days although life is made up of verious kinds of days such as nice days, so-so days, bad days hard days.
So, it might be important for you how you should spend the days you don't wish for.
You could be a master of life if you could enjoy even unlucky days.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/27 19:57:23  ID:+InOFXZ10.n(4)
On another note, what do you all think is the hardest part about studying English?
The radically different pronunciation? The spelling of words? The different grammar? Understanding real (as in, outside of textbooks) sentences?
I'm actually really curious about what Japanese people think of English, since there doesn't seem to be that many
Japanese people that are actively learning it, and rarely do you get to hear what they think of it.
And on the contrary, what do you think is the easiest part of the language? Especially in contrast to Japanese.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 20:16:33  ID:3GQhOe4IH.n(4)
>312
I am not trying to get on your nurve.
Don't get me wrong.
Thank you for your God bless!

This thread has a lot of gheeks.So...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 20:35:27  ID:3GQhOe4IH.n(4)
>304
It's called purverse.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 21:02:32  ID:3GQhOe4IH.n(4)
>313
And do you have some knack of spending
that kind of no so fun days?
Interesting.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 22:42:02  ID:+UCygBOna.n
I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
So,take a look at the site.
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 23:07:17  ID:eWPo5EEJp.n(2)
>315
You mean “geeks”?

You are welcome ;))

Lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 23:09:45  ID:1yx9cm620.n
>313
I think comedians have historically made great remarks
with regard to how you should face those "bad" days.

"Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot",
a quote from Chaplin,
and the song "Always look on the bright side of life" from Monty Python
are some of my personal favorites.

The key, obviously, is to focus on what really matters in the long run.
If we could focus solely on the big picture, we would realize that
virtually all the difficulties we face everyday end up to be trivial ones.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 23:13:05  ID:3Ns8yoGL0.n(2)
my gymnic ball used as chair for PC desk splitted today ;;
my weight is over 100kg but not so heavy thinking that the ball made in Italy. ><
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 23:16:51  ID:eWPo5EEJp.n(2)
You fatty :)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/27 23:22:49  ID:3Ns8yoGL0.n(2)
now im fixing the ball by cemedine super x2..

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 00:01:02  ID:YjFSE+N10.n
With all due respect to the superness of the great Cemedine,
it may not be super enough to fix a balance ball...
I simply cannot imagine that it would restore the flexibility needed.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 00:52:16  ID:DaWyGlmDa.n(2)
>320
What a fantastic idea it is!
Moty paython's song.I know that and like it.
The problem we should solve is
how could get the long shot.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 00:53:58  ID:DaWyGlmDa.n(2)
>320
And What a person like a dictionary you are!....Thanx.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 01:01:03  ID:5EFQE0fU0.n
Is there anyone who has been divorced in your life?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 01:42:00  ID:0uS0D2HHH.n
>327
What's the story?

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 02:14:36  ID:JniFlFWW0.n(3)
Hi folks! Sorry, I can't go back through everything I missed for 4 days but if anyone
was looking for me, please let me know!

>321
Did you fall?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 02:26:34  ID:iemH5GkK0.n
>329
It would seem that >212-san was looking for you.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 02:48:03  ID:W9T1MqFt0.n
>329
Fuck off ugly white pig
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 02:50:43  ID:2rm0CraL0.n(3)
>329
no. just heard air leaking and shrinked gradually.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 03:14:14  ID:JniFlFWW0.n(3)
>330
Thanks for your help! You rock dude.

>212
I said I would try to check the thread on my phone over the weekend, but the truth is I've been
kind of down and didn't feel like doing anything, so I didn't make the effort. I hope you had a
good weekend though. For me, it feels a little strange being back at work after 4 days off.
I've never played any Final Fantasy game for more than an hour or two. I've tried 7 and 8 but
I didn't really get into them. How many are there now? 15, 16?

>332
That's less funny but probably better for you. I hope your repair works!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 03:33:48  ID:2rm0CraL0.n(3)
im not sleepy cause i drunk Oolong tea last night...
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 05:59:36  ID:JniFlFWW0.n(3)
>334
Oolong is nice, I should pick some up. I haven't had it in a while. Lately I've been drinking
genmaicha more often. I really enjoy it during the colder part of the year.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 12:59:13  ID:Z48HfVDPH.n(2)
>335
The both are good.
I also personally like Houjicha.
Do you all prefer 日本茶 or coffee?
Anyway teabreak gives us refreshing.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 13:07:51  ID:YlzIlBF60.n(3)
>333
i could fixed the split by silicon polymer, but i cant inflate the ball even though i pumped up at least 100 times...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 13:14:02  ID:YlzIlBF60.n(3)
a complex mechanical strcture may exist inside the ball..

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 13:26:20  ID:Z48HfVDPH.n(2)
>334
I don't think Ooolong makes you staywake up long in the night.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 13:37:36  ID:EdhHJCUPM.n
>331
Don't make a fuss.You're a problem.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 13:53:03  ID:Fpt4oOLL0.n
Oolong is too bitter for me and it makes my throat dry. I prefer grean tea
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 17:30:22  ID:s1hSUxT2M.n
>341
Wait.Gree tea has no sugar too.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 18:49:02  ID:2rm0CraL0.n(3)
non sugar tea is sooo usual in jpn.
i never pour sugar in oolong tea nor green tea. but black tea is good for milk &sugar.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 23:25:08  ID:/yROIMmfH.n
>343
What's black tea?
Can you find out that in convinience store or somewhere ?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/28 23:26:31  ID:YlzIlBF60.n(3)
>344
dont you know 紅茶?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 01:01:03  ID:eSPKlNbua.n
>345
British tea called black tea?Really?

I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
So,take a look at the site.
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 02:50:30  ID:l7TLnci40.n(4)
>337
Maybe a vinyl patch kit?
---

I agree that green tea should mostly be left alone, but I do things to black tea. For example, I like
Assam tea with just a tiny bit of milk and honey. Sometimes I add a little sugar if I make iced
mint tea.

I drink way more tea than coffee, but I have coffee sometimes too. The reasons are different.
Usually I drink tea because I enjoy it, and coffee because I want the caffeine.
Although sometimes I do just enjoy a cup of coffee for its own sake.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 02:54:27  ID:0OSl9QJR0.n
Stink as always
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 03:04:43  ID:Tf1CQEbW0.n(4)
>347
no. i noticed patch kit after seeing your responce now and googled it,
but any pages didnt recommend to use pach kit (originally saled for bicycle punk) for excercise balls (the patch doesnt adhere to the surface of the ball).
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 03:07:59  ID:l7TLnci40.n(4)
>349
Oh well. I guess it's a different type of rubber :(

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 03:09:48  ID:Tf1CQEbW0.n(4)
i think so too.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 03:19:45  ID:Tf1CQEbW0.n(4)
but some pages succeed in by bicycle patch and binder for vinyl chloride.
i may give it a try.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 03:37:38  ID:l7TLnci40.n(4)
>352
Good luck! It might be hard to find something that will work because of the pressure
when you sit on it. I hope you can find a way, instead of buying a new one.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 03:58:18  ID:l7TLnci40.n(4)
>353
I should have said "instead of having to buy a new one."

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 04:06:25  ID:Tf1CQEbW0.n(4)
yes. the pressure of 113kg.. lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 12:54:26  ID:eH/wWjAPaNI
>348
Get lost as always.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2017/11/29 14:29:02  ID:mEL9xVuwz
Does anyone have used 4ch?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/29 20:16:16  ID:Ufuo44cu0NI
I encountered English for the first time when I was in junior high. Looking back on those days, the alphabet whetted my appetite for the language to some degree.
But if I had to say, I didn't want to learn it because the grammar was all Greek to me.
On top of that, I was not an earnest student, so always got an F in English tests.
At that time, I was forced to study English because it was a required subject for entering sinior high and university.

to be continued. ....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/29 23:32:40  ID:M2XQTHH60NI
Don't continue

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 00:26:13  ID:BCwYxDuJa.n
i've got middle-aged and at station, i can't run up stairs to platform
and jump on a train which is about to leave before it closes its doors.
my legs don't move anymore the way i want them to do.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 00:49:54  ID:UD8Yy60mH.n(3)
>360
Do streach a lot everyday.

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 02:57:57  ID:Y/To1hco0.n(2)
>360
I'm only 30 but my knees often hurt, and sometimes it's hard to get up and down.
Recently my elbows have been giving me trouble sometimes too.
Growing up is bullshit.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 03:06:24  ID:CxEEjDVt0.n(3)
Getting stinky as well?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 04:01:17  ID:hVfR3Asx0.n
Same thing could be applied to English.
If you don't use it on a daily basis, it will quickly deteriorate.
Doing some exercise everyday is the only way to keep your health.
But actually it is too cold to do some exercise.

By the way, is there anyone using OK Google features.
It's a little bit weird to talk to your smartphone,
but they even tell a joke when I asked them to talk something interesting. I hope they can be a good partner to train English someday.
For now they have limited capacity to keep conversation. I'm fed up with asking " what time is it now or tell me something interesting".
Still it is a good tool to exercise English skill.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 10:02:19  ID:Z5NKIaoi0.n(2)
>360 jump on a train

I am frightened to hear that.
Because I just have heard of an user of 4ch suffered serious physical injury by "jumped on a train"
The inhabitants of the board who knew the user used that phrase when talking about the accident.
I wonder if "juming on a train"could be used in the either case of 飛び乗る and 飛び込む?

.

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 10:06:04  ID:Y/To1hco0.n(2)
>358
Please continue, I was reading!

>364
You're totally right about practicing language. In English, the expression is "Use it or lose it," and I
have seen it myself. I studied Japanese for 4 years and I never got to be fluent but I could get along
very well and hold a conversation in Japanese. But I have barely used it in ten years so I often
forget simple words.

As for Google Now, I agree it always feels weird talking to my electronics. I never thought about
using that to practice English though. That seems like a good idea but I guess you're right,
there isn't much variety that it can say.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/30 11:57:42  ID:yIejwTMod.n
Unko tinko manko
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 13:28:58  ID:CxEEjDVt0.n(3)
Unko means pussy.
Manko means poo.

New words for gaijins.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/30 15:00:01  ID:+tdttzsn0.n
hello everyone,how's it goin'???
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 15:34:52  ID:UD8Yy60mH.n(3)
>367
Undo such post.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 15:35:33  ID:UD8Yy60mH.n(3)
>369
It's cloudy here.
Dark mind!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/11/30 17:18:31  ID:jxhGJSPf0.n
♫ When I was young, I'd listen to the radio waitin' for my favorite songs ♫

There were two events waiting for me to make a complete turnaround in my life. What if I had not come across that song back then? Probably I wouldn't have been involved in Englsh for this very long.
It happened this way. After going into senior high, I met knid of a strange teacher whose appearance looks like Shimoda Kageki. Do you happen to know of him?
Anyway, he was an English teacher and asked us students to bring our favorite record to school at the first English class.

to be continued....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 18:01:58  ID:Md3hUrTmp.n
>372
Yesterday once more right?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 19:36:46  ID:3E6js+izM.n
>372
Carry on please.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 20:08:43  ID:TLs1iUgr0.n
>362
Then...

I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
So,take a look at the site.
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 20:10:24  ID:ZnUBRW2E0.n
i dont fix the ball anymore
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 20:25:51  ID:PY1dlvfqa.n
>363
You'd better go away.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 20:56:58  ID:CxEEjDVt0.n(3)
I have a gaijin phobia. It can’t be helped.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/11/30 21:30:19  ID:Z5NKIaoi0.n(2)
>377
maybe he works for hire
he is here everyday
most people can not do like what he is doing on a whim
it's the same with "Let's Talk about Political Issues"thread on this board
everyitime I post there, someone always disturb me with meaningless post

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 00:36:07  ID:+pehdaoya.n
i am thinking about signing up and taking part in some online game, say, fantasy world game.
i am being a bit tired of working at the office and being myself everyday.
i want to enjoy another me in a completely another world such as a wizard
who can heal injured village people or attack evil monsters with its special magics.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 00:39:04  ID:uLhWMYGb0.n(3)
I recommend splatoon 2

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 01:24:12  ID:RKGjHmRe0.n(3)
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        ヾ;;:::::::::   /     ヽ:.::::::::::::r,、::::::.: ノ!
            `ー‐'i''´          `''-;;::::::::.:;;;;:-'' ノ

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 01:27:53  ID:RKGjHmRe0.n(3)
This above is called AA, standing for ascii art.
This is one of the most influencing japanese cultures. Few people can do this meticulous job in Japan.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 02:57:41  ID:U2RevE4N0.n(2)
>376
I'm sorry it didn't work out. Will your work replace it, or would you have to spend
your own money if you want a new one?

>383
Anyone can copy and paste though ;)

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 02:58:35  ID:U2RevE4N0.n(2)
>384
Oh, I guess I proved myself wrong. Mine didn't work lol.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 03:00:42  ID:uLhWMYGb0.n(3)
Gaijin alert
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 07:55:56  ID:a2YGFZz+H.n(2)
>383
I don't think it's most influential.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 07:57:05  ID:a2YGFZz+H.n(2)
>386
Alert for you to other ones.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 14:06:57  ID:020i2wVhH.n
>383
English speaking people also have ascii art, but the two have some major differences.
English ascii art usually only makes use of the original extended ascii character set in a mono-width font while the Japanese AA can use a wide range of characters from a Gothic style font.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 17:08:20  ID:fr8nIakJH.n(4)
>389
Do you know the fact that NSA had an anlyse on AA before?
They were trying to reveal a seacret code in that.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 18:14:31  ID:fr8nIakJH.n(4)
>331
You're very ugry aren't you?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:02:05  ID:0CaAoJ6M0.n(7)
I have a question.
I forgot what you say in English when you imply the sexual organ indirectly like あそこ.
Thank you in advance for your response.
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391 []   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:04:02  ID:0CaAoJ6M0.n(7)
correction
how you say it in English

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:07:19  ID:YGYOJyR10.n(5)
>392
I believe "my you-know-what" will work if it's otherwise clear you're talking about your genitals.
I can't really think of any other ones at the moment. Why would you want to indirectly talk about
genitals, anyway? In casual conversations you can just straight up say it without problems, while
in more formal settings (e.g. news or medical reports) they usually use specific terms, ranging from
as blunt as penis/vagina to sexual organ(s) or genitals.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:32:37  ID:rSy3+viGp.n(2)
I feel really bad and good about bald people lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:38:41  ID:0CaAoJ6M0.n(7)
>392
That's it! The word " you know what " is exactly what I was looking for.
You see, I chatted with a person from Brazil in a chat room today.
He (or she) told me that he is studying Japanese now and in the course of our conversation, he asked me if there were dirty words even in Japanese.
And I said, " Of course! Do you happen to know みみずせんびき?"
Next time when I see him, I'm going to explain what it is like, but am afraid of my being indecent if I use the word " penis" bluntly. lol

For your reference, みみずせんびき consists of two words, that is to say, みみず and せんびき.
みみずmeans earthworm, and せんびき, one thousand, respectively.
You know, it represents a type of women'e sex organ with which you can savor a kind of sensation as if one thousand of worms are moving inside it when you insert
your penis into it.
Did I make myself understood?
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395 []   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:40:22  ID:0CaAoJ6M0.n(7)
correction >392>394

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:50:10  ID:YGYOJyR10.n(5)
>396
>but am afraid of my being indecent if I use the word " penis" bluntly. You don't need to worry about that at all.
While I can't speak for the whole world, let alone Brazilians (I'm not Brazilian, so) I don't think there's any
problem with using the word "penis" when defining a phrase or word. Some people take offense to swears that
mean penis (like dick, cock, etc.) but penis is fine. If you want to say it less bluntly but more matter-of-factly,
you can just say "male genitals."

>Did I make myself understood?
I understood the words but not the meaning of them. It's a woman's sex organ that feels disgusting to insert your
penis into? I assume this is a slang word? Then you should state it at the start so it becomes easier to understand
that you're defining a word that may not necessarily make sense, just like how "creampie" (中出し) might not
make sense to an English learner if it isn't explained that it's a slang word.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:51:05  ID:YGYOJyR10.n(5)
>398
Whoops, "You don't need to worry about that at all." was supposed to be on the next row.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:54:02  ID:rSy3+viGp.n(2)
Austkoreans are so disgusting!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/01 19:54:02  ID:RKGjHmRe0.n(3)
AA stands for ass anal

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/01 20:35:50  ID:0CaAoJ6M0.n(7)
>398
Yeah it is one of slang words when you call what is called 名器 in Japanese.
Disappointingly, I don't know what it is called in English, but the meaning is tatally opposite to your speculation.
It feels as if you are on cloud nine when inserting your penis into it.
I've realized how hard it is when you explain about Japanese words to people from abroad. !!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 20:51:28  ID:fr8nIakJH.n(4)
>402
You're really disgusting.
Put yourself out of here very soon.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 20:57:56  ID:YGYOJyR10.n(5)
>402
Ah, I should have taken the clue that it was a good feeling from the fact you used the
word "savor" but I was unsure if that's the nuance you were going for.
>I've realized how hard it is when you explain about Japanese words to people from abroad. !!
Don't worry, there are words in all languages that are difficult to describe the exact meaning
of in other languages. I don't know for sure, but I think that "awkward" would be hard
to accurately describe in Japanese, since it can be used for all kinds of situations. 違和感 might
be the closest approximation.

Anyway, if I understood right, then if you'd like to describe that word to that Brazilian person,
I'd describe it as: "it refers to a pleasurable feeling that feels like "one thousand earthworms
wriggling around inside of it," when inserting ones penis into the vagina of a woman who
possesses such a vagina."
But I'm not entirely sure if that's right since I don't know the exact meaning and it seems like
something very hard to describe. Also, at least here in the west, we don't really like the idea
of something feeling like a ton of earthworms wriggling around on top of our penis, so even if
it does feel really good, it might still sound disgusting no matter how you try to word it.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 21:00:03  ID:uLhWMYGb0.n(3)
>402
I literally loled. Thank you

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 21:19:33  ID:RryzEdsn0.n
>403
i think he does it on purpose
a kind of troll
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 22:19:36  ID:fr8nIakJH.n(4)
>406
Get out!


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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/01 23:04:57  ID:0CaAoJ6M0.n(7)
>404
Thank you for your advice, but I've changed my mind not to do such a childish behavior. lol
I took this oppotunity to look into what the word "mimizu senbiki" is derived from.
According to Google, it is a type of vagina who has a lot of folds inside it.
In short, " a lot of folds " is likend to " mimizu senbiki",but as you said, it might be an analogy which get across to only Japanese people.
By the way, there were a few words in your posting I've never made use of, so I'll copy them by hand later.
You posts are really useful for my English study! Thanks a million!

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407 []   投稿日:2017/12/01 23:09:48  ID:0CaAoJ6M0.n(7)
correction
who has → which has

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/01 23:57:04  ID:YGYOJyR10.n(5)
You're welcome. I have a really bad habit of getting sidetracked and/or saying too much, though.
Not many people want to read a long post in a language they aren't comfortable speaking.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/02 02:02:04  ID:lce3nf08x.n
japan, poland, senegal, colmbia.
do you know what this mean?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 02:04:48  ID:vBFNi0vM0.n(2)
japan will lose.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 02:05:56  ID:eCvbGp0H0.n
ping pong world cup? Group Z?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 02:49:27  ID:A+vyV8Ti0.n(3)
It’s about time that gaijin show up! Prepare yourself, everybody!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 07:12:14  ID:62aAQds80.n
I love gaijin. Gaijin come on. Fuck me.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 13:02:39  ID:E1DliYe1H.n(2)
Do you have a 英会話喫茶 which you can recommend?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 13:29:57  ID:E1DliYe1H.n(2)
>414
You came up.Disaster.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 14:06:01  ID:A+vyV8Ti0.n(3)
Disaster? Good for you! Diasaster is such a big word for you lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 20:26:15  ID:gp/DcVEi0.n
>411
I just hope they somehow clinch enough victories and go to the tournament. I don't wish for more.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 22:08:38  ID:iPJw555BH.n
>417
Get lost!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 22:58:47  ID:XH77nVYeM.n
>414
Prepare to go to

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 23:01:40  ID:vBFNi0vM0.n(2)
when cooking fish on winter, you should put it into soup/鍋.
deepfry/meuniere is not volumy and less vegetable.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/02 23:42:47  ID:A+vyV8Ti0.n(3)
I’m making karaage chickens right now.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/03 00:14:52  ID:UsIdBF/jH.n(2)
>422
Sounds so delicious.
Really want to eat it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/03 00:53:37  ID:P5R1hyq+x.n
Yesterday I went to a fuking cheap Izakaya. Karage and highball cost only 150 and 100 yen respectively. When I bite one of that karaage, I noticed that inside was kind of reddish.
I thought it was not completely cooked but I didn't care about it and eat it because I was drunk.
Sure enough, this morning I almost died. I was in the toilet for 2 hours. My stomach is still fucking hurting. I will never go to indecent Izakaya.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/03 02:33:55  ID:ft0CVYYX0.n(2)
>425
You should take care of yourself and have a good night’s sleep
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/03 02:41:55  ID:MQKR8J5jH.n
>423
Ohh... that reminded me of another one of
my years-long questions.
Does anyone here know General Tso's Chicken?
I think it is widely, if not universally, available
in Chinese restaurants in the US,
but is nowhere to be found in Japan.
I even doubt that there is an official Japanese
translation for the dish, and I find it very weird that
what seemed to be a very popular Chinese dish
over there has virtually no presence whatsoever in Japan.
Any ideas, folks?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/03 12:35:53  ID:ft0CVYYX0.n(2)
Maybe the owner hates Japan. You see, it’s Chinese

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/03 15:49:51  ID:UsIdBF/jH.n(2)
>426
I have never heard the name of dish.
Maybe that doesn't famouse in Japan.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/03 23:11:54  ID:RyoDR4450.n
>415

Gaijin be able to post too.

I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 00:14:39  ID:JycgiF/d0.n(4)
Is it weird that I have not liked anyone in my whole life yet? I’m 27 years old.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 00:47:47  ID:akd11M1/0.n(3)
>431
You could be what's called "asexual," but if you have sex drive, then you are not.

Some asexual people have slight sex drive, though.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 01:49:31  ID:JycgiF/d0.n(4)
>432
I have some sex drive but watching porn meets my sex drive.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 02:05:17  ID:akd11M1/0.n(3)
>433
Then, maybe you're not asexual.
If you're interested, you can do some research about asexual and see if you
fit the description of the trait.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 02:18:43  ID:akd11M1/0.n(3)
Some say Avs are one of the reasons for the low birthrate. I wonder it that's true.
Surely, AV actresses are more beautiful than most of the girls you see in your
daily life.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 03:05:08  ID:VtFpOHHA0.n(2)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 08:05:45  ID:ADqR6UeSa.n
>436
i guess it is not good for your stomach.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 08:11:32  ID:VtFpOHHA0.n(2)
>384
i got new one already.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/04 11:43:19  ID:+ZeXbA970.n(2)
>435
Maybe, but even if so, I think it is a minor reason.
I've heard Miyadai Shinji, who is a famous sociologist, developping his arugument why pornographic animation
has been popular with quite a lot of young men since around the 90's
According to him, many of them have been diappointed in girls in real life situations.
As a result, they have been seeking for virtual girls who are match for their ideals.
I think it has some bearing on what you say.

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438 []   投稿日:2017/12/04 12:18:32  ID:+ZeXbA970.n(2)
correction  diappointed→ disappointed
I have a bad habit of not making sure if there are any spelling mistakes in my writing before posting.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 12:47:47  ID:ypf9PsDGH.n(5)
>430
I don't think so.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 12:57:47  ID:ypf9PsDGH.n(5)
>434
That's not majority reason I think.
Just a hunch.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 13:10:46  ID:ypf9PsDGH.n(5)
>435
Is this famouse topping all of Kokoichi?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 14:00:22  ID:JycgiF/d0.n(4)
My fave toppings at kokoichi are cheese and spinach. And spicy level is 2 to 4.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 15:30:21  ID:jpGAmNod0.n(2)
Two days ago I went drinking with my friend and I drank way too much again.
I ended up being horribly sick all of yesterday and vomiting 11 times.
My friend was really drunk too and ended up tripping on his way home and when
he woke up yesterday he said he had split his lip and had bled a lot without even
knowing it. We both need to get ourselves in order.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 15:41:02  ID:ypf9PsDGH.n(5)
>444
Wow.11times! What a vomitter!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 15:42:23  ID:ypf9PsDGH.n(5)
>445
Kokoichi get so much attension anyway.
Why?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 17:09:05  ID:sHhAMPoh0.n
Not kokoichi
It is cocoichi

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 17:15:14  ID:gghazZDkp.n
>446
Spicy level 2 to 3 is not that spicy though? In my experience, you can not appreciate food if you order above 5.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 17:45:59  ID:jpGAmNod0.n(2)
>446
Yep. Happens when I drink too much without filtering out with any water.
My body feels sick and poisoned, so I should drink some water to filter out the
alcohol. But if I drink anything I vomit it back up and get dehydrated.
It's like my body is trying to kill me.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 23:25:32  ID:BDN+UywfH.n(2)
>449
Do you need being spicy for the curry al ways?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 23:41:53  ID:BDN+UywfH.n(2)
Don't you think english speaker in Japan
need to set up an association for progress?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/04 23:44:01  ID:JycgiF/d0.n(4)
>451
I like spicy curry. So I always order 2辛.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 00:36:53  ID:bXHpKbMga.n(2)
it's december and i need to prepare new year's greeting postcards.
in recent years, just emailing my acquaintances or contacting my friends via LINE on january 1 has been enough,
but even so, i feel i need to send the postcards to some people.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 00:39:38  ID:bXHpKbMga.n(2)
and the christmas is coming in december, too.
many people should enjoy this big event by doing this or that,
but i can't remember the last time i prepared for and celebrated it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 00:42:32  ID:pFc9/7iZ0.n(2)
You should enjoy it too.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 01:33:25  ID:F+ojVzlUH.n
>454
Post card.
Sounds so nice.
It's interesting that post isn't old meangless thing yet.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 02:28:42  ID:u4X41Dvb0.n(2)
>427
I'm pretty sure that most things you'd find at a Chinese restaurant in America,
aren't actually Chinese at all. That's probably why you don't see them in other countries.

If you go to a Chinese restaurant, do you feel like what you are eating is really what someone
else would be eating across the sea of Japan? I accept that it's basically "pretend Chinese."

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 02:29:50  ID:u4X41Dvb0.n(2)
>457
I don't know if it's true, but I heard that the main thing keeping the postal system
going in America, is all the constant junk mail that companies send everyone everyday.
It's strange that something nobody wants is paying for such a useful service.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 02:37:18  ID:yFxa4XG10.n(2)
>427
ツォ将軍のチキン

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 02:43:17  ID:pFc9/7iZ0.n(2)
The stinky gaijin again. It should be put in a gas chamber with its wife together.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 11:53:37  ID:huTN+FYTH.n
>461
You should get lost.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 13:16:49  ID:5Od6wlNO0.n(2)
>459
I get many direct mails everyday
I'm sure to trush them without reading
Maybe every mail must have cost about \ 500 or more
waste of resources
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 13:23:59  ID:5Od6wlNO0.n(2)
>461
are you a member of VANK
go home!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/05 18:01:58  ID:yqJB/81zx.n
uwoooooo

habu win!

hi is the KING again!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/05 20:59:30  ID:yFxa4XG10.n(2)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/05 21:12:19  ID:dDLlXSma0.n
chigaudaro hage
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 01:51:08  ID:1BQCvwDa0.n(2)
>467
Be more sensitive.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 01:58:48  ID:1BQCvwDa0.n(2)
>466
The one ,is broadcasting this one, is
at the same time trying to ruin the world.

Stop such leftwing kind atitude.

Really disgusting.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 02:04:13  ID:RNxk8zXB0.n(6)
Your English is more disgusting lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 02:07:46  ID:RNxk8zXB0.n(6)
Seems like there is a wildfire in California again? Hopefully the usual annoying gaijin and its wife would be burned to death together lololol
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 03:54:30  ID:Yg/MrFGp0.n(2)
>471
I always ignore the racist comments but that's not really funny. 180 square km have burned, 150
buildings have been destroyed, 27,000 had to evacuate and almost 200,000 people don't have
power.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 04:11:43  ID:Yg/MrFGp0.n(2)
>471
By the way, you want to say "the usual annoying gaijin and HIS wife," not "its" wife.
We don't use the indefinite article "it" when referring to people very much. It's better
to use "his/her." Or if you aren't being specific about the gender, then "their" is good.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 04:15:21  ID:s3lmMkXga.n
>471
Burned you is what the world waiting for.
You know.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 09:21:35  ID:yJ7CyMFCH.n
>472
I guess you need another message board for your unlimited chatting desire.
So,why don't you take a look at the site?
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 13:15:58  ID:RNxk8zXB0.n(6)
>473
What are you talking about? You are not human. You don’t deserve his or her because you are a human looking animal lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 18:26:54  ID:PnmMeiPXa.n
is there someone who can explain why old 5-story towers at japanese famous temples stood still
while modern buildings/houses broke and collapsed when large scaled earthquakes happened in japan in 1995 or 2011?
the towers should've been built more than 1,000 years ago and the materials used should mainly be wood,
not iron or steel or carbon fiber!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/06 18:52:23  ID:BMjfoiHr0.n(3)
>477
I don't know why, but even judging from a layman's view, your comment sounds a lit strange to me.
That's because the softer substances are, the more likey they absorb shocks.

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477 []   投稿日:2017/12/06 19:05:26  ID:BMjfoiHr0.n(3)
correction lit → bit , likey → likely
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/06 19:17:29  ID:BMjfoiHr0.n(3)
Could you do me a favor?
Please take a glance at a thread titled " 英作の添削してちょ” and correct my translation if you have a spare time
You can find original Japanese scripts for it if you look up above.
Thanks in advance!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 20:58:46  ID:5SrVoqHu0.n(3)
>476
Get lost.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 20:59:46  ID:5SrVoqHu0.n(3)
Let's talk about cocoichi again.
That's so fun.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 21:01:34  ID:5SrVoqHu0.n(3)
>463
Are you reading the whole of mail?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 22:12:00  ID:/JvB1RFb0.n(3)
>461>471
i think this board prohibits individual menace.
your postings are enough to be reported to police, you should refrain it or you might be put into jail.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 22:17:06  ID:RNxk8zXB0.n(6)
So many gaijin lovers. Pathetic
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 22:20:13  ID:/JvB1RFb0.n(3)
you are a shameful being

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 22:38:36  ID:RNxk8zXB0.n(6)
I’m shameful? What about your English? So shameful...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 22:56:08  ID:jB3z6pCv0.n
>476
maybe you are a stinking pervert who is disliked even by your wife,
you, poor castaway, get lost!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 23:04:47  ID:RNxk8zXB0.n(6)
“Get lost” is the trending phrase in this thread? ....lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 23:17:40  ID:P/NZQoQ+0.n
"Get lost" sounds wierd to me. I would say "get out of here" or just "go away" instead
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/06 23:38:15  ID:/JvB1RFb0.n(3)
>487
you should realize your aggressive personality spoils your english skill.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 00:45:35  ID:DhKorZbt0.n(4)
>485
Idiot or insane.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 00:51:54  ID:DhKorZbt0.n(4)
>490
That's my free.
None of your bussiness.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 00:54:10  ID:DhKorZbt0.n(4)
>489
Very right.
It's trending.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 00:58:58  ID:DhKorZbt0.n(4)
Sorry for multi.

But,I like to get this one.

http://www.ichibanya.co.jp/menu/detail.html?id=435

little bit expensive I feel.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 01:21:22  ID:L/j1Gp0P0.n(3)
>490
Get lost!
〈俗〉(消え)うせろ!/どこかへ行け!/あっちへ行け!/向こうへ行け!/さっさと(出て)行け!
/邪魔するな!◆Go away.と同じ意味だが、より荒っぽい表現。

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/07 01:28:30  ID:EFSigUj6x.n
learnning English is hard espacially for japanese like myself
because English and japanese language are completly different each other,
and thats why we English learner are easily got mentally ill.
no wonder this thread is fulled with lots of jerks and morran. we are frustrated.
despite of the fact that we japanese have been studying english from junior high to college for about 10years,
we cant talk with english speakers and scaerd about talking to them.
its not worth it . its not fair. i want more simple world.
i am thirsty, i sqwash lemon, i got lemoneed. i am happy. something like that.
but reallity is thatno matter how many lemons i spwash,
my glass is empty. only couple of lemon seeds are in my glass.
so that sometimes i think that waht i am sqweezing is not lemmon, but tennis ball.
im sad. my hart is broken,
its like ellepfant trying to fly like a bird.
if that kind of ellepfant out there, i willing to buy him a airline ticket and let him fly all over the world.
because i can tell his hopeless and agny.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 01:31:23  ID:L/j1Gp0P0.n(3)
So, again

Get lost >487
Shame on you!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 01:59:24  ID:CJuRPH5R0.n
>498
Why on earth should I be ashamed of myself? Enlighten me please? Lol
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 02:38:52  ID:vSurp9bj0.n
>476
In that case, it is actually appropriate to use "it" because when you say that, you
are basically taking away my humanity so I know you are trying to be insulting.
So good job! I just wanted to make sure you were doing it deliberately.

>479
I assumed "lit" was supposed to be "little" and it still worked perfectly.

>480
Are you talking to me? I can't promise I'll have time but I'll try to take a look!

>490
All of them are fine. "Get lost" has the most aggressive feeling, but it's still relatively mild. If you really
wanted to be mean, "fuck off" is the way to go.

>495
That looks tasty, but I agree it seems a bit pricey.

>497
Your post has some mistakes but I can understand you perfectly. What's stopping you from going
and talking to people in English more often? Is that what you want?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 11:15:04  ID:L/j1Gp0P0.n(3)
>499
Just watch yourself, you skunk.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 21:19:44  ID:k/WO5KeCa.n
i want to quit my job as i am not suitable for it.
i have to grudge my teeth and admit that i am almost incompetent.
i am unwilling to leave the company before finding the next job but i can not take it anymore.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/07 23:56:51  ID:Ddp8Rt700.n
Why don't you work at mcdonald? You can take advantage of your english skill.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 00:02:19  ID:lGvyxhLU0.n(2)
can the skill make use at mcdonald?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 02:05:22  ID:9WL4z8u20.n(2)
7dbd-EIN2
This one keeps writing mean comments.
This should have better things to do rather than posting nasty things.
Also 57bd-kURK must be the same one.
How can one write such rude comments?It' completely beyond comprehension.
This should think whether it can say same things in front of the person before posting.
Anonymity reveals your traits, so this should reflect on itself by revisiting its previous comments.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 02:14:32  ID:4T9ApVzf0.n(6)
Someone is so angry. Is this called 火病 or something? Better see a doctor, sir!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [same]   投稿日:2017/12/08 02:34:04  ID:9WL4z8u20.n(2)
Same 57bd.
You are the same thing, aren't you?
I've directed you to reflect on your comments rather than writing meaningless things.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 02:36:43  ID:lGvyxhLU0.n(2)
>505
i think he had been abused his english by some gaijin.
so revenging at online.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 03:58:55  ID:xgPlie+0H.n(2)
>501
You need to watch yourself actually.lol.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 04:02:44  ID:xgPlie+0H.n(2)
The thread has someone don't like Gaijin.
But,why he speaks english?
Don't you think so?

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 04:12:59  ID:EGHMxmqY0.n(5)
This is one of the things I love about this website compared to most American ones.
On this board, everyone agrees that there is no place for people to troll and be mean.
I've grown up living with this kind of thing. It's just water off a duck's back. It means nothing to me,
I just ignore him. But I love that everyone else also generally ignores him. Or if you do speak up,
you all are talking about how it's not appropriate, instead of just insulting him back. That's what would
probably happen on an American board.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 08:21:36  ID:EGHMxmqY0.n(5)
This is a K-Pop group singing in Japanese. I was wondering what you guys think of
their pronunciation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gzadsYCB7c
To my ears, it sounds pretty good.
By the way, isn't Nishikawa old enough to be those girls' dad?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 08:43:51  ID:4T9ApVzf0.n(6)
Such a stinky cheap comment from the stinky gaijin. Worse than kimchi stinky Koreans or what?!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 08:52:09  ID:eMrojVpV0.n(3)
>511
I love your insightful opinion. You are so nice.
>512
Thanks for sharing such a valuable video.
>513
Fuck off

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 08:57:19  ID:4T9ApVzf0.n(6)
Ew someone is into K-Poop? I bet it is Korean...so gross..

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 09:11:36  ID:hz+bqJmFH.n(2)
>513
No room for you.
Get lost.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 09:22:23  ID:4T9ApVzf0.n(6)
I like it when you guys say “get lost”. They just want to say newly learned phrases right? Lol
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 09:24:52  ID:EGHMxmqY0.n(5)
>517
Doesn't everyone like new phrases? Here's another option for everyone.
In England, they say "bugger off." It means the same thing, but it isn't used in America.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 09:31:37  ID:hz+bqJmFH.n(2)
What is there behind the insident of Koto Tokyo shrine?
Strange homiside.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 10:00:31  ID:EGHMxmqY0.n(5)
>519
I just searched to see what you meant. Holy crap, that's nuts!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 10:23:56  ID:4T9ApVzf0.n(6)
>518
Fuck off. Ugly white pig
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 11:00:29  ID:EGHMxmqY0.n(5)
>521
That's a good one too! Unfortunately, "fuck off" is the strongest version I can think of.
There are other ways to tell someone to get lost, but they're more complicated.
You might want to try switching up the insults though. If you repeat the same things, it becomes
less effective.
Plus, if you really want to offend someone, you should try to be specific. If you insult
my culture, it doesn't really bother me because it's too vague.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 14:49:37  ID:qZcx7GPZ0.n
>521
Stop it here.You're ugry.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 15:26:41  ID:1MLe9dbJM.n(2)
Cocoichi.You love it?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 15:31:08  ID:1MLe9dbJM.n(2)
This thread don't accept geek sniffer.
(嗅ぎ野郎)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 17:46:15  ID:4T9ApVzf0.n(6)
>525
*doesn’t




......lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 21:10:39  ID:yeJkRv0o0.n(4)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 22:03:51  ID:vrTE6Qgua.n(2)
it's a bit too cold even in my room tonight
so i couldn't help but turn on the air conditioner.
maybe on the evening of the 24th, it'll be far colder in my room where i will be alone.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 22:13:24  ID:yeJkRv0o0.n(4)
it is 17℃ in my room.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 22:14:27  ID:vrTE6Qgua.n(2)
today, my boss handed envelopes to me and my co-workers one by one.
you know, a paper was inside each envelope and you could tell by the paper
how much money you earned as a seasonal bonus.
i have carried mine with me but i haven't opened it yet because i am afraid to know the amount i got.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 22:17:05  ID:yeJkRv0o0.n(4)
i think you get 200 man yen.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 22:19:13  ID:eMrojVpV0.n(3)
I am so excited. Do you know why?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 22:23:09  ID:yeJkRv0o0.n(4)
your penis head was exposed.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/08 22:57:39  ID:eMrojVpV0.n(3)
Exactly

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 00:41:33  ID:46VGrFU7H.n(3)
>533
How come you think so?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 00:43:10  ID:46VGrFU7H.n(3)
>526
You're very laughing matter.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 00:59:52  ID:46VGrFU7H.n(3)
>533
You want to give a caution?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 01:08:48  ID:mbsgRq2w0.n(2)
It is too funny that whenever I speak English, people tell me that I don't have a japanese accent. So I respond like "then which country accent do I have?"
But they answer like "I don't know. Your accent is not like that japanese people have, anyway"

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 01:14:31  ID:mbsgRq2w0.n(2)
I don't know why I don't have a japanese accent even though my first language is japanese and I was born and raised up in Japan.
Besides, I have never tried to imitate American accent or British accent or Aussie accent.
It seems I have my original accent that nobody has.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 01:26:15  ID:BYcKAQ0G0.n(2)
>522
I'm just wondering how "go fly a kite" sounds? Is it used mainly by old people?

>512
Yes, the Korean girls' Japanese sound natural, but you might have a different impression
when they speak Japanese in conversation.
He is the their dads' age. To think many men these days get married in their thirties, though,
he would be a pretty young dad for them.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 01:35:31  ID:Y2rS9BYF0.n
i need human warmth rather than cyber sales...
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 02:12:27  ID:MbYAPvj00.n
>527
Do you mean because that sauce is for chicken?

>530
I get a bonus on the 15th. It's supposed to be somewhere between 1-5% of my salary,
I heard. So, that's $360-1800. It's not a ton, probably just work out to an extra paycheck.
Still, I'm excited to see. I've never worked somewhere that gave that kind of bonus before.

>540
To me that one feels kind of old-fashioned. I think most people would understand your intent
if you said that, but they might not take it very seriously.
I can understand what you mean about the girls' Japanese. It can be easier to hide an accent
when you're singing.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 02:27:08  ID:25qcvR0yH.n(3)
>541
Sorry?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 02:28:17  ID:25qcvR0yH.n(3)
>539
Are you basically in what accent when speak english?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 02:44:46  ID:BYcKAQ0G0.n(2)
>542
OK. Thanks for your reply about the idiom.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 03:16:23  ID:25qcvR0yH.n(3)
>526
Come come.


I guess you need another message board for your unlimited chatting desire.
So,why don't you take a look at the site?
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/09 23:40:33  ID:SrdQG/NsH.n
Longtime no post.

What's up here?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/10 01:29:49  ID:1xflRY7c0.n
Nothing special has happend
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/10 09:28:36  ID:f8F7iXew0.n
What's going on in the UK?
Northern Ireland will have no hard border with the south, at the same time they will have no regulatory differences with the other parts of the UK.
This effectively means that the UK stays in the EU at least economically, doesn't it?
So they are going to pay money for EU just to control the number of immigrants?
I cannot understand what they are trying to achieve with huge amount of time and efforts exhausted.
Sovereignty might be the issue, but do people still have same opinion they've shown in the referendum?
If they take a vote at the final stage of brexit, it seems better to hold another referendum now to save time.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/10 13:24:54  ID:5FMlyLPHH.n
>549
I guess you don't see referendum again
in custom.Anyway.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/10 15:37:50  ID:/F4T+vA50.n
PEACE

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 00:10:25  ID:1K/C992SM.n
>548
The sunday has a fewer post than others.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 00:34:23  ID:OmkXgVRpa.n(2)
i decided to sell my laptop pc that i formerly used.
so i contacted a recycling company to ask for the quote to see how much they can pay for the pc.
it was more than a couple of weeks ago and i haven't got a reply from them since then.
they seem to be famous in the industory but what the heck is going on...no reply? no way!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/11 00:58:53  ID:ZrZwJvrJ0.n(2)
Let me guess... it’s hard off right?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 01:03:36  ID:OmkXgVRpa.n(2)
>555
no, it's "ごみパソ(garbage pcs)".

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 03:55:53  ID:NbzJC12kH.n
>553
Sell on ヤフオク.
Then no problem.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 08:56:40  ID:t8TkJ59ZH.n
>549
By the way how about Scotland's favour
for staying with EU.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 22:16:33  ID:4sfR7DSiM.n
I feel Gaijin loves 鳥貴族.
Ya 鳥貴族 taste's not so bad.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 22:18:29  ID:mu321z1t0.n
fire disaster in california is so harsh.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/11 22:27:17  ID:ZrZwJvrJ0.n(2)
It’s karma!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 23:54:19  ID:nWF6KZe+0.n
I remember jook live in California. I hope he is alright
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/11 23:56:20  ID:oYoeUe37a.n
around me, no one talks about iphone8 or iphoneX.
i have never seen iphoneX yet.
it sold less than apple had expected didn't it?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 00:00:09  ID:yIDTirDna.n(2)
i will have a job interview the day after tomorrow
but i haven't studied the company or thought about how i would present myself.
the reputation of the company on internet websites is quite bad
and it makes me reluctant to work on it.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 00:02:34  ID:yIDTirDna.n(2)
oops it is past midnight which means i will have a job interview tomorrow, not the day after tomorrow...

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 02:19:23  ID:VaWXoE4Y0.n(4)
>558
I had to put that in a translator, and it said "bird aristocracy" so I still don't know what you mean.

>559 >561
Thanks for your concern guys. Everything is fine where I am, the fires aren't too nearby. The air
has been really dry, and sometimes it gets smoky outside if the wind blows my way. But I'm
not very close to where the fires actually are. Here is where I am: https://i.imgur.com/6O28wxa.png

>562
I'm an android fanboy so I don't really pay attention to Apple. I don't know how the sales of the X
have been, but I can say my coworker got one and she really likes it.

>563
I hope everything turns out ok!
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 02:20:44  ID:VaWXoE4Y0.n(4)
>565
Ignore all the little yellow things with stars, in the big map. Those are just places
I saved on google, not the fires.

567
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 05:13:45  ID:/KgudwIs0.n
>557
Things seem to go the way they want it to.
>565
I've also searched the term and it might be bar catering grilled chicken.

I hope the wild fire will soon be put out.

568
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 08:00:53  ID:bEu3kZuB0.n

569
jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 10:23:12  ID:VaWXoE4Y0.n(4)
I live right under the "o" in Los Angeles on 171212075209.jpg
171212075205.jpg is actually really pretty

I have a friend who lives by Ventura (ベンチュラ) and has had the fire much closer.
Last Tuesday night, she shared a video on Facebook where she could see the light
of fires over the hill on the horizon, and the smoke there has been much worse.
As far as I know, she isn't in danger, but if the fire is close enough to see at night,
that isn't good.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 10:32:35  ID:VaWXoE4Y0.n(4)
>568
I didn't know that the fires were so bad that other countries are even talking about it.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 12:02:25  ID:XX+cqvFn012
>558
I explained my friend 鳥貴族 means "noble chicken", and then he was surprised and he said it's a very cheap noble.

572
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 13:49:37  ID:XbHQy0VW012(2)
>569
now i have watched the map that you uploaded
Ventura is just a little way from the fire!
there is a hill between your friend's house and the fire, .isnt there?
it's good that she is OK, though.
i can only pray for getting the fire under control at once.

now switching on CNN, it is broadcasting only about Pres. Tramp


.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 19:11:17  ID:AeiRIdaM012(2)
It's extreme weather in both ways around the globe.
Some cities see heavy snow and other cities are suffering from dry and windy condition.
My town is completely covered by snow with almost 0 degree C temperatures.
This means temperature plummeted neary 30 degree in just three months.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 19:50:14  ID:XbHQy0VW012(2)
>573

such dry and windy condition also caused wildfire in LA to happen, didnt it?
it is true of the massive flood this summer
what's happening in North America this year?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/12 20:18:29  ID:L+0jPtu4M12
It’s karma! They chose Trump for president. That’s why.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 21:23:49  ID:ItR7Gjy0H12(2)
>572
hummm...
As you said 鳥貴族 is strange name.
貴族 is for what in their opinion?

577
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 21:25:50  ID:AeiRIdaM012(2)
>574
There were also devastating hurricanes there this summer.
Some attribute it to global warming.
I don't know whether it's true or not but it is clear that the climate is changing.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 21:32:47  ID:ItR7Gjy0H12(2)
>565
Take it easy man.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 21:37:33  ID:6DeqvykK012
What a nice guy jook is

580
名無しさん@英語勉強中 []   投稿日:2017/12/12 21:39:58  ID:PqpgkfJJ012
He is white. So he is a racist.

581
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 21:56:14  ID:AfH2vn7Ma12
since october i have continued to practice driving a car (going to a driving school).
this saturday, i drove in a freeway at 50 miles per hour which mustn't be that fast for most drivers,
but i felt a little scared.
i was relieved i could drive back to the school safe.
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562 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 22:05:19  ID:AfH2vn7Ma.n
>565
thank you.
one thing i always think is a problem is that however good the interviewer are,
you will not work "closely" with them after joining that company unless you are hired for managing position.
you will work closely with total strangers you didn't meet at the interview
and in some cases you can't get along with them at all.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 22:14:53  ID:PqpgkfJJ0.n
I hate slow and holiday drivers. They piss me off!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/12 22:18:29  ID:ItR7Gjy0H.n
>570
Ventura concerns Jesse Ventura.

585
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 01:09:04  ID:JtoKI0skH.n
>583
Why do you use i for I?

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 02:18:45  ID:jvpwY6d00.n(3)
>572
Yes, there is a hill, but she saw the fire reach the top of the hill. It's crazy.
I think that part of the fire has died down though. She said the air has been a little
clearer this week. The wind changed.

>574
We had an unusually rainy spring so lots of plants grew, and during the dry summer
and fall, all the little weeds and grass and stuff in the hills died and became dry.
That makes bad conditions for fires to easily spread.

>577
You're thinking of Florida with the Hurricanes. It's still America, but it isn't related to
the fires in California.

>581
Hang in there! You'll get used to it. I remember when I was learning and 30mph felt fast.

>582
That is definitely true. All you can do is hope that the interviewer thinks about how your
personality will fit with the people you're going to work with.

587
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 03:35:52  ID:/uvc1HZI0.n
Yes,I know it's completely unrelated.
He talked about floods and its cause, then hurricanes and global warming come across my mind.
It's been unusually severe natural hazardz.

588
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 04:40:34  ID:X/Ja8O8l0.n
soooooo shiverrrrrr

589
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 08:00:37  ID:M+9/KM4p0.n(2)
Sometimes I wonder if American native speakers can perfectly understand what british people speak with their own thick english accent.

https://youtu.be/SUZyNLZZjMs

Hey jook, could you watch this and tell me how well did you understand what the actors said in the movie? Maybe can you tell out of 100%?The video lasts
For me, I could catch only the words of "fuc○ing" even though I've studing english 5 years and fairly understand american english. British english is freaking hard to listen to.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 08:56:55  ID:MDXfEo6i0.n
>590
But,english is the langage of england
as you see the speling.

The argue is a little bit of nonsense.

591
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 09:21:01  ID:M+9/KM4p0.n(2)
I donno why this guy is replying to himself

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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 09:24:14  ID:jvpwY6d00.n(3)
>589
In the first scene, that guy has a really thick Scottish accent. Nobody can understand a thick
Scottish accent like that. I understood maybe 30-40%.

Then the narrator talks. Ewan McGregor is Scottish too but his accent is much milder. I can
understand him perfectly.

The next man has a thicker accent again, but not as bad as the first guy. but I can still
understand him fine. However, I am a bit familiar with Scottish people anyway so I
didn't have trouble understanding him. I can definitely see how it would be hard.

Then we have Ewan McGregor narrating again. He's easy.

Then back to the first guy. I could understand him this time because I was more prepared for it.
He said, "Right! Nobody move! That lassie got blasted, no cunt leaves here til we find out what cunt
did it."

Since I already watched the whole video, I thought maybe I would be used to the accent, so I tried
watching the first scene again. I couldn't understand any more, still about 30-40%.
see how it would be difficult for some people though.
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jook [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 09:45:57  ID:jvpwY6d00.n(3)
>592
Ignore the last line, it came from nowhere.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 12:21:59  ID:BM/TAqTV0.n
>592
Thank you for sharing your knowledge! I was so curious about it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 14:29:05  ID:qsXDiK4S0.n(2)
The usual gaijin stinks. It needs to be purged with an anti-virus soap!

596
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 15:17:31  ID:nhtFpNS4H.n
>589
I'm an American, and I can understand about 90% of the first guy, 100% of the narrator, and 100% of the second guy.
The understanding isn't perfect; some of the words I couldn't give you a definition of, but given the context I can fill in the blanks and get a good idea of what was the intention.
I've found that English speakers generally can understand a wide range of accents, but really thick ones that have a unique lexicon and morphology can require getting used to.
For example, I had a professor in university that had a really thick Indian accent which I could not understand for about two weeks, but
after having classes with him for that amount of time I could start to make sense of what he was saying.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 15:33:41  ID:lbM9GHdrH.n
>596
Stink disgusting
You're disgusting
Then

I guess you need another message board for your unlimited chatting desire.
So,why don't you take a look at the site?
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 15:47:00  ID:WcM7J3FB0.n(2)
>597
Shitaraba blocks all foreign IPs, unfortunately.

I just don't get why xenophobic dudes like you would ever want to come to this thread.
What did you expect?

599
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 15:49:08  ID:qsXDiK4S0.n(2)
Another gaijin! I almost had a heart attack...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 17:56:46  ID:WcM7J3FB0.n(2)
>599
no i'm not. i am 100 percent genuine japanese.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 19:18:43  ID:mYz6pDH+M.n(3)
>600
You’re fine. I was referring to >596. Too many gaijins lately here and at my gym...

Too latin looking gaijins which are speaking loudly in Spanish right now. So annoying and stinky af.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:00:44  ID:rXEvDbwMH.n(4)
>599
No difficult word please.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:01:10  ID:j976by7T0.n(2)
>589
i watched the movie "Trainspotting" ever.
it' was very amusing gor me
i like Ewan McGregor
every his movie is interesting
robert carlyle has played the roll of hitler, right?

604
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:05:47  ID:mYz6pDH+M.n(3)
>602
I don’t use big words here though....?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:11:13  ID:rXEvDbwMH.n(4)
>600
Caution! Sniffer available!

606
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:12:45  ID:rXEvDbwMH.n(4)
>604
Do you like his Star wars?

607
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:17:05  ID:j976by7T0.n(2)
>601
you need not to come here
go away

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:20:42  ID:rXEvDbwMH.n(4)
>599
Just for fun.
Coz here is for chatting.
That's all.

609
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:30:32  ID:qrAR2qSa0.n(2)
i heard nothern westerners think japanese winter is so cold because japanese home usually use air conditioner or kotatsu
instead of central heating.
is that real?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 20:59:05  ID:XSErKLZtH.n
>609
when i stay my parents home in japan in winter
i'm quite surprised the bathroom is quite cold.
it's kinda unbearable.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 21:08:39  ID:qrAR2qSa0.n(2)
>610
are you an englishman/woman?
when did you feel cold using toilet or taking off clothes for shower?

612
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 21:34:52  ID:mYz6pDH+M.n(3)
>609
Don’t post such a question, please. The usual annoying baka gaijin will answer the question in a snobbish and condescending way. Like always.

Disgusting....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/13 23:07:24  ID:Ukz7H6HtH.n
>613
Question?
Where is the question?

614
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 02:29:41  ID:DfENtlRJ0.n
The more l learn, the more l feel the gap between the 1st and 2nd languge.
It' not hard to understand conversations from faint sound of the radio in the first language,
but I need clear sound in English.
This is because it's difficult to predict what they say and guess the words if I cannot hear some parts.
This become especially clear when I hear somethng completely unpredictable like >589.

Anway, it's too cold!
What's this temperature!
It's still December according to the calender...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 11:44:33  ID:xDbw0wrUH.n(3)
>615
Wait.
December makes us cold usually.
Whereever were you located?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 15:34:46  ID:xDbw0wrUH.n(3)
>612
Listening about that gives you what?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 15:37:26  ID:xDbw0wrUH.n(3)
Viva 5ch! BUT

I guess you need another message board for your unlimited chatting desire.
So,why don't you take a look at the site?
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 15:41:24  ID:SKQk59d10.n(2)
>616
I can’t stand the existence of gaijins.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 15:59:45  ID:Bp5SN9TO0.n(3)
>615
Why do you refer to the wrong number?
You should have mentioned >614 in >615 post.
You seem to do it on purpose, but why?
Even though we are allowed to write whatever we want,
it's somewhat confusing.
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620
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 16:13:57  ID:dK77HDui0.n(2)
>617
nobody is there lol

you made it? lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 16:16:48  ID:dK77HDui0.n(2)
>619
he is just a troll
he has nothing to do all day

622
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 16:36:22  ID:SKQk59d10.n(2)
I always wonder why people here think only men are here?
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623
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 16:37:21  ID:vSzNiv6Md.n

624
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 17:57:33  ID:Bp5SN9TO0.n(3)
It's been a while since I last saw the Swedish guy.

625
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 19:34:01  ID:+ecixU/hH.n(2)
>623
Agree.
Maybe trance sexuall.

626
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 19:36:44  ID:+ecixU/hH.n(2)
>619
Quite a lot of people can't stand you probably.


I guess you need another message board for your unlimited chatting desire.
So,why don't you take a look at the site?
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

627
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 20:13:50  ID:Bp5SN9TO0.n(3)
You keep writing same things endlessly.
This corroborates you've made mistakes intentionary.
thus unfortunately I have no choice but to add you to NG list.

628
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 20:18:45  ID:9GtkrcG90.n
>622
Because Im quite sure that 99% of idiots in 2ch are men
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629
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/14 22:52:00  ID:ZOn0xHw40.n
>628
Breath easier man.
The posts do not break world peace.

630
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 00:04:03  ID:RG2MEvWca.n
in 2018, more than half of the japanese women are 50 years old or older.
this will also be the case with the japanese men sooner or later...

631
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 00:14:22  ID:CgAaWEb90.n(2)
>631
What do you want other one to say?

632
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 00:21:13  ID:CgAaWEb90.n(2)
>620
How about dieing?
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633
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 00:53:59  ID:hAaM+bTW0.n(2)
>632
how about sequestering yourself from the world?

634
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 01:12:55  ID:wpUicBowa.n
>634
Hey!
No big word!

635
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 02:18:41  ID:AfRDRdDK0.n
你只是愚蠢的

636
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 02:28:41  ID:r/OzBllYp.n(3)
I have studied English since 3months ago.
The girl I met at English school yesterday was very beautiful.

637
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 03:26:03  ID:Wc1ImwrE0.n
Did you fuck her?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 06:27:24  ID:DywE1Npb0.n
>618
so why you stay here?
you should make japanese only thread and be confined there.
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639
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 09:25:20  ID:VRYCrHb1d.n
i will challenge english test grade 2
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 09:40:30  ID:aojZDRXoH.n(2)
>638
Get lost.
You're meaningless.

641
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 09:44:12  ID:r/OzBllYp.n(3)
>637
Noooo
As I’m shy boy,I was only able to look at her from a distance.

642
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 11:00:45  ID:hAaM+bTW0.n(2)
なっさけねえな
笹でも食ってろ
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643
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 11:02:13  ID:tTE91BZq0.n(2)
Im asking this question only to girls.
Which guy you find more attractive, shy boy or arrogant guy?
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644
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 11:02:50  ID:tTE91BZq0.n(2)
Oh, damn it. It seems no girls here

645
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 11:50:55  ID:RnsJLAGa0.n
>643
of course girls dont like both
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 12:09:28  ID:kRaCY7fi0.n
I think most Japanese girls are bitch .As They like money,if you want to play with them you should give them much money.

647
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 12:16:02  ID:aojZDRXoH.n(2)
>639
None of your business.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 13:07:40  ID:r/OzBllYp.n(3)
I found it important to study English grammar.
All studying English is based on it.

649
名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 16:23:27  ID:F1R2nET+p.n(2)
In the world where you won’t exist is whatever wishes won’t come true.
Even if the burning valley is waiting for you,the people I will want to protect is you.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 16:37:38  ID:F1R2nET+p.n(2)
I don’t need anything other than you.
Most problem is not important.
I don’t need a thing more.
God please give me ordinary life.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 16:43:33  ID:oRXq6GMYH.n(4)
>642
Get closer by and by.
Practice!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 17:07:28  ID:oRXq6GMYH.n(4)
>647
Then,What's the situation in other country?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 17:11:48  ID:oRXq6GMYH.n(4)
>645
I don't think so usually.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/15 17:24:41  ID:oRXq6GMYH.n(4)
>649
I don' think so.
When you speak other europian language
You need to study and take grammer.
But,In the case of english that's not needed.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/16 08:44:16  ID:aKB6/FYmH.n
This thread's taking a rest.

I feel saturday and sunday has fewer
user.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/16 09:30:38  ID:QVVtMKE10.n
>650
Maybe,
What you wanted to say is a part of the lyrics of the song called “ANATA” by Hikaru Utada,don't you? lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/16 10:49:41  ID:DHgY+WQN0.n
Some people consistently argue that tuition for University should be free for all. I'm strongly against it. Taxpayers money should be focused on the brilliant students such as by helping them study abroad.
The decreasing number of Japanese students studying in the US is staggering. It has already surpassed by most Asian countries. This must be addressed.
It is also completely needless to give money to affluent students. That just balloons the deficit.
I hope more and more students can have the opportunity to learn abroad.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中 [sage]   投稿日:2017/12/16 13:28:02  ID:9l7Y2lYT0.n
So-called F-ranked universities all over Japan should be closed for good. Oops I’m a graduate of those lol
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