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Chat in English (英語で雑談) Part 163

1 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 18:31:21.77
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( ´・ω・)  Let's have Japanese green tea and chat!
( つ旦O   ∫  ∫  ∫  ∫  ∫  ∫  ∫  ∫
と_)_)  旦 旦 旦 旦 旦 旦 旦 旦

Previous Thread:
Chat in English (英語で雑談) Part 162
http://kamome.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1320874927/

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, Weeaboos from all over 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 Igirisu-jin and the Internet-addicted housewife will come back soon!

This is the place to have a ball!!!!!
Let's support recovery efforts in Japan!!!!!!

2 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 19:05:36.78
Sup japan am/英/gos

(am[e]igos, get it?)

3 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 19:44:00.13
>>997
That's because (the people think) Christmas is the event only for couples.
And in most cases, it is true.

4 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 19:44:02.46
plz help me,,,

5 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/23(水) 19:44:42.19
>>1
thanks.

Nowadays very cold.
Here comes winter.

6 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 19:47:43.14
im willing to want any advice about what i written down on the former thread just now
plz~help me~

7 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 19:51:03.46
>>6
hang yourself from a christmas tree.
you will be taken to jesus land of happiness.

8 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 19:52:44.50
good idea!

9 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 19:57:27.00
What is your favourite Christmas song?
I love this song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWv72L4wgCc

It has to be this chilrens version. None of the other gay pop singer versions.

10 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 19:57:54.83
hey im so serious this is how i posted that wanting you to think together a solution to the situation im faced with
not laughing and no more joke!

11 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/23(水) 20:08:21.54
If you are interested in, you could go to church on Christmas eve.
I'm not Christian, but I went last a few years.
I could feel Something solemn.

12 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/23(水) 20:11:54.25
>>9
good music, isn't it?

13 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:12:20.68
ok so I'm hitting on a Japanese chick. How do I ask her out, preferably in Japanese?

14 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:14:05.45
>>13
Ore wa gei desu
say this
let's see it's gonna work

15 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:14:28.05
>>14
How about no

16 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:14:34.98
>>9
When talking about that, I can't help thinking about this.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYRwah49ctg

It's not that I really love this though.
It seems TVCM's influence on me is so big.

17 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:16:35.21
>>14

Ore wa baka janai.

18 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:19:13.58
>>6
as long as you guys go to the same school you can't help seeing her almost everyday, right?
just think about why you broke up with your girlfriend and why she's so upset.
I don't know what happened to you guys but probably there is something you gotta apologize to her and you haven't done it yet.
if so, tell her I'm sorry about what you did and you'll never talk to her again, something like that.
another possible case is that she is just bitching. if so, just ignore her.


19 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/23(水) 20:19:56.43
>>13
A little difficult.
How old are her and you?

20 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:24:17.20
>>13
just say to her "Let me take a ride"

21 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/23(水) 20:25:33.73
>>11
X last a few years
O the last few years

I felt something strange........

22 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:26:31.67
>>19
Both of us are early 20's.

23 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:34:38.86
>>19
>>20
>>22

ok quick help, she said "[...]お酒にもよく合うし.. 笑"

What does "合うし" mean like that? (I often drink?)

24 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:38:42.92
>>23
goes well with (sake)

25 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:39:17.59
Since when here is a Japanese class?

26 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/23(水) 20:43:39.64
Nawadays young people like to use "し".
I think it's hard to explain the meaning.

27 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:44:44.35
>>17
sorry about that
okay, try this one
tsuki ga kirei desune

>>25
I don't know, man

28 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:45:18.37
>>13
What you should say to her is just only "I have plenty of money!".

After that, she grabbed your hand and go to hotel with you. it's simply.


29 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:46:31.33
>>23
that expression is usually used when Otusmami, which means snacks, goes with Sake,

30 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:47:46.92
>>23
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakana

31 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 20:57:42.56
>>13
An acquaintance or not?


32 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:03:28.44
>>31
Yup

>>29
Yea, she was talking about Sashimi as well.

33 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:05:13.63
>>25
Sorry, I'm chatting here and to her at the same time - you know more Japanese than I do!
Trying to impress here!

Ask more English questions, I'm having fun answering here.

34 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:08:24.29
>>33
we kind of appreciate what you have done
now it's our turn to try to help you
tell us if you have anything you don't know about Japanese to talk with her

35 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:10:48.80
>>18
im sorry but can't help recognaizing another possible case you suggested as reality in her,,,
according to you there is no what i should do except for not being related with her anymore
thanks

36 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:34:51.76
>>13
I guess love formula is nowhere. :-)



37 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:35:47.76
wow

38 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:42:12.67
>>35
do you wanna get along with her again?
you only told us the situation without what you wanna do

39 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:43:39.13
i wanna dance

40 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:46:52.06
>>39
show us how you dance and we'll know who you are

41 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:48:03.57
feel like dance〜

42 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 21:52:41.20
i can't show you. i can't dance.
but this is the dance i wish i could do.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cdk1gwWH-Cg

43 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:04:09.19
Today is labour thanks day. But did you know?
Originally it was some traditional shinto day where we pray with rice,
or sometin. Prior to 1945. Not some generic thanking worker day.

44 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:07:22.81
I spent my day off work today in the Gardens and Castle in Okayama. Was beautiful!

45 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:09:11.29
I slept all day long today cause I drunk the way too much last night.

46 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:15:52.96
>>44
That is very nice. So you live in Okayama.

47 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:22:38.95
>>46
A few hours away from Okayama-shi via train, I spent the day there visiting a friend and seeing the place.

48 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:30:57.48
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaTXuVTdJjQ&feature=related
Hi everyone, could you watch this movie?
I guess most of you have used online dictionary Eijiro from Space ALC, but the some sentences just insult Japan.
I believe we should do something!


49 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:32:25.90
A few hours of train, that would be some pretty long distance.

50 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:36:43.96
>>49
Not Shinkansen - just a local, slow, stops at every station train.


51 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:36:55.59
>>48
according to a comment there, those sentences on the video have already been deleted.

52 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:48:30.70
I live in Okayama city and am a native of the city(which is called 晴の国).

53 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:54:18.07
What is the souveinr of Okayama?

54 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 22:57:36.81
KIBIDANGO! HAHAHA

55 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:07:41.64
Ah I think I remember, it's where Momotaro Land is sold in Momotetsu.

56 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:09:39.83
>>38
umm,,,
i think it will be utterly impossible to reform the relationships between us. maybe you wonder
why i posted a worry, but in fact i know completely refoming can be not a realistc choice,
or such a choice not there taking her attitude into account. well,,, i can't make my feeling, affection
toward her disappear i can't know how to recognize these as no real thing from the beginning.
i hope as soon as possible i go ahead in a positive manner not remembering her at all but in real
various feelings of anger, love, regret always obsess me making me in a agony

57 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:10:30.13
>>53
Best known for souvenir is 白桃(as a country of Momotaro, Peach boy).
You can also take a momojiri-boy for souvenir...just kidding of course.

58 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/23(水) 23:13:30.88
Good morning! 9:10 AM here.

How's everyone doing? I noticed that in the last few days there has been only a few posts, but
now there has been around 100 in the past 8 hours.

If anyone needs any help with English, I might be able to help. I know very little Japanese,
though.

59 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:22:54.76
>>56
only time can solve your problem, i suppose...

60 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:23:51.54
>>58
Because it's a holiday today.
From tommorrow, back to a few posts per day again.

61 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/23(水) 23:26:52.81
>>60
Ah. What holiday is it?

62 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:28:43.88
>>61
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labor_Thanksgiving_Day

63 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/23(水) 23:33:22.74
>>62
Wow, the American Thanksgiving is tomorrow. Nice timing.

The one in Canada was in October.

64 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/23(水) 23:34:09.77
>>63
I guess noko doesn't work here. How do you get back to the thread?

65 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:39:35.07
>>59
i also think like that, thanks

66 :oshiri:2011/11/23(水) 23:40:31.39
we love you

67 :oshiri:2011/11/23(水) 23:41:44.72
>>57
momojiri-boy kwsk

68 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:43:48.12
>>64
noko?
what's that?

69 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/23(水) 23:45:48.86
>>67
I thought you were the ONE.

70 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/23(水) 23:50:09.14
>>68
On some other sites, noko in the email field brings you back to the thread you post in (instead of to the list of threads).

71 :oshiri:2011/11/24(木) 00:05:07.20
>>69
I totally forgot it .
and your number is also sexy like me .

72 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:13:51.58
>>56
http://lparchive.org/Xenogears/Update%2030/5-SLUS_006.69_30072007_220104_0515.jpg


73 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:16:18.93
>>70
I think there is no such function here.
You look this thread with a normal web browser like firefox, chrome or something, yes?
Most of us use a dedicated browser for this site. 2ch browser.
It is very handy for looking many threads.
Once opening a new tab for the thread, the tab is always displayed even afeter you post.
If you look only this thread, you don't need to use it, though.

2ch browser is like this
http://janesoft.net/images/ScreenShot.png

74 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:20:39.23
I use Jane. It's my favorite 2ch browser cause it's very easy to use.

75 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:21:30.38
does anyone here use chaika and foxage2ch?
if you are japanese and use firefox you should try it.
looks much smoother than jane. but less handy kinou.

76 :73:2011/11/24(木) 00:25:45.25
Oops. afeter -> after

77 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:28:09.18
>>75
I used to use it. It was very good.
But now I use Chrome rather than Firefox so my 2ch browser now is read.crx2.
It's a Chrome extension, simple but very convenient.
Check this out if you are a Chrome user.

78 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:32:52.67
>>70
you mean below link?
http://www.4chan.org/faq#noko


79 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:37:46.76
>>77
Can it put marks on messages which I post and someone posts for me with ">>"?

80 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:44:10.43
>>79
well, it doesn't tell your posts from others but it makes it very visible to see who replies to which post and which ">>" goes to which post.

81 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:45:23.64
I use Jane Style, It is the best.

82 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:50:19.67
>>80
OK. I'm Chrome user. So I soon installed it.
This is post test from read.crx2.

83 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 00:53:01.94
chrome stinks

84 :82:2011/11/24(木) 01:06:08.82
No problem.
It's very good to be able to use chrome at same time, but I think it's too simple.
Right-click menu is same as chrome itself or only "add to bookmark".
Jane Style is more functional than it.

85 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 01:09:44.57
>>81
Me too. But now I am writing this message on BB2C of my iPhone. It's not good because it is forced to halt very frequently:(

86 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 01:32:29.10
I'm rubbing my son now.comfortable !!

87 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 01:37:08.21
>>86
You don't have to report it.

88 :イギリス人:2011/11/24(木) 01:46:18.15
>>77
I use read.crx, and wasn't aware of read.crx 2 (in beta), so will give it a go, thanks. It does all I need it
to do... keep track of threads and make it easy to reply.

>>85
On Android, I'm using Tuboroid, but it was discontinued many months ago, so don't really know why
I'm not installing AnChan or 2chMate...

89 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 01:51:51.68
>>88
2chMate is awesome I like it.
I have never tried any other browsers for Android, though.lol


90 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 02:41:00.66
awesome!
    ∧,,∧  ∧,,∧Youtube is fun!
 ∧ (  XD ) (  XD ) ∧∧
(  XD ) U) ( つと ノ(XD   )                           (^ν^) (何が面白いんだ…)
| U (  XD ) (XD  ) と ノ                           / |_|\(外人ばっかりだな…)
 u-u (l    ) (   ノu-u                             l l
     `u-u'. `u-u'lol


Hey…jap is coming…
    ∧,,∧  ∧,,∧liver…
 ∧ (  :D ) (  :D ) ∧∧
(   :D ) U) ( つと ノ( :D  )          (^ν^) ……
| U (  :D ) (:D  ) と ノ         /l_l\
 u-u (l    ) (   ノu-u            l <........
     `u-u'. `u-u' Who are you?


miss spell…
      ∧,,∧          Fack you!!       ∧,,∧ miss spell…
 ∧∧ ( :(   )                          (  ): ) ∧∧
( :(  ) U  )           \(^ν^)/         (  Uノ(  ): ) miss spell…
| U   u-u               l_l            u-u (U  ノ
 u-u ∧,,∧              / \          ∧,,∧  u-u
    ( :(  )                          (  ): ) miss spell…
    (l  U)miss spell…                    (U  ノ
    `u-u'.                            `u-u'

91 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 03:02:35.01
>>90
their faces are so funny!
I couldn't notice that at one glance.lol

92 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 05:00:15.51
thanks to sleeping for 16 hours yesterday now i cant get into a dream

93 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 05:13:41.90
>>92
Are you a baby?

94 :KJ:2011/11/24(木) 05:32:03.09
Hello, I am KJ.
To speak frankly, I hate English Language.

But from today, I try hard in order to take it.
I introduce myself.

I live in Kansai.
My favorite food is Tamagoyaki(Akashiyaki), Udon, Sake.
I like British rock , especially QUEEN.
And I am interested in traditional Japanese music and entertainment.
Keep in touch.

95 :KJ:2011/11/24(木) 05:38:06.25
It has forgotten to say.
I am a 20-years-old Japanese man.

96 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 06:20:37.02
Hi there.
Most of this thread dwellers are Japanese anonymous.
Occasionally foreigners also come here.


97 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 07:07:56.21
This thread usually goes fast from midnight to dawn.
So I guess many of those in here are from the rest of Japan.

98 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/24(木) 07:49:13.39
I keep getting an error that says I put too many characters even though I'm pretty sure I have a lot less...

99 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/24(木) 07:58:13.96
>>73
That seems cool. I might try it out. I don't really know much Japanese though so it might be difficult for me to get used to.

I use Chrome with a 2ch extension.

>>78
Yep. Exactly like that.


100 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/24(木) 08:08:19.93
Sorry that it's spread out across a lot of posts, but I'm still trying to figure this out. :P

>>94-95
I'm a 20 year old man too. Why do you hate the English language?

101 :KJ:2011/11/24(木) 09:02:15.51
>>100
Because it is puzzling.

102 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 10:07:28.46
oppai

103 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 10:43:38.19
>>100
About 'used to'.

'used to' means yoku...sitamonoda
'be used to' means nareteiru

It's really complicated!!!

I always misinterpret them.
Tell me the good way not to get them wrong.
Thanks.

104 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 12:05:08.22
test

105 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/24(木) 12:13:17.59
>>103
I used to work.
I am used to working.

First one has "work", which is infinitive.
Second one has "working", which has "ing" at the end.

This might not work with all sentences, but it might help.

If you need any more help, please ask me and I will try.

106 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 12:54:28.16
>>105
That makes sense.
Thank you for your advice.

107 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 14:51:55.33
fuck you all!!!!!!
suck my dick!

108 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 14:56:25.85
>>107
What kind of rap?
kick you ass!


109 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 15:06:38.56
Put ya motherfucking hands up and follow me!

110 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 15:08:05.97
>>107
Have you gone completely insane?
Go away you retard!

111 :higashi:2011/11/24(木) 15:19:15.08
Why everyone likes cursing each other lol

112 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 15:57:32.98
We don't curse it.
We only play idiots.

113 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 15:58:17.91
I like this thread cause we can fucking cuss, right?


114 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 16:07:14.28
Hey... I find the recent Youtube quite annoying. It tries to force me to watch boring commercial movies before watching what I intend to watch.
Is there any other good movie hosting site than Youtube except for Niconico?


115 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 16:20:19.36
>>114
Fuck Niconico, I hate that shit.
well if you are a chrome user, there is an extension called Adblock plus.
It prevents adds from annoying us while we are browsing, even during watching a video on Youtube.
I don't know any other video sites so if those adds are the only thing that annoys you on Youtube, just install it.
It can help you out.



116 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 16:21:02.10
>>114
Would you like Vimeo?

117 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 16:33:36.88
>>115
Tell me why you hate Niconico so much?
I don't understand it.

118 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 16:43:55.32
>>117
well people there are so childish I can see that from their comments, and video uploaders call themselves "artists",
which is bullshit cuz everytime when I search something that I wanna watch on Niconico,
there are so many fucking videos like "歌ってみた” or "踊ってみた"
Fuck that shit it's so frustrating that I can't find like an official video but something fucked up like that.
I thought most of 2ch users hate it, though.
but probably I was not supposed to say that here, sorry. If you like niconico, just enjoy it.

119 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 17:07:54.19
>>115
You mean Google chrome? I'm not quite sure now if that's a browser
and I'll see if I'm right later, but anyway I'm a Firefox user.
Does that make any difference? I want the adblock thing on my FF browser.

>>116
Vimeo? That's what I haven't heard of. Is it better than youtube? No ads?

120 :KJ:2011/11/24(木) 17:15:55.15
>>118
oh...
Just you are childish.
If you don't favor their videos, you have the choice of not watching them.
It is natural thing although they are childish because they are child.
You are an adult? As for adult man, playing in the same playground as a child is shameful thing.


121 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 17:20:55.63
>>118
people in niconico are trying to upload whatever they think is interesting.
some viewers like it and some don't, and post their comments.
just like 2ch.

niconico is just not a place where you find favorite artists' clips

122 :KJ:2011/11/24(木) 17:31:52.91
By the way, why are you take the handle name?
When talking together, I think that it is more fun calling each other handle name.

123 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 17:57:34.51
>>120
Hey calm down.
Your post is a bit harsh. "hate" first time, "shameful" this time.
Here is not a battle field
so read >>118 last line.

are you ok? newcomer.


124 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 18:09:16.09
>>120
why do you become serious easily?
Actually you're green.

125 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 18:18:51.89
test

126 :KJ:2011/11/24(木) 18:25:21.82
>>123>>124
Settle down boy...
:-(

127 :KJ ◆mt8ecKu.2I :2011/11/24(木) 18:26:38.42
Hey! It is my "trip".

128 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 18:51:56.31
Only the writing which is not interesting........

129 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 19:14:03.64
test... what is this cookie ninja crap

130 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 19:21:43.20
>>119
Are you using firefox without adblock? Thats dumb.

131 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 19:39:09.21
I watched the youtube video of Putin getting booed, and
read the comments and apaprently there are many russians
who hate Putin. I thought Putin was respected in Russia.

132 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 20:49:55.35
>>128
your post too.

133 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 20:55:42.97
Test

134 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 21:04:40.70
Anyone, please tell me about "home coming". Is it like a Japanese school festival?

135 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 21:20:08.19
I'm dissapointed that most prefectures are receiving a heap of radioactive rubble from Fukushima.


136 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 21:21:26.18
>>130
Shut up you bastard.
That's none of your business.

137 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 21:25:36.67
>>135
We have no choice.
We should accept it.

138 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 21:49:42.75
It takes a true dumbass to overlook Adblock. It's like the first thing you
see when browsing the firefox addon page.

139 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 22:02:18.33
>>135
I think it's not big problem if those are treated properly.
All people in Japan should share Fukushima's suffering.

140 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 22:15:19.22
I hope the scottish teacher and other foreignars in Japan are
safe from cecium food.
They let cecium beef go to the market all over Japan so easily.
I can't trust them.

141 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 22:38:06.48
I`m getting bold gradually.
hahahhaha!!

142 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/24(木) 22:38:24.01
>140
Thankfully, I eat a lot more instant raman than beef.

143 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 22:41:32.83
Sapporo ramen SHIO(salt) is best in every instantramen.

144 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 22:48:57.51
>>121
I know, man.
I used to like it very much like 5 or 6 years ago.
but these days I just can't stand with people like niwaka nikochu.
I apologize if my post made you frustrated.

>>120
yo kid who the fuck are you?
I'm almost positive that this is the first time you came here so lemme tell u something.
半 年 R O M れ

145 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 22:50:17.48
to me, SHIO(salt) is the worst sapporo.

146 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 22:52:14.24
my favorite one is chicken flavor one.
I often ate it when I was in America.
but I can't find them in Japan

147 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/24(木) 22:57:52.46
Truthfully, most Japanese food is new to me so I'm still just experimenting with it, seeing what tastes good. Instant ramen or not.
I don't know how to use much of it properly.

148 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 23:03:07.12
>>140
Honestly, I don't know how much of the influence. Is it visible?
I suppose even the scientists cannot know all. Because of that, this is a terrible problem.
If you eat the cesium beef, you might get a kind of disease.
However, it is a fact that you might get the disease in either case that you eat or don't eat the beef.
So I optimistically think the life of most people won't change anything and
truly dangerous place is only around the Fukushima nuclear plant.
I'm sure we should help there taking a long time. And the people who live there can choose to leave there.

149 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 23:16:43.92
I think I made many mistakes.
life -> lives
anything -> (needless)
Is this ok? I'm not sure how to use "a" or "the" or nothing.

150 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 23:21:24.52
>>149
articles are kind of difficult for Japanese people to understand
even here I often see people making a sentence without articles very often
you'll get used to it soon, hopefully

151 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 23:35:15.45
How do you say "まん毛" in English?

152 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 23:40:28.70
Scotman should eat a lot of rice.
Rice is the heart of Japan, and it is versatile.

153 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/24(木) 23:48:13.97
We should invent new international English
called the no-article English. Then we will be happy.

154 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 00:02:09.98
>>148
The book"日本人の英語 by Mark Petersen" would be helpful to learn how to use articles.
This book is unique in that the author wrote in Japanese though he was a native English speaker.
So his Japanese has a little peculiarity, but good to understand.

155 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 00:10:20.20
>>150>>154
Thank you for advising.
My university library seems to have the book.
Then I'll try to borrow and read it.

156 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 00:34:05.64
>>151
man-pube

157 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 00:39:12.99
>>134
i have no idea.

158 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 02:01:14.89
Wow, I missed a lot.
>>151
How about you describe it?
>>155
Articles are in a lot of languages. Learning them is important.

I'll try to come up with an easy way to tell them apart.

159 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 02:11:11.68
>>154
That book was given 4.5 point by100's reviwers in Amazon.

160 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 02:23:59.40
Yeah... I don't think there's going to be any easy way to help with
articles, especially with limited space.

That book will probably be the best idea.

161 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 02:27:40.89
>>160
I see. Thank you for your kindness.

162 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 02:35:12.28
> Canada-jin

I have seen ...
I saw ...

I can not understand details difference between these.
When native look at "have" in these sentence. then what do they image out?
I want to know native how to interpret in their head(or mind) when "have" appered.
I'm sorry I ask you abstract question.


163 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 03:07:58.64
sperm is emitting from my dick

164 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 03:28:41.57
fuck off horny man

165 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 04:08:07.11
weekend is coming!

166 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 04:46:26.70
And then, weekday is coming soon....

167 :KG2ch:2011/11/25(金) 04:58:52.32
OK ...My laptop is back after 1 WHOLE week of the repairs guy
nosing around the motherboard. First trying to get everything onto
a new HDD by imaging, then failing and putting in a clean install.
They installed a Seagate SATA 7200 rpm 500Gb, it WAS SO NOISY!
It was whirring and clicking and making me nervous.

168 :KG2ch:2011/11/25(金) 05:02:52.76
Then I took it back and asked for any Japanese brand and a lower rpm.
My machine had a Fujitsu 5600rpm originally (which died elegantly)
now it is carrying a Toshiba, but at a lower cache.At least it is
not whirring and choking like that Seagate!!!!It cost me an arm and a
leg. But the repair chap was really young and sweet handsome.

169 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 05:14:30.02
>>162
Canada-jin sounds better at explaining grammar, but here's how I see it:

They often can be used in the same situation, but...
"I have seen" can be used to describe someone's entire life experience.
"I saw" is usually used for a single (or recent) period of time.

170 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 05:23:03.93
"I have seen many birds" - This implies that maybe the speaker is talking
about his life experience with birds. Maybe he's seen 100,000 birds
in his bird-watching career.

"I saw many birds" - This implies that the viewer was in one location
when he saw a lot of birds there. (I saw many birds at the aviary)

171 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 05:38:00.28
>>169>>170
I would have said the same things. "Saw" is more of a single-time thing.
"Have seen" can be any time during your life.
If you watched a movie last night, you could say
"I saw that movie last night."
but in "I have seen that movie." you can't say "last night" or it sounds wrong.
They're both right though, it depends what you intend to say.

172 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 05:48:25.09
>>162
That was a very good question. Never be afraid to ask questions. That's how you learn.

I will always try to help if anyone needs. Sorry I took so long, I actually saw it but
I didn't know how to answer. It's pretty hard to put into words, but >>169-170 did a
great job.

It's 3:48PM here (Thursday).

173 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 07:07:35.86
Is this a shoebox?
No,it's Emily.

174 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 07:30:21.90
Psssss

175 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 07:35:38.66
Translate it
http://toki.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/occult/1319358581/


176 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 07:41:18.07
>>175
Why does this person keep mentioning that thread? Google Translate is telling me it's about suicide? O.o

177 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 07:49:15.61
>>176
He's a troll.
Never mind.

178 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 08:06:43.25
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EToJ4lRq0xk

179 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 08:34:43.50
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRerwXWTRjM

180 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 08:44:46.42
確定
トゥクタミシェワ
コストナー
鈴木
シズニー

ロシアカップ出場
真央 2位以上で確定 3位で総得点勝負
ソトニコワとレオノワ 1位で確定 2位で総得点勝負
今井 1位で確定

結果待ち
未来 真央が5位なら総得点勝負・今井が3位以下なら勝ち・
   ソトニコワとレオノワが4位以下なら勝ち

残り2枠。総得点勝負になったら1戦目の得点では
真央>レオノワ>ソトニコワの順なので真央が有利。


181 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 08:49:58.08
確定
パトチャン
ブレジナ
高橋

ロシアカップ出場
アボット   4位以上で確定
フルナンデス 2位以上で確定 3位で総得点勝負
羽生     1位で確定
ブレジナ   ビリでもOK

結果待ち
ソウナン 第一候補   
小塚    第二候補


182 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 08:53:15.21
ロシア大会 エントリー

☆男子
ブレジナ
ガチンスキー
アボット
羽生
フェルナンデス
ロゴジーン
ムロズ
メンショフ
ボロノフ

☆女子
コルピ
レオノワ
浅田
フラット
今井
ラコステ
ガオ
ザワツキ―
ソトニコワ
ビリュコワ


183 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 09:13:47.88
Something about Russia?

184 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 09:15:45.04
http://www.isuresults.com/results/gprus2011/

185 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 09:20:15.05
Do you like to watch figure skating?
I like Mao Asada so much.
She always seems to play skating as hard as she can.
It's wonderful.

186 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 09:28:33.10
I like yuna kim and miki ando better than mao asada.
They are very sexy.


187 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 09:39:27.59
Okay I leave

188 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 11:04:32.22
Please translate in japanese.
http://benjaminfulford.typepad.com/benjaminfulford/2011/11/the-lawsuit-that-could-end-the-gangster-rule-of-western-civilization.html#comments

189 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 12:20:25.58
Today I'm free and I don't have anything to do. Do you have any idea to spend my energy and free time?

190 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 12:23:34.96
Study English hard;)

191 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/25(金) 12:24:38.01
>>189
Clean your room or house or around house.

192 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 12:51:34.93
>>188

Use google translate.

>>189
Keep staying on 2ch.

193 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 13:11:01.73
http://tvde.web.infoseek.co.jp/cgi-bin/jlab-dat/s/929186.jpg
you nonjapanese people are tend to be cheated by mass media about sushi.
i am kindly introduce the real maguro sushi.

194 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 13:30:37.21
I know I should do the assignments to get the post in the company which I really want to get.
But I can't believe that I can translate Japanese into English.
My English skill is only a miserable piss.

195 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 13:32:39.01
What's a time plane?

196 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 13:33:37.65
>>191
You always say something like that.
I guess your room is messy like mine. lol

197 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 13:54:31.69
>>191
Okay I'll do it.

198 :162:2011/11/25(金) 14:11:57.21
>>169-172
Thank you all for your replay.

I'm afraid I've already known these grammer difference.
(But I cannot use well. lol)
These answers can find all over english-grammer web site.
That's why I askd he "understanding process" not ordinarily "grammer difference".

Ordinarily "have" mean "own"?
I guess "have" of "I have seen" mean to have(own) "seen".
Then finally it could be grammer based answer.

summary chart: ("v" ... down arrow)

I have seen
v
I own "seen"
v
I own experience of "seen".

That's why "have" used and I expected like this answer ("how to interpret in their head").

then ... Is that correct?


199 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 14:31:41.59
>>198
I understand what you mean, but the way I remember it is just simply memorizing. There's no process in my head.
What you said is very correct. It's a really good way to think of it.

Sorry for telling you what you already knew. :P

Anyway, it's 12:30AM and I have to wake up at 5:50AM... So I'm going to bed.
Good night everyone.

200 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 14:41:59.64
>>198
Let's think about the use of "ある" in Japanese.
ある means "exist" if the objective is substantial or not.
I guess you can explain the difference of these two.

201 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 15:22:15.73
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9bxyOGTsrI&feature=related

One of the best singers in Japan!

202 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 15:23:12.91
snivel tree

203 :higashi:2011/11/25(金) 16:10:07.65
Mmm I hate grammars>_< think too much about grammars is makes I crazy very very !


204 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/25(金) 16:20:17.13
So think about glamour.

205 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 16:20:33.50
very very what? lol

206 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 16:45:17.05
I don't think you have to care about the grammar so much, though.
When I was in the US, I found that even American people speak English with a bad grammar.
For instance, what they said was like "she don't care" "it don't mean nothing" , like this.
Think about it. When you speak Japanese, is your grammar always correct? I don't think so.
The bad thing is that being afraid of making mistakes prevents your English from improving.
So just keep talking, well, here just keep writing. And bit by bit your grammar would get better.



207 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 17:37:34.43
>>206
That's a good point.
Couldn't agree more.

But actually I have desire to speak with correct English.
Because it's so cool!
Broken English is ugly and give everyone a hard.


208 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 18:38:43.32
this ninpo cookie thing is getting annoying

209 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 19:21:48.81
>>206
i know what you are saying, but i think the use of don't and double negative
is more like a dialect

210 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 19:33:03.79
I stopped caring much about grammar 3 years ago and
my english hasn't improved since. I htink you need to care,
if you really want to improve. Unless you live in an english speaking
country (which he did) or do some total immersion like the german guy.

211 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 20:01:14.76
>>201
I don't know him, but I know this song(↓) from watching the DQ anime
and it is a great nostalgic song.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYd1ln5Mwrc

212 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 20:17:06.60
>>201
That was really good.
>>211
That was really old! lol. His style is so different in this one.
>>209
A shitty dialect that needs to die... I much prefer reading from you guys than them.

I'm going to college soon and posting there doesn't work, so see you all later.


213 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/25(金) 20:25:43.31
>>206
Just because they do it doesn't mean they're not STUPID. There's a difference between having bad grammar
occasionally and purposely saying things that are dumb.
Being afraid to make mistakes does prevent someone from learning. I agree. Practising a lot is how you learn.


214 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 20:57:08.50
2ch seems to be about to end because of the charge of supporting illegal drug trade.

215 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 21:04:09.58
>>214
2ch is immortality.

216 :higashi:2011/11/25(金) 22:04:39.79
>>204
Oh yeah okay glamour! I will look the word up.. XD
>>205
Just period

217 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 23:11:35.32
Has Ozawa got his stone removed from the penis yet?

218 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 23:22:56.03
>>216
How old are u, higashi?

219 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 23:27:15.39
>>217
Hey, what are you talking about?

220 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 23:41:30.58
I want to curse myself! I woke up late and missed the class this morning.. Missed the time with my favourite girl too:((((

221 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 23:44:38.49
>>220
is she so cute?

222 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 23:46:33.26
>>219
Ozawa ran from the court saying his pissroad-stone disease got bad
and needed to go to the hospital. I think it was a couple months ago
and he should have got the stone removed by now.

223 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 23:49:06.31
>>222
I don't like him. He is sort of ugly.

224 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/25(金) 23:56:40.10
>>221
Yeah.. Rather beautiful! I might be only a friend for her though

225 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 00:02:45.73
>>222
He has always been a helpless liar since long ago.

226 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 00:13:01.76
>>224
why don't you hit on her?

227 :KG2ch:2011/11/26(土) 00:13:13.28
Hey Canada-Jin.Good night.
Have you come across "Hokkaido Highway Blues" by Will Ferguson.
A friend gave it to me. It is a Canadian following the Sakura
bloom up to Hokkaido. I hated his attitude but parts of it
are really touching and funny.

228 :KG2ch:2011/11/26(土) 00:25:14.87
Hey Canada-Jin.Good night.
Have you come across "Hokkaido Highway Blues" by Will Ferguson.
A friend gave it to me. It is a Canadian following the Sakura
bloom up to Hokkaido. I hated his attitude but parts of it
are really touching and funny.

229 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 00:27:45.20
why do you say the same thing twice

230 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 00:42:09.99
>>226
She's French and her friends are all handsome.. I haven't got confidence at all orz

231 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 00:44:59.28
>>230
who cares
do you speak French?
wait, are you in Japan, or somewhere else?

232 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:04:57.67
Ozawa should get capital punishment if the dickstone is a lie.

233 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:05:15.83
Hi I'm in a bathtub right now:)
Relax:)

234 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:06:48.56
>>231
I don't speak French.. I think we're good friends and had dates a few times so far. But European people go out even if they aren't in love don't they?
I pretend I'm confident in front of peole so she misses my real personality I guess.. I'm in Europe by the way

235 :higashi:2011/11/26(土) 01:12:59.72
>>218
I'm quite young.. I hope

236 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:15:39.53
>>235
over or under 20?

237 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:18:25.49
>>233
wash your smelly dick thoroughly

238 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:24:28.60
>>234
I have few European friends so I don't know.
But what I'm sure is that if you really wanna be her someone important, you better stop pretending like that.
Being yourself is always better than pretending like someone else. That's all I know by my experience.

239 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:27:51.93
Shut your mouth and wash your dick prety boy? Move your hands

240 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:32:13.85
>>237
I'm studying English now an listening some music.
I brought an English workbook and iPhone in the bathroom. They are little wet. I hope they will not be broken:)


241 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:36:04.11
My bathroom is so cold that I cannot take a bath.
Kotatsu is the best in this season.

242 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:40:01.37
if you can't take a bath
then how do you wash your smelly rotten dick?

243 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:40:52.67
>>241
have hot water in the bathtub before getting into the bathroom.
That will warm the room.
And much better

244 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:49:38.85
I bet his dick smells like stool.
unwashed and hot from the heat of kotattsu.

245 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:55:56.98
>>238
Thank you. I feel like I should act like a man because I'm in Europe.. Real me is very shy and always get nervous before girls. That girl think I'm wild and funny!! Okay maybe I'll tell her that I'm not. Then.. ask her out!

246 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 01:59:30.75
make sure you wash your rotten smelly dick thoroughly
before meeting her, prety boy?
use toothbrush and paste for serious thorough dick washing session

247 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:00:51.79
>>246
Bloody hell..

248 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:17:32.66
>>240
wrap up transparent plastic bag and shut with rubber band.


249 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:22:35.84
Bloody clot.

250 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:37:43.26
>>240
Change the waterproof android phone.

251 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:41:15.47
>>245
tell us what would happen happen
good luck

252 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:50:10.74
dein gluck ist nicht mein gluck

253 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:50:19.37
>>248
That's a good idea, I will do so. thx
>>250
I didn't know that android is waterproof.


254 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:51:48.60
>>252 
what does gluck mean?

255 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:57:05.78
>>252
Ach so?
Aber dein Gluck ist mein gluck!

256 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 02:57:31.79
>>254
It means happiness in german

257 :higashi:2011/11/26(土) 03:04:17.56
>>236
It's a secret! But I'll give you a hint: I can drink and smoke legally!


258 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 03:09:24.66
Danke shoen


259 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 03:10:14.34
You guys know more than 3 languages!

Awesome !

260 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 03:12:47.41
please don't take it out on me.



261 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 03:13:20.24
I'm pretty tired of my place. I need a change.

262 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 03:15:11.45
Otsukaresama
Have a rest and prepare for the next new place!

263 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 03:29:02.85
I'm afraid that M8 over earthquake hit Japan very soon cuz we are having too many big earthquakes.


264 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 03:39:51.92
第二次東日本大震災について
http://nanako.sci.hokudai.ac.jp/~moriya/M9.htm
北海道大学 地震火山研究観測センター

記事要約
・東北地方太平洋沖地震の前に89.9MHzの地震エコーが観測された。
・現在、前回と良く似た経過をたどっており、もしもこのまま3月11日の地震の前と同じ経過をたどるとすれば,再びM9クラスの地震が発生すると推定される。
・震央は宮城県南部沖から茨城県沖の日本海溝南部付近。
・発生は12月から2012年01月。

265 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 04:13:19.10
>>264
no longer available


266 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 04:22:30.73
>>264
Behind!

267 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 04:26:54.74
http://megalodon.jp/2011-1119-1904-26/nanako.sci.hokudai.ac.jp/~moriya/fm.htm

>>265 gyotaku

268 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 04:33:29.47
Can't read Japanese sorry

269 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 04:34:45.88
I find that suspicious. Why did the admin delete it if that's what he believed was correct info?

270 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 04:52:39.42
Maybe that information fear people. Doesn't matter if it's correct or not.

271 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 04:53:55.58
I've always wondered whether English speaking people in different countries with different accents and pronunciations
have any trouble understanding each other, like "what did you say? I didn't catch you. I'm sorry I don't understand you."
mainly because of their language, not because of their cultural differences.

One of the reasons I have this question is a)because when I see English TV shows in different countries (mainly American and British)
on YT and hear them speaking and talking, to me, the difference of their accents are quite sharp,
and b)because when I watch Japanese TV shows where people from rural areas speak with their dialects
I can't seem to perfectly understand them.

So I'm curious if English speakers with different accents understand each other without any problems at all.

272 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 04:54:47.57
I've always wondered whether English speaking people in different countries with different accents and pronunciations
have any trouble understanding each other, like "what did you say? I didn't catch you. I'm sorry I don't understand you."
mainly because of their language, not because of their cultural differences.

One of the reasons I have this question is a)because when I see English TV shows in different countries (mainly American and British)
on YT and hear them speaking and talking, to me, the difference of their accents are quite sharp,
and b)because when I watch Japanese TV shows where people from rural areas speak with their dialects
I can't seem to perfectly understand them.

So I'm curious if English speakers with different accents understand each other without any problems at all.

273 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:00:44.09
>>269
Maybe the system was not worthy of trust.
I think there have been many informations like that everyday.
Even a bad shot hits the mark given enough tries.
After the fact, you can say "I told you!"

274 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:07:14.34
>>273
What do you mean? They didn't delete the web page but it's gone because the operating system or something
was unstable, and poof?

275 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:14:28.98
does anybody know Kaera Himura?

276 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:15:44.28
>>274
I mean the earthquake prediction system is doubtful.

277 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:24:06.05
Only god knows!

278 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:24:29.01
>>276
Ah, I see.
Like you, I'm also doubtful that seismology lives up to our expectations.
It's actually proved we can't fully depend on the knowledge they've got so far.
Not so different from fortune-telling... Alas.

279 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:32:23.86
Yes. It is "still" doubtful. (or forever)
In either case, we can do nothing but continue to study it more.

280 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:38:29.13
>>271-272
I've heard Cockney English.



281 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:40:14.14
I speak cockney mate

282 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:46:31.64
>>279
I hope that's going to go well.
Specialists in the field is perhaps accumulating lots and lots of data, and based on this experience
they should try to establish more reliable system by using KEI the recently developed Japanese super computer.

>>280
And...?

>>281
So...?

283 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 05:59:13.86
>>282
then?

284 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 06:02:18.45
>>283
then...what?

285 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 06:32:26.26
Hahahaha

286 :KG2ch:2011/11/26(土) 07:16:32.83
>>229 Because I am a figment of my imagination.

287 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 07:21:31.77
Hands up if you love oppai

288 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 07:26:34.85
>>286
What happened to me just now was that the thread didn't go to the page that usually says
your post is successfully written in or something like that, when I clicked on the post button.
So I tried one more time and didn't get any better, then I refreshed the thread and noticed I've double-posted.
Hmmm. Am I also a figment of my imagination? hehehe

289 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 07:28:06.13
>>287

Yes, sir! Am I going to get punished for that?

290 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 07:44:45.81
>>287
Please describe what type of oppais you referred to?
Round-shaped big ones? A little sagged drop-shaped ones?
Or simply, small and flat ones? There are many more types than you can imagine.

291 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 07:45:45.80
>>287
Yes, and I have got my own!

292 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 07:53:29.91
>>289
No, I just wanted to know how many people here love oppai.

>>290
Any type.
If there is a type of oppai of your favorite, then you are categorized as "Oppai Seijin"

293 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 08:27:21.61
I've read an article somewhere in which generally Japanese men love oppai, whereas American guys
love female asses.
Is that true?

294 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 08:36:33.47
                                 ∧ ∧   ∧ ∧
   /⌒~~~⌒\  
 / ( ゚>t≡ )y─┛~~
(_ ノ? U  ∩_∩)   THANK YOU 2ch
  ?___J _J 


295 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 08:39:12.01
>>275
I know.

296 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 08:47:32.66
>>293
In my humble opinion, one of reason why we love oppai more is that it has no ボカシ on.

What's more, you can suck it to your heart's content. My favourite type is mature saggy one.

297 :KG2ch:2011/11/26(土) 08:57:03.99
>>288 yes you too are.
It may get worse. You may see your shadow following you wherever you go.
Or you might see another you, when you look in a "mirror".


298 :KG2ch:2011/11/26(土) 08:59:43.69
You all are mama's boys. So child like. It looks cute
when you are younger I guess but when already middle-aged,
you look sad.

299 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 09:16:30.62
>>298
Whether cute or sad, I want to be honest with my taste as far as it's not illegal. And I believe that makes the world interesting.

300 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 09:16:41.71
I'm still young and I've got a beautiful girlfriend
I love my mum

301 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 09:31:39.55
I agree with >>299
We don't have to care about others opinion. Japanese people tend to are others too much hahaha.
If you like it, just like it! As far as its not a illicit stuff.

>>300
Envy you..

302 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 09:56:06.15
I love a woman who is 35 year old even though I am only 22.
Probably some people might say it's weird but I don't care.
It just happened. And I really am happy to be in love with her.



303 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/26(土) 10:06:44.49
Good morning everyone. What's going on?

A beautiful woman appeared on Aljazeera TV just now.

304 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 10:30:47.24
A 35 year old woman appears to be a child for me...it's a kind of sad, I admit.

305 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 10:36:34.26
People who always care how they are thought by others are sad I think.

306 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 10:46:39.47
>>304
can I ask you how old you are??

307 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 10:49:24.20
I have teeth ache.......

308 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 10:49:55.80
>>305
Agreed.
The saddest thing, I think, is you deny yourself.

309 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 10:52:22.20
Sounds like a typical Japanese.lol

310 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:00:28.10
>>309
And a typical Japanese posts with sage as well.

311 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:05:27.17
>>308
Yes. We shouldn't deny ourselves! I'm happy that I'm honest. I love lori! (joking)

But I don't think being typical Japanese is bad. I can be good sometimes. Depends on the situation.

312 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:06:57.18

http://toki.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/occult/1319358581/518-519

313 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:07:32.34
>>310
I guess it's just a default setting of their browser, though.
Most people on 2ch don't want other people to post without using sage.

314 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:11:11.86
>>313
Don't take it seriously!

315 :higashi:2011/11/26(土) 11:11:29.95
>>307
Me too...plus I have a slight headache too. I slept only 5 hours and my body wants to sleep more but I have to leave my house at 12..
>>308
I can't help denying myself! I'm so dumb ugly shy creepy unpleasnt .etc !!!!



316 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:12:39.14
>>314
I got you.lol

317 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:20:34.75
>>316
Thanks ;)

318 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:35:31.86
>>315
It's strange. You look cool to me for your English.

319 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 11:50:21.67
>>315
I've heard Himura saying on TV that he is confident in his countenance.
He is the half of a comedy duo Bananaman.
I'm sure most people judge him as those of adjectives you are referring to.
Still, whtaever they may say, he'll look on himself as handsome.
You should think it over why he is so.

320 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/26(土) 12:08:20.44
>>315
I managed to sleep 12 hours last night...

321 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 12:55:25.27
I wanna sleep like forever.

322 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/26(土) 13:26:48.80
>>271-272
Sometimes accents are understandable... sometimes I just nod my head and pretend to understand. Accents, as you said,
are VERY different sometimes. There are definitely problems.

Not only that, but some words can mean entirely different things.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_words_having_different_meanings_in_British_and_American_English
That's the first half of the list. It's a big list.

In other news, I can't post from college OR my friend's.

323 :higashi:2011/11/26(土) 13:33:33.92
>>318 thanks.>_< You are too nice
>>319 I dont think he really means those things he say abut his looks. it's just neta...$$
>>320 wow you slept half a day. If I sleep that long, I will go crazy

324 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/26(土) 14:02:12.75
>322
As someone from Scotland, I have a very thick accent naturally. I know I don't say a lot of words properly.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xan2xU-ZFic
This is an example of the local accent that I have, which I understand and can speak naturally,
but I can also speak "properly" when I need to (aka, teaching English).

One thing I found funny was the way I say girl (gih-rul) I didn't notice until one of my Japanese-English teachers pointed it out and asked.

325 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 14:19:52.76
jin-jin-jin!
Here's a microcosm of whole world!
English's been defacto standard.
that's why I've been learnt, so far.


326 :325:2011/11/26(土) 15:38:22.56
prev post seemed past-oriented

English is defacto standard.
That's why I've been learning.

better?


327 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 15:44:52.18
k

328 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 15:53:34.71
I'm not sure but Scottish English? is the kind of English that is often used by Dwarves in fantasy stuff, right?

329 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/26(土) 17:10:28.17
>>328
Correct!

330 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/26(土) 17:30:58.17
I have a question for Japanese folk: I know that the word "Gaijin" is considered to be somewhat rude, a contraction of "外国人" (depending how it is used)
but, have you ever heard (or used) phrases like "gaijin trap" or "gaijin card"?

I know both of those (and more) are used a lot among foreigners living in Japan, I'm just wondering how much the Japanese know of the phrases.

331 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 17:38:28.29
>>330
I have never heard those words before, and have no idea what they mean.

332 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 17:58:09.68
>>330
never heard of it.
and I didn't know that the word "gaijin" sounds kind of rude to foreign people until recently.
I think many Japanese people use this word unintentionally.
I mean, probably they don't know that it's kind of insulting to call them "gaijin"
even me, who used to live abroad and have a lot of international friends, sometimes use this word, it just comes out
so, I'd like to know why this word can be rude

333 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/26(土) 18:05:41.36
>>332
Oh, it was my supervisor (Japanese native) that told it me it was rude and that I shouldn't use it, hah.
I don't find it offensive, though and do use it, but only in a joking way around other gaijin.

A gaijin trap is a 溝, and a gaijin card is a 外国人登録証明書.

334 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 18:08:10.92
>>330
I'm a grown-up Japanese.

I guess "gaijin card" is/was familiar in Japan. / at least a few decade ago.

But I've not ever heard "gaijin trap".
Meaning is found just now by using google.
I have no idea. Why did they name such odd?


335 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 18:13:19.71
>>330
I didn't hear "gaijin trap" or "gaijin card". What are those?
Sometimes I hear "gaijin". As you say, it depeds on how it is used.
There are some people who use it with meaning no offense
and some people who mind it.

>>332
Many Japanese including me don't know the reason.
Maybe the people who mind it regard "gaijin" as outsider.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaijin

336 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 18:38:25.12
>>333
OK... what the hell is a 溝...?
and I sort of imagined a gaijin falling into a roadside gutter, but
I thought, "they can't be that stupid"
Then I googled it and that was exactly what it was. Goddamn gaijin.

337 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 19:07:45.33
The thread inhabitants English are very well.
I’m jealous!
I will move to other department next month, and I have to use English for E-mail and report at the office.
MOUDAMEPO

338 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 19:29:15.65
gaijin trap

http://archive.glimpse.org/tips/topic/slang/JP/gaijin-and-gaijin-traps/

http://www.myspace.com/video/pizzasage/gaijin-trap/35893087


339 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 19:46:47.36
>>337
Other people in the department are probably feeling the same as you,
MOUDAMEPO So you don't have to be so depressed!

340 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 19:52:51.49
It's said that 2ch is going to be closed....
If that is true, from where can I get reliable information?
I will cry ><

341 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 19:54:11.44
Do they hire some native english speakers?
Or do they just talk to each other with a japanese katakana accent
like we do in school? That would be rather funny.

342 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 19:59:32.66
>>340
This is the umpteenth time I've heard that story. (utilising the newly learned word: umpteen)
People keep saying that but it never happened.

343 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 21:28:28.10
Finally finished Final Fantasy 10.
It was the worst FF I have ever played. Boring world, uninteresting characters.
Dull storyline. I can't believe this shit of a game is considered the best FF by some people.

344 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/26(土) 22:23:07.26
>>343
I'm playing Skyward Sword right now, in Japanese. Good practice for learning the language, but god is it hard to understand...

At least I'm learning vital Japanese words such as 魔族長, 大地, 石盤, 神聖, 運命...

345 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 22:43:45.46
my chaika 2ch browser is having some problem
so I am trying to use Chrome and read crx thing.
do I need to create a google acount to installl addons??

346 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 22:59:28.36
Yes, you do.

347 :KG2ch:2011/11/26(土) 23:01:20.87
It was on the news that Kamenashi Kazuya and KyonKyon were seen together
at a wedding reception. Kame fans are saying they were not together,
but gossip is that they are re-united.
Any news would be greatly appreciated.

http://www.bitway.ne.jp/kodansha/friday/scoopengine/index.html



348 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:02:57.58
thats just stupid... why do I have to create an accoutn just to use addons

349 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:16:21.30
>>344
魔族長 hahaha

350 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:31:39.49
>>345
no you don't have to
don't trust that motherfucker

351 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:35:29.24
>>338
HAHAHA!!! It's interesting!
So I wonder why it's called "gaijin trap".
I think it's dangerous for Japanese, either.

352 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:38:37.48
>>350
too late, and, I think you are the lying motherucker?

353 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:46:31.07
>>344
Game is good way to learn foreign language.
Also these days game has full or lot voices.
However there are vocably bias.
a era, a generation, an accent, a genre, and so on.
for example "ancient" --- well appear in fantasy story but no apper in real life.
if you care about these things. Game is good way.
of cause "魔族長" --- Never apper in real life ... I believe. lol


354 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:46:46.47
read.crx2 looks great!!!!!!!
I think firefox is a finished owakon of the past now. but, I just hate google.

355 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:50:18.26
>>353
what do you mean by "ancient no appear in real life"?

356 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:52:43.67
>>350
I'm sorry, I failed. I didn't know about read.crx.
But, login is really needed for read.crx2 because it's not a extension but a application.
Applications have to be bought by google account (, in this case, for free).

357 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:59:39.83
>>356
ah, so if I opted for the normal readxrc, I did not have to have a stinking google
account? damn. but it is too late, my soul has been defiled

358 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/26(土) 23:59:50.57
>>344
>>353
well, "魔族長" will never appear in real life, however
separate the word and you get "魔" and "族" and "長"
these words may be useful when you study japanese.

359 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:00:31.29
Kamenashi seems to succeed in his drama after a dozen of failures.
He was given a dozen of chances before succces, unlike today's
pity youth.
Are you happy, KG2?


360 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:15:17.05
>>357
Why do you hate google?
If you already have accounts of Amazon or any other sites , it's same thing, isn't it?

When I use my android tablet, I have to need my google account but it's useful.
All I hope is the usefulness.

361 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:19:19.48
google steals our private date .

362 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:27:06.33
Sorry using Japanese. I have no time now

>>355
no -> x
少ししか -> o
※ゲームはそのジャンルに偏った語彙しか出ないのでその点は注意といいたかった。
 けど疑問に思ったのは上のことだよね?

>>358
I mean
of cause Demon lord --- Never apper in real life ... I believe. lol


363 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:28:22.03
Poor..

364 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:31:58.87
I take back my words, I think readcrx sucks???
how do I change font size?

365 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:33:56.48
I cant live w/o google

366 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:35:44.58
fuck this shit firefox is the truth

367 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:39:33.85
>>362
I still don't understand
what do you mean by "ancient"

368 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:40:21.09
hey. How's everything going?
I caught a cold recently, and it be careful of you also

369 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/27(日) 00:42:14.78
I slept 19:00-22:00.
I feel less and less like sleeping.

370 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/27(日) 00:44:11.74
>>368
Warm yourself firmly.

371 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:49:15.01
>>347
I checked the birth day of Kamenashi's.
Because I wondered if Kamenashi love for kyon related to
his passion in his youth.
Kokusyo Sayuri's marriage was a
hint. Kokusyo Sayuri got married to a corporate runner who is seven years younger
than her. Why would a man who is rich and can choose anybody
propose to a middle-aged woman who is desperate for marrying? I guess Kokusyo
was his dream girl. He was a upper grader in
elementary school and junior high school student when Kokusyo was a
member of Onyanko Club.
Marrying with Kokusyo must be his dreamcomestrue.

Back to Kamenashi Topic, Kamenashi was born in 1986 when Kyon Kyon was at the best
as an idol.
It is unlikely that Kamenashi remembers young pretty pretty
Kyon Kyon.
He may have a taste for old lady or what reason?

372 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:49:50.62
>>369
Hey, you missed "世にも奇妙な物語", didn't you?
I was excited at it.

373 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 00:51:02.38
is earth really getting globally warm?
we had a really hot summar, but winter is getting colder is what I feel.

374 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:08:45.42
wow.... I think read.crx2 sucks....
I thought it cums with a function that works like foxage2ch....
but there seems to be none....

375 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:09:12.30
魔族長 can be broken down as 魔族 長.
I 'm not familiar with this set of words and I don't think this usage
is used daily, either. But I can understand and it would not sound strange,
used in a right context.

http://www.google.co.jp/search?hl=ja&rlz=1T4GGHP_jaJP445JP445&biw=
1024&bih=550&q=%22%E9%AD%94%E6%97%8F%E9%95%B7%22&btnG=%E6%A4%9C%E7
%B4%A2&oq=%22%E9%AD%94%E6%97%8F%E9%95%B7%22&aq=f&aqi=g-rJ2g-mrJ1&a
ql=&gs_sm=s&gs_upl=2297l3594l0l4891l2l2l0l0l0l0l109l172l1.1l2l0
魔族長 seems to be used frequently in a certain genre of game.

376 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:23:05.51
>>375
Well of course, it is not strange.
It was funny because... 魔族長 is such a vital word.

377 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/27(日) 01:23:44.01
>>372
Actually Fuji-TV doesn't show in Yamanashi Prefecture.....

378 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:26:02.52
6 :名無しさん@英語勉強中 :sage :2011/11/23(水) 19:47:43.14
im willing to want any advice about what i written down on the former thread just now
plz~help me~
>>6
hang yourself from a christmas tree.
you will be taken to jesus land of happiness.

Uhahahaha. That makes me laugh as hell. I've never imagined
that scene. wwwwwwwwwwww
Very ideal situation for A-class horror movie or front page of
newspaper.

I wonder if this really happened.

379 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:30:09.10
Hanging from a christmas tree will make a History!
It would make greater impact thm stabbing sprees
that Takuma and Kato achieved!

380 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:43:42.57
>>377
Oh, Yamanashi doesn't have Fuji-TV broadcast as well as mountain?
Is that true? That's terrible!

381 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:44:18.52
I bought a christmas ornament today. Snowman wearing a red cap:) Christmas sprits are around here!

382 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:50:17.27
>>379
who are they?

383 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 01:58:47.46
is it possible to hang someone from a christmas tree, by the penis?
can penis endure gravity

384 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 02:00:04.99
>>371
He runs a company but his business is dubious.
He was arrested for stealing tires of parked cars.
You can check this.
ttp://k-10.jugem.jp/?eid=1277

>>347
Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher got devorced. Ashuton flirted with young women.
The age difference matters more and more as they get old.
Lets say a woman is 45 and her husband is 25. Some 45 year old woman is attractive
but when 15 years pass, she is 60 and he is 40. 40 year old women cannnot be
attractive to 40 year old man. 40 year old man's sexual drive can't be
satisfield by 60 year old woman's old body.

If kyon2 and Kamenashi got married, they would end up getting devorce in the end.
If I have a chance to go to a bookstore or convenience store, I'll check the
weekly magazine there and tell you what is written.


385 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 02:03:25.62
>>383
Mamoru Takuma and Tomohiro Kato.

386 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 02:03:44.28
>>383
If your penis is iron, yes.

387 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 02:10:33.92
I think Kaoru Yumi could be exceptional one.
Can you resist her allure?

388 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 02:12:45.59
>>386
really? I've heard that cyborgs need to convert their whole body
because if they only got metal arms, the arms would rip from raw-meat shoulders.
so if you only got an iron penis, I think it would be a ripped bloody iron sausage
hanging from a tree and deadbody on the ground

389 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 02:21:17.03
>>387
is she the ninja woman from Mito KOUMON?

390 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 02:29:55.95

大震災“的中”の北海道大 元助教授

関東近海でM9 と警告

その恐るべき根拠


地震エコーの研究を続けているのは、
北海道大元助教授で同大地震火山研究観測センターの研究支援推進員、理学博士の森谷武男氏だ。

本来は届かない89・9メガヘルツの電波を北海道えりも町に設置したアンテナが受信するようになった。
異常な電波を受ける継続時間が長いほどマグニチュードや震度が大きくなることが分かっている。
10分続けば震度1、100分なら震度2…と次第に強くなるという。

4月からの積算で、すでに20万分を超えている。

マグニチュードが9レベル、震度だと最も強い揺れ(震度7)が発生する危険性を示している。

海域なら大津波の発生もある。

http://www.asyura2.com/11/jisin17/msg/613.html

391 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 02:34:38.39
>>388
Oh you noticed.. Yes you're right. Get iron body then

392 :KG2ch:2011/11/27(日) 04:12:31.92
>>384 Well you speak as if human relationships are written in stone.
How do you know what a young man feels when he looks at older women?
Do you think all young men are the same?
Maybe it is a fetish that lasts a whole life. Maybe it is deeply psychological
and not as superficial as you might think. Everyone is different.
If they are attracted to each other now, they should be together now.
When tomorrow comes, they should worry about it then.

BTW thank you, if you ever come across the "Friday" newspaper in the link,
the article is written there. Fans are saying they were not seen together,
internet translations say they were very close and shared the same car.



393 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/27(日) 04:16:32.38
I just slept for 13 hours. It was nice!

Someone mentioned gaijins... That reminds me that I see a lot of people saying gaijins are treated badly, and other
people saying the opposite. How do you guys feel about foreigners in Japan? Are there a lot? How do you think other
people feel about them?

I might visit Japan someday, so I'm curious.

394 :KG2ch:2011/11/27(日) 04:19:18.42
>>371 KyonKyon is still beautiful. Now she looks her best!
She looks confident, sexy and has great humour.
Yes Kame is known for his preference for older girls since
he was young. It's psychology, some men are like that.


395 :KG2ch:2011/11/27(日) 04:24:03.47
>>393 Are you frozen yet Canada-jin? A cup of Tim Horton's would be nice!

396 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/27(日) 04:28:50.15
>>395
Actually, we're getting above average temperatures this month. It's 13C, which is typically temperature for
September/October. It should be approximately -5C now.

And yes, Tim Horton's is amazing. There's one in my college. I buy donuts and hot chocolate there a lot.

... maybe too much. :(

397 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 04:34:01.01
>>324
It is Russian, isn't it?
I've never learned Russian so far and I'm not thinking of learning it myself.


398 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 04:41:00.76
I don't understand a word about what she says.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CPnA5VFDyA&feature=related

399 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 05:28:40.10
A painful thing in a heartbreak is not
that she isn't dating me, but she doesn't understand my love.
That is to say, she doesn't have empathy for me.
That means I have no value to do sincere response for her...

400 :KG2ch:2011/11/27(日) 05:34:25.16
>>371 I checked the Kokusyo Sayuri news:

http://hochi.yomiuri.co.jp/feature/entertainment/romance/news/20110112-OHT1T00042.htm

Looks like Sayuri was a field track runner, no wonder the man is head of heels in love with her.
BTW she is gorgeous. Japanese women are really really beautiful.

401 :KG2ch:2011/11/27(日) 05:40:04.51
>>396 Aw that's too bad Canada-jin. Poor polar bears and the rrest ...They won't hibernate.
They will be confused.This whole global warming thing is getting serious.

402 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 05:44:53.66
>>391
You make Kamenashi seem like a mama's boy.

403 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 05:49:41.03
That aside phew

404 :KG2ch:2011/11/27(日) 05:50:39.35
>>359 I am happy if he is happy. To me ratings is nothing
compared to his willpower, determination and hard work.

405 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 07:41:11.27
Kokusho Sayuri?
She's been already owacon.

406 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 07:51:28.93
Needn't to be mentioned

407 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 08:30:20.81
>>384
Your ideas are within common sense after all.
There are some guys who think, the older the better, while most of the people in the world love younger women.
Are you happen to be the type of guy who judges things with a measure that works only in your own world?

408 :KG2ch:2011/11/27(日) 08:41:44.36
>>384 It is amazingly the same way as thinking like this:
Suddenly your beloved fiancee develops cancer. She has roughly
x years to live. Would you marry him/ her and be with them till the end?
Or would you break the engagement, saying "I don't want to marry someone
with one foot in the grave and suffer"? Would you be ruled by your heart
or your logic? What you are saying with your decision making is, getting old
is worse than cancer. When you have an old woman as wife, it is like cancer.
She must be just there to please you and stay a 25 year old forever, which is
impossible. It stems from the belief that you will have the same virility
of a 25 year old man at 40, which is also impossible.
Do you see what I mean?


409 :KG2ch:2011/11/27(日) 08:44:19.50
him/her?? cross "him" out, I didn't really mean a gay marriage!

410 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 09:47:48.48
>>393
I don't know. If you don't speak Japanese, you might get bad treatment
from some ppl. Foreigners might get treated badly at work, I don't know.
I'd like to hear from scotlandjin about his bad experiences in Japan.

411 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 10:14:10.38
>>410
Honestly had none, I've not had any unfriendly experience here.
I've been here maybe 4-5 months now, and the people have all been really friendly.
That's both other staff at work, and the students at the schools. I've not had bad treatment at all.
I work in only small schools here, the largest has just over 100 pupils, and so the schools have about 10-15 staff at most.
Some staff I talk to less that others, but I get along with them all very well.

The Japanese people have only been friendly to me. I've not had anything racist, at all.

412 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 10:29:27.98
>>411
I like youuuuu
You're very nice:)

413 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 10:35:03.97
>>411
That's great to hear. Especially from someone from somewhere in some mountains.
On the Internet, I often see foreigners claiming that the Japanese in countryside are racist.

414 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 10:38:30.30
>>411
You're lucky. That's also because of your good character.

Many Japanese will avoid talking in English not because they don't like foreigners but because they're shy. .

415 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/27(日) 10:44:10.19
>>410
I want to learn Japanese. I've been teaching myself for a while. I understand the grammar and I know all Hiragana and most Katakana.
I can also recognize about 30 Kanji and write about 15 from memory. It just takes so long! :P
I am hoping to read/write and speak Japanese when I visit.

>>411
That is awesome to hear. I've seen the same things as >>413

416 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/27(日) 10:47:40.56
>>410
How have you been enjoying Japan? Do you feel you're doing well?

417 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 11:02:08.66
>>416
What? I'm Japanese. Did you mean 411

418 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/27(日) 11:06:02.31
Let's hold off-meeting in Japan someday......

419 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 11:16:45.23
I think it's true that Japan is mostly a single race country but recently,
especially in urban areas or at tourist spots, foreigners are not uncommon anymore.
So maybe you don't need to worry about just visiting.

Actually, sometimes I feel noisy about foreigners talking in their language at tourist spots.
But, that's it. Please feel free to visit and talk your own language.

420 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 11:34:16.43
>>415
Oh my god, Japanese grammar... I keep saying [Sentence 1]ので[sentence 2]
backwards because it's the other way round in English, same as when using のに or (だ)から.

I really need to study my grammar more. Hiragana I can read fine, Katakana mostly fine,
but I get mixed up between the likes of シ and ツ sometimes. Kanji I'm ok with, been using James Heiseig's books
and can ready about 4-500, but I've been using Anki decks (Smart.fm Core 2/6000) to learn compounds rather than just Kanji.
Heiseig's books I'm using mostly just to learn meanings and how to write rather than how to read,
so I'v not really used the second book.

It's funny to see pupil's reactions when I say I can read/write Kanji (「うそ、まじで?」) and then write something like 綺麗 perfectly.
I deliberately try to learn complex kanji just to do that.

421 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 13:29:46.17
The Japanese are shy and unconfident, including speaking English.
The Japanese has twisted feelings for Gaijins.
Gaijins are both scary and respectable at the same time so they want to keep distance from them.

I once watched the youtube video in which one Australian pranked
like forward rolling on the floor and chinning up with train straps,
talking to total strangers.
No Japanese warned his rude manner, trying not to see the Australian.
I got pissed out, watching the video. Japanese there were pathetic too.
BUt I'm not sure I could have cautioned him. I could have done nothing
more lilkely than not.
Yes, some Japanese are different and starting to change. But in general
Japanese are shy and mute like that above.

422 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 13:32:06.94
Sorry, pissed out →pissed off

423 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 14:51:32.75
Tokyo Metro's Manner Poster Series Scolds Subway Slobs
http://inventorspot.com/articles/tokyo_metros_manner_poster_series_scolds_subway_slobs_21049


424 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 15:32:12.40
I'm Japanese.
I like America.

425 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 15:48:58.73
>>420
You could jadge these words by sound.
Shape is similar but sound is not.
Japanese learn by writing(for shape) and reciting(for sound) in elementary school like 2 time table.

シ(shi), ツ(tsu)
パ(pa), バ(ba)
ン(n, ng?), ソ(so)

http://www.coscom.co.jp/hiragana-katakana/kanatable-j.html


426 :425:2011/11/27(日) 17:05:54.71
jadge -> judge -> recognize


427 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 18:14:13.72
i was asleep all the day today

428 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 18:18:03.85
I took TOEIC today.
I don't think it was that bad.

429 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 18:19:45.26
>>428
What score do you think you get?

430 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 18:23:06.23
>>429
last time when I took TOEIC, the score was 915, so hopefully more

431 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 18:39:44.97
>>428
Nice! Hope you did well!

I'm looking at doing the 日本語能力試験2級 next year in ~July.
I think I could give N3 a shot just now, but I'm hoping with maybe 8 months of study (and living in the country)I can up that to N2.

432 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 18:59:42.94
>>427
It's your loss.
Don't waste of your time.


433 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 19:06:18.08
>>431
I hope you can pass the exam.


434 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 19:07:56.89
>>430
Can you understand English drama only English voice without subtitle?


435 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 19:16:24.16
>>431
Thank you!
Good lack with your Japanese test!

>>434
well, I guess I can almost understand, but still I need English subtitles.


436 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 19:50:10.06
>>435
I'm curious, what English shows do you watch?

437 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 20:07:13.46
>>436
recently I started watching a drama called Dexter and it's pretty good.
but usually I watch Hollywood movies more than dramas.

438 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 20:24:24.94
My favourite is skins. UK version:)

439 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 20:37:19.98
hashimoto is going to be the next mayor of osaka city.
he's been one of the best governor of osaka prefecture,
and his closest ally seems to succeed his position.
osaka is going to change. i'm not sure it will be better or worse, though

440 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:10:05.37
Hashimoto is dubious.
At one point he was considering giving voting rights to Koreans.

441 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2011/11/27(日) 21:22:00.32
Here's Japan's breaking news. the former Osaka Prefecture governer Hashimoto Toru
has finally become Osaka city mayor. Congratulation! And Mr. Matsui Ichiro has finally
become new Osaka prefecture governer.
So I say "Congratulation! Make your Osaka better than ever!" to them.

http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20111127-00000068-jij-pol

I wonder how Hashimoto and Matsui change Osaka. I hope his "Osaka metropolitan area" plan goes bad.
Why I'm concerned about Hashimoto? Because I've heard some people critisizing for him as "a dictator".
He does deny that. But such people still continue. He had not only good reputation but also bad reputation
from Osaka people.

Well, I don't live in Osaka. So it doesn't really matter to me. lol

442 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:26:26.15
No one cares.

443 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:33:47.15
politics theme is flammable.


444 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:45:21.69
This is an example of good politics
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOuumGX-6uc

445 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:31:38.46
Japanese can't be racist. Racism includes the feelings of superior race.
Some Black hate white people and vengeous feelings for them.
But it's not racism.
I guess Scottish hate for English is not racist either.

Racist can mostly apply to white people. They judge only by skin colour
and outer appearance. They think white people are beautiful and
only sexually appealing to them.They are always badmouthing nonwhites
having relations with beautiful white women.
For example, David Duke seems to have sexual inclination for white girl
of playboy cover girl and he wants to keep sexy white girls
from non-whites. He wants protect pureness of white people
which is at the height of human ladder, aesthetically and
intelectually.
These phenomena are exclusively typical to white people.

Japanese can't think they are beautiful and special in front of the
mirror. We think we are ugly and physically weak too.
Japanese are not used to foreigners. Insularism is more proper than
racism.

446 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:52:21.88
>>445
shut up nigger

447 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:54:05.22
the man in the mirror is always beautiful .
that`s all.


448 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:36:27.32
Japanese can't be racist. Racism includes the feelings of superior race.
Some Black hate white people and vengeous feelings for them.
But it's not racism.
I guess Scottish hate for English is not racist either.

Racist can mostly apply to white people. They judge only by skin colour
and outer appearance. They think white people are beautiful and
only sexually appealing to them.They are always badmouthing nonwhites
having relations with beautiful white women.
For example, David Duke seems to have sexual inclination for white girl
of playboy cover girl and he wants to keep sexy white girls
from non-whites. He wants protect pureness of white people
which is at the height of human ladder, aesthetically and
intelectually.
These phenomena are exclusively typical to white people.

Japanese can't think they are beautiful and special in front of the
mirror. We think we are ugly and physically weak too.
Japanese are not used to foreigners. Insularism is more proper than
racism.

449 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:37:49.79
Japanese can't be racist. Racism includes the feelings of superior race.
Some Black hate white people and vengeous feelings for them.
But it's not racism.
I guess Scottish hate for English is not racist either.

Racist can mostly apply to white people. They judge only by skin colour
and outer appearance. They think white people are beautiful and
only sexually appealing to them.They are always badmouthing nonwhites
having relations with beautiful white women.
For example, David Duke seems to have sexual inclination for white girl
of playboy cover girl and he wants to keep sexy white girls
from non-whites. He wants protect pureness of white people
which is at the height of human ladder, aesthetically and
intelectually.
These phenomena are exclusively typical to white people.

Japanese can't think they are beautiful and special in front of the
mirror. We think we are ugly and physically weak too.
Japanese are not used to foreigners. Insularism is more proper than
racism.

450 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:57:19.05
>>448
shut up nigger

451 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 21:58:31.50
>>435
I'm curious.
What does "understand" mean?
Does it mean you can almost understand dramas like Dexter word by word
or that you can almost follow the story lines with the help of visual
effects?
I'm curious about your listening score. Are you good at listening
rather than grammer and reading?

452 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 22:00:53.35
I have to admit whites people are more attractive
learning mashioka and O.J simpson and seal and ...cases. thank you.

453 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 22:15:15.57
TOEIC does not do listening, only reading and marksheets right?

454 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 22:17:28.20
>>449
The Scottish and English rivalry isn't racism, it's just a kind of running joke of the two counties.
It's usually just a joke, the vast majority of people don't have anything against the other.

Also, you say "Japanese can't think they are beautiful and special in front of the mirror."
Sorry, but I'm disagreeing here with you (or them), I've seen some absolutely gorgeous Japanese women here.

455 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 22:17:36.53
I was wrong, never mind.

456 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 22:17:04.06
>>449
The Scottish and English rivalry isn't racism, it's just a kind of running joke of the two counties.
It's usually just a joke, the vast majority of people don't have anything against the other.

It's funny, really. During the world cup last year, the pub in my hometown in Scotland had a different flag every day - supporting whatever team England was playing.
It was hilarious. (Yes, Scotland is very bad at Football. I don't think they even qualified last year.)

Also, you say "Japanese can't think they are beautiful and special in front of the mirror."
Sorry, but I'm disagreeing here with you (or them), I've seen some absolutely gorgeous Japanese women here.

457 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 22:17:16.43
>>449
The Scottish and English rivalry isn't racism, it's just a kind of running joke of the two counties.
It's usually just a joke, the vast majority of people don't have anything against the other.

It's funny, really. During the world cup last year, the pub in my hometown in Scotland had a different flag
every day - supporting whatever team England was playing.
It was hilarious. (Yes, Scotland is very bad at Football. I don't think they even qualified last year.)

Also, you say "Japanese can't think they are beautiful and special in front of the mirror."
Sorry, but I'm disagreeing here with you (or them), I've seen some absolutely gorgeous Japanese women here.

458 :nanashi 【東電 89.2 %】 ◆NANaShiTfI :2011/11/27(日) 22:20:39.46
>>431
N2? Impressive. I wish you the best of luck.
I've been studying for the N3 intensively for a while (under a professor) and a couple
weeks she accidentally gave us N2 study material and we didn't notice lol. N2 doesn't
seem to be much worse than N3.
I tried N1 once on their website and my brain exploded.

459 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 22:21:53.06
>>457
who? atsuko maeda? lol center girl in many senses.

460 :nanashi 【東電 89.2 %】 ◆NANaShiTfI :2011/11/27(日) 22:27:24.37
>>420
You rather remind me of myself too, studying extremely complex kanji for the
hell of it. Never used Heisig's method though. Knowing the kanji offhand seems more
efficient in the long-run than having to break down a kanji when I see it, and radicals more
often than not have no correlation with the meaning of the kanji (sorry I'm a kanji otaku).

By the way Scotland-jin, have you met Igirisujin around here? I feel like he once said there was a
Scotland-jin on here a while ago.

461 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 22:28:10.12
>>457
Me!

462 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 22:28:20.58
>>459
Actually meaning in real life! Although, usually been drinking a touch so perhaps was seeing something else...

Sorry for the double posts, is it possible to delete posts here?

463 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 22:41:01.75
The other Scottish guy was actually a fan of AKB.

464 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 22:52:40.47
>>463
AKB-48 and Arashi... are they any good at all? Hear their names dropped all the time.

>>460
With Kanji learning I'm coming from a completely different background, with absolutely zero childhood exposure to them.
I like Heiseig's method because it tries to put some kind of meaning behind the radicals and overall Kanji, which helps a lot

Like recently, playing Zelda - coming across the word 魔族長 - I know the Kanji are Demon, Family and Leader, so I didn't need to look up the meaning "demonlord".
Thankfully, the game has Furigana so I know the readings, too.

465 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 22:55:07.05
I'd be interested to know how Japanese natives learn Kanji - theres what, 2000 (or more) needed for everyday knowledge?
How are they taught in schools, how do you remember them? (How many do you actually know? :D).
In English schooling, in our first grade, we're introduced to the Alphabet,
and usually given a simple word and pictograph for each letter. A is for Apple, B is for Ball... etc.
26 different characters are easier to remember than the thousands in Japanese!
Though, we have more sounds which is a pain - a can be about 7 different sounds.
That's what I like about Japanese, あ is always あ and never changes pronunciation.

466 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 23:16:50.89
just start learning by simple kanji
read text and imitate one easy to remember

467 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 23:24:56.83
>>464
AKB is generally despised on 2ch for some reason. I personally just don't care.
Arashi appears in many TV commercials and they are starting to get on my nerves.

468 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 23:27:52.11
>>464 Are you スコットランド人 by any chance?
He once frequenced this place many times a couple of years ago.
Fist time I saw your name Scotland-jin, I thought you were
スコットランド人. But I'm not sure now.

He was seriously thinking about the sessesion from Great Britain.
Nearly the half of Scottish people want an independence
from England. He hated English guts. He thought the annexation with
England was coerced under military threat.
I don't know why support for independence is rising recently.

As for ugliness, do you remember Shunsuke Nakamura, former Celtic
football player?
He was once picked up here and someone were worried about
his ugliness. He didn't want Scottish people to
take him as average Japanese. Plus, He is shy and gloomy.
So his reputation is necessarily high here.

http://supportista.jp/news/953
He was mocked by Rangers supporters. They chanted "nakamura ate my dog"
Dog eating habit roots in Korea and reatraunts in Japan which serve dog
are mostly run by korean though.
I see many union jacks with Rangers supportes. Is it right
that Rangers supportes are roughly unionists and Celtic supportes are roughly
independentists?

469 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 23:28:47.42
is rising recently,,,typical mistake.
is rising lately is more correct?

470 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 23:41:50.44
>>468
Not スコトランド人、sorry. I'm fairly new to 2ch.

(Before I start this rant, I don't really know too much about politics so most of this is personal conjecture)
As for Scottish independence...
The UK has two major government parties, the Conservatives and the Labour party.
Scotland also has its own Devolved Parliament, which the Scottish people vote for.
Traditionally, the Labour party is the "working mans" party while the Conservatives, or tories,
are the upper class party. This is talking 50 years ago. There are a lot of poorer communities in Scotland,
so Labour was always more popular in Scotland.

471 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 23:42:55.93
>>470

Anyway, in the Scottish government, the labour party was in for a long time - but over
the course of the last term, they became increasingly unpopular.
The conservatives are unpopular to begin with, so they had little chance of getting in.
There were a lot of people voting for the SNP because of this.
Not because people wanted the SNP, but because people DIDN'T want Labour or
Conservatives - and SNP were the only other ones that could possibly win the vote.

The SNP has said they want a vote for Scottish independence soon, but it hasn't yet done through.
It was one of their party policies, though. I have no idea if it will pass or not, but personally I certainly hope not.
Scotland would not be able to survive as an independent nation.

I, as a scotsman, have no hatred at all to the English. I have English friends and family.

472 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/27(日) 23:45:56.65
>>468
The Celtic/Rangers divide is mostly Catholic/Protestant, two major branches of Christianity.
There's a lot of news regarding violence there, and it's frankly appalling. I hate that people
in my own country get so worked up over such petty things, it's embarrassing really.

As for any racist chanting, again please note it's the view of the few. Scottish people, as a whole, do not think like that.

473 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/27(日) 23:48:21.05
>>465
I can read 綺麗 but can't write it down correctly.

Sometimes I forget simple kanjis too. Reading is more easier than
writing.

474 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 00:00:47.82
The boy stood on the burning deck
Whence all but he had fled;
The flame that lit the battle's wreck
Shone round him o'er the dead.


Chronologically, they fled, then a lad stood on a deck, right?
I think this way because of "had". This "whence" should be "for" or smthing
in today's usual grammar, right? This seems rhetoric or old usage.


475 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 00:01:24.29
Nakamura deserves the racist chanting and more. His face is a crime.

476 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 00:06:17.48
>>465
we often use "kanji drill"(set of kanji quizes) in elementary school.
start from easy kanji and gradually step up
in most case, students are required to do drills as homework
and submit them to their teachers regularly

477 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 00:10:40.33
>>470-472
Thank you for a long explanation. I appreciated your kindness and
elaboration.
That was very helpful to me.

スコットランド人 was a self-proclaimed socialist.
His political ideology may have something to do with your explanation
about Scotland tendency toward left wing party.

And about religion, it's natural that Protestant people becom more and more
freindly to the Anglican church and Great Britain.

By the way, don't you feel offended when called イギリス人?
I heard this story a couple of tmes.
イギリス derives from England and it means Great Britain
as a whole. Japanese are prone to not to make a distinction between England
and Scotland.
http://books.rakuten.co.jp/event/book/interview/nicol_cw/img/title_7.jpg
He is C.W.Nicole, Welsh Japanese. He don't want to be called
イギリス人.

478 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/28(月) 00:11:26.89
>>474
Yea, Whence is a very old fashioned word meaning meaning "what place" or "from"

In this sense of this poem, the first two lines say "A boy is along on a deck alone because everyone else had fled".
No english speaker will speak like that today, but you will find it in poetry or older works, such as Shakespeare or the likes.

479 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/28(月) 00:19:14.94
>>477
Not offended. I realise that I'm on the other side of the world here, and that イギリス will, to most people, mean all of the UK.
If asked "Are you from England?" I'll say "I'm form the UK" or "I'm from Scotland", because I'm not actually from England.
I speak English, but, but I'm not from England geographically.
Officially, I am "British". That's what my passport says, thats what everyone in the UK is.

Here, I've been introducing myself with 僕はスコットランド人 and if asked where, 北のイギリス.
Though, I'm not sure if this means north of the UK in general (as in outside) or a northern part of the UK (in japanese), so I tend to stick with イギリスから.

480 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 00:29:54.10
北のイギリス is understandable.
イギリス北部から sounds more natural in my opinion.

481 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/28(月) 00:37:06.06
Test

482 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/28(月) 00:42:42.40
>>480 I think so too

483 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/28(月) 00:49:09.47
>>480
>>482

Learn something new everyday. Cheers!

484 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 00:51:35.55
kintama yori hokubu is just pokochin in my opinion

485 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 00:52:23.48
i'm going to take a bath now

486 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 00:53:10.60
>>485
Ok, but, who are you?

487 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 01:00:48.82
the whole Igirisu and England thing is a mess.
it should have been BURITEN and there would hv been no problem.

488 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 01:03:18.44
I suddenly feel guiilty about making fun of nakamura's face.
I apologize nakamura.

489 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 01:10:27.03
>>464
Other day "Demon lord" line is simply punch line.
I've expeced you could translate to Demon what immediately and laugh.


490 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 01:25:34.81
The guilt of making fun of Nakamura's face is killing my heart.
I need Jesus' help... I wonder why Mr. Jesus is kept on the cross for all eternity...
shouldn't he be freed from the crucifixion....

491 :Canada-jin ◆BLIiETrWrI :2011/11/28(月) 02:14:46.46
>>437
I have a friend who loves Dexter. I wanted to watch it but I never got around to it.

As for the discussion of the JLPT, I'm about 5% of the way to N5... hehe. Any good
tips for learning the content necessary for JLPT?

492 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/28(月) 02:35:49.36
Mom's snoring is keeping me from sleeping

493 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 02:52:37.18
Do you live with your mum?

494 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/28(月) 02:59:58.61
Yeah. It's not uncommon that grown-up children live with their parents in japan if they are still single.

495 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/28(月) 03:02:51.88
Just so ya know, I still go to school and I am a girl , so this situation is very normal :)

496 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 03:36:07.04
It's uncommon in Europe as well but it's pretty normal if you're a school girl. Hope you can sleep well.

497 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 03:57:01.98
>>451
I'm better at listening but I can just follow the story.
My listening score was 480.

>>491
It's pretty interesting I want you to watch!

498 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 58.6 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/28(月) 04:05:23.37
I am back with compy4 ^^

499 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 04:06:29.41
>>492
Night owl would be no good for skin care.

http://www.mimisen.jp/
Here's NoiseSoft is very good. I am using every day.

but Here's Bilsom Leightning L3 is expensive.
You can find more cheap price by using google.


500 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 07:49:50.88
Is there any relationship between scotland and scotty,scotissh?

They are similar to each other.

501 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 08:21:25.58
This sprang to my mind.
http://ec2.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ohuRa0wuL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

502 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/28(月) 08:30:49.66
Good morning everyone. How are you?

I was about to catch cold.
It's better to use paste-on warming plaster between scapulas and between kidneys.


503 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 10:19:02.72
It is so cold today. This weather makes me so sleepy.

504 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 86.4 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/28(月) 11:19:45.10
http://i.ebayimg.com/t/MARILL-SOFT-TOY-POKEMON-FIGURE-POKEBALL-PLUSH-UK-/00/$%28KGrHqIOKi!E4n%28f4YjfBOMDTwE1,w~~0_12.JPG

かわいい〜

505 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/28(月) 11:46:33.31
>>496
Thanks. I slept around 4 and got up at 9:30. Only five and a half hours of sleep, but I don't feel bad today.

>>498
thanks for the link! I already have some of those ear plugs but they were super cheap and they don't block noise very well..

506 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 12:06:52.65
Here's 3 o'clock. Need to sleep but my flatmate's snoring is too loud :P now I understand how you were feeling.

507 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 12:15:19.72
>>501
that's it!

508 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/28(月) 14:59:24.16
>>500
Not quite sure what you mean, but

Scotland = 国名
Scottish = スコットランド人 ("He is Scottish")
Scot: スコットランド人 ("He is a Scot")
"Scots English" = スコットランド語(多分)
Scotty = Nickname for "Scott"(Common, i.e. Scotty in star trek) or a nickname for any scottish person (uncommon)
Scottie: type of dog.

509 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 84.5 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/28(月) 15:22:31.21
http://i.ebayimg.com/t/MARILL-SOFT-TOY-POKEMON-FIGURE-POKEBALL-PLUSH-UK-/00/$%28KGrHqIOKi!E4n%28f4YjfBOMDTwE1,w~~0_12.JPG

かわいい〜

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hX_hvrF6z6I
scottish

510 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 15:30:52.29
>>509
You sure have girls' mind.
Your outside doesn't correspond with your inside.
How long would you keep being a boy? Just quit it!
It's time for you to turn into a girl!!

511 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 15:33:15.23
>>508
Actually Scotty is a popular tissue paper in Japan.
We love Scotty.


512 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 84.8 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/28(月) 15:58:17.62
I am attracted to お転婆.....

513 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 84.8 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/28(月) 16:01:28.00
>>510
....as soon as possible IN 日本
Will the People of 2ch help me find HRT in Japan?
When I get there?

514 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 16:14:02.17
>>513
We can help you out.
But you have to go there and explain all the stuff by yourself.
Can you do that in Japanese?lol

515 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 85.4 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/28(月) 16:42:42.12
>>514
I love you 2ch......

516 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 18:34:22.25
>>511
It's Scottie, not Scotty.
ティッシュ is how we call tissue paper in Japan, but the men behind Scottie
refuse to use the word ティッシュ, and instead call it ティシュー,
because it is closer to the pronunciation of "tissue" and thus more correct.
We should make Scottie the official tissue paper of this thread.

517 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 18:55:37.45
I heard tissue paper consumption in Japnan is the most in the world.

518 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 19:01:08.96
Japan(´・ω・`)

519 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 19:17:51.46
>>517
that makes sence

520 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 19:31:13.67
Indeed I used Scotty, but I like most of hanaserebu

521 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 19:40:14.00
I'm having ginger milk tea from Tullys.
This is quite good.


522 : 【沖縄電 - %】 :2011/11/28(月) 19:48:37.93
its cold

523 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 20:13:48.41
do dry cloth dry friction on your dick to generate heat.
costs 0 yen and needs no electrocity.

524 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 20:56:20.45
My big and hard dick generates much energy.
I and my penis can save the world.

525 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 21:19:50.82
use it to monopolise japan's next generation energy industry
before the korean mago seigi sticks his hands in the field.

526 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 21:24:38.94
Tell me your size

527 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/28(月) 21:24:47.75
Can someone translate 獄炎大岩?

I know the Kanji meanings are Jail, Fire/inferno, Large, rock/boulder, but I can't think what the English translation would be.

528 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 21:42:10.90
Some kanji can take a lifetime to fully appreciate
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/ek20111128mn.html


529 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 21:43:29.61
>>526
I'm freezing now ><
can you insert your hot big dick into my pussy and make me warm?

530 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 21:43:46.14
>>527
獄 I think means Hell (地獄) here
so 獄炎 is like hellfire/inferno
I can't come up with a cool/natural translation, my english is not good enough.

531 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 21:44:18.48
>>529 is to >>524

532 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 21:44:40.53
>>527
Where did you get that word? lol
I have never seen it honestly. Is it some kind of finishing technique some manga character, probably antagonist, has? lol
If that's the case, "hell fire huge rock" would be kind of suitable, I think.
If you don't stick to exact translation, then "Massive Hell-Fire Ball" might make sense.

533 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/28(月) 21:52:15.42
>>530
>>532

Giant Ball of Hellfire sounds good.

And yea, tis from a game.

534 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 21:58:52.16
>>533
Yep, haha, I've checked and found a boss enemy in Zelda.
Did you know it's also named as Bera Dahma?
And as a Japanese, I've noticed Dahma implies that it's ball-shaped. You know, when I saw
that name, 玉 (tama/dama: ball) came to my mind.
So Giant Ball of Hellfire is the best translation!

535 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 22:05:07.15
>>533
>tis
Oh, This is the first time I've actually seen it used except for Morrigan!

Well, that's just it, sorry..

536 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/28(月) 22:19:42.00
>>535
I use it all the time. Probably not brilliant english, but it's shorter than typing/saying "it is".
Plus, sounds so much cooler.

though I don't say it when I'm speaking, my accent make "it is" sound more like "i'is" as I almost completely drop the t sound.

537 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 22:29:29.42
>>527
Almost Japanese games have been translated to English.
I guess you can find/google to English game strategy web site.

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wii/souj/world/EarthTemple/003.html
http://www.zeldawiki.org/File:Scaldera_Art.png


538 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 22:31:20.13
http://www.zeldawiki.org/Bosses_in_The_Legend_of_Zelda:_Skyward_Sword


539 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 22:32:38.93
>>537
why do you always misuse "almost"?

540 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 22:46:28.70
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541 :537:2011/11/28(月) 22:46:38.21
>>539
Thank you!


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543 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 22:49:24.17
>>540 >>542
No thank you!


544 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 22:57:02.06
>>542
I never wanna see you again

545 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 23:06:02.25
I saw a huge roach in my room this summer.
Terrible memory

546 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 23:14:38.07
I solved the problem with chaika and got rid of chsome and read.crx2.
after the uninstallation, something called googleupdate was still there and
it tried to access to the internet. stinking google and their chsome can go to hell.
but i kept the account for youtube.

547 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 23:25:42.10
I used to have soft shit and often diarrhea
but now having steady streak of solid hard shit. so hard it damaged my anus

548 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 23:27:45.58
Why can he play Japanese game in his country...?


549 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/28(月) 23:28:23.18
>>545
i have the same experience this year
roach is pretty disgusting and terrible

550 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 01:48:38.37
i am very very very poor now ,so i can`t pay any money for pension scheme.
and what trouble is that i can`t trust those system .



551 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 02:59:55.36
White People are descendants of Neanderthal, who are
overwhelmed by Homo sapiens population but superior to human-beings intelectually
and by appearance.
Black people don't have Neanderthal gene at all, which
divides white and black. White people are the richest in Neanderthal
genes.

Super human which Hitlar and Nietzsche predicted was
Neanderthal. Extract Neanderthal gene from Geraman and revive
pure Neanderthal. We could see super human alive!

552 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 03:07:00.84
So what

553 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 03:39:55.40
あらゆるゲームを現実世界で再現したらこんな感じになる
http://youtu.be/XxC-Iu2fLoo


554 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 04:50:35.18
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555 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 04:50:58.50
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556 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2011/11/29(火) 06:47:43.05
How about this news?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-15923434

I think it's interesting and unique. But I also think it's nonsense because, everytime
we all men urinate in the restroom, it only takes about 30 seconds to finish.
As soon as men finish it, go out.
So I think it's nonsense and unnecessary.

557 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2011/11/29(火) 06:51:11.63
Recently, I have a problem of my body. Sometimes I close my eyes for a while, I notice I sleep for long time.
Maybe I'm in narcolepsy. 'Cause I don't sleep for over 7hours, but 5hours. Well, I'm alright though.
However, I can't stand that I sleep, wearing my contact lenses and not brushing my teeth, turning my PC and
my CD compo up. It's just such a drag! Everytime "the devil of sleeping" comes to me in the night, I drink co-
ffee to get him away. But, sometimes my coffee power can't beat him...And I fall to a long time sleep eventually.
Sigh...

What's worse, in the morning, when I ride a train to go to my university, I sometimes oversleep and so miss to get
off at a station. The station is where I should get off to go there. the station is so close to there. Well, missing to
do so, I must ride another to go back. It's also such a drag.


558 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 67.6 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/29(火) 07:47:09.66
Japan(´・ω・`)


559 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/29(火) 08:06:03.57
>>557
I think the next day begins already this evening, around 4p.m..
Most of Buddism self-discipline start early in the evening.
How one have a time of the evening is very important.

560 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 09:44:41.80
>>557
You obviously have symptoms of autonomic imbalance.
You'd better take measures against it as soon as possible or it'll be absolutely getting worse and finally you'll have a serious disease.
Don't take it lightly.

561 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 79.0 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/29(火) 10:05:56.67
http://images.4chan.org/jp/src/1322526397378.jpg
気狂い!


562 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 10:18:18.05
>>561
Do you always browse such a indecent picture?
Do you like it?
You might be an Otaku?

563 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 10:45:46.73
Does it matter?

564 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 11:05:45.66
>>558
You gotta save up that green stuff and take the next step toward being a girl.

565 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 11:10:50.73
>>562
She sure is an otaku/cosplayer. She loves to wear a Hatsune Miku outfit.

566 :イギリス人:2011/11/29(火) 11:24:40.34
>>487
The name of our nation can be quite complicated. Of course, there's England, Scotland, Wales and Northern
Ireland. But England, Scotland and Wales are collectively known as Britain. Then Britain plus Northern Ireland
is the United Kingdom. Our passports say we're from "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland". It's a little easier just to say "the UK".

>>556
Ah, Umechisan, I was watching that on the news yesterday morning, but couldn't help remembering that
Japan got there first last year...
ttp://toylets.sega.jp/

>>468
At the moment, the SNP is pushing for something called 'Devolution Plus'. While not total independence,
this would give the Scottish parliament more power with domestic issues such as taxes. I agree with
Scotland-jin not because I'm English, but also believe that Scotland wouldn't be able to easily manage with
independence. As far as I know, though Scotland does have a manufacturing industry, their economy mainly
relies on the service sector, with various forms of banking and insurance.

567 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 11:42:55.11
>>561
How much have you saved up for being a girl so far?

568 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 82.2 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/29(火) 11:43:27.01
>>564
I will become one in Japan

>>565
I need one ....

569 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 12:55:26.11
>>529
Sure. I love all, I want to give my heat to all human beings.

570 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 13:38:13.21
>>566
I've learned the difference between UK and Britain with your help .
Thanks.

571 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 79.5 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/29(火) 14:54:59.14
>>529
CRAZY

wwww

thank you for calling me she 2ch ^^

572 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 79.3 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/29(火) 16:12:03.13
GNU/linux users:
sudo apt-get install oneko
Windows 4.xx users
get neko 95


run the program with the -sakura switch

and go *^^* ニャ〜

573 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 16:25:32.69
>>568
Why in Japan?
It'd cost more than in other countries now that the value of yen has skyrocketed.
What about Thai, for example. As far as I know, the country is most tolerant to ladyboys.
They are considered as being the third gender.

574 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 16:40:00.71
>>573
How about in Korea?
Some Korean tour agents have a plan of the tour suited for Japanese which called 'Cosmetic surgery tour'
It's apparently cheaper than others.

575 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 79.3 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/29(火) 17:29:23.81
>>573
soo crazy



576 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 17:49:47.51
Are you a spooky?


577 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 17:50:39.70
>>575
Believe me, that'd be crasier to undergo gender change in Japan than in Thai.
Right in the first place, why not in America?

578 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/29(火) 17:51:13.36
Today was a good day

579 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 18:06:27.45
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580 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/29(火) 18:18:15.83
Easiest way to explain the UK is a picture
http://www.markwu.info/img/uploads-journal/uk_diagram.jpg

There's amore complex, but higher detail one here
http://mechiwiki.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/uk-gb.png

581 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 18:29:08.50
>>566
Ah the full name of the UK... we learn it in Geography class at junior high school but I totally forgot.
So the people from Northern Ireland are just Irish and not British?

582 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 18:35:15.80
>>580
These pictures are great. Thanks.

583 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/29(火) 18:38:15.89
>>581
People in Northern Ireland are British, officially, on their passports and by nationality.
People from the Republic of Ireland are not British citizens.

I don't know what they'd call themselves, though. Just as I'd call myself Scottish, I assume they'd call themselves Irish.

584 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/29(火) 18:43:12.88
>>579 ?!
Don't worry, now I don't feel good any more . I'm bipolar. Yay

585 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 18:45:15.73
>>583
According to the picture, Northern Ireland is not included in "Great Britain"
but they are still "British"? That's kinda complicated.

586 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/29(火) 18:59:12.33
>>585
Great Britain is not a country. It's an island.

587 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 19:17:01.94
>>586
Ah I see, I understand it now. Thanks.

588 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 19:30:19.18
Goof offs can become sages. We can do anything we like if we level up to 20!

589 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 19:43:28.65
http://image.blog.livedoor.jp/blv42/imgs/d/c/dc93e449.jpg
why she is putting on chinko ?

590 :イギリス人:2011/11/29(火) 20:20:29.14
>>589
It just looks like Shokotan being Shokotan...

591 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 20:22:20.61
>>586
Is that a region like a prefecture in Japan?

592 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 20:30:22.32
So, Britain means.... 1) the island 2) another name for the UK
which means my statement, that the japanese word for the UK should have been BURITEN
rather than IGIRISU, was correct.
I don't know if Igirisujin was correcting my misunderstanding or just providing detailed information
about the UK, but doesn't his explanation look unprofessional?
Like, is he really british, or is he indeed a korean-russian KGB agent living in Britain?

593 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/29(火) 20:37:07.36
>591
"Britain" or "Great Britain" is just the name of the island consisting of Scotland, England and Wales.
The official name of the country is "The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"
It's very, very common to just refer to the country as "Britain". Indeed I do that all the time, for example saying things like "I'm from Britain".

Saying "Ireland is part of Britain" would be like saying "Hokkaido is part of Honshu".
Northern Ireland is in the UK, but not Britain - Hokkaido is in Japan, but not Honshu.

There's loads and loads of subdivisions in the country like prefectures in Japan. I couldn't begin to name them all.

594 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 21:06:24.42
>>593
Are North Irish people Britons?

595 :イギリス人:2011/11/29(火) 21:07:52.86
>>591
England and Wales are subdivided into counties, which are similar to
prefectures. Each county has its own local council. Scotland's a bit
different. They had counties until a couple decades ago, but now they're
divided into constituencies (areas with a political boundary rather than
geographic boundaries, I think... Scotland-jin can probably explain it
better).

The island of Great Britain is more like a union of three nations, each
having more autonomy than, say, a prefecture, but less power than the central
government.

>>592
As Scotland-jin said, calling the whole of the UK 'Britain' is sort of like
calling all of Japan 'Honshu'. But it really doesn't matter to us. Since so
many people refer to the country as Britain, 'Buriten' would be a more specific
name than 'Igirisu'. And 'ユナイテッドキングドム' is a bit of a drag to say. I'll go
report this back to Putin and Kim Jo... I mean, the Queen.

596 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 21:11:26.56
>>589
It looks a dickhead in every respect.

597 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 21:22:32.77
>>594
"People in Northern Ireland are British, officially"

598 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 21:25:58.64
I love Ian Foot!
For me he looks a typical Briton!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCk6fSQ21rY&feature=channel_video_title

599 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 21:40:20.66
>>593,595
Oh!
I understand very much now!
It's really interesting.
Thanks!

600 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 21:48:26.52
Oi!

601 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 22:24:09.01
You all earthling are complicated.
We've said simply "I'm from Mars" since ten hundreds million years a ago. It's easy.
Thank you.


602 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 22:33:05.37
>>601
I'm living in M78 nebula.
Where is Mars?


603 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 22:38:16.36
Mars is ...

You all 3D inhabitant are complicated.

I'm living in 4D.
Where is 3D?


604 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 23:18:44.83
what are you talking about?

605 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/29(火) 23:32:16.94
nintendo 3D

606 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 00:37:00.35
Nowadays in Japan, Pervading "Enjo kosai".
How about in UK?
(Especially about school-aged girls)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enjo_k%C5%8Dsai


607 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 01:00:06.31
Lots of prostitute but different to Enjo kousai

608 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 01:28:57.34
You mean what school-aged girls never do such thing in UK?

I'm worrying about their mental damages, unhoped pregnancy, AIDS.


609 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 01:30:50.09
That's the serious matter in UK now

610 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 01:33:40.26
I heard American university students do that to get money for paying academic fee.
I wonder if it's legally no problem.

611 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 01:33:44.81
I guess that's what happens everywhere.


612 :606:2011/11/30(水) 01:36:18.73
> what-jin
This theme is a delicate.
anonymous ok.


613 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 01:51:30.80
If any of you worked on Grammar in Use series, please share your experience.
I'm thinking of buying both Intermediate and Advanced books.
Did they help?

614 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 01:56:53.46
>>598 Speaking of Ian, Ian Stuart pops up in my mind.
It is Ian Stuart who is typical British.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kGccOEjNZU&feature=related

615 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 01:59:44.55
クソスレだな〜
ぎゃははははははははは

616 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:00:14.59
>>613
Bought advanced one. It was really good. Give it a try!

617 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/30(水) 02:00:56.44
Bahahahahahaha

618 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:04:36.03
>>615
Sorry could you speak English? I don't understand you

619 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:05:23.99
>>616
Is that so?
I am looking forward to receiving the books:)

620 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:14:10.11
>>619
Yes, I studied with the advanced one first. Then bought the intermediate one because it is good to study several times again and again. The intermediate one was easier of course but still has got useful usages in general conversations:)

621 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:14:18.63
I guess people in this thread have got 900+ TOEIC score right?


622 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:17:34.91
>>621
I haven't taken toeic before but have got 8 in ielts. Guess it's about 800+ in toeic? Need to study harder..

623 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:22:51.65
>>621
only 865.. a high wall of 900!

624 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:24:37.95
>>622
What is ilets about?
I took TOEFL long time ago. It tests English skills in academic situations. On the other side TOEIC is more about every day business. And toeic is a lot easier. So, I think that TOEIC and Toefl are not comparable.



625 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:29:48.18
>>620
Ya, you're right.
Appreciated that you shared your thought:D

626 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:29:49.24
>>624
British educational organisation needs Ielts as American does Toeful.

627 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:35:51.26
>>624
As 626 said, I took ielts for the enrolment of Uni in the UK while people who study in the US take torful
You must be right. Those exams are totally different and incomparable
But 8 is quite good(sorry I say this by myself) so just guessed it might be 800 in toeic:P

628 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 02:55:08.89
>>621
I haven't taken TOEIC yet.
I can almost understand a series of Harry Potter movies by English voice + English subtitles.
but English voice only is very hard.
I've been training mainly about a reading so far.
That's why a hearing and a writing are not well.

If bad grammer appear in this thread. probably It is me. :-)


629 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 03:10:20.65
Absolutely, it's yours truly(´・ω・`)

630 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 04:05:24.10
You would better think about human and social skill.
(´・ω・`)


631 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 04:21:25.73
my score on toeic might be less than 350.

632 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 05:42:48.71
    ,.-、  
    (,,■) 
   焼きたらこ なう☆


633 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 06:25:40.70
http://portal.nifty.com/special03/11/12/img/SANY0024_12.jpg
how do you feel these japanese conventional breakfast ?

634 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 07:02:26.90
I miss Japanese good..
Btw that green omelet looks delicious. Loos like Matcha flavour:)

635 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 07:02:37.86
Not good but food

636 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 07:10:47.53
Its because The camera lost 色素
>>633

637 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 07:23:23.06
>>633
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638 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 09:53:20.18
Don't post big AA.

639 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 11:03:11.07
>>595
That's pretty much the best explanation unless people want to start hearing about politics and voting systems.

>>608
Teen pregnancy and AIDS are both of huge media concern in the UK
Especially in Scotland/Glasgow where there's a very, very high rate of young, single mothers.

On that subject, school prostitution in the UK I would say is very, very low - University, maybe rarely for money, but not school.
However, when I left high school at 16, I would guess there wouldn't be many virgins.

I heard on the news recently apparently Japanese people are very uninterested in having relationships? How true is that, do people here think?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-15915118

>>610
Scottish students studying at Scottish Universities are fortunate, the government pays our university tuition fees for us!

640 :イギリス人:2011/11/30(水) 11:08:31.88
Tonight, we had our monthly movie night. A few of my former colleagues drop
by and we watch three or four movies in a row (until someone falls asleep,
anyway). Tonight's selection started with Outrage (アウトレイジ), a typical
Kitano yakuza film which was pretty predictable as to the outcome (since
all Kitano movies end like that). This was followed by a Greek movie none of
us had heard or read about, called Dogtooth, about a family who had raised
their children in complete isolation to the rest of the world, and taught
them things which were completely incorrect. It was really strange, and sometimes
a little difficult to watch. And, finally, someone brought the live-action
adaptation of Gantz (ガンツ) which was, unfortunately, dubbed entirely in English
with extremely unconvincing voice-overs. It didn't really end. Guess they made both
parts at the same time for greater earnings or something.

>>343
Final Fantasy VI is, by far, the best of the series. In my opinion, anyway.

641 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/30(水) 11:09:21.83
My TOFEL SCORE is ok for my second time

642 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 11:14:49.64
Oh! who wants to go see the K-On movie with me?! or am I loner'ing it...

643 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/30(水) 11:19:41.06
I Am Sam

644 :higashi ◆cG4Hv1XEDQ :2011/11/30(水) 11:21:28.36
I Am Golam

645 :KG2ch:2011/11/30(水) 11:33:35.18
OMG! OMG! Kame posed as a beautiful woman in AN-AN!
The magazine sold out before it was printed!
He is killing us with GORGEOUSNESS. Please someone stop him posing
in his unbuttoned white shirt and jeans like that!

646 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/30(水) 11:35:06.57
fu〜n

647 :higashi:2011/11/30(水) 11:36:06.22
Pardon me for being weird. It's because of my serious disease called 中二病

>>642
Is the movie out in England/Scotland?





648 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 11:41:15.82
He's not my type at all..

649 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 11:41:56.51
>>642
I can join you if it will be held in the UK!!!

650 :higashi:2011/11/30(水) 11:52:02.98
648 yes his face is too skinny

651 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 12:48:59.43
>>647
No, it's not.

However, I live in Japan just now.

652 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 13:03:56.95
>>651
Manchester United or Manchester City?

653 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 13:33:45.48
>>652
I don't watch football :(

654 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 13:36:58.37
>>640
Movie night? It sounds cool.
I prefer original manga version of Gantz to the movie. It's a lot of fun.
In Japan, live-action version from manga or anime generally becomes failure.
The CG technology is inferior to Hollywood and somehow story is made worse.

And recent news reports say the number of Japanese young people who go to
a movie is decreasing.
It's not only Japanese movie. I think movie tickets are too expensive.

655 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 13:39:01.84
>>653
No hooligan at all?

656 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 14:15:07.01
>>639
i was Doutei ,when I was high school student.
and I was not so minority in my friends.

657 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 14:17:45.85
>>645
my kame wears turtle neck anytime.

658 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 14:35:41.23
I'm dancing bosanova right now



659 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 14:37:22.58
♪  ∧_∧
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660 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 14:45:14.10
            ,.-─- 、
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661 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 15:21:30.93

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662 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 15:50:53.43
>>656
The UK has no sex education at all, and young people, especially high school students ages 15-16,
make a lot of stupid mistakes. This is why there's a huge teenage pregnancy problem.

There's also an absolutely appalling attitude where girls plan to have 3 children and stay single and unmarried,
so they can claim maximum benefit from the government instead of actually getting a job.
I don't know if this problem exists in England at all, but I went to school with people who said that was their life "dream".
Now, in their early 20's, they have 3 children.

663 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 16:02:55.00
>>662
I think that problem are concerned in the growth of children.
compared to asian kids , they (non-asia) looks precocity.


664 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 16:31:07.73
>>663
Who I feel sorry for are the children themselves. At home in the UK, I come from a fairly poor area
with lots of young mothers, etc. The problem is, these mothers that have children don't know how to raise a child.
The child grows up with no attention, no care, and is forced to feed, cloth and depend only on themselves,
while the mother usually does nothing but drink and do drugs.

It must be a horrible life for those children, and usually they themselves have no chance of a "real" future because of incredibly bad parenting.
Fortunately, I didn't have that problem at all. It's not everyone that lives like that, but even the few that exist are too many, frankly.

665 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 16:53:00.51
>>662
Problem is not number of children.
Children are not economy tool.
Problem is unstable state of the world and anxiety about future.
I can not marry think about children who will be promised their a lot of anxieties future.


666 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 17:01:11.11
>>664
I thought that's because of lack of hiring.
Then, how do they get money to buy alcohol or drug? From Social Security?

667 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 17:03:33.24
>>664
in Japan, Those mother don't do drugs but go to Pachinko.
Pachinko will lose money.
Then They will be to be suffered debt problem.


668 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 17:42:07.07
>>666
Exactly. Social Security, or Benefits.

669 :665:2011/11/30(水) 17:43:07.05
>>662
I misunderstood.
Please forgot my post.
(I thought "have 3 children" is government policy not their wishes.)


670 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 17:54:33.99
How is a concern about the low birthrate in Britain?
They're not worried about it?

671 :higashi:2011/11/30(水) 18:13:43.54
>>651
oh I see. You are the first Scottish I have ever met! Celebrate!

672 :higashi:2011/11/30(水) 18:14:49.84
I mean,the first one who lives in japan^^

673 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 18:34:43.14
>>671
ENKAI?!

674 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 18:40:39.08
紅組
aiko、芦田愛菜、絢香、アンジェラ・アキ、いきものがかり、石川さゆり
AKB48、KARA、川中美幸、神田沙也加、倖田來未、伍代夏子、小林幸子
坂本冬美、椎名林檎、少女時代、天童よしみ、夏川りみ、西野カナ、Perfume
浜崎あゆみ、平原綾香、藤あや子、松田聖子、松任谷由実、水樹奈々、水森かおり、和田アキ子

白組
秋川雅史、嵐、五木ひろし、猪苗代湖ズ、EXILE、NYC、北島三郎、郷ひろみ、鈴木福
SMAP、千昌夫、東方神起、TOKIO、徳永英明、AAA、長渕剛、西田敏行、氷川きよし
平井堅、FUNKY MONKEY BABYS、福山雅治、flumpool、細川たかし、ポルノグラフィティ
森進一、ゆず、L’Arc〜en〜Ciel


675 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2011/11/30(水) 19:04:28.63
>>674
Oh thank you for letting me know the information of this year's Kohaku uta-gassen.
I will watch SP of Gaki-Tsuka though. lol

Today, I bought this schedule book at a bookstore.
http://twitter.com/#!/mrumechildren/status/141791641584410624/photo/1
Do you have a shedule book for next year? For me, schedule book is sometimes
necessary. For example, working, class's assignment, etc.
I have my cell phone. But I'm not enough with only my cell phone.
Writing your plan on the schedule book is better than typing it on
your cell phone, I think.

676 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 19:08:58.71
Kohaku is fucking boring
It's Ochanoma

677 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/11/30(水) 19:20:42.32
The persons who should be payed attention to are Kanda Sayaka, Yuming, and Nagabuchi.
Especislly Nagabuchi Tsuyoshi.
I wonder what impression foreigners have about him.

678 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 19:39:45.95
>>667
your grammer of English is broken hahaha

679 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 19:46:21.41
>>678
もし彼の英語文法が悪いと思います、僕の日本語文法が見たい。
Yea, my Japanese grammar is bad.

He was perfectly understandable, which is a good thing!

680 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 20:51:08.16
Since I haven't watch TV lately, there are quite a few singers whose names I don't know.

>>679
Your Japanese is excellent, I don't understand exactly what you mean, though. lol

681 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 20:58:11.24
>>680

Sorry - I didn't quite explain that right.

From my experience, living in Japan and learning Japanese, the ability to communicate is more important that being perfectly grammatically accurate.
Correct, the previous poster was grammatically wrong - but I understood him, and to me, that's what is good, and what is important.
If someone asks me to correct their grammar (or, if I'm teaching/marking pupil's work), I will of course correct it.
If I'm just having idle chat with someone, I won't fix every mistake they make.
Maybe it's me just me, but when someone makes an effort to speak to me in English - like everyone in this thread - I really appreciate it.
I wouldn't think it polite to constantly correct them.

Being able to make yourself understood, or understand others, I value to be important - learning grammar is an ongoing process!
Learning a foreign language is very hard, and people shouldn't be afraid to make mistakes.
Making mistakes is the best way to learn!

(Also - was that Japanese correct? I wasn't sure about it)

682 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 20:59:21.24
>>678
His English is understandable I think.

683 :680:2011/11/30(水) 21:00:45.19
I know how to make a sentence with present perfect form, so I don't need any advice.


684 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 21:03:10.33
>>640
Yea I think 6 is the most popular one. That scene with Celes feeding fish
to the old man has got to be one of the most depressing scenes in gaming
history. (if you let him die, which I did the first time)

685 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 21:09:13.82
>>681
It wasn't correct, but I think I know what you wanted to say.
Something like, "If you think that's bad... look at this" no?

686 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 21:11:21.46
>>685
Yea, exactly what I wanted to say. How would you say it properly?

687 :667:2011/11/30(水) 21:11:29.56
>>678
I've already knew that I have to study grammar. orz
My first purpose was to be able to read English.
However, The time has come to study grammar. (grin)
Tommorow, I will rent two books >>154 and sequel from a public library.

>>679 >>682
Thank you for your kindness comment!
I'll do my best!

These days, Some Japanese are lacked sympathy mind.
This is one of >>639 answer, I guess.
but there is so many complicated background.


688 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 21:18:55.04
>>681
Sorry - I didn't quite explain that right.
From my experience, [ living in Japan and learning Japanese ], the ability [ to communicate ] is more important { than [ being perfectly grammatically accurate ] (is) }.
(It is) Correct, the previous poster was grammatically wrong - but I understood him, and to me, that's [ what is good ], and [ what is important ].
[ If someone asks me [ to correct their grammar ] (or, { if I'm teaching [ marking pupil's work ] }, I will of course correct it.
[ If I'm just having idle chat with someone ], I won't fix every mistake [ they make ].
Maybe it's me just me, but [ when someone makes an effort [ to speak to me in English ]- like everyone in this thread - I really appreciate it.
I wouldn't think { it polite [ to constantly correct them ] }.
{ Being able [ to make ( yourself understood ), or (to) understand others ] }, I value [ to be important ]- [ learning grammar ] is an [ ongoing ] process!
[ Learning a foreign language ] is very hard, and people shouldn't be afraid [ to make mistakes ].
[ Making mistakes ] is the best way [ to learn (on and on) ]!
(Also - was that Japanese correct? I wasn't sure about it)




689 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 21:27:47.47
もし彼の英語文法が悪いと思います、僕の日本語文法が見たい。

Even assuming his English is grammatically atrocious,
it is nonetheless no worse than my Japanese.

690 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 21:30:21.04
>>667
In Japan, Those mother don't do drugs but go to Pachinko.
[ Playing pachinko ] is [ losing money ].
They will suffer from the debt problem.


691 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 21:34:14.49
>>689
もし彼の英語文法が悪いとしても、僕の日本語ほど悪くはない。

Even assuming his English is grammatically atrocious,
it is nonetheless no worse than my Japanese.



692 :667:2011/11/30(水) 21:39:44.01
>>690
Thank you!


693 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 21:41:05.49
>>688
What is the meaning of all those rubbishy brackets?
I can't figure them out at all.

694 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 21:41:57.37
Not at all.
You're welcome.


695 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 21:44:45.81
>>686
maybe like this
彼の英文法が悪いと思うなら、僕の日本語を見てください

696 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 21:48:22.78
Maybe it's me just me,
but { when someone makes an effort [ to speak to me in English ] }
- like everyone in this thread -
I really appreciate it.


697 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 21:52:04.40
I think my English is being picked to bits.

698 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 21:52:55.43
もし彼の英語文法が悪いとしても、僕の日本語ほどには悪くはない。

Even assuming his English is grammatically atrocious,
it is nonetheless no worse than my Japanese.


699 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 21:54:25.17
Yet, that' how Japanese take as they learn it.


700 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 21:56:05.38
>>695
Ah nice, thanks.

Is 英文法 a contraction of 英語文法, or is 英語文法 just wrong?

Can the same be done with other languages, for instance saying 日本文法?
(or 国文法 / 国語文法)

701 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 21:59:02.43
>>693
They're for splitting up different 'objects' of a sentence.
I've seen my Japanese-English teachers do the same thing, in their own notebooks and on the blackboard for students.
They sometimes draw all sorts of fancy arrows linking certain parts to others,
with Japanese translations in their respective colours.
It's actually quite fancy, and it's been useful for me in reverse learning Japanese.

702 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 22:03:53.86
{ Even assuming [ his English is grammatically atrocious ] },
it is nonetheless no worse [ than my Japanese (is bad) ] .

もし彼の英語文法が悪いとしても、僕の日本語ほどには悪くはない。

703 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 22:09:44.09
{ Even assuming [ his English is grammatically atrocious ] },
it is nonetheless no worse [ than my Japanese, (as it is { equally bad if not worse } ) ] .

704 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 22:14:14.00
>>701
You should ignore his Japanese even though he is a native of that language.


705 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 22:17:18.03
{ Even assuming [ his English is grammatically atrocious ] },
it is nonetheless no worse [ than my Japanese (is) ],

It is equally bad [ if (It is) not worse ] .



706 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 22:19:30.05
>>700
I'm no expert so I don't really know, but I believe 英文法 is the proper word.
It is not a contraction. I wouldn't say 英語文法 is "wrong", you can use it
but it is less proper, in my opinion.
For other languages... I really don't know. But I know 日本文法 is wrong.
It should be 日本語文法. Perhaps English is the only exception... but I don't know.

707 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/11/30(水) 22:20:26.38
Actually, Japanese English learners are fucking!
I don't understand what they are saying!


708 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 78.8 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/11/30(水) 22:22:50.46
>>577
I live in the wosrt part of it



709 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 22:28:20.58
>>700
英語文法 doesn't seem to be a felicitous expression,
because no entry for 英語文法 can be found in my Japanese dictionaries,
though 英語文法 perfectly makes sense to any Japanese.
英文法 is generally used as a Japanese equivalent of 'English grammar'.

Likewise, there is no entry for 日本語文法 or 国語文法,
both of which perfectly makes sense to any Japanese, albeit sounding a little awkward.
国文法 is the one you can find in Japanese dictionaries,
but 国文法 rings more awkward than does 日本語文法 or 国語文法, at least in my ears.

710 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 22:28:38.14
What the fuck is [] and ()...
This thread is supposed to be for Chat in English.
You can talk about stuff like grammar here, but something is wrong...
I didn't come here to see "correct English" or something.

711 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 22:32:52.29
>>707

{Actually, [ {Japanese people learning English} are (fucking __何々__) ] }
{I (do not) understand [what they are saying]}

712 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 22:35:08.81
>>710
haha, it's a method for teaching English I know schools use, and that 片岡数吉 seems to like.
Sorry, I'll stop now. Unless someone asks me to continue.

713 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 22:38:37.97
>>707
I can declare as one of your watchers that to say the least, your Japanese is a bit weird.
So you don't have what it takes to teach it to foreigners.

714 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 22:44:34.90
あらゆるゲームを現実世界で再現したらこんな感じになる
http://youtu.be/XxC-Iu2fLoo


715 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 23:14:15.33
k so, hitting on japanese chick again.

"うん、再び週間前に行っていた"
"Yea, I went a couple of weeks ago"

is that about right?

716 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 23:15:18.74
I recommend this American B-movie for Igirisujin or anyone
Pterodactyl
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0452668/
This movie was absolutely ridiculous to the very end, and I had a great time watching it.
But maybe British people don't like this kind of thing. Different pressure point for laugh.
I just love American B-movies featuring large creatures.

717 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 23:18:52.41
>>715
うん、数週間前に行った

718 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/11/30(水) 23:25:36.43
>>717
cheers bro

719 :nanashi 【東電 75.3 %】 ◆NANaShiTfI :2011/11/30(水) 23:36:14.78
>>464
I know this is a reply to an old post (3 days!) but I'm also American and had 0 experience with
Han characters until at least late high school. But the way I memorise kanji is by memorising
what they look like as kanji, not what they look like as realistic images. There was a day when
Chinese characters looked like things but those days are gone now.
So something like 魔族長 I can still understand immediately by looking at it, but it's similar to
how I understand English where the reading and meaning come to me just by glancing at the
kanji without having to deconstruct it.

720 :680:2011/11/30(水) 23:43:33.13
>>674
Kanda Sayaka is the daughter of Matsuda Seiko, isn't she?
Did she make it as a singer?

721 :nanashi 【東電 73.4 %】 ◆NANaShiTfI :2011/11/30(水) 23:44:40.30
chat in englishというスレで日本語で話せばいいのかな
そうならば練習しよう。
でも、見るとおり僕の日本語は完璧じゃないばかりかまずいなんだ

722 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 23:53:06.03
>>721
your japanese is very good, keep it up!

723 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/11/30(水) 23:55:25.03
Ah, a little queer people came here today.

724 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 00:01:15.44
>>721
Hello, nanashi, long time no see. I don't assume you remember me (coz I was/am anonymous) , but you helped me learn some English grammar here

Your Japanese seem good.
One pointer, though, is that you might want to say "話しても" in this case,
because people in this thread is supposed to use English and "話せば" would
imply that the thread is for the case the use of the Japanese language is preferred.


725 :nanashi:2011/12/01(木) 00:23:57.21
>>724
Excuse me, who the fuck are you?

726 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 00:25:53.98
>>712
he's a weird communist. be careful.

727 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 00:33:11.78
This is a story that shows your preconceptions are hard to die.
For Japanese people, their variations of the natural colors of hair and eyes are very
limited, rainging from black, dark brown to light brown at the most.
So I was surprised when I saw a check box on a overseas dating website where you check your
colors of your eyes and hair. There's nothing like that on Japanese equivalent sites
because colors of our hair and eyes are very limited as I mentioned. (except some people dye their hair)

On the same note, man praise thier (potential) girlfriend, saying the color of your eyes is beautiful because
we have no varientions in the color of our eyes, while for western people, there are lots of variation.

When I was younger, I thought western people's pubic hair is dark brown, the same as ours.
Sure, I did know and see western people's colors of hair which covers head has lots of
variation, but somehow, when it comes to the hair in western people's private part is dark brown, the same as ours,
because back then, I hadn't seen western people's pubic hair. I couldn't
associate the color of hair on the head with the color of hair in the private parts.
These two types of hair got to have the same color but my imagination
back then couldn't expand in a rational manner.

728 : 【大凶】 :2011/12/01(木) 00:50:05.84
This is December!

729 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 00:53:44.94
OMG! I got 大凶. This is the worst fortune.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omikuji

730 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 00:58:34.62
the preview of next year's Taiga drama, Flat Kiyomori, looked good.
this years Taiga was so horrible..I am looking forward to watching kiyomori.
hope they do it right.

731 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 01:05:25.36
That is Nodame Cantabile, Taiga version. haha.

732 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 01:40:12.02
http://www9.nhk.or.jp/kiyomori/photo/index.html
Nakai Kiichi as Tadamori looks so badass. old-man badassness.
i dont know who tadamori is, though. in fact i dont even know who kiyomori is.

733 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 01:47:21.88
has anyone ever pulled omikuji at Meiji Jingu?
I heard the omikuji in Meiji Jingu does not have kichi or kyo,
but it comes with a poem written by emperor Meiji. if I remember correctly.

734 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 02:00:08.91
What poem?

735 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 03:47:56.38
>>733
I have. Mine was composed by empress Shoen. I prefer this omikuji which is more romantic:)

736 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 03:49:13.59
Sorry it's empress Shoken not Shoen.

737 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 05:35:05.89
Is Britain gonna make war against Iran?


738 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 06:03:45.26
War creates nothing.

739 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 06:31:17.01
>>640
yes! you can understand the value.
FFVI is superb on the storyline and charactres and music and inspiring graphics.

740 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 06:35:42.83
Good morning

I'm doing radio taiso dai ichi

I like the theme song
"atarasi-i asagakita kibouno asada

741 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 06:48:20.23
>>640 >>739
FF VI opening theme fascinate me.



742 :741:2011/12/01(木) 06:53:34.73
http://youtu.be/NGC_EzojK6E


743 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 07:13:05.71
may non-japanese applause SNES FF4-6 than FF7,8 ?
because these FF titles were sold abroad after years had passed from the release date of the original japansese version.
i think english FF4-6 were released after english FF7 was realesed.
around 90s-00s, the progress of video games are so rapid, so if you cant play the game timely , you may underrate the games.

744 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 07:29:55.74
I like FF7 music very much.

745 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 09:07:15.83
When will FF type0 released in Europe? I'm waiting!!!!!

746 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 09:07:34.27
*be

747 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/01(木) 09:38:11.10
I usually have pizza toast as breakfast.
But I had Japanese breakfast today after a long time.
The side dishes are miso soup with leek and cod roe.
Miso really seems to make me healthy.
I have felt just as Japanese.

748 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 10:24:44.69
which FF game do you like the most?
tell me the title and the reason.

sorry for my terrible English.
I am korean.

749 :イギリス人:2011/12/01(木) 10:51:07.29
>>743
Though FF7 brought the games into the spotlight outside of Japan, FF4-6
were released just a few months after their original Japanese releases. It
was only after the success of Final Fantasy 7 that many people wanted to see
what the previous games were like.

You're right - sometimes great games lose their appeal because the graphics
become outdated, or because the engine seems limited compared to modern games,
but there are some which haven't become dull over time. Early Square games are
some of them. It's pretty easy to find non-Japanese who will happily talk
about how great the earlier Final Fantasy games were. Personally, my favourite
is another Square game from 1995 - Chrono Trigger (クロノ・トリガー).

>>654
I've seen a few live-action adaptations of things, and you're right, many of
them really aren't good. Gantz wasn't bad, but wasn't excellent. The CG was
better than I expected... it was some of the make-up that was really bad.
Definitely wouldn't mind reading through the original story though - I'll keep
my eyes open for it.

It's not just Japan; the number of people going to the cinema here is also
decreasing. 3D movies aren't doing so well because of the extortionate ticket
costs. Not sure why it's so expensive when the glasses can be kept and re-used.
At the moment, the cost for a normal film (at adult price) is around £7.30,
which is about 890JPY. Add £3 for a 3D movie, and it comes to around 1,250JPY.
Not sure how that compares though.

750 :イギリス人:2011/12/01(木) 10:52:03.58
>>716
Thanks for the recommendation - it's a great movie, so ridiculous that it's funny.
The British generally enjoy such things, as we have a long history of bad
(but well-known) horror movies, such as those produced by Hammer. One of my favourite
B-movies is from New Zealand, and was directed by Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings)
long before he was famous. Originally called Braindead (or Dead Alive in the US).

>>739 >>741
The story and music are definitely strengths. It's rare for many older games, but
it can definitely be played and enjoyed even these days.

>>737
I doubt there'll be war (even though many countries want an excuse). Just a lot of
words thrown back and forth by politicians. Today, all Iranian diplomats were
expelled from the country... we'll see how long it lasts. Ahmadinejad isn't one to
back down though.

751 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 11:13:45.99
>>749
you must be Japanese

752 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 11:36:35.91
>>751
Prove it! lol

753 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 11:48:26.99
>>752
Because I had a sex with my wife last night.

754 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 11:56:08.42
>>753
That makes sense..!

755 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/01(木) 12:03:06.35
It's likely to snow here tonight.
Maybe other Kanto regions as well.

756 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 15:11:06.94
anyone kanton houkei boy?

757 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 15:59:40.99
Sorry, I am zurumuke boy.

758 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/01(木) 17:38:43.28
>>755
When does the snow usually start in the Chuugoku reigon?

759 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 17:47:45.09
>>749
i have not known SNES version FF4-6 was released timely outside of japan.
i examined again it and i have found that only FF4 and FF6 was released outside of japan as FF2 and FF3.
and SNES FF5 was not released and playstation version (at 99) was the first FF5 realese abroad, right?
i like FF5 the most (this title was the first FF that exceeded the sales of DQ title),
yet at first non-japanese critics reacted severe to the playstation version.
FF5 original version release was at 92, so it's natural to feel it outdated, but they pointed out it very weak storylines, cheap characters...etc.
yet the situation was improved after the game boy advance version was release.
i suppose playstaion version's translation was awesome.

chrono trigger is very good at storyline and graphics and music. yet the battle system is somehow tedious and easy to win.
personally i wanted romancing saga series translated abroad timely. these battle systems are another core of square games.
many japanese was enthused about it along with itoken(伊藤賢治) music.

760 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 17:54:34.06
>>749
I like a series of early Tomb Raider.
But these were very difficult to me.
Therefore I had to need some strategy web site.
Why does foreigner(especially UK, US) love such hint-less gimmick game?
For instance, II have a stage(level) with a lot of lever. I was bewildered completely.


761 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 18:08:39.90
>>750
One of Japanese news paper said there was an explosion at the nuclear facilities in Iran.
Didn't Israel supported England and USA attack that complex?

762 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/01(木) 18:26:02.82
>>749
My cinema at home in the UK is the only one within about 30 miles, so they charge huge amounts.
It's like £12 for a ticket (Talking more than 1500yen)

The thing is though, if I had the choice between paying £10 for a DVD and £10 for a cinema ticket - I"d choose the cinema.
You realistically only watch a film once, and there are some films I'd absolutely love to see at the CInema again.
Some films are just worth going to the cinema to see, even if it is expensive.

763 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 18:38:01.63
>>762
Only £6.5 at Vue isn't it? Are prices different depends on the location? £12is so steep!

764 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/01(木) 18:55:06.17
>>763
It changes from place to place. In the center of Glasgow you can get a ticket for as cheap as £5 or so.
Mind, there's about 5 other cinemas you can go to so there is plenty of competition.

765 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/01(木) 19:36:39.62
>>758
I live in Yamanashi Prefecture. Yamanashi stands on a vague place.
It often belongs to the Kanto region, on the other hand it is often included in the Chubu region.
If residents of Tokyo heard that Yamanashi is the Kanto region, they would say "really?"

Anyway, snow usually falls in the middle of December here.

766 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 19:43:04.47
yamanashi...
my friend went to 都留文科大.

767 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/01(木) 19:44:55.92
In the Chugoku region,
the snow will start in November? on the Japan Sea coast.
But I guess the opposite side doesn't have snow except along the mountain.

768 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/01(木) 19:59:11.90
>>767
Ah I live smack bang in the middle of the mountains. Been cold, but not yet snowed.

769 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 20:20:10.38
I've started reading "日本人の英語" a few hours ago.
This is exactly the book I've longing for what written about the native thinking.


770 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 20:25:35.95
>>768
In winter, snow woman appears in the region where you live. lol
So be careful not to open the door if someone knock on it when it is snowing

771 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 20:47:20.04
>>769
I keenly agree with you.
I was recommended to read the book in this thread a few days ago.
So I finally borrowed and am reading it now. It's amazing.
I want to recommend it for other English learner.

772 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 20:51:53.33
I uglee.

773 :770:2011/12/01(木) 21:03:09.13
Thanks to you, I got intersted in the book, so I decided to order it from amazon.
I've heard that the characteristic of the English most Japanese learners write or speak lies in
the sentence structure which consists of "abstract noun +adjective"
Whereas, native speakers basically make use of the sentence pattern with " person +regular verb+object."

774 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/01(木) 21:17:54.90
>>771
Ganbate! Best of luck with the English study!

775 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 21:31:20.09
>>773
There's the sequel "続日本人の英語".



776 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/01(木) 21:36:35.08
>>768
"smack bang" means just?

777 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 21:40:39.08
If you let me, I'd like to continue the argument.
The reason why we often make sentences with "abstract noun +adjective" is that
in Japanese adjetives are declinable words, in other words, which are treated equal to, or
even prioritized higher than verbs.

778 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/01(木) 21:47:24.71
>>776
It's a casual expression to mean in the middle of somewhere. Not literally the exact middle, though.

You could remove "smack bang" from "I live smack bang in the middle of the mountains" and it means the same thing.

779 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/01(木) 23:30:53.60
>>743
There are hordes of 8bit and 16bit game enthusiasts overseas, just like in Japan.
It is not at all unusual for non-japanese gamers to rate FF4-6 higher than FF7.
16bit 2D dot graphics look great even today.

780 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 70.4 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/12/02(金) 00:56:54.17
            ,.-─- 、
        ∧_,,∧\●/
   /\  ( ^ヮ^ )∩‐ 日本〜
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781 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 00:58:04.54
does any one here start job-hunting?

782 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 01:45:33.72
I'm very hot right now

783 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 03:08:55.25
I'm studying English right now, working on a grammar book. Hope it takes another week to finish the book and I can move onto next level.

784 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 03:35:53.00
        ▲
      /ハハハ\
    ./      \
   /   _   _  \
  |   ⊂・⊃ ⊂・⊃ |
 (|.    ∴  ∪ ∴ |   ./ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  .\      <=>  /  <   このスレ立てたのは藤木君だろ
    \_____/     \______________


785 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 03:54:28.65
>>784
This character is from Maru chan!

786 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 04:23:36.01
>>785
Hi, Fujiki-Kun
what's up?

787 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 04:43:20.04
I remember the day When we held hands and made that vow
Until death do us part
It was a time to be proud
But you wouldn't stay the test of faith
And face the trouble that we face
To stay with a man who would make a stand For his country and his race
Now we each must make a choice And bear the burden of the consequence
But if you choose and you make a turn You can bet we'll meet again across that fence

I'll stay true, how about you? Until Victory...

To all those in a jail, those persecuted for the cause
Your actions were not in vain, soon the light of freedom will shine again
And if you've lost your home, your job or someone that you love
Stand your ground there's a place for you in the Kingdom that's to come

I'll stay true, how about you?Until Victory...

Now if you've heard the call
Don't be afraid we can never fall
That's a promise from above 'Till His will let it be done
And we can see this through If we remain true

I'll stay true, how about you? Until Victory...

788 :KG2ch:2011/12/02(金) 07:52:46.54
Guys do you know if there Digimortal has been made into an Anime?


789 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 08:42:10.89
What's that?

790 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 09:00:43.62
Sam gave up [ marrying Emily ].

means

Sam gave it up.
He was going to marry Emily,

Looking at
He was going to marry Emily,
You pick up 'marry Emily'
You have to change the word 'marry' into 'marrying' which is gerund or prezent perplex.


791 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/02(金) 10:33:52.09
Good morning. What's new?

Yesterday's forecast announced to snow in the night throughout here.
But it's raining this morning, And the road is just wetting.
I don't recognize if it was snowing during the night.

792 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/02(金) 10:39:49.79
I was born in Hokkaido.
So I have sort of feelings that looking forward to snow.
Have you ever made a snowman or a Kamakura"かまくら"?

793 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 11:38:23.13
>>790
fuck off
you are annoying, motherfucker

794 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 12:07:08.18
>>793
Agree that post was annoying but you shouldn't say the f word here:(

795 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 12:22:28.28
A guy insists that saying
"Sam gave up [ marrying Emily ]." is wrong.
Could you come in my thread?




796 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 12:22:52.93
>>794
I'm sorry, sir...

797 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 12:23:46.38
>>795
yeah but instead never come here again you asshole

798 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 12:40:55.87
Play nicely!

799 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 12:47:27.41
So freezing today
But I guess UK and Europe are under 0 degree

800 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 12:50:37.62
>>799
I live in London
Around 7 degrees these days
North might be under 0!

801 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 12:56:15.05
Mark 6
I[ John the Baptist *Beheaded ]

@King Herod *heard about this, for FJesus’ name had *become well I[ *known ]. DSome were *saying, “FEJohn the Baptist has been *raised from the dead, and Athat *is G[ why miraculous powers *are at work in him ].”
@Others *said, “AHe *is Elijah.”
And @still others *claimed, “AHe *is a prophet, like one of the prophets of long ago.”
But G[ when Herod *heard this ], @he *said, “FEJohn, G[ whom I *beheaded ], has been *raised from the dead!”
For FHerod himself had *given orders H{ to have I[ John *arrested ] }, and @he *had I[ him *bound and put in prison ].
@He *did this because of Herodias, his brother Philip’s wife, G[ whom he had *married ].
For FDJohn had been *saying to Herod, “BIt *is not lawful H[ for you to *have your brother’s wife ].”

@action Aexistence Bstate
Cgeneral auxiliaries Dprogressive auxiliary Epassive auxiliary Fcomplete auxiliary
Gsubbordinate clause Hinfinitive Iparticiple, gerund

This is what I'm doing in my thread which was founded by my cooparative person whom I don't know.
Can you come in and see how things are there?

802 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 12:57:18.67
This is what I'm doing in my thread which was founded by my cooparative person whom I don't know.
Can you come in and see how things are there?



803 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 13:03:26.76
Some people might help you do just post the link of your thread then leave.

804 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 13:04:32.39
what the fuck is this?
this thread is not supposed to be like this
I loved this thread so much but now it's not like it used to be
something has changed since this cucusucker came here.

805 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 13:07:11.94
agree..

806 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 13:18:33.67
>>795
You're right.
It's the guy who insists "give up marrying someone" is wrong who is wrong.
"Give up the idea of marrying someone" sounds rather clumsy.

807 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 13:48:40.59
>>806
talk about that shit somewhere else.
I don't fucking care whether that's correct or not as long as I can understand what the guy is trying to say.
that motherfucker is not our fucking English teacher or something and we are not here to "study" English




808 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 13:53:12.95
I understand how you feel but just calm down..

809 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 14:13:33.99
>>801-802
Great!
There is no better method for parsing a sentence than your 10 Point Formula.

810 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 14:17:05.35
>>809
I'm sure you are the same guy.lol

811 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 14:21:22.49
I think so lol

812 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 14:32:53.57
Leave him alone! He has a mental health problem.

813 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 14:49:02.04
>>795
The guy is right and you're wrong.
and don't come here again.

814 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 14:51:02.39
Whatever!

815 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 15:10:07.04
“Can you solve the mystery?”

“It's bad to lie.”

816 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 15:19:02.08
>>801-802
I see now why the 10 Point Formula is the most innovative invention
ever devised since the divine creation of the universe.

817 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 15:23:07.13
Stop approving myself and advertising here.

818 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 15:34:02.24
>>801-802
Your lecture would help me my English grammar understanding in the future, not now.


819 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 16:25:17.73
anyone took the TOEFL ibt? I want some advice. epecially I wanna improve my listening ability.

820 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 17:16:59.75
>>801-802
I used to be a stuck up white boy, faking the funk.
bump that, I ain't bullshitting on a front street no more,
thanks to the wakup crew's, the 10 Point Formula.

821 :higashi:2011/12/02(金) 17:30:50.59
12/2(fri)
It's freezing cold in Tokyo today!!!! There's a biting wind and I thought I would die when I was walking outside. It was a bad idea to wear shorts today



822 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 17:42:05.31
The 10 Point Formula will serve you as the most useful tool when you read English.

823 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 17:46:41.88
>>"Sam gave up marrying Emily." is actually correct.

The meaning, literally is that Sam gave up, or decided against, marrying Emily BEFORE actually get married, but did plan to.

Some people may colloquially say "gave up marrying" meaning they Divorced.
Technically that is grammatically wrong, but probably ok considering the amount of people that would say it.
You'll probably find there are regions of English speakers where it's said all the time, and some regions where its just plain wrong.

What's the context?

824 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 17:49:00.47
>>823
was in response to
>>795

825 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 17:56:10.20
Correct? No. Actually wrong.
"give up" is used when the activity that is being done.

826 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 17:58:45.78
Correct? No. Actually wrong.
"give up" is used when the activity that is being done is stopped.

827 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 18:01:48.39
>>825
True, but "marrying" is the process you go through to "become married"
If the sentence was "Gave up being married to Emily" is the truly correct way to say it, but it's a longwinded way to say it.
Again though, it's commonly shortened to "Gave up marrying" in some regions.

"I am marrying Emily" means that I will, in the future, marry Emily, or that I am currently engaged in a wedding ceremony.
"I am married to Emily" means that I have, in the past, had a wedding ceremony and become married. She is now my wife.

828 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:09:11.87
>>827
Just in some regioos "gave up marrying" may be OK, but generally it's wrong.
The object of Mr. Kataoka's thread is to teach school students the best grammar.
Students should avoid using "gave up marrying."

829 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:12:54.00
>>827
I mean the school grammar should be of the formal style.

830 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 18:20:16.50
In that case, "Gave up marrying" can ONLY be used prior to actually marrying a person.

"I planned to marry Emily, but now I no longer want to. I gave up marrying her."
It sounds a little odd, but it's grammatically fine. More natural ways of saying it probably wouldn't be grammatically accurate at all, lol.

Is イギリス人 still about? Curious his input, considering how different some areas in the UK can be regarding expressions.

831 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 18:31:41.72
“@I *want H[ you to *give me right now the head of John the Baptist on a platter ].”
EThe king was greatly *distressed, but because of his oaths and his dinner guests, Che did not *want H[ to *refuse her ].
So @he immediately *sent an executioner with orders H[ to *bring John’s head ]. @The man *went, @*beheaded John in the prison,
and @*brought back his head on a platter. @He *presented it to the girl, and @she *gave it to her mother.
On I[ *hearing of this ], @John’s disciples *came and @*took his body and @*laid it in a tomb.

Oh, my goodness.
How can yhis be carried out so easily?
A man's life is ended by the king's decision.
How horrible!
An evil king orders an excutioner to cut a good man's head off.
And the cut head is put on a platter and given to one who wants it.


832 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:31:45.05
I got the information about the sentence.
it's the question of translation. "サムはエミリーと結婚することをあきらめた"
There's no information whether Sam has the plan or not.

833 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:33:53.87
>>831 shows Mr. Kataoka is not an ordinary person I suppose.

834 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 18:38:59.56
What's wrong with saying
"He gave up marrying Emily"
at all?
How do you say it
when Sam was going to marry Emily, yet he gave it up. eh?

835 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 18:41:17.23
Oh, my goodness.
How can this be carried out so easily?
A man's life is ended by the king's decision.
How horrible!
An evil king orders an excutioner to cut a good man's head off.
And the cut head is put on a platter and given to one who wants it.


836 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:41:30.19
>>834
The questioner doesnt say "Sam was going to marry Emily, yet he gave it up."

837 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:42:49.38
>>835
Are you insane?

838 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/02(金) 18:44:19.34
It was very cold today! I have a little headache.
I'm weak in the intense change of the air pressure.

839 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 18:44:43.04
>>834
"Sam called off the wedding"
would be the most natural way of saying it, I'd imagine.
Although, if you are studying for a particular exam I'd follow those guidelines.
I think "To call off a wedding" is a phrase rather than a perfectly grammatically correct sentence.
As I said before though, "[..] gave up marrying [..]" is grammatically fine.

840 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:48:31.64
Grammatically fine is too much to say

841 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:53:24.99
>>839
Is "Gave up marrying" perfctly OK as an translation?

842 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 18:57:48.80
>>839
Is "Gave up marrying" perfctly OK as an translation?
I think it's possible Sam is a stranger to Emily as I read the Japanese sentence.

843 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/02(金) 19:09:58.62
Hot potato soup is yummy.
And I will take a hot bath and throw myself down on the hot carpet.
Japanese have traditionally used a hot-water bottle called "Yutampo" in bed.
Now I want a cat. 2channeler call it "cat-Yutampo".

844 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 19:16:59.31
Is Sparky a tough and sturdy looking macho man?

845 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 19:22:16.03
>>842
If Sam is a stranger to Emily, then it changes it slightly.
"Call off a wedding" can only be used when the wedding in planned, scheduled and has NOT YET happened.

I'm going to make up short story to explain this.

"One day, Sam saw a girl called Emily. He talked with her, and began to love her.
Sam decided he wanted to marry Emily[1].
However, Sam found out that Emily was already married[2].
At that point, Sam gave [3] up marrying Emily."


[1] Future tense, Sam liked Emily so much he wanted to marry her - no proposal, but Same really wants to because he likes her so much.
[2] Past tense - Emily, in the past, has had a wedding and has a husband
[3] The word "on" can go in here. With, or without, is acceptable, but it may be more natural to use it.

In this situation, it's perfectly fine to use "gave up marrying"

Other examples:
"I gave up marrying Hatsune Miku. She's not real, so I know I can't. If I did it would be weird."
"I used to love Lady Gaga for her looks, but then I heard her singing and gave up marrying her"
"My childhood friend now has a Husband, Even although I wanted to [marry her], I gave up marrying her because of that"

846 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 93.8 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/12/02(金) 19:30:12.03
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847 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 93.8 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/12/02(金) 19:32:29.11
I am a Japanese tomboyish female?

w

848 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 19:34:52.38
Sam I am.

849 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 19:35:41.17
>>846
NUMBER PLEASE

850 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 91.1 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/12/02(金) 19:40:36.71
>>849
what number?


http://androgyne.0catch.com/gentest1.htm
I scored a 15....

851 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 19:49:14.63
>>850
Aha I got -3. Wat.

852 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 19:53:04.47
>>822
Oh! I'll check it out.

>>845
Welcome native's lecture!


853 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 19:58:15.74
>>849
"><" mean face's expression like ":P"
to be squinch? ... i guess.


854 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:01:08.94
>>847
No, definitely not. You are a tough guy everyone fears so much they don't come near to.
Take out the hand mirror from the drawer of your mom's wardrobe and
look into who's inside. Very tough guy.

855 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:04:55.35
>>850
Fun! I got 20:)

856 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:05:55.93
The K-On movie will be in cinema tomorrow. Is anyone going to the cinema? I am not.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjGgtRILpT0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYFV1YUhKLw

857 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 20:10:47.18
>>856
I fucking want to! Think I'm going next weekend, though, will be in Tokyo meeting a friend.

858 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:25:03.83
Panamacho man?

859 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:25:21.61
310 名前:片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 19:24:20.75
839 名前:Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 18:44:43.04
>>834
"Sam called off the wedding"
would be the most natural way of saying it, I'd imagine.
Although, if you are studying for a particular exam I'd follow those guidelines.
I think "To call off a wedding" is a phrase rather than a perfectly grammatically correct sentence.
As I said before though, "[..] gave up marrying [..]" is grammatically fine.


860 :Tokiko:2011/12/02(金) 20:26:35.41
What do you guys think about 4chan?
http://boards.4chan.org/jp/

861 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:29:41.27
311 名前:名無しさん@英語勉強中 :2011/12/02(金) 19:32:22.63
あまりオススメはしてないし、一部の地方だけで使われてるって言ってるね。
規範としてはアウトだね。
response: How can it be used partially in certain area?

312 名前:片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:03:43.43
The question commands us to use the word 'give'?

313 名前:片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:05:37.36
He stopped smoking.
He stopped to smoke,
affected?


862 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:32:48.50
22 自分:名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage] 投稿日:2011/12/02(金) 14:52:46.69
片岡数吉って何者なんですか

23 名前:名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage] 投稿日:2011/12/02(金) 14:53:15.54
狂人です

24 名前:名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage] 投稿日:2011/12/02(金) 15:58:33.23
wwその通り

863 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:33:03.65
>>862 名前:片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:12:36.27
He stopped it.
He has been smoking for 20 years!
go inyo
He stopped [ smoking].

He stopped.
He smoked.
go into
He stopped [ to smoke ].

18 名前:片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:15:10.88
He gave it up.
He was going to marry Emily.

He gave up [ marrying Emily ].


864 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:33:33.29
>>859
Don't copy without permission.
You are always too rude.

865 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:34:38.46
984:Tokyo city boy KazuKata ◆DnH0jkg8I2 [] 2010-10-25 03:11:48
僕に僕とやりたい顔を向けた者もいました
卒業するまでやりませんよ
卒業してもやっていない
女の子が視聴覚準備室に来てソファーに座り、スカートをパッタパッタしムチムチ太股見せた夏
ちょっと目のやり場に困りました
本当思い出すと本性で生きた楽しい年月でした

866 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:34:49.45
He gave it up.
He was going to marry Emily.

He gave up [ marrying Emily ].



867 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:35:26.92
Does anyone know how to say 村八分 in english ?

868 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:36:01.18
>>866
Get out of here

869 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:42:24.00
More than enough is too much.


870 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 20:44:21.13
I do.
Let us issolate that guy.


871 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:47:46.28
give something ⇔ up
【OALD】
to stop doing or having something
ex) You ought to give up smoking.
【CALD】
to stop doing a regular activity or job
ex) He's given up driving since his illness.
【LDOCE】
to stop doing something, especially something that you do regularly
ex) I gave up going to the theatre when I moved out of London.

I can't understand why 'give up marrying someone' is a semantically felicitous expression.
For to marry someone is not an activity one does habitually,
thus making 'give up marrying someone' incompatible with the definitions above.

872 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 20:54:05.49
【プログレッシブ和英中辞典】
石田氏との結婚を思い止まった
She gave up the idea of marrying Mr. Ishida.

873 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 21:01:24.75
ttp://www.linkage-club.co.jp/Material/3in1/1to100/72.htm
ttp://www1.odn.ne.jp/xenom/douihyougen.box/eiyaku85.html

874 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 21:05:16.27
Today, the new "Lupin the 3rd" will be on air.

875 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 21:10:27.32
>>867
Ostracism (Noun)
Ostracise (Verb)

>>871
The word marry refers to taking someone into a marriage. It's a verb.

I am going to marry Emily
I am married to Emily
I am marrying Emily (Indicating "I am [going to] marry Emily [tomorrow, next wek etc]"

When you have a Wife/Husband, you don't say "I am marrying ____", you say "I am married to ___"

The confusion is because Married can have 2 ever so slightly different meanings:
1. Adjective, saying saying someone is currently in wedlock
2. Verb (Past), saying someone has been through a wedding with another

When married to someone, you use it as an adjective "I am married to Emily"
If you say "I married Emily", that's using it as a verb.

876 :片岡数吉 ◆nKTflni8.mrT :2011/12/02(金) 21:18:48.08
It's
He gave up his idea of [ marrying Emily ].
And this can be said as
He gave up [ marrying Emily ].




877 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 21:20:25.96
>>860
I think you're a moron too.

Aso, check out mah dubs.

878 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 21:25:33.40
>>876
I don't care a damn.
How long is this going to go on?
Now I only want you gone.

879 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 21:33:43.70
>>875
Smoking is something smokers do habitually.
Taking some into a wedlock is not something you do habitually.

And according to the definitions of 'give up doing sth' in dictionaries,
'give up doing sth' can be used in the former case, but not in the latter.

I'm not talking about the difference between 'marry' and 'married',
but about the meaning of 'give up doing sth' as found in dictionaries.

880 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 21:43:41.47
>>879
Native speakers of English do not have an impeccable command of English,
any more than do native speakers of Japanese of Japanese.
Don't you realize there are legions of Japanese whose Japanese is unconvincingly doubtful?
The same holds true for those whose mother tongue is English.
You should be aware that asking lexical questions of those without an esoteric knowledge
of the English language is ultimately futile, getting you nowhere.
Moreover, this is not a thread for a linguistic discourse.

881 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 21:43:56.30
USA Today: Most smokers want to quit, CDC report finds
http://yourlife.usatoday.com/health/story/2011-11-11/Most-smokers-want-to-quit-CDC-report-finds/51169646/1


882 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 21:56:39.31
>>876
You say
the equation "'he gave up the idea of marrying her' = 'he gave up marrying her'"
can be viably established,
but these two expressions, it seems to me, are a galaxy apart.

883 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/02(金) 22:09:02.41
It's splitting hairs. All of it. If you are having a conversation with someone about the subject of marriage,
you would be easy understood by any English speaker. It's really being pedantic about the exact meanings of words,
and about what is perfectly grammatically correct and what isn't.
Truthfully speaking a lot of "gramatical correctness" is broken to make things easier or shorter to say,
causing all sorts of slang across the language. Doesn't matter if it makes grammatical sense or not, but people understand it.
I'm sure its something that's done in Japanese, too.

On the subject of teaching English though, there's a section in one of the textbook that uses the phrase
"I enjoy reading a book" indicating that one's hobby is reading books.
Grammatically, perfect. No complaints there. However, it sounds so unnatural. It's much better to say
"I enjoy reading books" (in general) or "I enjoyed reading [that] book" (a specific book)

Which comes back to my previous comment about the ability to communicate.
When a student, or indeed anyone, makes themselves understood in a foreign language, it's an achievement.
Especially in an area like I am right now, where I'm the only native english speaker within about 60km and these kids have had virtually zero English contact with anyone.
I love it when students pull off English conversations, even if their grammar is wrong. They're still getting a point across.

When it comes to testing, I teach what they're marked on.
When I'm talking to them outside class, I speak much more naturally (but not slang, all proper English unless they ask for Slang)

884 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 22:09:34.52
Still talking about it?????

885 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 22:20:16.70
>>882
I managed to discern that 'a galaxy' in 'these two expressions are a galaxy apart'
is in the adverbial accusative.

886 :871, 872, 879:2011/12/02(金) 22:52:15.62
>>883
This is a linguistic warfare against Suukichi Kataoka, a loopy imbecile
of Aki-Kan-Chokuto (an ex-premier suspected of being of Korean origin) calibre,
and in that war all that is required is to decide irrevocably whether or not
a particular expression of English is syntactically and semantically felicitous.

But as >>880 says, talking about English grammar does not seem to be acceptable here,
so I sincerely atone for disturbing the sacred sanctum you find in this thread.

887 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 23:15:00.83
>>874
watched it, was fun. the new voices were good, all of them.

888 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 23:16:05.82
            ,.-─- 、
        ∧_,,∧\●/ さんさんななびょーし
   /\  (`・ω・´)∩‐ そーれ!
   | ● ⊂     /    
   ヽ/ r‐'   /
      `""ヽ_ノ


889 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 23:18:13.93
>>886
Then get out of here at once!

890 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 23:21:51.86
>>887
I had thought it's story of a thief up to today.
But actually, it's like the BIOHAZARD.

891 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 23:26:34.42
A few years ago, this thread was not so popular, if my memory serves me right...
There were only a few people here, they were like a family.
Who made the thread thriving like this?
It's become international, I'd say.

892 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 23:33:46.47
>>889
Don't worry.
I'm not a denizen of this thread.
I've come here only by sitting on Suukichi Kataoka's tail.
I'll do as you told me to as soon as Suukichi Kataoka says farewell to this thread.

893 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/02(金) 23:45:32.74
>>891
a few years ago, i think there were more people than now?

894 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 00:36:17.13
(´・ω・`)・ω・`)
/  つ⊂  \ 


895 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 00:52:46.34
             /)
           ///)
          /,.=゙''"/   
   /     i f ,.r='"-‐'つ____ Don't think such a trivial things!!
  /      /   _,.-‐'~/⌒  ⌒\
    /   ,i   ,二ニ⊃( ●). (●)\
   /    ノ    il゙フ::::::⌒(__人__)⌒::::: \
      ,イ「ト、  ,!,!|     |r┬-|     |
     / iトヾヽ_/ィ"\      `ー'´     /

896 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 00:53:44.26
a trivial things?

897 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 00:53:46.48
>>895
agree

898 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 01:03:52.88
>>896
Mistook...

             /)
           ///)
          /,.=゙''"/   
   /     i f ,.r='"-‐'つ____ Don't think such a trivial thing!!
  /      /   _,.-‐'~/⌒  ⌒\
    /   ,i   ,二ニ⊃( ●). (●)\
   /    ノ    il゙フ::::::⌒(__人__)⌒::::: \
      ,イ「ト、  ,!,!|     |r┬-|     |
     / iトヾヽ_/ィ"\      `ー'´     /

899 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 01:14:36.88
>>898
agree

900 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 01:17:29.47
>>899
really?

901 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 01:22:36.85
>>806
You and Mr. Kataoka are wrong.
'Give up the idea of marrying someone' is more canonical than 'give up marrying someone'.

I am well acquainted with all the arguments against 'give up the idea of marrying someone'
-- the arguments which claim that it cannot exist, and the arguments which claim that it
ought not to. I answer simply that they don't convince me and that our civilization
over a period of four hundred years has been founded on the opposite notice.

902 :イギリス人:2011/12/03(土) 01:29:19.78
>>891
A few years ago, this thread moved very slowly, and sometimes went on for over a
month. Participants and other native speakers have come and gone, and there have
been times when the thread has moved even faster than it does these days. There also
used to be a thread called "Help us, native speakers!" which focussed only on the
subjects of spelling and grammar, another reason this thread may move faster now.

>>830
The phrase "Sam gave up marrying Emily" makes me think of the following scenario:
Sam is already at the altar on the day of his wedding, waiting for Emily's father
to accompany her down the aisle. The doors open, the organist begins their rendition
of Mendelssohn's Wedding March, and Emily appears. After slowly pacing down the
aisle to avoid stepping on her dress, she eventually reaches Sam's side. The priest
opens his book and starts reading the preliminary vows. Sam, however, looks around,
scowls, and strides back down the aisle, out the church, and is never seen again.
He gave up marrying Emily.

Before the wedding, they would have been engaged to be married, but not married yet.
After the wedding, they would have been married, and the process of marrying would
already be complete. It is only during the ceremony (technically, the registration
of marriage documents with the government) that 'marrying' is actually taking place.

>>850
Got a straight 0...

Now to start replaying Final Fantasy 5.

903 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 01:49:10.11
Why are British People good at triathlon?

Do they have a place where they can swim
in Summer?

I don't know about Germany. They seem to have few place to
swim. Because all their shore is along the Baltic Sea.

904 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 02:01:35.30
I forgot the North Sea is included. But it seems to be not
warm either.

I yearn for British beautiful landscape. I like monotoneous and
repetitative landscape. I envy it.

But when it comes to Summer, they can't enjoy Summer as much as
we do, can they? They can avoid hot and humid Summer. That's a
good point. But they can't enjoy sea as much as we can.

I can understand why Northern and Wenstern Enropeans envy Southern
Enrope. But it should be their nature that they envy and not be people around there.
Why not invade there and expel lazy brown people there.
I don't understand whey Germany wanted to expand their territory
to the North, so desperately.

Due to global warming, is Germany getting warmer and they don't have
to expand their territory any more?



905 :イギリス人:2011/12/03(土) 02:05:08.68
>>903
I wasn't aware that the UK were especially good at triathlon. I don't
know much about the training regimes of the participants, but there are
a few (apparently) good training centres for professional athletes up
and down the country. Not so much a case of swimming in the Channel or
the North Sea (very cold even in midsummer, and not the cleanest water),
but in Olympic-sized pools.

On a casual level, even small and medium sized pools aren't usually crowded,
unless you happen to go first thing on a morning when there are hundreds of
older people (aged around 60 and above) swimming up and down the lanes.

Germany also has some very good facilities. It was quite a while ago, but I
used to swim in regional junior competitions while living in Germany, and
their way of organising things seemed so much better.

906 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 03:17:31.27
>>905
I happened to see the world triathlon competiton for two straight days
on NHK BS.
The first one was man's competiton and the winner was British. His
brother was among top three too.
I've have just seen women's competiton
hours before and the front runner was British woman..

While Triathlon, swimming and marathon are not my British image,
Paula Radcliffe has a unbelievable marathon world record. I don't know
how she is covered by the British media. She was foolish at
Beijing Olympics, including her choice of two games, marathon and
track event. I can imagine what it was like.

Reading your explanation, mystery thickened. Swimming seems to be not popular at
all. Triathlon includes outdoore swimming.

Is Swimming regarded as boring sports oriented for elderly people with free time?
Then, British people don't envy life style which Beach Boys or Southern All Stars
sing in their songs?

907 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 03:28:59.21
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ITU_Triathlon_World_Championships
The front runner woman, Helen Jenkins kept the lead and won. British brothers
finished first and second respectively.

I learned Australia is U.K's rival in triathlon.
It's quite understandble, considering their climate and
nature.

908 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 03:47:34.24
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alistair_Brownlee
He looked like elite class. His head shape and stomorphere tole me so.
My guess was right.
His academic record is no worse than Radcliffe.

This is not the case in Japan. Japanese athletes here use only
body muscle. They are pratciting and practicing all year aound in college and
can pass the exam anyway.
They don't have to use brain muscle.


909 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 64.1 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/12/03(土) 04:44:45.83
>>860
unko community few good people

スカート = CRAZY

910 :【スパーキー(C ^ヮ^)】 【東電 64.1 %】 ◆FCr.DTJy2k :2011/12/03(土) 04:46:41.32
>>854
NO!

911 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 04:51:23.23
>890
BIOHAZARD (Japan)
Resident Evil (oversea)

trivia. :P


912 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 05:03:30.81
tough boy(guy) lol
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkJbGop6BFw



913 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 05:04:22.11
>>911
Is that so? Doesn't BIOHAZARD make sense in English?

914 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 05:10:28.33
>>913
It does make sense

915 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 05:20:55.42
Resident Evil
It sounds like a seriel killer next door to me.
I'M not a native speaker.
Is my perception wrong?

916 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 05:29:07.52
Resident Evil
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resident_Evil


917 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 05:44:05.66
What I mean is what native speakrs think about
"resident evil", if they don't know about the game.

918 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 05:46:28.78
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dc5iiT0f1s

The man with ax is so big. why? lol

919 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 06:12:57.96
龍が如く (Japan)
Yakuza (oversea)

trivia. :P

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakuza_(video_game)


920 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 06:25:51.93
Yakuza (oversea)

too blatant and simple. lol

921 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 06:35:44.70
yakuza wwwwwwwww

922 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 08:14:17.24
The mayor who's from a yakuza family is very popular in Japan, you know. I think he might become a Pm.


923 :KG2ch:2011/12/03(土) 08:34:46.54
>>789 Digimortal is a cyberpunk manga, I am looking for its anime version, that is, if it exists.

924 :(*´∀`)beginner ◆.AjXxeRXqw :2011/12/03(土) 08:41:07.42
Rain is continueing.
A bit cold. But warm insinde room.
I will make NABE for dinner.

925 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 09:09:35.95
>>901
I completely agree with you.
>>806 and 片岡数吉 are absolutely wrong.

The original Japanese is サムはエミリーと結婚することをあきらめた,
and あきらめる means 'relinquish something such as hope or an idea,
thinking that there is no possibility of it being successfully realized',
so "Sam gave up the idea of marrying Emily" is more appropriate as an English rendition
of サムはエミリーと結婚することをあきらめた than "Sam gave up marrying Emily",
because 'give up doing sth' denotes 'stop doing an activity one has already started doing'.

926 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 09:45:51.51
>>886
It's surprising that even a place like this should be haunted by ネトウヨ.
What a nightmare!

927 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 10:18:24.77
>>926
You must be a Korean-disguising-himself-as-Japanese spook of the DPJ.
Pick up and go back to the frowzy Peninsula,
and never set your stinking-of-Kimchi feet on our island again, you rapist ウヨレンコ!

928 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 10:45:13.09
>>927
Japan is a thousand times more dingy and squalid than Korea.
Japanese people is an irredeemable bunch of stunted ugly creatures and mentally-retarded goons.
Drop dead and be damned to hell, you racist ネトウヨ!

929 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/03(土) 10:49:32.35
This might be a stupid question, but how do Japanese toll gates work on highways?

Do I need an ETC pass or can I pay in cash? The highway entrance near my has no gate at all,
but I know the exit I want to use does have one.

What price are they, for maybe a 1 hour / ~70km journey?

930 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 11:10:06.73
>>929
You can choose whichever you like.
I pay in cash always.

931 :higashi:2011/12/03(土) 11:12:01.91
>>927
cool story bro..

932 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 11:42:59.48
>>910
What do you mean, no?
Just face the reality. You are a very masculine sturdy skin-headed macho guy with thick stubble and beard.
Who can call that a girl?

933 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 11:58:53.12
>>929
Around 2000 yen, I think.

934 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 11:59:56.13
>>929
Do you mean that, after entering a motorway through a manned gate
at the entrance (because there is no ETC gate there), you want to exit it
through an ETC gate at the exit?

I have no idea whether it is possible to perform such a splendid feat.

Anyway, what a secluded outpost you live in
for your nearby motorway to have no ETC gate whatever.

935 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 12:02:06.68
>>910
A macho man trying to be a girl in a schoolgirl uniform would be a laugh.
Just make the world laugh! Just post a video on YT and you'll sure be big!

936 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 12:12:57.11
I've never met a Panamanian girl.

937 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/03(土) 12:13:28.04
>>934
No, I mean my nearby motorway entrance has no toll gate, at all. However, I know it links up to another highway, and the exit I want to use is on that.
The exit is all toll gates.

As long as I can use cash though, it's not a problem. I was wondering though if there's a flat fee or something,
because I'm entering without a ticket/whatever, and leaving through a toll gate.

938 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 12:20:16.47
Do you really think a Panamanian macho guy can look like an Asian girl?

939 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 12:29:02.58
Sparky was joking. He thought it would make you guys feel amused. He used to pretend he was mental, but it was a lie - a gimmick that caught attention and made his name known to everyone living on the Internet world.

940 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 12:40:13.12
>>928
Shut up, you intractable swindler!
I know you're an swindler, for the loopy Dove Mountain and
the incompetent Empty Can Chokuto, both of them your beloved Korean gurus
with an about-one-year, disaster-inviting stint in the premiership, sprang a sequence
of contemptible traps on each other, hurling intemperate rejoinders at each other,
this past June, and you are a chauvinist cell of that Korean DPJ that begat these two
notorious swindlers.
Get out of Japan. No sabotaging agent is ever hoped for in Japan.

941 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 12:44:17.50
Forget about that faggot.

942 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 12:48:52.44
Is Sparky a savior of his soscialist mom?

943 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 13:01:19.22
Please help satisfy my curiosity...

Comparing ONLY the quality of the singing, how would you compare these two songs? Is there a big difference?
Please disregard strangeness of voice or lyrics, focus only on singing ability.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIgKY0OwAN4 (singing starts at 0:15)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-4wNjdjxe4 (singing starts at 0:17)

944 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 13:10:07.81
Is he a gay? Does he want to be popular among boys?

945 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 13:30:40.63
Remember he was called super gay here nicknamed from his name.

946 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 13:31:47.42
He likes to eat supergayitti.

947 :higashi:2011/12/03(土) 13:47:02.58
Scotlandjin must be handsome !!



948 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 13:56:37.14
Quiet! Sparky is hotter than anyone here coz he's a macho man!

949 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 14:20:42.32
Today,I have nothing to do, so,I'm free.
what should I do?

950 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 14:27:15.55
Anything you like.

951 :Scotland-jin ◆8pYMGB9lUY :2011/12/03(土) 14:45:41.25
>>947
For you baby, I am.

952 :higashi:2011/12/03(土) 14:53:44.09
!!!! (it seems like I have had a crash on Scotlandjin..Oh what should I do to get attention from him?? Buy two movie tickets for Keion and say I have an extra??Yeah, this will work..)

953 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 15:05:18.55
go kill yourself. then he might notice.

954 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 15:06:48.04
I'm not interested in baby


955 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 15:07:39.61
for what?


956 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 15:08:47.83
what I do have to notice?


957 :higashi:2011/12/03(土) 16:03:57.89
>>953
Please dont be a jerk *T_T*
I'm sensitive in every way !!

958 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:28:13.24
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959 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:31:49.00
If Tokiko comes back here tell him to stop shitposting on /jp/.
Thanks.

960 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:35:22.22
http://www.gotoquiz.com/what_american_accent_do_you_have

You might find it interesting this quick test. My case is as follows...

Your Result: The Inland North

You may think you speak "Standard English straight out of the dictionary
" but when you step away from the Great Lakes you get asked annoying questions like
"Are you from Wisconsin?" or "Are you from Chicago?" Chances are you call carbonated drinks
"pop."

961 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:44:02.56
>>958
write it in english please!

962 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:47:01.61
>>960
Hey, is my result good or bad?
http://iup.2ch-library.com/i/i0494203-1322898326.png

963 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:52:47.21
http://www.gotoquiz.com/which_british_accent_do_you_have_1

This is >>960's British accent version.

964 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:53:31.36
学歴非難より
こういう嫌味のほうがきっついよね

965 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:56:03.16
せっかくだからラテン語で書いて治してもらった帆が
勉強になる気がする

966 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:57:44.49
>>962
It's not the matter of good or bad.
It's just that your English pronunciation is colse to that of the people from the North East of America.

This test is not necessarily reliable so it's better not to take the result seriously.


967 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 16:58:04.41
Some Koreans are honest.
Chi Tong Wook, Korean Journalist, lamented Korean traits
claiming that every good culture including in Japan originated in Korea
(in many cases vice versa actually) and that Korean never admits korean
industralization was started and achieved with the generous help of Japanese government
and industries.

Most of people can't speakout in public because they are afraid of being labeled traitor
and philo-Japanese. Speaking out against government-set-stories
may consist of taking the risk of going to jail or of prohibition of
going in and out of Korea, like Japanese lawmakers failing to visit an island next
to 竹島takeshima(dokto island)

968 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 17:13:27.00
Is Sparky a spooky guy?

969 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 17:31:10.97
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970 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 17:31:56.17
why dont you speak english?

971 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 18:47:21.64
>>970
I guess he can read English but cannot speak...a typical Japanese.

972 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 18:52:00.48
>>971
I see. Then I'll try to build a next thread.

973 :972:2011/12/03(土) 19:08:36.29
OMG! Sorry, I couldn't.
My host(IP) is somehow forbidden to build threads.
So I hope someone do that instead of me.

974 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 20:35:37.71
Hello do you know anything about TPPA?
It is economical colonization by US.
Please have a look this page, this is the petition to the Whitehouse.
https://wwws.whitehouse.gov/petitions/%21/petition/stop-tppa-negotiations-and-take-care-his-own-people-instead-pampering-greedy-bankers-and-tyrant/kMRyq2Xn?utm_source=wh.gov&utm_medium=shorturl&utm_campaign=shorturl
I appreciate your cooperation. THank you!

975 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 20:42:56.60
I made a new thread.

976 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 20:49:12.17
>>975
good job

977 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 21:03:03.33
Chat in English (英語で雑談) Part 164
http://kamome.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1322912530/


978 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 22:28:23.26
Proof that girls are evil:

First we state that girls require time and money.
Girls = Time * Money

And as we all know "time is money."
Time = Money

Therefore:
Girls = Money * Money = Money^2

And because "Money is the root of all evil":
Money = √Evil

Therefore:
Girls = (√Evil)^2

And we are forced to conclude that:
Girls = Evil

979 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/03(土) 22:44:59.77
>>978
I like this even though I'm a girl:P

980 :KG2ch:2011/12/04(日) 00:51:43.00
>>978 women hater

981 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 01:13:57.73
Are you interested in Panamanian macho guys?

982 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 01:36:10.96
>>980
Hey, I'm not >>978 but it's just a joke post.
Actually I enjoyed the post. It's funny.
No intention of gender discrimination or anything like that.

983 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 01:38:17.89
>>982
Don't take it seriously haha

984 :higashi:2011/12/04(日) 02:47:35.94
I can't do math so I don't enjoy the joke

985 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 03:05:19.59
i think you don`t need your acquirement of math to understand that joke..


986 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 03:08:24.09
You guys are adorable!

987 :KG2ch:2011/12/04(日) 03:16:01.11
>>982 I will tell you exactly why I don't find it funny.
Because everytime I go out with a man, I pay half of it.
Sometimes I even pay the full bill. Despite the fact that
I get discriminated and get paid less than men.
Therefore I should be saying men are evil??
It annoys the hell out of me when men like you stereotype all women.
In fact I am so annoyed now I think all men are not only EVIL they
are RETARDS too.



988 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 04:16:30.93
You should think why guys let you pay.

989 :KG2ch:2011/12/04(日) 04:29:43.65
Why? Because I insist, that is why.

990 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 04:37:03.60
Do you? That's okay then

991 :KG2ch:2011/12/04(日) 04:38:20.78
I hate men who think that paying for my food gives them license
to call me EVIL. What an ugly soul they have.

992 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 04:43:14.40
>>987
That'd be difference between non-career women like housewife or school girl, and career women like you.

Whatever, collective argument is meaningless.
It will be always complication because they claim each opinion.


993 :KG2ch:2011/12/04(日) 04:50:33.56
Hell of course it is meaningful to me. My feelings matter to me.
Well at the end of the day isn't it GREAT to find out that men have
no love or respect for women in reality. How do you expect us to
ever love, trust and respect men who think like that?

994 :nanashi 【東電 58.1 %】 ◆NANaShiTfI :2011/12/04(日) 05:47:09.87
>>993
I think if you prejudice against both genders equally then you have no problems.
Once you've found all the evil in men, find the evil in women.
Both genders have plenty.
Then you'll be able to forgive anyone because everyone is evil.

995 :KG2ch:2011/12/04(日) 06:20:27.30
>>994 The formula above is written only for women.
It is gender specific.I treat everyone equally, >>978 does not.

996 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 06:45:45.40
>>995
It's just a joke which associates "root" with "√". Don't be hysterical.
I think there are many jokes saying men are bad. So Feel easy.
Stupid generalization is easy to understand. It's a important factor for joke or proverb.
Even if it can't fit into you.

997 :イギリス人:2011/12/04(日) 06:56:47.36
Here's a cat video. Because most people should feel joyful and relaxed
after watching clips of Maru. If someone doesn't like cats, then maybe
a pug video. Deep breaths. Happiness. Repeat.

http://youtu.be/J3wsDZV0KFI
http://youtu.be/9uuqXXT7VYo

998 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 07:02:41.13
good morning

999 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 07:03:27.33
∧_∧
( ´・ω・)  it's sunny today
( つ旦O  
と_)_)  


1000 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2011/12/04(日) 07:04:04.91
∧_∧
( ´・ω・) I just finished my breakfast.
( つ旦O  
と_)_)  

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