Sorry. English only.
- 1 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:15:41
- No Japanese.
- 2 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:43:56
What did you build this thread for? Tell me now!!!
- 3 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:44:48
You weren't expected to create a thread like this.
How many times do I have to tell you, idiot?
- 4 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:45:01
- I don't know
- 5 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:45:40
My friend told me there was a shitty thread builder in this board.
- 6 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:47:51
You must be a derelict.
- 7 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:49:23
There's no reason you can justify what you just did to us.
- 8 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:50:53
Why do you live in this crazy world?
You know where you belong. I hope it's hell.
- 9 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 04:52:37
Your mom will be disappointed if she gets to know you knowingly created a shitty thread like this.
Don't make her sad.
- 10 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 07:58:34
Thank you for starting a good thread !!
- 11 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 08:20:28
- Why all these people say despiteful words to 1?
The Japanese always put obstacles to make it forward.
When do you learn to communicate? "Hell", "die", "idiot", "tell me now!!!"... How come you say these words without even knowing what these mean?
Even if you start the conversation, I can imagine the Japanese bring small matters (such as your ENGRISH grammar) or unrelated things to prevent any intelligent conversation.
I'm curious to know why. If you don't think this is not the right place for the topic, you should only say, "I don't think this is not the right place, how about..." and suggest any good place for that?
- 12 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 08:27:22
Is it because the subject about which we talk is abstract,isn't it ?
- 13 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 11:03:09
- fack you
- 14 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 11:27:04
- fack youってわざとミススペルしてるけど２ｃｈ用語？
- 15 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 11:59:18
- sorry no Japanese..?
- 16 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 12:32:20
No Japanese person is allowed to post here.
If you are, then please keep out.
- 17 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 12:44:17
They know the meanings of those words becasue I often see them (Japanese words for them) even in conversations using Japanese.
I understand to some extent why they use those words but with my English ability, it's hard for me to explain to you about it.
- 18 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 12:46:47
- 19 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 12:56:24
- I can't accept any increase of anti-Japan affections.
- 20 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 14:31:30
What the fuck?
- 21 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 22:45:27
- I don't care about your spelling mistakes or bad grammar, and I know you guys are not naitive speakers.
But learn to do some constructive talks.
I know many non-Japanese people who command English quite well, even though English is not their first language.
The posts here make me speechless. It's like I'm seeing 3-year-old spoiled kids.
When it comes to the conversation and so called an intelligent exchange of ideas, Japanese are lame ducks.
>>7 "There's no reason you can justify..."
>>9 "Your mom will be disappointed if she gets to know you knowingly created a shitty thread like this.
Don't make her sad."
You cannot say these things before you start a conversation. I have a kid who is 10 years old but he never says that in English. (He is American.)
If you say that to someone, you might be sued or might even get killed.
>>12 "Is it because the subject about which we talk is abstract,isn't it ?"
If you think the point is not clear, you need to ask >>1 to explain what he means.
Be more communicative. I know that even grownups in Japan have poor communication skills both in English and Japanese, but that doesn't mean that you should follow these "nasakenai" oyaji or babaa.
The language is not the issue. Not even the grammar or vocabulary. Any language is just a tool.
The only thing that matters is who you are, and how you can organize your thoughts and ideas in the conversation.
- 22 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 22:51:19
- I'm sure this thread will die soon because it's shitty.
- 23 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 22:59:23
Let me link you to another shitty thread.
Something tells me the person who built this thread started it.
The thing is, the person put up shitty threads because he just wanted to.
That's why he didn't appear even once afterwards. That's all.
- 24 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/28(月) 23:10:04
Good to hear from you. Yeah, it was a nasty thread.
It was like monkeys that learned a human language for the first time.
I now understand why you felt sick about this thread.
- 25 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/29(火) 00:26:03
- I'm a monkey who starts to learn a language.
- 26 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/06/29(火) 05:39:09
- Me too !!!!
Thank you .
- 27 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/01(木) 18:44:24
- i need T.G.I.FRYDAYS in my town.
my town have no tex-mex restrant ,american dining and fabulous italian restrant...
theres no some nice place to go out for eat.
totally sucks here.
gosh i wanna go to tokyo for eat something taste good.
- 28 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/01(木) 19:49:56
- What is the meaning of the word " tex-met"?
I consulted a English dictionary but couldn't find it.
Tokyo has, for sure , a lot of nice restaurants but their dishes are so expensive.
So if you are not rich, I'm sure your wallet will soon be empty.
That means you'll never be able to go home.
- 29 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/01(木) 20:56:23
- Is there any meaning of this thread?
- 30 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/01(木) 21:16:44
tex-met!!?? ooops! sorry for my miss spelling.
tex-met ment to TEX-MEX.
my town's fakeass restrants are also expensive. so expensiveness dosnt matter for me.
and i know how expensive there restrants. because of experience that i was lived in tokyo several years.
yknow i miss so much tokyo. tokyo is not so good but way better than here.
if i pay my money i'd like to pay for my taste.
quolity is important for me! for sure!
- 31 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/01(木) 21:24:57
- 32 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/01(木) 23:04:34
You miss Tokyo? You must be the kind who are suitable for urban life.
I also used to live in Tokyo when I was a college student.
At the time I felt that Tokyo was a melting pot of many people who came from different areas including foreigners.
So most people who lived there tended to be indifferent to others, which made me feel lonely.
Soon after I graduated from school, I got back to my hometown.
Then I thought I would never go to Tokyo.
My hometown's people are in general very friendly and cheerful, which makes me happy.
That is important for me for sure!
- 33 ：Moalo ◆e.FTPI7c2w ：2010/07/01(木) 23:08:26
- Im not in tokyo yet
im still in osaka
- 34 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/01(木) 23:12:03
- 35 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/01(木) 23:25:08
- 36 ：名無しさん＠英語勉強中：2010/07/02(金) 07:58:46
Not just "English only."
but "Sorry. English" only.
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