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English only again

1 :英語専用再び :2001/07/23(月) 10:43
Natti,thank you!( ● ´ ー ` ● )


<=======English only=======>
http://mentai.2ch.net/english/kako/989/989603406.html

2 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 12:36
OK,Go ahead!

3 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 12:49
OK! Nanpao Go Go!

4 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 13:06
yo man, this is fucking boring, man.
If you wanna write in English,
just go to OTHER English sites,
not this fucking bullshit 2ch.

5 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 13:10
behave

6 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 15:06
  ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,∧,,∧   / ̄逝 っ て よ し! ̄ ̄
〜′,,,,,,,,,,ミ,,゚Д゚彡<  Now   you   die!
 UU"""" U U    \_________

7 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 15:36
I'll be back!

8 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 16:19
GO                   TO
    、  _,,,,,,,,,,_   ∧_∧
   ・";;∴Д゚=;(⊂(゚Д゚ # )
      ヽ つ  つ ヽ   と)
       (__)__)< <\ \
             (__)(__)
HE                   LL

9 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 16:25

  ∧ ∧    ┌────────
  ( ´ー`)   < Let's get carefree.
   \ <     └───/|────
    \.\______//        ___
      \       /  ∧ ∧ <idonno.
       ∪∪ ̄∪∪   (´ー`)_/|  ̄ ̄ ̄
                    UU UU

10 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 16:44
  ∧ ∧
  ( ´ー`)      I
   \ <          /|
    \.\______//
      ⊂⊂      /
         <_<<_<
      ∧ ∧
      ( ´ー`)  don't
       > /       /|
     (. (______//
      \  ⊃    /
       ∪  )_))_)
        ∧ ∧
        ( ´ー`) know.
         > /
       / /
     ⊂  ⊃
 |\_/へ /
 \__ ∪ /
     彡∪

11 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 16:45
What topic are you guys going to talk about?

12 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 16:48
>>11


  ∧ ∧
  ( ´ー`)      That's what
   \ <          /|
    \.\______//
      ⊂⊂      /
         <_<<_<
      ∧ ∧
      ( ´ー`)  I wanted
       > /       /|
     (. (______//
      \  ⊃    /
       ∪  )_))_)
        ∧ ∧
        ( ´ー`) to say.
         > /
       / /
     ⊂  ⊃
 |\_/へ /
 \__ ∪ /
     彡∪

13 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 16:54
>>12

     _____
    /_      |
    /. \ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄|
  /  /  ― ― |
  |  /    -  - |
  ||| (6      > |
 | | |     ┏━┓|   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
| | | |     ┃─┃|  < To be honest, I don't know.
|| | | |  \ ┃  ┃/    \________
| || | |    ̄  ̄|

14 :英語王:2001/07/23(月) 17:07
俺はトーエイックで1000点満点とった。高校在学中にね。
だけど俺の今の仕事はな・・・。わかるか。この気持ち。
あんたたちが食べているお弁当に醤油入れがあるだろ。
透明で魚の形したやつな。俺の仕事はな、あれのフタを閉める作業だ。
来る日も来る日も魚の形をした透明の醤油ケースのフタを
しめるんだよ。
俺はこの仕事にほこりを持っている。
だけどな、俺がせっかく取ったトーエイックの1000点は
生かすチャンスがないぜ。わかるか?この気持ち・・・

15 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:07
the topic is....
HOW DO YOU FUCK ?

16 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:18
>>16


   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´_ゝ`)<  Really.....
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

17 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:23
>>16
   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´_ゝ`)< Really.......
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

18 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:25
>>14


   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´_ゝ`)<  Really.....
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

19 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:28
hey what are you talkin' about?
i dunno.

20 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:33
>>19


   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´_ゝ`)<  Really.....
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

21 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:37
2ch is very low level.
At nifty-serve, this kind of thread is more popular.

22 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:40
>>19


   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´_ゝ`)<  Really.....
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

23 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:41
>>21


   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´_ゝ`)<  Really.....
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

24 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:45

I am just not up to this after what happened in another thread
Sorry.

25 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:46

21 = 30点です。

2ch is fucking bad anyway.
Go other BBS like nifty-serve,OK?

26 :24:2001/07/23(月) 17:49
See? ↑

27 :24:2001/07/23(月) 17:55
This is the fine example of what happens when you write in English here.
Now you all know what I mean.

28 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 17:58
>>27
What're you angry at?

29 :24:2001/07/23(月) 18:00

Never mine. I am outta here. BYE BYE.

30 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 18:03
>>29
Don't goooo awaaaaaay!!!!!
Is there anybody else here?

31 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 18:05
fuck yoself, bitch

32 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 18:09
get down there and suck his cock

33 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 18:15
Ohhhh, yeah. That's it!!

34 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 18:29
Give me the next command, please.

35 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 20:13
Go off!!

36 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 20:27
>>I guess there's nobody else but you......

37 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 20:32
how to log on to nifty forum?
i'm a nifty user but i don't know how to use nifty forum..

38 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 20:40
>>37
hey, here's 2ch not nifty, right?

39 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 21:16
This is the 2-channel of the world!!!

40 :37:2001/07/23(月) 21:23
i don't like being here at all.

41 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 21:36
goawayrightnow

42 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 21:39
If i go away from here now, who's gonna give you a
response?

43 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 21:40
me sweetie

44 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 21:43
you HAD BETTER go away right now.
who cares?

45 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 21:44
stop complianing with each other OK?

46 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 21:45
ok coolcool

47 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 21:56
Ass hole

48 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:01
What the fuck are you doing here?

49 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:05
any normal people out there?

50 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:06
nay

51 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:08
why not you talk about something fun?

52 :tatuji:2001/07/23(月) 22:10
いやぁ〜はらへったなみんな!!

53 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:11
I got a bunch of idiots in this shit

54 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:13
wacchya wanna eat tatuji?

55 :37:2001/07/23(月) 22:15
come on guys.
answer my question!

56 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:16
behave. lets talk about something fun

57 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:18
What's your fun>56

Soooo Let's talk about soccer shall we?

58 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:18
>>37
what are you talking about?

59 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:21
たっちゃんもういないの?名無しさんたししかいなくて寂しいっす。。。

60 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:23
please write in english

61 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:25
oops sorry! so where are you guys from? are you japanese?

62 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:26
is there any yahoo!BB user?
see this
http://bb.yahoo.co.jp/

63 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:27
Im from Yokohama,Japan.

64 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:29
i'm from sydney australia . . . that yahoo broadband is cheap!

65 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:31
cheap is not a correct word

66 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:31
inexpensive?

67 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:32
yahoo rules!!
japan is going to be the broad band superpower yeah!!

68 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:34
i'm from tokio

69 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:34
well it's not as expensive as metallic . . .

70 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:34
No way

71 :未来の勇士:2001/07/23(月) 22:35
i'm gonna be from tokyo once i get naturalised as a japanese . . .

72 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 22:56
Hey Boy!

73 :名無しさん@1周年 :2001/07/23(月) 23:06
ey yo nigga! who you think you're talkin to?
huh?

74 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/23(月) 23:14
Hi, killer brother.
Sorry....My girlfriend,who is very beautiful,came into my room.
and she said, "Fuck me right now"................

75 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 03:48
is there anyone who will study abroad?

76 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 10:51
killer!funky

77 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 11:30
whatsup guys

78 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 12:04
Im pretty good.

79 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 12:46
How come so hot today?

80 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 12:54
>>79
Temperature!

81 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 15:17
dose anyone correct if I wrote a wrong sentence?
If so, It will kick my ass.

82 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 16:30

      ∧ ∧ / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄(´ー`)<   no fun at all
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_________

83 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 16:40
so you make them feel fun

84 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 16:53

      ,一-、
     / ̄ l |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
    ■■-っ < I need fan. This temperature is unbearable.
    ´∀`/    \__________
   __/|Y/\.
 Ё|__ | /  |
     | У..  |

85 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 20:23

      ∧ ∧ / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄(´ー`)<   no fun at all
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_________

86 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 20:51

      ,一-、
     / ̄ l |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
    ■■-っ < Ian Soap gets triple crown.
    ´∀`/    \__________
   __/|Y/\.
 Ё|__ | /  |
     | У..  |

87 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 20:54
イツベンガデッムハットレイトリー!
アイカントスタンドイットエニモー!

88 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 20:54
>>86
   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´_ゝ`)<  Really.....
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

89 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 21:00
         / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄\
       /             ヽ
      /                |
      |     /     \     |
      |  || | | | | | | | | | | | | || |
      |   | ⊂⊃      ⊂⊃ |  |
      |   |      ハ      |  |
       |  |     ()()     |  |
       |  |      ‖     |  |    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
        l l |\  <二>  / | l l  < DEATH BY HANGING
           |\____/|       \______

90 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 21:00
>>87
You can't stand what?

91 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 21:19
It's gonna be fine.

92 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 22:23
Hi!
I'm Robert Kim writing from South Korea.
I fucking love Japanese culture, Susi, Harakiri, Hentai-anime, Tekoki, Yasagure and so on.
But I can't make myself favorite only for the textbook issue because it almost consists of so many mistakes and/or prejudices, I heard.

93 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 23:22
>>92 what's Tekoki??

94 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 23:24
Yasagure??

95 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 23:32

      ,一-、
     / ̄ l |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
    ■■-っ < The election is on this sunday.
    ´∀`/    \__________
   __/|Y/\.
 Ё|__ | /  |
     | У..  |

96 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 23:32
It's fuckin'hot today......

97 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 23:46
Hi,Mr.Kim.

Are you realy South Korean? Writing from South korea? I
beliave for the present. It's my pleasure that you love
Japanese calutuer.

So I'm intrested in that you dislike Japanese textbook.
Would you tell me more what you think aboutJapanese
textbook? What kindof textbook? what you meant by "mistakes
and/or prejudices"? Did you read some of Japanese textbok
or Just heard about it?

I'm looking forward to receive reply from you.

98 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/24(火) 23:50

      ,一-、
     / ̄ l |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
    ■■-っ < My erection'll come on this sunday too.
    ´∀`/    \__________
   __/|Y/\.
 Ё|__ | /  |
     | У..  |

99 :timpo:2001/07/25(水) 00:50

      ,一-、
     / ̄ l |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
    ■■-っ < My erection is a daily thing, perhaps hourly.
    ´∀`/    \__________
   __/|Y/\.
 Ё|__ | /  |
     | У..  |

100 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 01:36
>>97
I might say I'm living in a certain city in South Korea, is not so far from the East Sea.
Well, I did write about the history textbook of Japan, which is to be used among a lot of class rooms of Japanese junior high school.
I think it makes sense that the Japanese gov't is willing to go back to the WWII.
What I want to say is that we must beat Japan storongly not to be occupied again.
Any question?

101 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 01:41
No Sir!

102 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 01:44
>>100
Japan never invade Korea again, Because we are no longer interested in Korea
Now, our target is China. But we won't use guns or tanks to enter China.
Our weapons are Jananese Yen and high quality cheap prducts.

Any question?

103 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 01:58
I'd like to say one thing:
Japanese goverment does not write the history text books.
It only authorizes to publish the texts.
There are several privetely owned companys that
write text books. This means if a school chooses to use the
text, only then that text is used in that school.
To my knowledge,there aren't any schools yet to use the much dibated
textbook. I'm not sure though.

104 :名無しさん@1周年 :2001/07/25(水) 02:12
What's up wit the shitty English? > every one of y'all

105 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 02:14
ok. enough.

106 : :2001/07/25(水) 02:15
>>102
YOU FUCKING GUY!
Don't you know Korea is the most superior nation in the world???
For instance, English language is designed by Korean.
Every children in Korea knows that.
I didn't realize by now that Japanese people has so small brain.
HAHAHA.

107 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 02:17
good for you.

108 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 09:32
>>106


      ∧ ∧ / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄(´ー`)<   It scares me.....
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_________

109 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 09:41
>>106

     ∧ ∧ / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄(´ー`)< Yet more evidence that we should nuke Korea...
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_________

110 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 09:50
no....no....no more korean....

111 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 12:07
do you know anything about JAPANESE "ENGRISH"?

112 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 12:57
Fuck off !!

113 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 13:01
ファックオフ?

114 :97:2001/07/25(水) 13:02
Hello,Mr.Kim again!

Thanks for you reply me. I live in Tokyo, very hot town in summer.

First of all I want to tell you even if there is some discriminatory
writings, please don't care of them. They who wrote discriminatory
writings are member of very small section in Japan. I want to talk
about many things with you. We Japanese have a little chance to talk
with Korean directory.

I understand you said "textbook" as textbook of history this time.
I will write down here how I think about textbook of history of Japan.

What I have to say about textbook in Japan is that a school textbook
isn't compiled by government in Japan. There are many(5~7) textbooks
of history for one grade in junior high. Many publishing companys
make textbooks based on their standpoint, then they have to take
official exsamination to make thier textbook be approved by the
Ministry of Education.

In official exam, Ministry of Education check them. They make
publishers correct their textbook only if there is mistake on an
obvious fact. They don't make them correct from natinal historical
view. So, there is many textbooks of history, and they have thier own
viw of history. There maybe One or some textbook can't make you
satisfied, but thereis no help for it.

to be continued...

115 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 14:03
>>111
is that the site's name?

116 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 15:51
To whom it may concern:

It would be greatly appreciated if you could stop
using offensive and vulgar words, such as "f--k",
"s--t" etc. here.

Rgds,

117 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 20:57
AGE

118 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 21:31
Please keep this thread down to keep out meaningless posts.

119 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 22:05
>>118
Never mind! If people who good at English as you write here,
noone can write meaningless posts.

120 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 22:18
イフユードンライクエフワーズジャストファクアウトオブヒア
ガッデッムダムアス!

121 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 22:30
BEHAVE

122 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 22:32
alright...so tell me why you guys want to use those swear words.

123 :118:2001/07/25(水) 22:41
I told you so....

124 :119:2001/07/25(水) 22:58
>>118=123
I'm sorry. I was wrong. I'll never keep this thread up.

125 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/25(水) 23:54
ハウカムユーガイズアーソースロー?
エニバディホーム?(コツコツ)

126 : :2001/07/26(木) 00:59
Got fuckin' sleepy...

127 :natti:2001/07/26(木) 16:31
How are you?( ● ´ ー ` ● )

128 : :2001/07/26(木) 20:08
>>127
FUCKIN' HEALTHY!

129 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 20:51

      ∧ ∧ / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄(´ー`)<   I got a lot of graceful girls here.
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_________

130 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:16

   ∧ ∧    ┌─────────
  ( ´一`)   < Whatever will be will be〜
   \ <    .└───/.|────―
    \.\______/./
      \        /
       ∪∪ ̄∪∪

131 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:20
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< McDonald Japan,¥4700!!!!
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

132 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:24
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< Ryoko Hirosue addicted to sex !?
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

133 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:28

   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< U2
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

134 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:39
Yo ma nigas

135 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:43
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< I'm 100% Japanese!!
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

136 : :2001/07/26(木) 21:45
   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< God bless you!
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

137 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:48
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< >>136 Gesundheit for U
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

138 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:54
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< People abroad can't see us.
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

139 :cat:2001/07/26(木) 21:55

      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< shall we dance?
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

140 : :2001/07/26(木) 21:55
   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< There comes a time when we heed a certain call
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

141 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:57

      ,一-、
     / ̄ l |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
    ■■-っ < Have a kitcut!
    ´∀`/    \__________
   __/|Y/\.
 Ё|__ | /  |
     | У..  |

142 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 21:57
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< >>140 Too old!
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

143 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 22:01
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< Ich habe hunger. Meshiochi〜
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

144 : :2001/07/26(木) 22:05
|
|_∧ Bon soir, Monsieur et Madome.
|´∀`)
|  /
| /
|/
|

145 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/26(木) 22:08
   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ミ
  /   ,――――-ミ
 /  /  /   \ |
 |  /   ,(・) (・) |
  (6       つ  |
  |      ___  |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  |      /__/ /  < No Way!!
/|         /\   \__________

146 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 00:31

      ,一-、
     / ̄ l |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
    ■■-っ < No French and German please
    ´∀`/    \__________
   __/|Y/\.
 Ё|__ | /  |
     | У..  |

147 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 09:33

   ∧ ∧   />──>
   (,, ゚Д゚)  </  /    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  (   )   ̄|| ̄    < F...Final Answer
┏━━━━━━━━┓  \_______
┃┏━━━━━━┓┃

148 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 10:31
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< http://www.bigempire.com/filthy/onefinger.jpg
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________




http://www.bigempire.com/filthy/onefinger.jpg

149 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 14:56
This thread shows how low ability of English of most of reguler
people on this board is, and also show how low thier social
awareness is.

There seem to be a little people have enough ability to
discuss in English.

150 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 18:26
maybe

151 : :2001/07/27(金) 18:37
>>149
   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< O'mae monarrrrrrr!
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

152 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 18:40
>>149
Not this thread, but your response sure did.

153 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 19:24
PANTERA

154 : :2001/07/27(金) 21:21
I think it's not strange Japanese people doesn't have adequate ability for using English because we don't need use it in daily life .
Actually we don't have it , so we need to make chances to use it as many as possible.
I wanna say, don't be coward to use English.

155 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 21:40
just speak up! dude.

156 : :2001/07/27(金) 21:53
>>155
   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< O'mae monarrrrrrr!
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

157 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/27(金) 22:47

      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚)< Who do you think you are !!
 UU ̄ ̄ U U  \_____________

158 :fucker:2001/07/27(金) 23:14
hey, guys, let me join!!
tell me what's goin' on over here?

159 :名無し:2001/07/27(金) 23:58
この板には日本人同士で英語で会話して自己満足してる奇特な人が
多いですが、日本人同士が不完全な英語で揚げ足取り合ってても駄目です。

そこでこの板にもネイティブを呼ぶってのはどう?
アメリカのYAHOOとかにここのアドレス書いておけば
くるんじゃないかな?

日本人同士でひきこもって間違った英語で自己満足なオナニーしてるよりはいいと思う。

160 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 00:03
>>159
「書き込む」ボタンは日本語なので、最低限日本語に対応した環境が
やはり必要になる。2ちゃんねるを英語環境で読むための
環境設定ガイドと、この2ちゃんの使い方を図解入りで
説明したマニュアルがやっぱ必要になるね。きみ是非
言い出しっぺ君は責任とるように。

161 :149:2001/07/28(土) 00:08
>>152
Hell Mr.Critic

I know I'm not good at English as masters on this board, who are very rare.
But It's not the point at issue. The point is the terrible appearance of this
board and why thread llike this don't grow longer evrytime.

I know there are masters on this board. They are very good at English as
they show us their command of English on threads for translating always.
Especially to request for translating English into Japanese, not only masters
but many people try to answer them and most of them put right answers on.
But they don't post writings to thread like this in English.

I want them show us their command of English in writings here. They must
good at wrinting too, I believe. They may make mistakes too, but that's a
small matter. It's important that if they write down here long and meanfull
writings on this thread this thread will grow longer and fool guys cannot
post meanless and discriminatory writings sometimes they including even
4 charactor words. It must be good for this board too.

That's what I wanted to say. If you are one of masters, please post what
you think about this thread and correct me.

Thank you.

162 : :2001/07/28(土) 00:13
>>159
DO YOURSELF.
AND USE ENGLISH IN THIS THREAD.

   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< FUCK OOOOOFF!!!
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

163 :159:2001/07/28(土) 00:25
>「書き込む」ボタンは日本語なので、最低限日本語に対応した環境が
やはり必要になる。

「書き込む」ボタンはボタンを見れば書き込むっていうのは
BBSの常識だからわかると思う。

>きみ是非
言い出しっぺ君は責任とるように。

ここのアドレスアメリカのBBSで宣伝しちゃうぞ。
お前らの英語がへたくそだってばれてもいいのか??

「俺は英語がうまいんだじょー」なんて威張ってられるのも今のうちだぞ。
ヘヘヘ
首長くして待ってろ。

164 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 00:49
>>161
Personaly, I don't have too much interest in putting
messages in English here as it seems to me some sort
of weird masterbation. No one cares for what I say,
and even less corrects my mistakes.
So, it does little to improve my English skill.
If you realy want to practice your writing,
the place you must go is the board, where real English
speakers are talking, but not here.
If you read through this thread from the top to the bottom,
you surely notice that there's no meaningful exchange of
messages but disgusting four letter words and insults,
which, I believe, annoys anyone who realy cares for real communication.
I for one go around to the threads like "request for
translation" if I want useful time in staying in this board.

165 :149=161:2001/07/28(土) 01:15
>>164
Well, I understand you. What you said is true. But I 'm very intrested in what you said on this thread.

First of all, I don't have intention to practice writing in English here. I have to write documents in
English in my daily work. It's very tough for me that I have to do that even if there are many mistakes
in my wrtings. So, I practice English hard in other place and time. And I want to enjoy talking and
discussing various things in English here. Please don't care of me.

Of course it is good for you to answer requests on thread for translation. I don't get in the way of it.
But I'm happy if you and masters post many and long and meanfull messages on this thread. They
must drive disgusting masseges away.

I would say by way of precaution, I'm not >>1.

166 :名無しさん:2001/07/28(土) 03:08
>>162
I'll tumble 4 ya.

167 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 08:29
I'm the same university student as Hirosue Ryoko.
I think she is so crazy.
She doesn't go school,and the night goes to night club.
Then she makes one night love and does one night sex.
She think a sex partner is anybody ok.
SO she is as if cat at heat.
I'm so shamful of her doing at the position of the same university student.
Owing to her my university level and reputeation is go to the hell.
What is the best way which we exclude her from my university???

168 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 09:05
>>167
   ∧ ∧    ┌─────────
  ( ´一`)   < I don't give a damn.
   \ <    .└───/.|────―
    \.\______/./
      \        /
       ∪∪ ̄∪∪


   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´_ゝ`)<  Really.....
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

169 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 09:07
>>167
anybody ok(laughs

170 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 09:09
How did you enter the university? Money? (laughs

171 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 12:17
>>167
If the university gets rid of her, its reputation will get
down even more.

172 :167:2001/07/28(土) 12:18
Of course for entering my university Money is needed.
Such a poor man like you can't enter my university.
OK?

173 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 12:29
With such a poor ability of English, you can never
ever get into OUR university. It is Kyoto University,
OK ?

174 :167:2001/07/28(土) 13:04
I think you are a poor a ability of English too.(laughs
It is shamful that you use Kyoto University.(laughs

175 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 13:23
It is YOU who pretends to be a student at the
university.

176 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 13:24
おいおい

stop complaining with each other

と言ったでしょ

177 :167:2001/07/28(土) 13:26
I have two ideas.
1. If 173 is a student of Kyoto university,
I think the level of Kyoto university go down.....

2.If else, he is the person who yearn for Kyoto university...

Whichever is true, he is a poor man, isn't it.

178 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 13:29
These are not complaints, but advices for a
stupid guy pretending to be a student at the Waseda.

179 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 13:31

   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< STOP PRETENDING !!
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

180 :167:2001/07/28(土) 13:38
I can't feel a little intelligence from him.
So I think he never fail to be a pretender. (laughs

181 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 13:38

   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< >>167 THIS IS AN ADVICE FOR YOU.
  (    )   STOP PRETENDING !!!
  | | | \_____
  (__)_)

182 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 13:43

   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< >>167 SOMEBODY CORRECT #167'S ENGLISH !!!
  (    )   I CAN'T EVEN KNOW WHAT HE'S SAYING!!!
  | | | \_____
  (__)_)

183 :167:2001/07/28(土) 13:51
You can't correct my English.
Because you have no ability of correcting English.
It is proof that you escape to pictures.
You are a laughingstock.

184 : :2001/07/28(土) 13:53
Let's translate Japanese old proverbs into English.

Kobo also missed descriptions.
On the rock for three years.

185 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 13:56
Can anybody understand #167 ?

186 :167:2001/07/28(土) 14:04
How silly you are....
I know the English level of this thred.
I'm disgusted at your behavior.
I use only easy English...
I never come here again.
Bye silly people.

187 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 14:08

   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< YOU LOSE. KEEP YOUR PROMISE.
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

188 :167:2001/07/28(土) 14:13
I lose????
No kidding!(laughs

189 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 14:18

   ∧_∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< YOU BROKE YOUR PROMISE. NEVER COME HERE.
  (    )  \_____
  | | |
  (__)_)

190 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 14:27
>>186
>Bye silly people.
I think here is no more than just one "Chu-Bo" who is attacking you.
You must ignore an "Aori".
This is one of the most basic social rule in 2ch.
If you don't know that rule, you are the silly one.

191 :167:2001/07/28(土) 14:30
I can correct your English at the opposite of you.
For example, it is better that this "YOUR" is to "OUR".
This is rather a speech defect than a English mistake.
It is shameful to mistake such a short sentence.(laughs

192 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 14:33
I never come here.←This is the promise that you made, right?

193 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 14:39
Stop insulting each other.
What do you want to improve in talking bad over
each other's mistakes.
If you want to correct someone's mistakes, Please
do it in the way of advice, not personal insults.
Both of you have already proven well enough how far
some sort of person can degrade himself.

194 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 16:18

   ∧_∧   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< Hanging around here is a fuckin' waste of your time.
  (    )  \_____
   | | |
  (__)_)

195 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 16:21
2chers are koizumi banzais.

196 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 17:29
>>195
We must erect tomorrow morning.

197 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 17:32
    ∧_∧   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  ( ´∀`)< Its asa-dachi ha ha ha
  (    )  \_____
   | | |
  (__)_)

198 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 22:05
hi there!
i would like to have a session with you guys.
pls take it easy and make it more fun!
i'm a bit of australian.

199 :名無しさん@1周年 :2001/07/28(土) 22:25
>>198

How is Australia?
Good place What''s the difference between Japan and Australia?

Which do you like better ?

200 :198:2001/07/28(土) 22:29
Don`t ask me stupid question,you idiot!

201 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 22:30
whhhhhhhhhhhhhhhy?

202 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 22:31
>>200
You are real 198?

203 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/28(土) 22:33
>>200

>Don`t ask me stupid question,you idiot!

you use no article A or THE to question
you did so intenntionally or you missed it?

204 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/29(日) 14:02
>>203(┌┌┌ ゚∀゚)┐It's just a mistake.

205 :David:2001/07/29(日) 20:00
what is a point of this board

206 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/29(日) 20:32
>>205
     ______
    /_      |
    /. \ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄|
  /  /  ― ― |
  |  /    -  - |
  ||| (6      > |
 | | |     ┏━┓|   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
| | | |     ┃─┃|  < I suppose that you are David.
|| | | |  \ ┃  ┃/    \________
| || | |    ̄  ̄|

207 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/29(日) 21:02
thanks for asking about AUS,
well it has got more land and green and probably better climate.
peaples are easy going and most of them are lazy, i like that part.
and it has got heaps of multiculuturaly defferent background people living together, so u 'll see some sort of discriminations.

but i reckon, that japan has almost everything eccept,,,,
what u think for that?
pls may i have a your say?

208 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/29(日) 21:57
Since this country is island, most of Japanese are genuin nationalities,
when your country has many kinds of race and nationalities.
So what we don't have is a sence of cultural tolerance toward other country may be.
But I'm not sure about that.
Or,I might have to point out that the generousness we might ought to have.

209 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/29(日) 23:41
>>207
Hello,Mr.Aus! Can I call you Mr.Aus on this thread? If you stay anonymous, I feel uneasy
when I ask you something or talk to you. Of course If you have your hadle name, please
use it. Would you post message here with handle name please? You are a special on this
thread.

I have many question I want to ask about Austraia, but I have no time to do that today.
I' do that someday.

rgds

210 :maigono_gaijin:2001/07/30(月) 04:54
Hajimemashite minna san. bokuwa americajin desu. yoroshikune~.nihongo kentei level1 no benkyoshimasu.
nihonjin tomodachi hoshii desu.
hello i am from NYC. i think this BBS is very funny. I like video games like: AOC,Unreal,Quake,Cossacks ect...
My dream is to live and work in Japan. I am a computer programmer (VB,VC,ASP,jscript). If anyone wants to play any online games with me please let me know.
Does anyone in Japan like computer programming as much as I do? What computer language is popular in Japan?
I've been to Yokohama, Sendai,Hakone,Tokyo (aoyama). I love Japanese food, oensen and temple. Has anyone been to NYC?

211 :David:2001/07/30(月) 09:08
>>210
you are not american. You have too much grammer tense wrong

212 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/30(月) 09:20
>>211
Why? Where is his English wrong for example?

213 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/30(月) 09:33
>>211
But native English speakers also make grammer mistakes.
Right?

214 :David:2001/07/30(月) 09:46
I wont say about capitalization but you dont say I love Japanese food

215 :maigono_gaijin:2001/07/30(月) 09:52
I must admit my written English is not perfect. I guess it’s due to a lack of a college education hahaha.
But I assure you that I am every much American. I know this because the IRS takes 1/2 my paycheck every week haha.
Other than that I am every tactful and generally a very nice person.

216 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/30(月) 10:00
>>215
I do not care your nationality anyway.
Nice you are there!

217 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/30(月) 10:08
But I don't welcome 「不良外人」.OK?

218 :maigono_gaijin:2001/07/30(月) 10:09
I was taking to Dave, as he is the one who does not
believe I am American.
Connect the dots please.

219 :L024242.ppp.dion.ne.jp:2001/07/30(月) 12:51
>>maigono gaijin
It doesn't matter you're real American or not. But If you cannot write intresting things
in sophisticated English, you' never treat as an American on this boad. I also think that
is most important what you say in your messages.

But you can prove that you post messages from NYC America in following way. Write
"fusianasan"in a section of name, where you had written "maigono gaijin", then your IP
adress will appeares there of your messages as I did.

Of course there is some of risks and you had not better to do that if you take static
global IP adress(I don't know how I express that in English correctly but you may get
what I say). That is going to prove at least that you post your messages from NYC
America.

But of course if you will post intresting messages in English many times, you will be a
special member on this board naturaly. It doesn't depend on your nationalty. I think this
is the better way to do.

rgds

220 :(゚Д゚)ハァ?:2001/07/30(月) 12:57
>>maigono gaijin
Please show me your IP.

221 :Zorro:2001/07/30(月) 15:24
Hey there, Maigono Gaijin. Welcome aboard. I hope you're not discouraged by some of the replies you've received so far.

So you're not the greatest typist in the world, but other than that, your "grammar" sounds like a typical American to me.
That's a funny line about the IRS taking half your paycheck.

By the way, did you see "Planet of the Apes" yet? I just went today and had a fairly good time.
A couple of plot holes.... Such as, if there's only humans and apes in this place, where did the horses come from?
Where are the other animals, such as dogs, cats, birds, mosquitoes, etc.? Just something to nitpick, y'know.

222 :FUCK YOU:2001/07/30(月) 16:27
Hey Austaraian give my money back!
And you stole my girlfriend.
Fuck you!

223 :FUCK YOU:2001/07/30(月) 16:29
I won`t forgive you!

Go back to Australia and fuck with koala !

224 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/30(月) 16:32
i wanna fuck i wanna rape i wanna die i wanna piss on you
biatchs!

225 :FUCK YOU:2001/07/30(月) 16:33
go fuckyourself ass hole!

226 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/30(月) 16:36
>>222-225
Get out of here! Never Write down here 4 letter words.

227 :FUCK YOU:2001/07/30(月) 16:38
Fuck 226
fuck off!

228 : :2001/07/30(月) 16:41
fucking moron!!!

229 :(゚Д゚)ハァ?:2001/07/30(月) 17:46
What a thread!

230 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/30(月) 18:59
amazing!!!

231 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/30(月) 19:53
>>226
Nice shoes, wanna fuck? (w

232 :maigono_gaijin:2001/07/30(月) 21:49
>> Zorro
Hey Zorro, How are ya? I read your post. Yeah the replies that I’ve gotten are quite daunting…err…but….
subsequently I’ve come to hope for the best but expect the worst from people. In doing this I am never surprised.
I went to see "Planet of the Apes" on the day of the first showing.
The last part of that movie was the most confusing. “Did he make it back to earth or was he on that same planet?
And if returned to the same planet then was the planet really earth? Can human and Ape have sex?”
I don’t think I will get the answer to these questions. The action and costumes were cool.
Estella Warren is a good actress.
Did A.I remind you of the Japanese comic Astro Boy?
>>All
“can’t we all just get along?”

233 :216:2001/07/30(月) 22:28
Hi, Maigo-kun,

>“can’t we all just get along?”
I would suggest you just ignore them.

By the way, you said you are fond of Online Game, would you
let us know some of the cool sites that you know of?

234 :maigono_gaijin:2001/07/30(月) 23:45
>>216
http://www.unreal.com/
http://www.cossacks.com
www.aoc.com
you'll need to buy the games to play online untill then you can try the demos first
If you like basic card games then you can goto yahoo.com and play aganist people from
all over the world.
"can't we all just get along" is a line from the "Planet of the Apes"
movie. Did you see Final Fantasy yet? I like the new L'arc en Ciel song at the end.

235 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 10:10
Plese tell me the result of erection.
I live in foreign country, so I don't know a lot about it.
I know that LDP(Liberal Democratic Party) has won the more than half of seats.
I expecially want to know the reaction of Asahi newspaper,TV and F##king Kume.

236 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 10:22
>>235

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237 :名無しさん@1周年 :2001/07/31(火) 12:24
朝日新聞てなんでたたかれるの?
確か別の板でもたたかれてたけど
政治に詳しくないのでそこらへんがわからん。

だれかわかるひとー厨房にもわかるように説明してください。

238 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 12:26
あ、English only だった えー英語に訳すと、、、、

239 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 12:34
Why is Asahi newspaper so criticized?
Certainly Asahi is also criticized on another board.
I don't know about it because I am not familiar with politics.

Could you explain this to me like 厨房.

240 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 13:11
>>239

becouse they are so hypocrite,for example just most easy one,
when WW2 was going on,asahi was completely on goverment side
but now they dont even refer about that and behave like a left wing
which alwas against war.

sometime they make a mistake but hardly admit ther fault and even when
they have to aporogize,they do very reractantly.
basicly all news paper is like them but asahi is too goody goody.
that is why many people hate asahi.they are to childish.

sorry about my bad spelling.

241 :219:2001/07/31(火) 13:29
>>234
Hi! Maigono gaijinn san. Final Fantasy the movie have't released yet in Japan.
We don't know about the detales of the movie. You made me know that the
new song of L'arc en Ciel is used at the last of the movie. I'm looking foaward
to see the movie.

By the way, I wanna ask you that A.I make a hit in the U.S.? In Japan it have
a poor reputation. I'm intrested in the movie becouse of its script is written by
Stanly Cubric(I don't know I spelld out his name correctly or not, sorry) .Could
you tell me how do you feel about the movie?

242 :239:2001/07/31(火) 13:30
I saw someone said on the other board that I felt bad
about Asahi newspaper.

"felt bad" is ”気持ち悪い”(I don't know exactly words)

Why did he feel bad about Asahi newspaper?

243 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 14:07
240 san, I fully agree with you.
Asahi is the biggest hypocrite among today's journalism in Japan.
Their history is full of sins, and disgrace to decent journalism and crimes, they have committed
not only during the war but since then to this day.
For an instance, how Asahi could justify in their propaganda that North Korea was
a heaven on the planet, and this was the place to go for the residents from Korea in Japan.
Now we all know very well they are living in a hell on the planet, in a real one.
Not a few of them made up their mind to go to the hell, believing in Asahi's shit.
They wrote on the paper not the fact but what they wanted to believe as usual.
And the similar case has been repeated again and again.
Do you anyone notice a tiniest bit of article on the paper that they admit their fault.
They never admit, and pretend they are always right.
Hypocrite as they are, they are pretending they are on the side of ordinary, or depressed people,
keeping them from the abuse of the power
while a fact is that they are the power, evil power if I may, as they cannot look back on themselves
and correct their faults.
In a way the attitude among some of us toward Asahi is similar to that of Rush Limbaugh when
he ridicules New York Times or Wall Street Journal, however, in the case with Asahi,
it is based on far more solid facts.

244 :243:2001/07/31(火) 14:23
Correctio:
Washigton post i/o Wall Stree Journal

See? I'm not like Asahi.

245 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 14:36
>>244
>See? I'm not like Asahi.
It makes me grin.

246 :240:2001/07/31(火) 14:37
i admire your english ability.
how did you get that much word and gramer power?
i envy you....

247 :240:2001/07/31(火) 14:39
my last massege is for 243

248 :Zorro:2001/07/31(火) 14:48
>>maigono gaijin
I think the ending of Planet of the Apes was deliberately vague because they're already thinking SEQUEL.
Personally, I think he should have stayed where he was. He had it good, with two babes after him and he'd just stopped a whole war by himself!

Your other question. Are you asking if humans and apes can have children together, or just have plain ol' sex.
I suppose if two intelligent lifeforms are creative enough, anything is possible. Ha ha ha. They can't have offspring without some Herculean feats of genetic engineering.
It has always bothered me how science fiction shows have different species easily breeding "mixed" children. (Star Trek, for example.)

I haven't seen A.I. yet, but I heard about it from a friend.
Yes, I see the parallel to Astro Boy in two things: building android copies of deceased children, and the rejection by his parents.
The movie is based on a Brian Aldiss short story, from the sixties. I wonder if he saw Astro Boy???

249 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 18:55
well.. how about we just go to the monthly orgies at government street

250 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 20:09
>>249
I'msorry but I cannot get what you said. Could you tell me what
"orgies at government street" is.

251 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 20:13
I think Japanese economy is critical condition.
Big company achievement of maker (NEC,SONY,FUJITU,MATUSHITA...)go down .
And the employee restructuring be done.
I think Japanese can't be revival.

252 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 20:42
>>251
In '80, allmost of people in the world thought "The U.S. can't
be revival.". But you know it would be true or not.

253 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 22:17
I think the revival of USA is owing to Pregident Clinton.
Koizumi isn't such a clever primeminister.
Koizumi became not to be bold when he became a primeminister.
He lost his violence.
Koizumi, please recollect of his violence or his cleverness.

254 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 22:23
>>253
Mr. Clinton is no longer the President of the US.

255 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 22:31
Sorry, Clinton is a formaer president.

256 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/07/31(火) 23:15
>>251^255
I wanna know the opnion of maigono gaijinn about this issue.
Would you post your opinion about economy of the U.S and
Japan, Mr.maigono gaijin, please? Do you American think it
is owing to ex.Pregident Mr.Clinton? And how do you feel
Primeminister Koizumi is?

257 :(;´д` ) :2001/07/31(火) 23:44
うんこしてくるね。急いでいるからご勘弁を。

258 :maigono_gaijin:2001/08/01(水) 02:52
>> 241
Did A.I make a hit in the U.S.? yes
For 2 weeks it was in the top 10 list of good movies. I really enjoyed it a lot but I liked F
inal Fantasy better. A.I seems to cover the stages of life of a person who did not receive love from mother.
I can go into that more if you want. I watch a lot of Japanese drama here in the states.
Can you recommend any Japanese move that’s good?

259 :maigono_gaijin:2001/08/01(水) 02:56
>>256
The only thing I know about America’s economy is that it’s not doing well. The news reports show that people from many industries
are being laid off from work at a rapid rate. I don’t have the means or the knowledge to decipher if
Mr. Clinton or anyone else is at fault for this. The world is too big for me to understand what is going
on and why things happen. If I try to understand or make any “educated” guess on the world’s state of affairs I’ll get a
headache “itai!” So I tend to focus on fun things like programming, video games, and my dream of someday living in Japan.
If I lose my job and I am unable to find another I shall only blame myself for not studying hard enough.
In fact I am going after all the certifications I can and even returning to school to study Japanese and computers.
The Nihongo Kentei level 1 is hard so I need all the help I can get.
I can’t say anything about Prime minister Koizumi but he looks like movie star. Didn’t he say mean thing about homeless people?
So sorry I can’t give you any good opinion. If I was in Japan I would forget about the world and goto hakone haha.

260 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/01(水) 07:47
>>250
orgies-having sex with bunch of ppl.
government street-this is a real street in canada

261 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/01(水) 07:48
anyone here wanna be my casanova

262 :名無しさん:2001/08/01(水) 09:09
>>259
Hello! good morning.

263 :maigono_gaijin:2001/08/01(水) 09:31
>>262
good morning..are you on your way to work or school?

264 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/01(水) 11:31
>>253
I think it's too naive to attribute the recovery of the U.S. economy to Mr.Clinton solely, and
in my opinion - dead wrong.
I cannot come up with anything useful or helpful to the economy among the things Mr.Clindon had done
during his presidency. At best he didn't give much damage to it.
(Though there must remain the controversial opinions whether his efforts to decrease the budget deficit
was helpful to the overall economy.)
We saw the dramatic turn-around of the U.S. economy coincided with the presidential inauguration of
Mr.Clinton, however, considering the time factor, required for any policy to take effect, it's more logical to
think the success owes to something initiated by his predecessor.
There must have been various factors that helped the U.S. economy, and I think one of them is
the collapse of Japanese economy, I mean "Burst of the economic bubble of Japan" , which pushed the money
out of Japan and directed it to the U.S.
After decline of the Japanese economy, we saw the dramatic change of the capital f low, and
the U.S. market began gathering the money from all over the world, picking up the momentum,
especially into then fledgling New Economy sector.
I personally think Mr.Clinton was just a lucky president, who happened to be a president at the right place and
at the right moment.

265 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/01(水) 12:14
hmm.. what is casanova maigo no gaijin

266 :nana:2001/08/01(水) 20:56
hi there!! > all
hello from sydney,

i was actually suerpurised that all your english is f---ing great!
as i see a lot of overseas students are struggling their english these day.
anyway it's nice to know you all.

>Did he make it back to earth or was he on that same planet?
And if returned to the same planet then was the planet really
earth? Can human and Ape have sex?<

i have not seen the movie yet, but i think it's cool.
and as i wacthed the tv show called who's aping who? we can not make love with apes.
i mean u can have a sex with them, but actually u can not create fertilization.
well,,,it is just kind of rules of this earth,,, u know.

in addition, i atill make a lot of mitakes and am a terribile at spelling as well,so
pls do not point too much each other.and i do not get any troubles at all in my dairy life. pls...and ta in advance!
and nana means seven in japanese, doesn't it? so i made my handdle name its calls nana right?
i reckon nana is lucky number as we oz has favourites of 4.
oki-doki and sayonara.

267 :241=256:2001/08/01(水) 23:08
Hi! nana. Welcom to this board.I'm very happy you join us.

I feel "nana" is nice handle-name. Yes, it means seven in Japanese and
we think it lucky number. It may bring you luky things. But I don't
know why we think it lucky number.

So, " Planet of the Apes" the movie have been released in Aus? Does it
make hit? I'm going to see it this weekend. I'm looking forward to see
it much.

At last, Could you tell me why do Australian like "4" , if you know?

>>maigono gaijin
Thank you for you reply me! Well, I wanna have much time to go to
see movies. I wanna see A.I. too. But no time to see it.

I wanna talk to you about Japanese movies. But I don't know them
well. Have you see "the Prinscess Mononoke", animation movie of Hayao
Miyazaki? I think it best Japanese movie in recent yeares. And his
new movie "Sen to Chihiro no kamikakusi" have been released now. It
makes a smash hit in Japan. I haven't seen it, but I'm going to see it
in this summer.

I'll write about economies next time. Writing in English makes me a
little tired. This message is long enough to make me so.

Good night >all.

268 :名無しさん:2001/08/01(水) 23:59
>>263
I have been given informal assurances of employment on graduation.
Company name is NEC system integration and constraction.
I study manegement information system.
You can think I am studing computer system.
I am enployed for systems engineer.
That company let me take a TOEIC test.
But,my score is 235.I want to acheve 450 score in TOEIC.
Because, If I become a chief enginner ,I need 450 score in TOEIC.
I am master's cose student.
Now a day, Japaniese avarage score which garuated from university,is 450-500.
I think my week point is low TOEIC score.
Because,I go to Lingerphone academy.
It is make me happy.Because,I have leisure.
so,I confined to my room.
If I leave this,I will be go mad.

269 :名無しさん:2001/08/02(木) 00:18
age

270 :あれ:2001/08/02(木) 02:27
Oh, nana, you know how Mr. Spock is born. He is a product of human and Valcun marriage. Since we can have children with guys from outer space, why can't we have children with earth monkeys?
If you want to know more about extraterrestrial love and marrages, watch Rosewell or Lexx.

271 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 02:28
ass

272 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 02:33
The self-distruction function has been activated.
This area will be incinerated in three minutes.
All members involved must evacuate immediately.

273 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 10:02
>>272
dont be bio hazard

274 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 11:50
ニセモノ外人の集うスレ(笑

275 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 12:36
>>274
It doesn't matter. Don't care about it and Join us! If you
post your message on this thread in English, you can make
friends in no time. We don't care your nationality. Come on!

276 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 13:36
>>275
I think it doesn't matter too, but nana, please don't
make believe.

277 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 14:50
>>276

I think it doesn't matter either.However......

278 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 15:05
However....?
Come on! Spit it out.

279 :以前いた:2001/08/02(木) 17:46
しばらく来ない間にインチキ英語の荒らしは居なくなったようだね。

280 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 17:56
そんなのいたんですか?

281 :名無しさん:2001/08/02(木) 19:07
1行OKか?

282 :名無しさん:2001/08/02(木) 19:11
誰か、まともに動いている英会話ONLYのML知らないですか?
しかも、日本人の語学学習用で

283 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 19:16
Even if there are any ML in English only,
it needs money.
So I think this thred is so useful.

284 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 23:21
Unusually, this "English only" thread has grown long. It give me a sence of suprise.

285 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 23:25
>>284
Because there are some messages which are worth for reading.
It's also amazing!

286 :名無しさん@1周年 :2001/08/02(木) 23:25
ていうか英語オンリーのスレッドはあんまり話題がみつかんないんだよね

287 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 23:28
>>285
Though, recently there are popping up some chubo
who cannot express themselves in English.

288 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/02(木) 23:37
I'm no.286
I didn't know this is the thread of English only.

I am sorry.

289 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/03(金) 10:56
>>288
Don't care. But there are many things to talk about. Movies, economies
defference of cultuer between Japan and others and so on.

Please post here message about what you are intrested in now.

290 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/03(金) 14:58
I want to hear One thing from the most people as I can.
What is One thing?
One thing is what is your life?

I think the life is so precious and so valuable.
Sometimes I see some people who work hard and don't enjoy his or her life.
I want to talk to him or her why he or she suffer from some events.
Life is for enjoy yourself.
If you are so sad or feel in a hard lot,
you should throw away all.
I think so.

It is rather natural than it.
Human should come back to their original old style life.

291 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/03(金) 15:07
>>290
you need to omit she and her.

292 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/03(金) 15:11
>>290

I think so too.
But there are many people who criticize your opinion.

I think it is good for me to get only money which makes me alive.
What do you think about this?

293 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/03(金) 15:14
Humm, I will respect your thought.
And could you give me your PC system that apparently does not fit in anymore with your original old style life?

294 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/03(金) 16:15
For people overseas.

If you confuse how to use this board, go to this thread please.
http://mentai.2ch.net/test/read.cgi?bbs=english&key=996803955

Thank you.

295 :名無しさん:2001/08/03(金) 20:21
I think, I am I.

296 :神々の末裔:2001/08/03(金) 21:27
By the way,
Does somebody know where I can progress my English?
I

297 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/03(金) 22:30
>>296
Your desk in your room.

298 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/03(金) 22:32
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299 :ユダヤ人:2001/08/03(金) 22:57
Are they Hebrews? So am I. Are they Israelites? So am I. Are they the seed of Abraham? So am I.

300 :Ya mama:2001/08/03(金) 22:58
Waz up yall? Anybody wana speak 2 a man whoz got a nice ass? I know all of yall like asses. Men or Women, we all love nice ass. Ya know Y? Itz da animal instinct! After all, we are still part GOD part Beast. :)

301 :ユダヤ人:2001/08/03(金) 22:59
Are they Christ's servants? I sound like a madman-but I am a better servant than they are!

302 :Thank you!:2001/08/03(金) 23:11
But "he who glories, let him glory in the Lord."

303 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 01:30
Why have this thread turned into religious?

304 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 02:02
ガンジタは 気をつけた方がいいよ
かいいし

305 :Ya mama:2001/08/04(土) 05:25
God created us all! It is wrong to discreminate someone caz of her/his religious preference!
I think religion suck ass! In da US, the most segregated institution is da church! I ain't
talking bout da church's chicken!

God's followers should never discreminate anyone!
So why do they discreminate againt each other? Because their beliefs are not one that was created
by God's will but Man's will!!

306 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 08:37
うぉ・・・ぅ I don't know much about such churchs discreminates with color or something but,
But there are so many religious today. Even in Japan, there wouldn't be any villeges or towns
where they don't have any religious institutions.
Some might be rotten things. But I know there are some good, ideal church
that don't discriminate others. I cannot tell here those church's name though.

307 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 11:30
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308 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 11:52

  J_†_|   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
   (,,゚Д゚) < Thou shalt die.
  ハ ̄ ̄`つ \_______
  し ╋|
   |___| 
   ∪ ∪

309 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 15:00

      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < I am AIBO.
   .._>》  _>《       \_______

310 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 15:17
>>308
How cute!!!!
I love it.

311 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 15:23
アイボの方がよくないか?
アイボって愛慕哀慕とかけてたのかな?

312 : :2001/08/04(土) 15:31
      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < I wanna girl.
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

313 :がいじんず:2001/08/04(土) 16:28
I wanna A girl or I wanna girlS .
Got it ya ?

314 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 16:34

      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < I wanna girls, girls, girls.
   .._>》⊃  _>《    heheheheheh........   
\_______

315 :名無しさん:2001/08/04(土) 16:35
I wanna girls
ってどういういみ?

316 :名無しさん:2001/08/04(土) 16:41
どういう意味やねん

317 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 16:53
鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱
鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱
鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱
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鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱鬱

318 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 16:57
I want a girl.
I want girls.
の間違いだろ。それをわざと使ってるのが>>314、つまり俺だ。

319 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:05
>>311~318
You guys! This in English only thread. If you wanna post
your messages in Japanese, post to other threads. If you
wanna post to this thread, in English please.

320 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:18
>>318
If you say "I want a girl", it sounds to me that
you want a help for a certain kind of work that
requires a feminine hand from one person.
Or, may be, under certain circumstances,
you want one girl who you really want or
will be able to fall in love with.


321 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:19
In addition to the above 320,
you may be not strong enough to deal with
many girls for one night. Right?

322 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:23

      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < I'm not human. Got it?
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

323 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:24

      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < Please make me a real boy...
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

324 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:25
>>322
Oh! So you want some symbolic existence for a girl?

325 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:28

      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < Not so philosophical, you know.
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

326 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:32
You mean, you want a company but in opposite sex?

327 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:45

      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < Don't make me say any more!!
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

328 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:51
Why not? I want to know you more!

329 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 17:57

      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < 困りました。
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

330 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 18:13
>>322~329
I feel fun so much. Bur It's better if >>329 post it in English.

331 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 18:16
      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < 困りました again .
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

332 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 18:51
      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < Somebody do it instead of me.
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

333 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 21:39
unnko

334 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/04(土) 22:44
hi,

Im really surprised to have seen this thread
of english only again came up.
because actually i was the one who set up that thread.
i just wanted to have a opportunity
to write english as a regular basis for my own good.
and thats why i set up english only thread. but as far as
i see these bbcs, i know there are lots people who need
the place where they can output what theyve leanred.
besides nova sucks.

thanks natti sincerely.

335 :英会話学校は全部嫌い:2001/08/04(土) 23:15
>>besides nova sucks.
I'm gon'na die with too much laughing!

336 :Thank:2001/08/05(日) 00:22
I'm sleepy,and I will go to bed,but,I will come back soon in this morning.

337 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 00:46
>>336
Of course you may go to bed, but who are you?

338 :Ya:2001/08/05(日) 04:15
da hell r yall talking bout?

339 :リンガフォンアカデミ:2001/08/05(日) 09:25
I'm rich man.

340 :nana:2001/08/05(日) 10:06
hi there!!! greeting from syd.

the ape movie will releae on next thursday.i saw the pre-movie show.
it gonna be big hits in aus for sure.
i saw a movie called down to earth, which was really cool.i love black comedy.
cris rock is great. he is the one who never tried the black jork in while people. right?
i reckon that one is to worth to wacth it.
but unfortunently the movie moves are a bit different from jap aus.
we are always behind jap. well some are coming early.

number 4 is believeng ,,,,,,,,,,,,,sorry, i am not sure.
i mean i do not care much.

why do they discreminate againt each other? I think religion suck ass!

↑i strongly agree with this!!!!
see the world, then u can see who's still fighting!!!
but i like your yamato damashii best.

in short, i would like ask u guys......
why do jap politician or media push too much on another???
i think there are a lot more issues u should make the priority than the yasukuni issue and school the text issue and so on.
ms makiko seems to be left wing and aggro.
uh..........n. i'm better off now.
okidoki then> all


and




do jap care about

341 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 10:16
With a collection of records tighter than a twelve-year old

342 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 11:00
Don't you feel offended when you are called "jap"?
I feel this way.

343 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 11:07
All foreginers who use "jap" is going to offend us?

344 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 11:15
When you want to talk about Japan , please use "jpn"
instead of "jap".

345 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 14:16
(゚д゚)yummiyummi

346 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 17:18
      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < Here comes AIBO again!!
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

347 :>>340:2001/08/05(日) 18:46
hi,

about text book and yasukuni problems

in my opinion thats because some japanese people started to take
a relationship with asian contries more seriously than ever.
and i agree with them. its time to settle the past with other asians.
unless we stop declaring the most important relation for us japanese
is not the one with asians, im sure we are going to be isolated
in asian society. and then it follows we will be cornerd in the stuation
where we had been during the world war two.

what do you think?

348 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 19:56

      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < Somebody play with me. I'm so lonely....
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

349 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 20:10
I think that worship of Yasukuni Jinja should be stopped.
If worship is continued, I regard a war criminal person's grave as it setting aside.
Then, I think that the problem in the criticism and Japan
from other countries of Asia is also lost.

350 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/05(日) 22:57
>>349
Perdon me?

351 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 15:20
age

352 :ass:2001/08/06(月) 15:22
      _
      \\_
   ___(  ■ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
 〜( ◎__◎)__ノ   < Let me fuck with ya!
   .._>》⊃  _>《       \_______

353 : :2001/08/06(月) 15:24

  J_†_|   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
   (,,゚Д゚) < ねえ、頼むから逝ってよ。逝ってくれって
  ハ ̄ ̄`つ \_______
  し ╋|
   |___|
   ∪ ∪

354 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 15:25
>>352
He said "somebody", but not you. I don't have fun with you.

355 :nana:2001/08/06(月) 21:09
with my apoligy....
KONBANWA & i am sorry about my word of JAPANESE.
i really meant to anything like abusing or offending.
we use the word to categorize just people's back ground which is quite common in here.
anyway, i use correct form of the word from now then.

did u all have a good week end??
i went to a YOGA place for veg meal and short guided meditation and spiritual film.
that was nice and made me calm.
what have you all been up to????

356 :nana:2001/08/06(月) 21:13
sorry my poor spelling mistakes above.
the correct form is i do not meant .....

wish i could have spelling check with this.

357 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 21:23
You are a good speaker of English>>365

358 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 21:24
sorry >>356

359 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 21:32
>>355
I guess your YOGA lesson did really work on you.
The misspellings are very few.
I know some people use "Jap" for the short form
of Japanese without an intention to say badly about
Japan. But some guys here have a very acute sense of
the language, so people including her should not use
it.


360 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 21:41
By the way, I wanna ask, is it smart to begin with the small letter when I'm chatting on the internet?
I thought it doesn't, and that's only foreigners(than English speaking people) do.

361 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 21:47
Is it smart to write "i" instead of "I" ,too?
I'm not a native speaker of English so I don't
understand it. I feel it's a little stupid when
I see this.

362 :nana:2001/08/06(月) 21:53
hu.....n. do i really need to reply with that???
i do not mind that to type up I instead of i, but...
well i wanna see your guy's say more about issues related to updateing news everyday.
or just if you could give us something more interesting issues.
but in my opinion..... yes, i do not use small letter at my work at all.
but....i just say agree to disagree with this issue????

363 :241:2001/08/06(月) 22:30
Hi nana again!

>>362
haha,Of course you must go on your way. Most of people don't care about
"i"insetd of "I". But someone not used to reading messages like that may
feel unesay. But it's not blame to you.

By the way, I'm looking for intresting issue for this thread too. But
it might be hard to find that. Becouse forgin people as you are most
intresting isshu(?) of this board. I also feel fun just as writing
message to you.

So, talking about last weekend, many "Hanabitaikai" was hold around.
"Hanabitaikai" meams big exhibition of fireworks. I went to one of
it with my girlfriend. That was very beutifull and fantastic. I hope
you could see Japanese fireworks someday. they are a littel deffernt
from fireworks of West. You must be impressd.

So,take care and until then, bye.

364 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 23:31
>>361 and others.

First, you were blaming her for using an abbreveation for
Japanese, Jap, claming that it is a racist term
and then you went on to say that using a small
lettter instead of capitalizing it at the beggining of every sentence
sounded stupid?
Come on.
Don't you find it rude saying something like that?
How come you are so mean to her?
Please be nice to her and say something interesting for once.

365 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/06(月) 23:52
>>357
me???
You are a good fortuneteller, aren't you.

366 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 00:22
>>365
That's right. He might means "good" as honest.

367 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:01
WORKING FOR NOVA

Well, I must say that it feels great to have completed my last working day at Nova.
It was quite possibly the most bogus organization I have ever worked for.

What is so bogus about Nova? Well, let's look at a few things.
In fairness though, remember that many of the following
observations apply to the entire "English Conversation School"
industry in Japan equally.

There are no professional qualifications required to be a teacher.
Nova provides three days of "training" for all new teachers.
Want to teach the outrageously overpriced children's lessons?
Just another 45 minutes of training.
Well, I must say that it feels great to have completed my last working day at Nova.
It was quite possibly the most bogus organization I have ever worked for.

What is so bogus about Nova? Well, let's look at a few things.
In fairness though, remember that many of the following
observations apply to the entire "English Conversation School"
industry in Japan equally.
There are no professional qualifications required to be a teacher.
Nova provides three days of "training" for all new teachers.
Want to teach the outrageously overpriced children's lessons?
Just another 45 minutes of training.
Once they get the students' money, they don't really give a damn
whether they ever learn to speak English well or not.
They follow P.T. Barnum's maxim about their being a sucker born every minute.
Hardly any of the staff can speak English well and almost NONE of them study at Nova.
Then in their sales talk they tell people how wonderful Nova is and how much they can
improve their English at Nova.
How in hell would they know?
Would you eat lunch at a restaurant where the people who
worked there always brought their lunch? I think not.
What is good about Nova?
The commercials are EXCELLENT!!
They attract people like you wouldn't believe.
In my school, we have people who drive in from two or three towns away. Why?
Because they were hooked by the commercials.
They have English schools right in their own towns, yet they drive an hour
to study at Nova. All this when Nova is no better or worse than any of
the other schools out there.

All the schools now have "opinion boxes" at the front desk so that students
can confidentially submit their opinions and complaints about the school.
According to what is written on the box, the box is emptied once a month and
the contents sent directly to some bigwigs at the head office.
Supposedly the staff never sees them. That the staff never sees them is true anyway.
How is that? Because the boxes are never emptied!!!
I know for a fact that as I write this (June 15, 1997) there is a message in the
Kiryu Nova box which was put there in February.
I have mentioned this numerous times and been brushed off each time.

368 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:05
Some people pay up to about $6,000. All that before they have had
a single lesson. Any place that wants you to pay that much up front
must be worried that they are so crappy that they couldn't keep you
satisfied enough to want to come back month after month, were they
to let you pay that way.
Not that it's important, but the president of Nova was on the list
of Japan's highest individual taxpayers for 1996 at Number 5.
He paid about a gadzillion yen.
All this while claiming that Nova provides lessons as cheaply as
they can. Sorry, but it doesn't look that way from where I sit.
(I wonder how his English is, by the way.....does HE study at Nova?)
MORE TO COME LATER? PERHAP

369 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:08
The basic requirement to be an English teacher in Japan is to be
eligible for a visa which allows you to work in Japan, and to be
an English speaker.
A few countries have "working holiday" arrangements with Japan
which allow
their young people to come to Japan for a few months and to work
part-time. America has no such arrangement.
The primary requirement for people not on working holiday visas
is to be a graduate of a four-year university.
Major is irrelevant.(back)

The children actually pay the same price for a lesson ticket as
adults do. The problem is that ALL children's lessons are taught
"Man to Man". Consequently they are charged either 3 or 4 lesson
tickets for one class (depending on the school).
What do Nova do in these classes that makes them worth so much?
Worth so much more than other schools?
NOTHING! They play games and draw pictures, just the same as
in any other school. The difference? The price! About $50 or
so for a 40 minute "lesson".
Unfortunately, the parents don't inquire too deeply about what
goes on, nor do they do any comparison shopping. (back)

370 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:13
Once they get the students' money, they don't
really give a damn whether they ever learn to speak English
well or not.
They follow P.T. Barnum's maxim about their being a sucker
born every minute.
Hardly any of the staff can speak English well and almost
NONE of them study at Nova.
Then in their sales talk they tell people how wonderful
Nova is and how much they can improve their English at Nova.
How in hell would they know?
Would you eat lunch at a restaurant where the people who
worked there always brought their lunch? I think not.
What is good about Nova?
The commercials are EXCELLENT!!
They attract people like you wouldn't believe.
In my school, we have people who drive in from two or three
towns away. Why? Because they were hooked by the commercials.
They have English schools right in their own towns, yet they
drive an hour to study at Nova.
All this when Nova is no better or worse than any of
the other schools out there.

371 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:19
The school operates on a "lesson ticket" system.
In this system the school tries to get the student to
pre-purchase as many lesson tickets as they can sucker
them into.
They show the prospective students a chart of
Nova "levels" and then tell them on average about how many lessons
it it will take to reach that level.
Of course, they pull the numbers straight out of their butts.
They next have the prospective pigeon take a "level check test".
Almost all students will fall into one of the lower three levels.
They show the pigeon the chart again and ask "How far would you
like to go? How good would you like to be?" In that situation,
everyone feels pressure
to say they would like to obtain one of the loftier levels and is
subsequently pressured to buy lots and lots of tickets.
The more you buy at once, the cheaper each one is.

372 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:21
Some people pay up to about $6,000. All that before they have had
a single lesson. Any place that wants you to pay that much up front
must be worried that they are so crappy that they couldn't keep you
satisfied enough to want to come back month after month, were they
to let you pay that way.
Not that it's important, but the president of Nova was on the list
of Japan's highest individual taxpayers for 1996 at Number 5.
He paid about a gadzillion yen.
All this while claiming that Nova provides lessons as cheaply as
they can. Sorry, but it doesn't look that way from where I sit.
(I wonder how his English is, by the way.....does HE study at Nova?)
MORE TO COME LATER? PERHAP

373 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:25
The basic requirement to be an English teacher in Japan is to be
eligible for a visa which allows you to work in Japan, and to be
an English speaker.
A few countries have "working holiday" arrangements with Japan
which allow
their young people to come to Japan for a few months and to work
part-time. America has no such arrangement.
The primary requirement for people not on working holiday visas
is to be a graduate of a four-year university.
Major is irrelevant.(back)

The children actually pay the same price for a lesson ticket as
adults do. The problem is that ALL children's lessons are taught
"Man to Man". Consequently they are charged either 3 or 4 lesson
tickets for one class (depending on the school).
What do Nova do in these classes that makes them worth so much?
Worth so much more than other schools?
NOTHING! They play games and draw pictures, just the same as
in any other school. The difference? The price! About $50 or
so for a 40 minute "lesson".
Unfortunately, the parents don't inquire too deeply about what
goes on, nor do they do any comparison shopping. (back)

374 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:28
All the schools now have "opinion boxes" at the front desk
so that students can confidentially submit their opinions
and complaints about the school.
According to what is written on the box, the box is emptied
once a month and the contents sent directly to some bigwigs
at the head office.
Supposedly the staff never sees them. That the staff never
sees them is true anyway.
How is that? Because the boxes are never emptied!!!
I know for a fact that as I write this (June 15, 1997)
there is a message in the Kiryu Nova box which was put
there in February.
I have mentioned this numerous times and been brushed off
each time.

375 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 01:42
I'm hungly.

376 :Ya:2001/08/07(火) 02:54
stop copy'n paste this stupid crap you phucing moron!!! who gaves a damn
bout phucking nova anyway? whoever wrote this crap must be a loser! don't
come to this contry if you wana blame bout stupid shit like this!

377 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 03:30
Don't stop! It's very interesting to me. I wouldn't mind
reading more.

378 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 03:52
Stop! In the name of love
Before you break my heart

Baby, baby
I'm aware of where you go
Each time you leave my door
I watch you walk down the street
Knowing your other love you'll meet
But this time before you run to her
Leaving me alone and hurt
(Think it over) After I've been good to you ?
(Think it over) After I've been sweet to you ?

Stop! In the name of love
Before you break my heart
Stop! In the name of love
Before you break my heart
Think it over
Think it over

I've known of your
Your secluded nights
I've even seen her
Maybe once or twice
But is her sweet expression
Worth more than my love and affection ?
But this time before you leave my arms
And rush of to her charms
(Think it over) Haven't I been good to you ?
(Think it over) Haven't I been sweet to you ?

Stop! In the name of love
Before you break my heart
Stop! In the name of love
Before you break my heart
Think it over
Think it over

I've tried so hard, hard to be patient
Hoping you'd stop this infatuation
But each time you are together
I'm so afraid I'll be losing you forever

Stop! In the name of love
Before you break my heart
Stop! In the name of love
Before you break my heart
Stop! In the name of love
Before you break my heart

Baby, think it over
Think it over, baby
Ooh, think it over baby...

379 :Ya:2001/08/07(火) 04:31
shut da phuck up gosh damng morons!!!! Nobody except dumb phucks wants to read dumb ass Nova or whatever it is! So suck it biyatch!

380 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 09:54
HOWDAY fanatics,
Stop crusading!

381 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 13:53
Well, I thought this thread could be rather worth reading this time
but all you are trying to do here is nothing.
I just started wonderng if you really have something youd like
to say even in japanese?
Stop findng fault with others.
Why are you sticking so much to the mistakes in grammar,
spellings or style especially about which other people wrote?
Dont you have any interest in what they said?
Otherwise are you just studying for reading novels or something?

I think people have tendency to become like entirely different person
when they are speaking foreign language.
Have you ever thought about this?
I'm really curious to know why this happens.
For example,
according to a book I read lately, some japanese students who spent
their early teen in english countries and are able to speak english
as their second language or in some cases much more fluently than
their japanese, they answered they become more aggressive as they
speak english. The other way around, could they be less aggressive
as they speak japanese? Do you think the choice of language could
influence on their mentality? not superficially but more deeply.

Could anyone answer my question here?
thanks in advance.

382 :mission@English:2001/08/07(火) 14:42
I would say most of English learner in Japan could speake with any kinds of caracters in their mother tongue,
Japanese of course, but when we speak in English, it depends on what was their motivations, and what kind of
text had they used to it.
For my part, I started learning English with Sesame Street and a kind of religious textbooks, so I'm not good at speaking
English for criticize others. When I talk in English, some how I feel I have to behave good person.

383 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/07(火) 19:02
http://www.changoland.com

384 :241:2001/08/07(火) 20:18
>>381
I think it is intresting issue that you presented. I may say what I want to
say directly when I speak or write in English. I'm not so good at English,
but I also be.

There might be many reasons of that, but I want to raise one reasen as
follws first. We learn English as a second language. That means we learn
English as a tool of international communication. Therefore our purpose is
to communicate what we want say. Our conversation in English is not just
a chattering. So we speak or write directly to achive the purpose. And
sometime we become to be agressive.

Second reason I want to mention is that most of people must have desire
to metamorphosis. And it must overflow when one who learn English speaks
or writes English. We Japanese tend to be gentle when we talk with each
other. It might be some stress for us. Then we may let these feeling out
when we speak or write in English.

There are more resons of this phenomenon. May I have your opinion please?
>>all

By the way, what is the link of >>383 for? Did someone click it?

Thanks.

385 :テテテキ:2001/08/07(火) 20:56
My English is directly from TV show, The Simpsons.
So, mine has somewhat tongue-in-cheeks attitude.
I'm always trying to be nice. But the words coming
from my mouth are edgey (not wedgey). I hope someone
wouldn't take it seriously.

386 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 00:31
HI HOW ARE YOU?

387 :beautiful:2001/08/08(水) 01:23
I like beautiful words because I am very beautiful.

388 :beautiful:2001/08/08(水) 01:51
My beauty is almost supernatural.
There is no doubt about it.

389 :beautiful:2001/08/08(水) 02:15
Beauty is truth. Truth beauty.

390 :Ya:2001/08/08(水) 03:43
387-389

yeah, that's all the ugly people always say

391 :nana:2001/08/08(水) 06:42
morning from down under!!!

how are u all?

392 :241:2001/08/08(水) 12:37
Hi! I'm fine, but it's cloudy in Tokyo.

This year we have awfully hot summer in Japan. But it's refreshing today.

By the way, Don't you feel bad when you use the word "down under"? If I
remember rightly, it's discriminate word to Aus that English people use
with meaning "the backside of the earth". Of course I don't get in the way
of you useing this phrase. Australian don't care about it now?

393 : :2001/08/08(水) 13:14
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394 :  :2001/08/08(水) 13:14
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395 : :2001/08/08(水) 17:38
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396 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 17:39
日本の教育についてです是非見てください
http://www.stl-online.net/thc/med/tropical/tcptd011.jpg
http://duffus.ops.uunet.co.za/~nic/gallery/kai.jpg
http://duffus.ops.uunet.co.za/~nic/gallery/bigdick.jpg

397 :115:2001/08/08(水) 17:45
>>396
Could you tell me how you could talk about education of
Japan by ".jpg" file?

398 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 18:07
>>397
I could, but then I'd have to kill you.

399 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 18:38
>>396
The first one is very interesting from a medical point of view.
I tried to look it up in a medical encyclopedia, but I could
not single out the exact name of the disease.
The second one can be a very artistic collage, but you have
chosen a wrong place to show it.However,it's very beautiful
and at the same time grotesque,and very shocking to most
people who will see it.
The third one is not so artistic from my viewpoint because
you can easily find it a fake penis.


400 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 18:55
....Gee.
It's disgusting
It makes me wanna puke!!
I just ate dinner a few minutes ago,you know.
How dare you!!
All people who see this thread,
I am warning you.
Don't open it.

401 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 19:02
>>399
U so kool!

402 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:2001/08/08(水) 19:04
>>396 is not have to do with Japanese education at all.
I wonder what kind of brain would he have.

403 :名無しさん:2001/08/08(水) 19:19
Don't sage

404 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 22:50
I love sage

405 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 23:32
age

406 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/08(水) 23:46
>>402
He absolutley have that kind of brain. Like that pictures.
If you open his head, you must have same view as those.

He may tought us that education of Japan is at stake as it
make crazy guy like him.

407 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 00:33
age

408 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:2001/08/09(木) 00:34
Ah・・・I see. Those who gonnabe teacher, might be better to think this over.

409 :Anonymous@2chBBS:2001/08/09(木) 00:43
>>402,408
You are so uniqe. You talk so serious with funny H/N. You make
me so nice.

By the way, I like this name I use this message. Can we make
this be name of anonymous people on this board?

410 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 01:08
I'm >>409
"Anonymous@2chBBS" have used other board already... I feel
sorry.

411 :409:2001/08/09(木) 01:22
>"Anonymous@2chBBS" have used other board already...
=
"Anonymous@2chBBS" has been used on other board already...

I feel more sorry to made mistakes.

412 :ya:2001/08/09(木) 01:33
Fuck NOVA, Fuck whoever putting up this stupid crap on this board. so go fuck yourself and die you fuking moron!!!!!!!!!!!!!

413 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 02:12
please calm down.

414 :名無しさん:2001/08/09(木) 07:14
age

415 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 09:22
you guys are kewl man

416 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 12:21
R U there ?
Can U see this?
Hey! R U ediot?
Do U understood?
mother f#@ker!

417 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 12:24
R U there ? R U there ?
Can U see this? R U there ?
Can U see this?
Hey! R U ediot?
Do U understood?
mother f#@ker!
Hey! R U ediot?
Do U understood?
mother f#@ker!
Can U see this?
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Do U understood? R U there ?
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Can U see this?
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Hey! R U ediot?
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mother f#@ker!
Hey! R U ediot?
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mother f#@ker!
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418 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 12:49
>>416,417
What the matter with you? Are you O.K.?

Some people might think they'll be received as they're good
at English with they use slang words, but it's wrong. If you
write something worth to read in Eglish, you must be received.

419 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 13:07
>>418 Hey! What's this?→‘Eglish’
U don't care?U don't care?U don't care?
U don't care?U don't care?U don't care?
U don't care?U don't care?U don't care?
U don't care?U don't care?U don't care?
Huh!?

420 :418:2001/08/09(木) 13:29
>>419
You are very pitiful man.

421 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 14:30
B careful→‘Eglish’

422 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 14:40
i love little girlies :))
what do you think of little girl lovers?

423 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 14:45
Yeah ! I love it .

424 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:2001/08/09(木) 15:03
Has anyone called me?

425 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 16:49
Nonsense.

426 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 17:21
fuck u
fuck u
hey kill
i'll kill kanarazu korosu
i'll kill kanarazu.

427 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 17:36
That was YOUR mistake .
Shame on you!
Get out of here!
Idiot.

428 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 17:53
>>427
Whom do you talk to?

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432 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 19:16
Why has this thread got rough suddenly?

433 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 20:04
age

434 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 20:10
>>432

Well...You know how 2ch is.
I've given up.

435 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 22:09
>>428>>418

436 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/09(木) 22:42
>>435=428
You mean that >>418 have to get out of here by reason that he worte
"Eglish" insted of English? And you think it's shame? Are you sure?

437 :436:2001/08/09(木) 22:44
I'm sorry I made a mistake.

>>435=428 → >>435=427.

438 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 14:32
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439 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 16:28
This thread is losing its meaning.........

440 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 18:01
well, whats the meaning of this board

441 :heheh:2001/08/10(金) 18:02
Hi. My name is Mr.Burns.
I believe that you have a letter for me.

Ok Mr.Burns. What's your first name?

I.....don't know... -_-;;

442 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 18:03
fire in the hole!

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445 :   :2001/08/10(金) 19:14
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447 :       :2001/08/10(金) 19:15
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448 :     :2001/08/10(金) 19:18
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US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.

449 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 20:19
It seems that there are people in this thread who hold a grudge
against the US government.
Why don't you stop repeating the same phrases and share your thoughts with us.
.

450 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 21:11
All your base are belong to us!!

451 :nana:2001/08/10(金) 21:29
hope we are all happy on the biginning of the w/e. today i have lernt a new word OHHA- with making circle with your index and thumb.
i was surprised that the banch of japanese girls laught at that. if was a kind of fun to make on friday afternoon.

hi!! >381 some japanese students who spent
their early teen in english countries and are able to speak english
as their second language or in some cases much more fluently than
their japanese, they answered they become more aggressive as they
speak english. The other way around, could they be less aggressive
as they speak japanese? Do you think the choice of language could
influence on their mentality? not superficially but more deeply<

i would like to give my say about this issue.
one of my friends has 2 kids their mother is japanese and the father is oz. they both speak eng & japanese fluently for their age.
one night they invited us for pizza diner & we had a fun there. their two kids, one is 6 and the other is 4, they use their english to us, then they use japanese for their mother very naturally.
then i picked that point as you 381 have mentioned above.
but their japanese mother said that they are same in their both languages, it is just for the imagination inside you and it depends on w your mother's tough thinks about the one another.
but personally i like the sound of japanse rather than chinese or Korean.these sound too busy and like having a fighting or something. sorry i do not mean anything that bad...just in general.

and one more to say before i go to party tonight, for your say 241,
i do not care about down under stuff at all. i mean we love it more than love. australian tourism industry uses the word of down under everywhere.
but thanks for your say anyway. i like that part of your say.

thanks all for sharing the time with this, and i am off now.
TA.

452 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 21:36
I found the reason why we can't have conversations
with each other..........Why don't we try to listen
to others' opinions ?

453 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 22:47
http://www5.ocn.ne.jp/~uiro/uiro.htm

454 :テテテキ:2001/08/10(金) 22:59
shit happens!

455 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/10(金) 23:50
>>450
I cannot understand why they laugh at the phrase
a lot

456 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/11(土) 00:39
>>455
Who loughs?

457 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/11(土) 00:42
http://www.altavista.com/cgi-bin/query?USER=kaz&pg=q&enc=sjis&Translate=on&kl=XX&what=web&fmt=&kl=xx&q=%22All+your+base+are+belong+to+us%22

458 :   :2001/08/11(土) 01:26
US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.
US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.
US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.
US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.
US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.
US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.
US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.
US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
A US soldier raped a School children.

459 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/12(日) 22:45
>>451
"lernt"? You speak German ? How old are you ? Six, seven ?
You speak English as a second language ?

460 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/12(日) 22:59
>>458
The US dropped atomic bombs to Japan.
An US soldier raped a School child.

461 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/12(日) 23:08
>>460
"A" US soldier raped a school child.
You are wrong.

462 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/12(日) 23:20
>>459
Don't you know "learnt" as the past tence of "learn" is very
popular in "English" and "English spoken in Australia".

Don't correct others by youe odd knowledge of English.

463 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/12(日) 23:27
>>462
I see. But anyway, I wonder why nana, and you make
such easy spelling mistakes ? I have learnt how
necessary it is not to misspell from both of you(grin

464 :462:2001/08/12(日) 23:32
>>463
We don't misspell, we just mistypewrited. I don't care of it.
Nana might not care too.

465 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 01:07
>>463
"I see"? Is there anything more to say to nana?

You abused nana, and that's your mistake. You must apologize
to her.

466 :fucker:2001/08/13(月) 01:09
hey, guys, what's going on over here?
Let me join, too.

467 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 01:15
Ok.
Which is correct?

1. Gospelers
2. Gospellers

468 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 01:18
I met a young American lady who spoke a very decent and classy Japanese. According to her, her Japanese teacher was very strict, never allowed her to use Japanse slangs or dirty words.
When she spoke Japanese, I wanted to believe she came from some upperclass family in Japan. But, that was her education.

When she spoke English, I immediately knew she is not an extrordinary American, but born and raised in California.

She was never aggressive in Japanese nor in English, but she sounded more laid-back and slower (and maybe more passive) in Japanese.

In short, language education may fool you.

Another point. If your observation is true, Japanese students in English countries tend to be more assertive rather than aggressive.
Assertiveness is a foreign concept to many Japanese, and no education is provided to be more assertive in Japan
When they are in English-speaking societies, they learn how to be more assertive. But never confuse assertiveness with aggressiveness.

469 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 01:33
So what's the difference between "assertiveness"
and "aggressiveness"?

470 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 01:56
ここの人は、誰かが言ったことのあら捜しばかりしているな。
まず自分の意見を提示しないとね。
英語が不得意なわけでなくて、言いたい事がないようだな。

471 :455:2001/08/13(月) 02:22
>>456
this is the answer↓
http://24hour.system.to/jitb/ayb.htm

i do not know why but actually they LAUGH!!

472 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 02:24
ごめん。うんこしてくるよ。急いでいるから。

473 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 02:27
>>472
WELL DUNG!!

474 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 02:30
はうでいのたけ○ち君は人権侵害だよね!

475 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 08:57
>>470 Why don't you use English eh? or don't know how? You ain't got nothing to say either so shut your ass hole biyatch!

476 :470:2001/08/13(月) 08:59
>>475
おまえのことだ(藁

477 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 10:21
>>475
Be assertive, don't be aggressive.

478 : :2001/08/13(月) 12:22
I took off my shoes. Then it smelled bad.
It must be caused by a fact that some chemical matters
from my foot came into my nose.

479 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 12:36
No. It's some kind of bacteria that makes your foot smell bad.

480 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 13:35
>>479
You should write ". It's some kind of bacteria that
make(or made) your foot smells bad. "

481 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 13:46
>>476 this pathetic LOSER can't even use English. gosh damng what a loser you are!! go phuck yourself and shut da phuck up Biyatch!!!

>>475 Shut up bitch you ain't telling me what to do! who da phuck cares if I talk shit to anyone?

482 :477:2001/08/13(月) 14:28
>>475=481
Hey boy! Don't lose your head, right? >>476 shouled write in English,
but he said right. You are the pitiful man on this thread.

You might miswrite >>475 for >>477? Keep your coolness of your mind.
and come agian. Goodluck.

483 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 15:24
I am considering the bad smell itself.
I actually don't know whether the smell was produced by
some bacterias or not. Perhaps, you(>>479) are correct.
Anyway, I just felt the some chemical matters which
arrived at an organ in my nose

484 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 17:04
Hi,

seems like a lots people confront english here.
well,
I know some people tend to stick to memorization
of words or phrases when they study second language.
but even if english conversation school says
"if you speak english you can talk with billion people",
for real, there are many opportunities to use english
for conversation with people who speak english
as a second language.
So, Ive started wondering if its effective to dig in english
deeply that much.
I mean, effective conversation skill doesnt get better
in proportion to the number of vocablaries and phrases.
humm..
any suggestions?



485 :241:2001/08/13(月) 20:43
>>484
There is no wonder if you think it's meanless to memoraize thousands of
words and phrases. You might think you can communicate with people who
speak English, especialy speak English as their second language. To
conclude, that's right. You can have conversation with people around the
world with hundreds of words and phreses.

But they can't work enough if you want to tell what you want to say
accurately or express what you feel in your mind when you meet somthing
impressed you much.

And native English speakers who are high educated often use difficult word
and phrase to express difficult concept in short. You have to know what
these words and phrase mean if you want to understand what they say
without obstracting their speach. And this is what needed in the spot of
international bussiness field.

That's why some of us study English hard especialy memorizing thousands
of words and phrases.

486 :nana:2001/08/13(月) 22:13
hello from syd,
since my last say,,,,,,,,,uh....what is going on here!!!!
i will be back when i finish read through all your say.

i would like say that syd had 30th 14km fun run called the city to surf which more than 50,000
people joind to rise the money for children's cancer foundation.
the professionals to amature and the babies on their parent's trams to the elders.
that was fuuuuuuuuuuuuun to look from the beautiful bondi beach.
i had my run in 99'.
okidoki now.

487 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 22:20
http://www.yado.co.jp/kankou/nagasaki/iki/saij/saij.htm

488 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 22:21
>>486
the babies on their parent's trams

Could you tell me what is "parent's trams"?
"Tram" means "baby-carriage," right?
Does this look like a tram? A special stuff for carrying a baby during the run?

489 :nana:2001/08/13(月) 23:11
u do not need run through it all. run for fun,the parent runs with pushing
the tram with a baby's in it.
do u get it???
sorry with my poor expression....i am half speel now.
but i can think of any.....cause i need to go to bed now.
oyasumi japan!
and one more to add, thanks for being nice to me. i apreciate that and respect that.
arigato.

490 :Taiyo:2001/08/13(月) 23:37


Hello Japan! I am very sukebe westerner who likes hot japanese chicks.
Unfortunately, most japanese girls who come to austrlia, have got a face
like a smashed crab. This no good! We need good looking Japanese
girls to represent Japanese sukebe in australia! My Japanese
friend also misses hot japanese girls in Australia. So, you should
come to Australia for sukebe action. So desu yo!

Omaeto fuck shitaize! Boku wa taiyo daze! I love you Tatsuya!

491 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 23:37
Ah oh. You mean it's a carriage looks like a tram.
Thanks.

492 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/13(月) 23:52
>>488=491
The word "tram" means any of various vehicles basically. Then,
it also means a streeatcar chiefly British.

Englsih speakers call any of boxlike vehcles "trim".

493 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/14(火) 00:09
age

494 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/14(火) 00:24
guys be concise. 長いんじゃヴォケ!

495 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/14(火) 00:45
To those who may concern:
I am an attending doctor of Taiyo. He lost his psychiatric balance recently and we are taking care of him at our
outpatient clinic. We allowed him to access the net as a means of rehabilitation. But look what he did!
Although our clinic will deny any responsibility to whatever he did, we regret that he created this kind of mess.
We will take strict care of him from now on. Just ignore him. Wait till tranquilizer works on him.

496 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/14(火) 01:04
>>482 Phuck you turd! if you MFer feel offensive about my words then so be it!
this is a free Mudaphucking country bitch!
i ain't losing mah head you phucking moron!
I'm just having fun looking at you losers responses!

497 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/14(火) 01:05
lol can't ya tell? I hope now you feel really dumb just like who you really are!

498 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/14(火) 02:05
Yes, I do.

499 :Taiyo:2001/08/14(火) 09:45


I have no doctor, that guy is just the drunken ETA bum that keeps on hassing me in the street.
However,he is a funny bastad, so I cannot comlain too much. If you are going to say something
bad about me, at least make it funny.

500 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/14(火) 10:27
>>499
Dont worry about us. Your messages have made us feel funny.

501 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/14(火) 16:07
age

502 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/15(水) 11:10
>>499 taiyo,
I have heard japanese girls are considered cute among westerners
because of thier pitch of voice is high.
Is that true? and sometimes thier voice could be annoying
for some people because they misunderstood japanese girls might be
pretending like they are little cuties.
It sounds a bit silly but i heard those from my prof.
by the way, do you know Lucy Lue ,an american actress?
she is amazing.

503 :le timpo:2001/08/15(水) 15:40
Your "wasei-eigo" is excellent, you fucking morons! Ha,ha,ha!!!

504 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/15(水) 15:40
>>502
I think the voice of japanese and chinese girls(maybe all the asian girls) are freaking so annoying. I think ppl's opinion is involving with these stuff.

505 :502:2001/08/15(水) 18:06
>>503
mine?
thanks. I took it as a first class compliment.

506 :Taiyo:2001/08/15(水) 23:01

I don't think Japanese girls voices are so high, they are just hot. Best looking asian chicks.

507 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/15(水) 23:47

Are all people in this thread Japanese...?

508 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/16(木) 01:48
I don't think Keith is in ENGLISH board.
Anyway go see it.
http://kaba.2ch.net/test/read.cgi?bbs=news&key=997880640

509 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/16(木) 01:51
Taiyo is not welcom here.

510 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/16(木) 03:58
>>508

. . . Who is Keith ?

And I can't see that link.

511 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/16(木) 10:20
Sorry,
http://kaba.2ch.net/test/read.cgi?bbs=news2&key=997878300

512 :Taiyo:2001/08/16(木) 11:22

Not welcome? I shine everywhere. Only those who wis to hide don't love me.

513 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/16(木) 17:19
hello,
I could use some advice here.

well, I run into one chinese guy on chat.
and he was really pissed off about japanese censorship
about history text book. I was trying to explain its just one of
thousands text book so it doesn't mean we distort the historical
facts. But he was still mad at attitide of japanese people
to this problem because we didn't take any action.
I think it is about which side you look on history.
I just can't figure out why they are making big deal out of this.

We could have any different kind of opinion supposing researches on
history around just after ww2 is not completed, couldn't we?

514 :Hi:2001/08/16(木) 17:44
Sushi
Samurai
Harakiri
Kamikaze

515 :名無しさん@1周年 :2001/08/16(木) 17:57
>>513
A delicate issue, by all means. One reason for his frustration
might be his lack of understanding of the current Japanese mentality,
i.e. indifference towards WWII-related facts (atrocities, victims,
you name it). In other words, why would we be compelled to take action
if it hardly (feels like it) concerns us? Not a commendable attitude,
I know, yet real IMHO.


516 :ずりりんこ:2001/08/16(木) 19:38
>>515
Is it just his lack of understanding ?
Then what's the difference between him and some Japanese who still complain about atomic-nuclear bombs by US ?
U might say that's a different issue. I guess all same shit though...

so...u say those Japanese lack of understanding the current US mentality ?
Ridiculous !!

517 :nana:2001/08/16(木) 23:30
good evening from syd,
i would like your says about yasukuni issue & the missing japanise
girl in wa.

personaly i am very relaxed today, as i am getting holiday soon.
i am sorry to be too happy.
hope to getting your says soon.

518 : .:2001/08/16(木) 23:37
Let's play hooky today!!

519 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/17(金) 01:39
>>517
Im really concerned about that missing girl.
but its on one condition.
If she be DQN who never try to understand cultural differences,
I never feel for her. It could happen to any body who believes
I'M AN EXCEPTION. Since you are in AUS I believe you know what I mean.
bye,

520 :515:2001/08/18(土) 15:52
>>516

>Is it just his lack of understanding ?

No, I clearly stated that "One reason for his frustration might be
his lack of understanding...", hence no, unless you misunderstood
what I wrote.

>Then what's the difference between him and some Japanese who still
complain about atomic-nuclear bombs by US ?

You tell me. Did I ever claim there was a LACK of difference?

>U might say that's a different issue.

Nope. I wouldn't say these two examples deal with different issues.
Misunderstandings due to difference in cultural background is
common worldwide. Thus the example in the original topic, and the
one you provided, are merely two aspects of a larger issue.

>so...u say those Japanese lack of understanding the current US
mentality ? Ridiculous !!

You may find the notion ridiculous, but you have yet to provide a
thesis of your own. I'm curious as to your version of the story.

521 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/18(土) 16:12
I can't understand what you're talking about...

522 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/20(月) 16:55
age

523 :nana:2001/08/21(火) 00:09
how are u doing guys?
the pretty japanese girl,the media revealed that she has been hiding from
somothing? i missed the news.....
hope u all have good w/e?
i went to a party on fri night. it was fuuuuuuun.
we took some soft drugs at the end of the party,so could i have your says
about the drugs in japan?
okidoki.

524 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/21(火) 01:10
In Japan, soft drugs are called "legal drugs." Recently, the government officials found
some actually contain illegal chemicals. Best to avoid them.

525 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/21(火) 13:52

age

526 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/22(水) 10:19
age

527 :TOM:2001/08/22(水) 10:22
What time is it now?

528 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/22(水) 10:40
this tread being dead...

529 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/22(水) 12:33
>>528
No way!!

530 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/22(水) 23:49
>>529
 I love the way you sage-ed the thread,
while claiming it being alive.
Which is why I'm following suit.

531 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/23(木) 01:01
The age of a sage does not spell wisdom.

532 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/23(木) 02:31
I can't sleep tonight. Typhoon has gone but it left humid air. It makes me
away from land of dream...

Please someone take me over there.

533 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/23(木) 02:37
I can't sleep tonight. The Chu-Boh has gone but he left a kuso-thread.
It takes me away from the land of dreams...

Please someone take me over there.

534 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/23(木) 12:40
>>533
Would you show me how you translate "Chu-Boh" in English, please? You
must have command of English enough to do it, if you said that.

535 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/23(木) 20:32
how about "a geek on 8th grade"?

536 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/24(金) 01:09
>>535
 on じゃなくて in じゃないかな。7th か 9thでもいいな、このパターンだと。
>>534
 535とかぶるけど、 junior-high geekとか、low-teen dork とかかな。

537 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/24(金) 13:19

age

538 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/24(金) 23:52
>>536
I feel "junior-high geek" is good and funny.

But It's better you wrote that in English all.

539 :nana:2001/08/25(土) 00:09
sa va helhel!
i feel a bit of arabia tonight.
i love friday.
i had a beautiful vietnam dishes.
i go to fancy party tomorrow.
have a great w/e all!!!

540 :名無しさん@1周年:2001/08/25(土) 01:30
>>539
Go f*** yourself!

541 :536:2001/08/25(土) 05:11
>>535
I'd use "in" instead of "on". "in 7th grade" and "in 9th grade"
would mean more or less the same.
>>534
Borrowing a little from 535's post...I'd call them
"junior-high geek"s or "low-teen dork"s.

542 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/26 17:47
age

543 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/26 17:59
厨房ですが、stukidってどうでしょうか?

参考文献
http://mentai.2ch.net/test/read.cgi?bbs=english&key=992682185

544 : :01/08/26 22:19 ID:WkGgWWTY
I am a huge fan of Japanese anime.Tenku no shiro Rapyuta is the film that challenged AKIRA in my top five and may well have won.
Along with Nausica of the valley of the wind, Castle in the Sky is pure genius,eclipsing any and all Disney features ever created.
Beautiful,suspenseful,full of heart and imagination,this film shows what art and entertainment is all about.Miyazaki should be canonized

545 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/26 22:33 ID:LNpLr002
Do you really think Miyazaki's flicks better than Shrek?

I heard Shrek is beautiful, suspenseful, full of laughters and imagination. In short, better than Miyazaki's.

546 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/26 23:45 ID:QBMKv0lg
Perspective.
I agree more or less with >>544, though I haven't had the chance
to see Schrek yet.

547 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/28 21:32 ID:4e.ul4Tg

age

548 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/29 23:42 ID:f1KT3Qno

Because of this long time failing of japanese english education,
I would like to hear opinion about a real basis of language education.
"can language really be taught?"
I'm beginning to wonder if someone can teach language to someone else.
I'm not denying the fact you can acquire it by nature
or learn it even from scratch.
Supposing that language is something you can get only
by making great efforts outside school,
what is the purpose to force all kids to confront one language
without any profit for 6 years as one subject of syllabus?

549 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/30 02:02 ID:M9p1yBAc
>>548
I'm not sure about the merits of teaching English in school...but,
were I ever faced with the task of 'forced' bilinguial upbringing,
I'd attempt to get my child addicted to some hobby or another which
requires extensive use of English - yet not as a grammatical school
of linguistics, rather as a living method of communication.
A couple of examples off the top of my head;

1. Attempt to create interest in overseas traveling, encourage solo
travel, promote body-language skills

2. Attempt to get the child hooked on an English-version MMRPG
(preferably with a reasonable amount of text, of moderate difficulty)
where he/she will be interacting with non-Japanese players

I know the examples above sound like rubbish...but the point is,
not learning the language as an academic virtue, but using it while
enjoying oneself with hobbies and the like, i.e. as a tool of sorts.

550 :548:01/08/30 15:32 ID:9la7ms/s
>>549
Thanks for reply.

well, im a universtity student
now and fortunately in the circumstances
being able to study English for my graduation credits.
But all I got those classes were these two conflicting ideas.
One, English is a tool for communication then if you dont use it
there is no need to study.
Two, English is an academic area if you have nothing to say
even in Japanese don't dare to study.
First logic is often heard from foreign instructers and second one
is from Japanese profs. so they naturally use completely
different kinds text books in classes.
the one for kids in the jr high
and the one for univ students in the US.
I don't understand what we all are doing in those two separated
ability requring classes.
I think English education in Japan is really fragmentary.
and then I came to the conclusion that there is no need to make
all Japanese study one language in the first place if they are not
ready to teach appropriately.

551 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/30 17:29 ID:0P.dwe9A
Once upon a time, it was COOL for 2channelers to write down in
3 lines on the thread making sharp response to formers.
Some people said "Go to yahoo" to a write who wrote in many lines.

552 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/30 22:30 ID:EBzeyAaU
>>551
Time has passed by.

553 :nana:01/08/31 01:09 ID:AKhGF9BE
goooooooood day mates!!!
i would like to know if anyone can kindly tell me about something
funny, like a trend in jpn, kinkiy one or the drug issue in jpn.

i would like to make a resu about <a real basis of language education>
there is a text book calls <every day australian>
i liked 549's say, and i agree with it.
if u are interested in something, start doing something with english will be
more easier, i guess. speaking up and do not be afraid of your english
or do not be ashamed if u made a mistake. u should know that u learn from mistakes.
well i have to go now.
okidoki!

554 :kage:01/08/31 09:13 ID:NQN4/Bc2
>>553
What is 'okidoki'?

555 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/31 16:56 ID:N7idGsHE
>>550
Studying English is like traveling by train along a winding track. You
may sometimes find a switch back on the track. It looks boring, but
it is necessary.

You wrote:
>so they naturally use completely different kinds text books in classes.
>the one for kids in the jr high and the one for univ students in the US.
I think you expected to go through with the two tracks at the same
time. It is not unusual at school( e.g. When in university, I learned
chemistry English and inorganic chemistry using an English textbook
simultaneously.)

556 :nana:01/08/31 23:34 ID:5BGf3wEc
hello from down under!
okidoki, i would say,,, sayonara or see u later.
well....this place seems to be very quiet than usual?
could somebody can tell me if something happen.
do anyone wanna say about good well game?
i am very excited these day!!

557 :名無しさん@1周年:01/08/31 23:59 ID:QzEQmPZE
http://2ch.coco.co.jp/bbs2/english/index2.html

2chクローンの英語板です、2ch閉鎖の際にはこちらに移行しましょう。

This is crone of this board. Let's go after this board down. And befor
it happen (it may happen soon)you should make it in bookmark of your PC.

558 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/01 00:03 ID:Fh443ziI
>>557
crone-->clone
this board down-->this board is down
befor-->before
it happen-->it happens
make it-->have it
in bookmark of your PC-->in your bookmark

559 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/01 00:05 ID:Fh443ziI
>>557
Gosh! You gave us an invalid link.

>Not Found
>The requested URL /bbs2/english/index2.html was not found on this server.

560 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/01 00:07 ID:g5SWWLZs
>>559
I think it being down right now.

561 :557:01/09/01 00:11 ID:pqy/moJo
>>558
Very thank you for correct me, but I was in a hurry.

>>559
No, I didn't. It must down right now by temporaly error.

562 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/01 11:59 ID:FJ6WJ59c
>>560
you were wrong.

563 :名無しさん@1周年 :01/09/01 22:44 ID:Cwxq9bKE
>>557
For a "clone", it sure doesn't have strength in numbers...no offence intended.

564 :名無しさん@お腹いっぱい。:01/09/01 22:54 ID:Nzu7yGoQ
I saw the movie "TITANIC" on TV again.
(I've ever seen it before at Movie Theater.)
But that was fall flat!
It was dubbed into Japanese, bacause original "TITANIC" is American film.
But actors charged in voice part lacked their skill as voice artists, they spoiled it completely.
I didn't get it at all.

Director James Cameron designated the point would change into the TV commercial by himself.
Because, he didn't want the outsider had the films arranged without his will.
If he had known that fact, he would have exploded.

565 :No shit:01/09/02 00:18 ID:yLB/cKsY
yeah, they sucked. they completely ruined the movie.

566 :nana:01/09/02 00:39 ID:a36mD62A
i can not agree more!
the original one in 70's is match better than that.
i like shogun which i saw yesterday at abc tv and samurai.
musashi, which was played mikuni was great and cooooool.
hope u all have great w/e.

567 :not clone but original:01/09/04 10:50 ID:Bb35QQG2
I am considering whether I should buy a DVD soft '6D' or not, in
which the leading star is Schwa-chan. It must be certain that
the sound would be very nice because it is recorded in DTS system.
But I dont think the story is quite good, though i dont know exactly.
In my understanding, the clone become or behave the original one.
I dont think it would happen unless the clone would be born in our
real future. Could anybody suggest me that the movie is worth while
to seeing even I would pay for getting it?

568 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/04 11:32 ID:6rj19A4A
起來! 不願做奴隷的人們
把我們的血肉築成我們新的長城
中華民族到了最危險的時候
毎個人被迫着発出最後的吼聲
起來! 起來! 起來!
我們萬衆一心冒着敵人的砲火
前進! 冒着敵人的砲火
前進! 前進! 前進! 進!

569 :CCSF:01/09/04 11:58 ID:7nOEhFQs
wo jao ccsf.

570 :CCSF:01/09/04 12:04 ID:7nOEhFQs
>568、>569
hey, don't do arasi

571 :Beginner:01/09/04 12:15 ID:uHVIpq2U
Hi guys!

When I come to this thread, I always feel disappointed with my ability of English,
since I cannot scan all the articles quickly; it takes much longer time to scan in English
than in Japanese.

Does anybody have same impression?

572 :CCSF:01/09/04 12:22 ID:7nOEhFQs
>571
yah, but it's quite natural. just carry on

573 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/04 12:48 ID:ENmPzJuE
Could you all carry on thisk thread with sage?
You see DQN like >>568 who doesnt understand the intention
of this thread come by if you leave this on the main board.
Just put the word "sage" into the blank for email.
thank you.

574 :CCSF:01/09/04 12:49 ID:7nOEhFQs
nobody here? i'm bored..

575 :CCSF:01/09/04 13:03 ID:7nOEhFQs
>573
oh yah? but i think it's ok cuz it's fun.
calm down, man..

576 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/04 13:06 ID:6rj19A4A
568的DQN再来了。DQN的意思不明白。
DISQUALIFIED NATIONALIST ?

577 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/04 14:13 ID:6rj19A4A
Prove me wrong, suckers !

578 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/04 22:20 ID:lC559ktc
(・∀・)Go away!! >>1-577

579 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/04 23:06 ID:m7dwXaCo
>>577
Sure, if only you could clarify your definition of "me".

580 : :01/09/05 02:14 ID:d8uQCkUE
>>567
I saw the movie "6d"(it's rental video).
Bottom line is that I shouldn't see.
On the way to seeing it, I was getting sleepy.

581 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/05 14:11 ID:CIRNiTWc
www.sexchat.com

582 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/09 19:54
age

583 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/09 20:22
Hi,the new commer here!
Yeah,I agree with the guy above who mentioned about the double in american movies
shown in Japanese TV,they always ruin the atomosphere the original one has held.
So,anybody has ideas how it is possible to translate Eddy Murphy movies to japanes without
loosing the jokes and moods and everything?

584 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/09 20:44
      ,一-、
     / ̄ l |   / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
    ■■-っ < no way
    ´∀`/    \__________
   __/|Y/\.
 Ё|__ | /  |
     | У..  

585 : ◆KVOBaXPA :01/09/09 22:01
No needs to say. That's impotents. じゃねー impossible.

586 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/10 17:25
age

587 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/12 21:49
Watched the
Tower
Crumble

588 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/13 22:53
America under attack!
When I saw a scene an airplane crushed straight into
the world trade center, somehow I felt excited.
Does anybody share this feeling with me? Am I evil?

589 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/13 23:05
>>588
A natural response, I daresay. I felt the adrenaline rush too...
a normal animal reaction to an extreme occurence (the crash).
I wouldn't judge someone as being evil or otherwise based on that alone.

590 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/13 23:09
>>589
and I can't get away from tv,
honestly maybe am wating for the us to take an action.

591 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/13 23:20
>>590
I know what you mean...I lost much of my usual sleep, last night,
watching the news, waiting for - or needing to confirm the lack of -
developments.

What worries me most is that this would be, no doubt, the first time
in decades that the U.S. takes military action with major global
(or at least Western) support...

592 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/14 00:27
All I thought was the family members whose loved ones didn't
come home yesterday. All I thought was the children who lost
their parents. All I thought was the fear of the passengers on
board of those flights distined to a certain death without
a opportunity to say good by to their family.
The more I read about the personal story of the victim, the more
saddened I become.

593 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/14 01:17
>>529
Where did you get those stories?
CNN?

594 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:01/09/14 02:04
>593 A Miss shooting?
>592 Agree.
I don't think this 's gon'na be real war because of that this was not done
by one country but some kind of a group, and God forbit, this's gon'na be
real war. Should I drip dead?

595 :名無しさん@1周年 :01/09/14 14:07
>>594 >593 Mis-typing, rather, from the looks of it.
www.cnn.com has multiple accounts based on interviews with the
next-of-kin and such of the victims on the crashed passenger planes.
I couldn't help asking myself what I'd do if I were faced with the
"vote" mentioned therein...whether to sit still and pray that nothing
happens, or to put one's life at risk, worse still forfeit it,
for the sake of saving a thousand others...

596 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/14 17:01

age

597 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/14 21:37
>>595
thanks

598 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 00:25

count down to 600

3!

599 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 00:26
3→2 ハズカシー
1!

600 : :01/09/15 03:01
my dick is quite stinky,stinky.

601 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 03:11
あれとMAは犬猿の仲

602 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 03:12
You need to take a bath, right?

603 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 03:13
No!!English only you know?

604 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 03:29
your titty also very stink, stink, ne ?

605 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 20:11
why are you repeating the phrase, stink?

606 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 20:25
>>592 destined

I think so,too. However, I shouldn't also forget the people without the crime
samely frightened in Afghanistan.

607 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/15 23:43
give me
a
blow-jpb,
baby!

608 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 00:17
Those who died in the WTC are direct vicitims of the
terrorists. But those whose lives may be in peril because
of the possible US action in the future are also the
victims of the terrorists. Nobody wants war, but nobody has
any clear answere how to eliminate the terrorists who were
responsible for this hideous act. It is easy to say that
you are against violence or revenge. When you are dealing
with a bunch of lunatics, the reasoning does NOT work.

609 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:01/09/16 00:30
That's true. I know most of us don't have many ways to do about anythings
to this terror. But think positive. For now, we are not doomed to face real war
for one hundread percent. Think how we should spend our next day.

610 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:01/09/16 00:32
Somehow my English is seemed to be awkward....
It's must be good of me to drip myself dead. Bye.

611 : :01/09/16 01:23
terrorists are so cool that's why there are so many flicks up there
regarding terrorism!
god bless doomday cults!!!
hehehe

612 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 01:28
I really don't think we will go into the real war situation.
I suppose people on this site are mostly in Japan. You cannot
imagine the sadness and anger in the US now. Don't get me wrong,
I am not saying that American are all for war. They don't want
wat either. But they do need to make sure that these terrorists
will be punished or eliminated for good so that nobody else will
go through this heart shuttering incident. Since that day, I need to
fight my tears every waking moment. If I let myself, I burst into
crying thinking about each person whose life was cut short all because
they happened to be an American. Do you guys remember how it felt
when Kobe was hit by a great earth quake? You cannot get mad at the
natural disaster, but remember the sadness? The people in the US are
trying to deal with this trememdous sadness and anger now. I wish
people stop criticizing about the US policy. Don't you know that
they too dislike the idea of war? Because it is again the Americans
who will die fighting against this lunatic terrorists.

613 : :01/09/16 02:37
well,
i
guess it's about time to
beat my meat
see ya
take it easy,
pal

614 : :01/09/16 02:38
ちんく うるさいなー
静かにしてくれるー

615 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 03:09
I would think that America shoud go retaliate for those who died.
It was very impressive to see that many rescure workers voicing USA
when Bush arrived on the site making every one sure that the nation
would not yeild to that act of insane.And this has to be stopped.
I strongly support America go Afganistan and let La Dien remind of
what teaching of islamics really means.It has to be done at any costs.

God bless America.

616 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 04:28
Iraq closed the border because the refugees are leaving
Afganistan. If only Afganistan and Pakistan will cooperate with
the US and arrest the bastard, they don't need to worry
about the US retaliation. The rescure workers are wonderful.
They are risking their own lives to find any survivors though
all they find are dead or partial body of the deceased.
I don't like the idea of going to war, and I hope there
are other ways to solve this situation. The rescure workers
are the shinning light in this darkness of our heart.
God bless them all for they make us believe that there
is still hope in this humanity.

617 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 06:49
Vigorously agree to #616.

618 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 07:03
First of all, I want to express my regret over this tragedy.

I am very pleased and satisfied to read such rational discussion
about this terrorism. To tell the truth, I have been disappointed
with some idiotic Japanese 2channelers that have posted really
awful and silly articles on several American BBS. Among these
rude contents by these idiots, I could find several articles
that have been posted WITHOUT ANY TRANSLATION FROM JAPANESE --- in
other words, they are posted IN JAPANESE MULTI-BYTE CODE.

Can't we do anything to fight against such Japanese
"coward oxen" that make Japanese reputation worse?

619 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 07:31
I'm afraid there won't be any of such means. They are, what we call
"advantage takin stukids". They just love the "Festival". My goodness.

620 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 13:07
Stukids = stupid kids? I like that.
There's nothing we can do about these stukids.
Hopefully, these kids will realize their stupidity and
feel ashamed when they grow up.

621 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 15:25
Well,I know the tragedy of terrorism has been affecting american
people or those who are living in the us more seriously than we can
imagine in Japan.
And I myself feel anger and chill to know people who believe
terrorism is one way to solve their problems, exist still now.
But I also think its time for america to show their maturity
as a nation of freedom. They must not strike back by using the force.
The only way they should take as constitutional country is that find
criminals to bring them to a trial and punish them acoording to
the law. We call it a mature country.


622 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 19:01
>>621
I think this is a Japanese average unformal view.

623 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/16 20:34
age

624 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/17 00:40

age

625 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:01/09/17 01:46
I hear from TV news saying that some country is aregedly hyding the terrorists
so this may be going to real war. But I don't know how should I comment to it.

626 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/17 02:19
This terrorists attacked the US knowing that the US will not do the
same to them. They know that the US has to fight back with its hands
tied.
People said that there would be another Iraq even if the US could
defeat Sadam. Well where is the another Iraq? People said that
there will be another Osama din Loden even if we eliminate him.
But that how the terrorists want us to believe. If we let him have his
way, there will be another Osama.

627 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:01/09/17 02:37
>626
You mean Bush would be thinking the same way to people
(those saying there will be another Osama din Loden even if 〜)
so we don't have to worry about to the WWV?

628 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/17 08:17
627
I don't know how Bush thinks, but what I meant was that Osama is
rather unique terrorist. He is awfully rich, smart, and has such charisma. He
doesn't need any country to support his cause except his
hidding place. If the US can find him and terminate him, I don't
think there will be another terrorist like him. It is so much easier
to attack a country than a person who can be anywhere. But the US needs
to show to the terrorist groups in the world that the US will not allow
such crime against innocent people and will destroy them.
Anyway, nobody wants WWIII, and certainly the US will make sure
that will not happen. Were you worried? I am not.

629 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:01/09/17 08:46
Yes I have been. I feel now I'm relieved with hearing your opinion.
I have many things I want to do (w
Gosh, It's time to getting work, thank you.

630 :practice:01/09/17 12:43
I do think we are not going into World WarV.

First off, the us striking back brings them termination.
As far as what 628 said is concerned, there would no one
appear who can fill their shoes, unless a nation played a part.

In this sence, as most americans may be thinking by now
by beating them to pieces the world will recover its peace again.
But what about feelings of people who could lose their families
by this striking back?
What about kids who could lose thier father or mother by this?
You can not destroy only buildings by boming from combat planes.
Many innocent people might be involved in another tragedy again.
No more people should die.
Noble Eagle? Please..

631 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/17 15:05
age

632 ::01/09/17 19:09
Nipple slip!!!
If I could see a nipple slip!!
I have a nipple fetish.

633 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/17 19:31
>>630
I read your comment. I think it's right. Probably, I consider
the great portion of Japanese think so. I did not know the idiom
you used in the following parts. I'll write it for you all.

There is no one who can fill his shoes, unless a nation played a part.
もし国家が役割を果たさなかったならば、彼に代わることができる者は誰もいません。

634 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/17 20:18
>>628
I did't know the word "cause." I checked it in the dictionary.
You know a difficult word!

635 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/17 20:25
>>628
there can be another terrorist like him.

It is much more difficult to attack a person who can hide himself
anywhere than to attack a country.

Are these better? Possibly, these are worse.

636 : :01/09/17 21:36
I don't think we have to worry too much about war.
For Bush knows that if the warfare went beyond the world's consensus,
the US would immediately lose their supports from allied nations
and that makes the things worse for the US to deploy the whole operation.
It is probable that US will have hard times finding this canny criminal in
the moutainous land of Afganistan or Iraq, but one they do,I think the situation
will soon settle and there would be no necessity for US to suggest the use of any
extraordinary wepons anything that people hear in rumors.
Anyway, no body wants the world war 3 and I think people are smart enought to let it not happen.
All we need is this lunatic captured in the hand of justice,

637 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/17 21:49
俺は毎日硫酸かぶってるね

638 :630:01/09/18 00:02
>>633
unless a nation plays a part (of terrorism).

I made a gramatical mistake there.
I thought in "unless" clause you should use present
tense right? But I didn't.
In that sentence I meant,
Ofcourse no one can take over Osama but if a nation played
a part of terrorism, its another story. Maybe they would
find next Osama to retaliate .

639 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/18 00:04

age

640 :628:01/09/18 00:16
634 cause: 主義、動機、目的 You'd better get a better dictionary.
635 Whichever is fine, I think.

More than 80% of the American people think that the US should try
everything possible before considering using the force against
terrorists or the country which is protecting Osama and his gangs.
Even if the US decided to attack, they will try hard not to harm
the innocent people. The war Bush memtioned is a war against anybody
who is there to destroy what we believe in;peace, freedam, love,
justice, and goodness of our heart.

641 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/18 10:12
age

642 :Hey Arabs :01/09/18 11:35
Get the fuck out of our country

643 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/18 11:52
>>642
Not all arabs are guilty.
In fact,most of them are innocent, but some asshole Americans(like you)
can't understand that.
It's really sad.

644 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/18 11:54
lalalalallaa
lallalalalallalala
lalalaladjfakjljlalalalalla

というわけで終了

645 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/18 12:20
>643 "asshole" Same to you オマエモナー


646 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/18 12:58
>>637
I take a bath with sulfuric acid every day.

647 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/18 13:02
>>640
Although "cause" is also in my dictionary, is it the word used often?
Do the English speaking people know it well?

648 :a native Indian:01/09/18 13:06
McVey( Oklahoma terrorist) kills innocent people
including our children!
Hey white men,
get the hell out of our country.

649 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/18 13:12
Hi,
tell me your strategies when you communicate in English.
Mine goes like..
1. to prepare some topics you can lead conversation about in advance.
2. to try and speak as slowly as possible and as clearly as possible
3. to be mute (sage)

650 :643:01/09/18 14:28
>>645
hahaha that's all you can say??
you make me laugh ^^

651 :645:01/09/18 14:51
>650 You are foolish.
      ∧ ∧  / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
〜′ ̄ ̄( ゚Д゚ ) < Get out our cuntry.
 UU ̄ ̄ U U   \___________

652 :650:01/09/18 14:55
>>651
i'm foolish, huh?
that cat is really cute...
by the way i don't think i'm even IN your country, so haha.

cuntry = country

653 :628,640:01/09/19 01:18
647 re: cause
Yes, the word "cause" to mean "belief, conviction, purpose, principle"
is used frequently in the US. I do not know about other
English speaking countries though. I live in the US.

654 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/19 02:07
'ello, y'all. Pray excuse the length of my post.

I received the following in my Hotmail Inbox.
Would you say it's for real, or not?

HONORING A TRAITOR ?

This is for all the kids born in the 70's who don't remember this,
and didn't have to bear the burden, that our fathers, mothers, and
older brothers and sisters had to bear. Jane Fonda is being honored
as one of the "100 Women of the Century." Unfortunately, many have
forgotten and still countless others have never known specific men
who served and sacrificed during Vietnam. The first part of this is
from an F-4E pilot. The pilot's name is Jerry Driscoll, a River Rat.
In 1978, the former Commandant of the USAF Survival School was a POW
in Ho Lo Prison-the "Hanoi Hilton." Dragged from a stinking cesspit
of a cell, cleaned, fed, and dressed in clean PJs, he was ordered to
describe for a visiting American "Peace Activist" the "lenient and
humane treatment" he'd received. He spat at Ms. Fonda, was clubbed,
and dragged away. During the subsequent beating, he fell forward
upon the camp Commandant's feet, which sent that officer berserk. In
'78, the AF Col. still suffered from double vision (which
permanently ended his flying days) from the Vietnamese Col.'s
frenzied application of wooden baton. From 1963-65, Col. Larry
Carrigan was in the 47FW/DO (F-4Es). He spent 6 years in the
"Hilton"- the first three of which he was "missing in action". His
wife lived on faith that he was still alive. His group, too, got the
cleaned/fed/clothed routine in preparation for a "peace delegation
"visit. They, however, had time and devised a plan to get word to
the world that they still survived. Each man secreted a tiny piece
of paper, with his SSN on it, in the palm of his hand. When paraded
before Ms. Fonda and a cameraman, she walked the line, shaking each
man's hand and asking little encouraging snippets like "Aren't you
sorry you bombed babies?" and "Are you grateful for the humane
treatment from your benevolent captors?" Believing this HAD to be
an act, they each palmed her their sliver of paper. She took them
all without missing a beat. At the end of the line and once the
camera stopped rolling, to the shocked disbelief of the POWs, she
turned to the officer in charge and handed him the little pile of
papers. Three men died from the subsequent beatings. Col. Carrigan
was almost number four but he survived, which is the only reason we
know about her actions that day.

655 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/19 02:08
I was a civilian economic
development advisor in Vietnam, and was captured by the North
Vietnamese communists in South Vietnam in 1968, and held for over
5 years. I spent 27 months in solitary confinement, one year in a
cage in Cambodia, and one year in a "black box" in Hanoi. My North
Vietnamese captors deliberately poisoned and murdered a female
missionary, a nurse in a leprosarium in Ban me Thuot, South Vietnam,
whom I buried in the jungle near the Cambodian border. At one time,
I was weighing approximately 90 lbs. (My normal weight is 170 lbs.)
We were Jane Fonda's "war criminals." When Jane Fonda was in Hanoi,
I was asked by the camp communist political officer if I would be
willing to meet with Jane Fonda. I said yes, for I would like to
tell her about the real treatment we POWs received different from
the treatment purported by the North Vietnamese, and parroted by Jane
Fonda, as "humane and lenient." Because of this, I spent three days
on a rocky floor on my knees with outstretched arms with a large
amount of steel placed on my hands, and beaten with a bamboo cane
till my arms dipped. I had the opportunity to meet with Jane Fonda
for a couple of hours after I was released. I asked her if she would
be willing to debate me on TV. She did not answer me. This does not
exemplify someone who should be honored as part of "100 Years of
Great Women." Lest we forget..."100 years of great women" should
never include a traitor whose hands are covered with the blood of
so many patriots. There are few things I have strong visceral
reactions to, but Hanoi Jane's participation in blatant treason, is
one of them. Please take the time to forward to as many people as
you possibly can. It will eventually end up on her computer and she
needs to know that we will never forget.

656 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/19 02:35
You are not welcome here.ok?

657 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/19 07:39
what the

658 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/19 12:41

age

659 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/20 10:48
OH! Nobody here is!

660 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/21 10:12
>>654
>>655
Of course its not for real.
This is evil harassment directed to a woman whom this author
hates to death.
But the story was really elaborate and scared me a bit.
I just suppose in these cases the crimimal is often acquainted
with the victim. maybe they live in the neigborhood.
Just like psycho movies.

661 :woman:01/09/21 11:19
Of course it's not real.
This is evil harassment directed to a woman whom this author
hates to death.
But the story was really elaborate and scared me a bit.
I just suppose that in these cases the criminals are often acquainted
with the victims. Maybe they live in the neighborhood.
It's just same as psycho movies.

I could not understand the meaning of two justs.

662 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/21 12:03
It's just the same as psycho movies.

Thanks for correction.
Don't mention it.

663 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/21 12:16
>>655
This is a kind of a wicked happy letter. Let's pass the thing of
Jane Fonda or Vietnam in water.

664 :woman:01/09/21 12:21
>>662
I am sorry. It was a selfish thing.
You are very excellent in English.

665 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/21 14:06
>>662
>Don't mention it.

What is "it"?

666 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/21 14:09
どういたしましてって意味だろ?

667 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/21 17:28
age

668 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/21 18:33
USA: Hey man you surely help us this time right?
Japan: Well, about that, I might need more well..
USA: We know you are going to. We are Friends remember?
Japan: Of course I remember. That's why we have left
china and korea second class treatment for a long time.
You are my best friend.
USA: And we know you said you would give us full support.
Japan: I said so in some respects but....
USA: WELL, You should get ready tonight.
We are leaving early in the mornig.
Don't forget to bring expenses! chao! (hung up the phone)
Japan: .....


669 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/22 01:26
age

670 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/22 01:31
Japan's only country I hesitate to love.

671 :名無しさん@米国:01/09/22 11:31
So it is 6330 missing now. There are no more survivors.
We are now worried about tomorrow. The news says that
there may be another attack on 9/22. I need to go to
downtown tomorrow to see my clients. Please no more
innocent people get killed by that crazy terrorist!

672 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/22 12:06
>>670
I would like to ask you for a reason you think so.

673 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/22 12:12
>There are no more survivors.
How can you be sure?

>I need to go to downtown tomorrow to see my clients.
Do you work Saturdays? I'm sorry for that. Bless you!

674 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/22 12:16
>>666
Is it so? I did not know it. Spoken language is so difficult!
I'll die.(ikimasu)

675 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/22 13:15
I guess language which is spoken is the only language.
You know what im saying?

676 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/22 16:30
I don't understand what you're saying.
Do you mean that a language is just a tool of communication?
If so, it'd be a big mistake. The mentality of using languages
should be like what you say, but a language plays an important
role in thinking of everything.
If you mean that words uttered are the only language, you'd
better think of it again...

677 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/22 21:54
age!

678 :QWQ:01/09/22 22:55
Spoken language which means language people use for interaction
by sounds is only language. Because every language has people
who speak its language but not every language has a system of
writing. In some language people talk but they don't write
then they have no way to pass on their ideas to descendants
but by word of mouth. Back to primitive society, even around that time
people had a way to communicate others by making a sound in the way
such as hitting something with a stick of wood or just growling.
A sound is a basis of language.
Then I do think one language cannot be devided into two
functions as writing and speaking. A sound can be language
by itself but language by writing is never going to be
language by itself.
What do you think?

679 :http://chat.free6.com/:01/09/23 02:51
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680 :676:01/09/23 05:39
I've heard that around 300 languages in the world have a writing
system. We are lucky to have a brilliant writing system in Japanese
and English.
About your opinion, I know what you mean when you say the sound of
a language is the basic in communication. I suppose, however, that
it is a little bit too early for you to jump into the conclusion
that the sound can be an only language. What about deaf people?
Since they can not hear anything, there is no way to convey what
they think but in a body language or otherwise. That is, the body
language can be their native language. The point here is that there
are people who don't need any sound in communication, whatever the
reason it is. As long as there are people who don't need something,
it can not be a basis of a language, whatever the path of evolution
of a language has been.

681 :MageChimera:01/09/23 08:23
>>680
Wow, you have a good sense of argument.
Now I come to think of aliens.
They don't use spoken language, not even body language.
They use telepathy.

http://www.alpha-net.ne.jp/users2/bluefall/eigo.html

682 :680:01/09/23 17:39
hi MageChimera,

Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately, however, i have no way to
understand what you are talking about but to think that you are some
kinda wierdo. Aliens? What aliens? You mean people from outside Japan
or extraterrestrians? Do you know the fact that every single foreigner
is to have an alien card under the law of Japan? Come on, man, they
are just human beings like us who have no brilliant capacity to use
telepathy or anything. If you mean extraterrestrians, have you ever met
one of them and seen if they are capable of what-do-you-call-it???
It's a serious argument going on, man. Please take it seriously and
get back to me with your own opinion, all right?
Thank you.

683 :QWQ:01/09/23 20:17
>>680
Hi,
You mentioned sign language so I think I begin with the definition
of language. When I say language, it means language which occured
among people spontaneously and has been formed itself by natives.
Since sign language is artificial one, I would like to leave it out
when talking about language. Because if language category included
sign language, we would be unable to manege Esperanto since
this is completely artificial language.
As you know, Esperant doesn't have its native speakerS.
If you admit language which is not shared among its native
speakers, my utterance which goes %&!"#$ could be one language.
Of course this in not language. My utterance above is not language
because that was not shared with people and then Esperant is not
language because it doesn't have natives so sign language is not
language because its artificial.


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685 :680:01/09/24 12:13
>>683

Ok, so you were just talking about the definition of a language.
I accept your definition. What do you think about the function of
a language? If a writing system can not be called a language, what
is it for you?

686 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/24 17:22
age!

687 :Archmage:01/09/24 19:39
>>680>>683
I'm sorry, honest thinkers, but I cannot fail to notice
that the weirdo #681 uses better English than you do.

688 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/24 21:00
>>687

yikes, you don't seem to be able to read English...
better read a lot of "good" reading materials.

689 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/26 12:26
>>687
Sorry but I couldn't catch what you are trying to say.
You meant either two of 680 683 shouldn't write English here?



690 :Why Sosleepy:01/09/26 13:32
>>653
Japan may be a country with little "cause." Japanese people
sang "Let it be" in a mourning meeting of the terrorism's victims
which was held in Japan. It seemed that the foreigners there felt
the sense of incongruity for it and so did I.
Many of Japanese people may think that when "cause" has been thrown
away, it is the time to acquire the truth.
"Let it be" is far from the Occidental thought.

691 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/26 21:04
>>690 to Mr/Ms Why Sosleepy.
Sorry but I couldn't catch what you are trying to say.

692 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/26 22:48
>690
If that was intended, I admire the organizer.
But I'm sure it wasn't so.

I believe that they watched "Imagine" was
sang at the memorial show on the US TV.
Since "Imagine" was very popular in Japan too,
they just go ahead and use the Jhon Lennon's CD.

By the way, what does "country with little "cause." " mean?

693 :QWQ:01/09/27 00:06
>>680
Sorry for late reply.
The function of language is to convey the info to others.
Writing system is one aspect of language. Nothing further.
It's too superficial to change the formation of language.
Then the idea of there's special ability that you might need when
you speak language must be wrong. I am not talking about the vocal
organs.
what do you think?

694 :680:01/09/27 09:37
>>693
>Writing system is one aspect of language.

If you admit this, you wouldn't say that the sound with meaning
is an only language.
I understand what you mean, anyway. thank you.

695 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/27 13:44
>>692
I was glad if a John Lennon's CD was used there. However, the song was
sung by Japanese people. They could not sing the song not so well.
Japanese people cannot usually sing an English song well.
Now, my grandmother taught me "Don't make "a shugisha or an -ist"."
In my old country, the phrase "He is a shugisha." was used at the time.
It is not necessarily absurd. The root of that is in Buddhism. Should
I tell more detail?

696 :695:01/09/27 14:00
>>694
I have not followed your conversation well. However, I like to make one
proposal here. How is it, considering sign language? (shuwa).
According to the experienced person, it is neither the substitute of
our language, nor translation. It is said that it is one language
system. They say that it is a very simple, direct, and interesting
system of the transmission of the informations and it is beyond our
expectation.

697 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/27 14:10
>>695
It's kind of funny to know japanese people sang
let it be at the meeting, objective of which was to heal
victims.
I'm sure they didnot mean to let the hurt feelings
of people who are suffering from that tragedy be.
It just means they perhaps ignored to imagine reactions
which caused by their singing let it be.
I can't agree with your opinion that
"Japanese people cannot usually sing an English song well."
That was not point I suppose. They showed their care
for that tragedy and that's everything.
and What is a shugisha? I'd like to know if it's possible.
thanx in advance.

698 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/27 14:45
>>695
I still don't get the point. I don't need any details, though.
Just tell me the simple fact that you are trying to point out.

>I was glad if a John Lennon's CD was used there.
>Japanese people cannot usually sing an English song well.
Is that it? Is that all you are talking about?
Are you just making fun of the people who sung there?

Anyway, I should honor the organizers for their
exquisite sarcasm or else somewhat subtle joke.

699 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/27 15:00
We had better stop discussion. I only said that it is very difficult
for a foreigner to sing the song of a foreign language as a
generality. Probably, it is almost impossible to sing a song of
a foreign language on a high level.
It is very difficult to sing a song with a heart. And it will be
an Enka when Japanese people are going to sing a song from the heart.
But, Imagine is of course not an Enka. Good-bye.

700 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/27 15:28
>699
Oh, I'm sorry to misunderstand you.
I thought you are talking about what they sung,
not how they sung.

Don't mind, It gave me a good laugh anyway, so thank you.

701 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/27 15:47
My English is misunderstood frequently. It is because I am poor at
English. When I use Japanese language, I am not disliked by people.
But it often happens in English dialog. I wonder if I can improve
it. I envy a person who has good English education, because I am
studying by myself.
Please do not mind.I do not mind,too.Now,it's the time for me to go
to work. See you again.

702 :名無し@1周年:01/09/27 15:55
This is a pen.

703 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/27 16:48
You've got the time to escape.
It's no crime to escape.

704 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/27 16:54
Had better sounds a bit arrogant in that context
I think. Maybe you can say We should stop, shouldn't we?
or else.

Anyway, I know what you mean.
It is difficult almost impossible for me
expressing what I think exactly in foreign language
and this difficulty often bugs me as I'm speaking Eng.
But on the contrary that makes me realize I should read
more magazines to store knowleadge and vocab
trying to know how I can avoid being misunderstood.
I guess all these efforts are not only for Eng.
They are also good for myself.

705 :名無し@1周年:01/09/27 18:36
The planner presented the world a very good
sence of humor based on a exquisite sarcasm
through "Let it be" sung at the ceremony.

Are you people in America still talking about
the terror and the retaliation against it?
Why can't you just let it go?
We Japanese learned how to let things pass
when you dropped A-bomb and lost the war.

706 :名無しさん@米国:01/09/28 00:42
Letting things go is not the way to handle the terrorists whose
purpose in life is to kill innocent Americans and Jews. The retaliation
is not the right word for what the people in the US intend to do.
They want the murderers caught and punished so that other people don't
have to be afraid. When innocent Japanese were murdered in Tokyo by the
cult (Asahara?), you did not let it go but instead arrested the cult
members and sentensed accordingly. If we let the murderes go without
proper punishment, what kind of society are we going to have:lawlessness.
Don't justify the act of terrorists for there's no justification. Don't
bleme the innocent victims for they are not responsible.

707 :名無しさん@米国:01/09/28 00:44
blame ↑

708 : ◆KVOBaXPA :01/09/28 01:15
I agree to >706.
But I also want to US to try to not lead the whole world into nuclear war.
The victims of Hiroshima won't forget the tragedy of Hirosima, I'm sure.
But ordinary citizens, Hiroshima victims didn't have strong ways to protest
against US. No one would want such things to let go.

709 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/28 17:57
>>706
"Wanted. Dead or Alive" is that how law works in America?
Without any trial nor showing any good enough evidence?

Oh, come on! America is retaliating and noone dare to stop.

>purpose in life is to kill innocent Americans and Jews

Or maybe they are just desperate to get back their
land and oil concession from the West.

Am I for the terrorists? Of course not.
I just wanted to tell you that things are not as simple as that.

710 :名無しさん@米国:01/09/29 00:03
709
You need to learn more about Osama din Loden and his followers.
In this gloval age, every country is interrelated and interdepended
with other countries. Osama is not representing the Arab nations'
opinion regarding America and its policy. He is rather a major pain
in the neck as a terrorist who organizes such act against many
Arab countries and surrounding countries. You may want to give him
excuses for his act, but there is no excuse for what he did or why.
And please don't hang up on words America or the media uses and
make judgment on what America is all about. As far as the judicial
system is concerned, American system is much more protective toward
the accused than any countries in the middle east.
This kind of act must be stopped for good. If you think that the US
is after only Osama, you are mistaken. Killing him will not be enough
to stop this madness.
Sometime, there is such an evil force which leaves no choice for you
but to pick up a weapon to fight because you need to ensure the safe
society for your children. Even the Dr. Martin Luther King who was the
pacifist acknowledged that there were times violence was necessary.
I know you who are in Japan cannot fathom how people here in the US
are feeling. It is not a revenge as you might heard from TV. It is
a big "WHY?" Why such hatred? How can be so hatfull enough to kill
thousands of innocent people who happened to be American or were in
the US. Osama is nothing to do with Arab-America problem. He is just
a religious lunatic whose belief is hate. It is as simple as that.

711 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 01:27
>>710
>You may want to give him excuses for his act
Like I said, I am not for the terrorists. I want to make this clear.
America should show the world that terrorism can't be the solution.

>Sometime, there is such an evil force which leaves no choice for you
>but to pick up a weapon to fight because you need to ensure the safe
>society for your children.
Don't you think some of the young Arabs might think the same way?

>nothing to do with Arab-America problem
How can you be so sure about that? If America doesn't give it any
consideration, it never can emerge from this terror-retaliation circle.

>It is as simple as that.
This only tells me that you are too upset to make fair judgement.
I hope people in America could calm down in time before making
any terrible mistakes.

712 :名無しさん@米国:01/09/29 03:22
711
Find out about Osama first. About relationship between US/Arab
not being the cause of Osama's act:
because most of the Arab countries are supporting the US's
effort to terminate the terrorist act by Osama. If Osama's
act was based on Arab-America problem(whatever it may be),
why should they support it?
Anyway, the US like any other countries made some mistakes
in the past. But they are not obligated to make everybody
in the world happy. I think Americans are as calm as
one can be under the circumstance. That is why they have not
nuke the bastard and Taliban. You may not believe me but the
Americans really want to handle this situation in a right way-
not killing innocent people in Afgan. May be because all your
information about this matter is from the media which has no
interest in reality or facts but more eye-catching head lines.
Whatever the US does or does not, there are always some people who
are not happy with the US. You cannot make everybody happy all the
time. So be it. Osama has to grow up, that's all.

713 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 07:47
>>712

Hi it's been a while that i don't write in here.
No country but England participates willingly in this ridiculous act
of the U.S.

>why should they support it?

Because the U.S. is the world super power. That's all. Their policy
is totally absurd. Can you possibly imagine how many people suffer
from this stinky American way of handling issues for all these years?
Nobody likes America. Other countries follow its policy only
superficially. The American policy is SO stinky a garbage that we
have to dump it in spiral water of toilette flush. If you said your
opinion above while sober, I would have to suspect that you are
brainwashed by the slopshod CIA agent. ittekudasai.

The world power balance will change in the future where the U.S. is
no longer a super power. I am not pro-terrorism, but the incident
is definitely the result of what the U.S. policy has done.

714 :名無しさん@米国:01/09/29 10:43
It is good that you 713 don't write often. Your
statement is baseless and irrelevant. You may go.
Your statement lacks any credible evidence or
convincing reasoning. You may grow up too.

715 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 11:49
When you see somebody stumbling when they walk by
Tell 'em "hey kid, walk straight, master your high" -> Slick Rick
Droolin from the mouth with them bloodshot eyes
Tell 'em "hey kid, walk straight, master your high"
You took a half of shrooms and now you bout to cry?
"Hey kid, walk straight, master your high"
Can't remember a thing no matter how hard you try
"Hey kid, walk straight, master your high"

First you start mumbling
Then you start stumbling
Then your motor skills start malfunctioning
Could it be the intake
Of the chemical that makes your body shake
All over, so critical
First one running to the bar
To get a drink
First one hanging out the car
Chunky pink
Really paralyzed, numb up and sedated
Moving with that rubber band body when you faded
Smoke about an ounce of weed
Drank ten beers, it's just a
Matter of time before you start getting the fears
You can't steer? (you can't steer?)
You can't hear? (you can't hear?)
You ain't here, you can't steer clear?
You wanna go home?

716 :The Petition:01/09/29 11:56
The Petition
What follows is a petition that will be forwarded to President Bush, and
other world leaders, urging them to avoid war as a response to the
terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon this
week. Please read it, sign below, and forward the link to as many people
as possible, as quickly as possible. We must circulate this quickly if it
is to have any effect at all, as the Congress of The United States has
already passed a resolution supporting any military action President Bush
deems appropriate.
http://home.uchicago.edu/~dhpicker/petition
Subject: no war!
There are two stages to this petition. 1. to network this information, and
2, to send the message to as many government agencies as you can, including
the Presidency of the USA, and the Secretary General of the United Nations,
whose email addresses are listed below.
1. To network this petition, 'copy and paste' this message to a new message
and send to all the people you know in the "To...", "Cc..." or "Bcc..."box,
go to the bottom of the petition and type in your name and then "Send"
2. Separately from networking this petition, copy and send the signed
message below, to the President of the USA and team (listed below) and to
any local government agencies you can. We MUST try to get as many copies of
this petition as possible to all governments, and especially to The
President of the USA at the Whitehouse.
http://www.particles.de/paradocs/nowar/nowar.html

717 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 12:32
>>715
Could you just sing somewhere else?

718 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 16:06
>>714

You never understand the fact that you are discriminated among
white people. I can easily picture that you are meaninglessly
grinning trying to wear a I-know-how-you-feel kind of look in
front of whites, which is so disgusting. You, one of those who
are pro-white for no reason, may go.

719 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 16:12
無教養で西洋嫌いの嫉妬まるだしオヤジ最悪。

720 ::01/09/29 16:35
白人前にして足すくんじゃう厨房みっけ
西洋好きのほうが嫉妬丸出しと思われ wara

721 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 17:08
"Anyway, the US like any other countries made some mistakes
in the past. But they are not obligated to make everybody
in the world happy. I ."


yeah, well making other countries happy is not AT ALL THE ISSUE HERE
ok ?!? RUNNING A COUNTRY'S FOREIGN POLICY IS ABOUT THE ISSUE OF TRYING
TO HAVE SOME SENSE OF MORALS !!

YOU IDIOT !!

because america is not the only nation in this world,
and there is a ripple effect to any action a country decides to
pursue.


you should know that anything to do with a country's doemstic or
foreign policy should at least try to consider the issue MORALS !!
look at what u.s.a. did to the tiny
island of galapagos ? was that necessary ?? i don't think so ! and
the LENGHT of that BLODDY war with vietnam. was that necessary ?? i
DON'T think so !!

so this is NOT about being "jelous" with the usa, ok ? this is about
looking at all sides of the issue and THEN
DEALING WITH MORALS !

MORALS !

MORALS !

moron . . .

722 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 18:37
>>712
>Arab-America problem(whatever it may be)
You are saying that you don't know anything about it?

>why should they support it?
Come on. You know the answer. Take your time to think about it.

>all your information about this matter is from the media
What about you? Don't you read decent academic books?

>Osama has to grow up
And you, too.
Leave your Mickey Mouse world and face the real fear, anger, and hunger.

723 :OOHPS!:01/09/29 21:03
NO OFFENCE MEANT BUT THE ENGLISH USED HERE IS TOO WEIRD.

724 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/29 21:09
>>723
Check up in the book
try again!!

725 :OOHPS!:01/09/29 21:15
>>724
COULD I ASK YOU WHAT KIND OF BOOK YOU MEANT BY 'THE BOOK'?
ALSO, WHAT SHOULD I TRY AGAIN?

726 :名無しさん@米国:01/09/29 22:51
722
Then, please name one. Enlighten me.
All you have been doing is nothing but belittling.
You provide no material and convincing reasoning to
the subject.
I want to know which one of the Arab-USA problems contributed
to this terro attack. Don't just say "arab-America" problems.
You need to give me the precise ones with your analytical
reasoning with the facts based on the history. I'll be waiting.

727 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/30 07:21
you have to read between the lines of all and any textbooks, political
magasines, television news etc etc,
after all, media controls what we see and hear and you have to figure
out what is right and what is wrong.
a prime example, would be the current situation with the terrorist
attacks on america : DID YOU KNOW that those news images of that
very joyful muslim woman and kids who were CHEERING the attacks ARE
TWO YEARS OLD !! CNN finally admitted to the clips
being OLD.
i'm NOT going to get into who is right or wrong in this case, BUT
media is not supposed to lie to the public to get some kind od false
reaction. i believe we are all smarter then that and are
capable of making up our own minds in the matter. . .

so the point of what i'm saying is that you can't trust all that you
see and read, alright ??
you have to do some research and thinking if you're really
interested in politics and don't want to appear a fool.

the following texts/books may be of some help to you :

COMTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
framework for understanding
by:
DANIEL S. PAPP

"and so it goes": adventures in television
by : linda ellerbee

( linda ellerbee was an anchor woman with various american networks,
including NBC and she wrote this book about what REALLY goes on in
the white house, behind the scenes of a news programme, etc etc
this book was a bestseller in new york city. )

finally, there are various political journals that deal exclusively
with asia . . .

research and think.

and enjoy your reading !

728 :名無しさん@1周年:01/09/30 13:04
>>726
>which one of the Arab-USA problems
Unfortunately, this world is not as simple as you think.
It is impossible to point out just one specific probable cause.
Plus it is not even just about the Arab-US friction such as the
possession of a land of Palestine and oil consessions in Saudi Arabia.
The north-south problem, ethnic movement in the post cold war,
and so much more are involved.
Now you know why it is so hard to seize terrorism.
It can't be solved by punishing a person nor a country.

>All you have been doing is nothing but belittling.
Not you but me? Am I misunderstanding you?
All along, you've been trying to reduce this
horrible outcome of complicated international
relations to a simple act of a bunch of fanatics.

Please don't be satisfied with one-sided information.
You need to doubt it. that is the beggining of knowledge.
Always, do the right thing.

729 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/01 14:34
age!

730 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/02 09:53
where is 726? busy reading?

731 :726:01/10/02 11:55
Hi, I am at 北米海外生活のスレ . There are couple interesting threads
going on. I will be gone. Bye.

732 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/02 12:16
>>731
"a couple of", OK?

733 :726:01/10/02 12:23
Yeah,yeah, Thanks, OK, whatever. Bye. Got to go.

734 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/02 12:31
>>723
あいかわらずたかが省略したものに、くだらねー
あら捜ししてんな。
どうみても米国さんに議論も英語も負けてんのにお前ら。

735 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/02 12:32
732だった。

736 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/02 13:25
>>734
>たかが省略したものに

I'm sorry, but you can't omit "a" nor "of" when you write it.
You could omit "of" when you speak, but never "a".

737 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/04 12:42
age!

738 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/04 12:46
>>726
Do you do the same thing when you are talking to
foreign poeple in English?
It's nonsensical.

739 :CCSF:01/10/04 12:49
>736
you kinda strict.

740 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/04 15:13
>>738
I assume you meant 736.
My answer is "No". 'Cause I don't have to.
I'v never met a native English speaker who
omits "a" when saying "a couple of". Have you?

If you are talking about non native English speakers, it depends.
However, I believe that the best thing to do is to correct
on the spot than to neglect and let it go in the long run.

>>739
I don't think that way.
That's a common mistake for Japanese, especially
who learned their English only by their poor ears.
People who read it might think that the person who made
that mistake is not intelligent enough to read nor write.
Don't you think that's good for the person to notice
his/her poor point and start making efforts to overcome?

741 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/04 21:53
! age !

742 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/05 21:42
age

743 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/06 21:08
age

744 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 14:10
You all dead?

745 :738:01/10/07 14:42
Hi,

>>740
If you are talking about non native English speakers, it depends.
However, I believe that the best thing to do is to correct
on the spot than to neglect and let it go in the long run.

It depends like sometimes you do sometimes you do not?
Of course it may be an important thing when you are talking
to people in the class room. If you did that in real life
you would end up making people think you be nothing
but arrogant.

My point was that you did not
make any comment about what he or she wrote above.
It seemed like you have an interest more in how he or
she wrote than what he or she wrote.
And you talked about the best thing to the others mistakes
then I want to ask 'To whom?'.
I don't think the one who is beneficially great
is someone you corrected in this case.
Just be constructive.
That's all I can ask for.

746 :名無しさん@1周年でない:01/10/07 15:59
 Perhaps,Some people escaped here because long English sentences started to be written.Anyway I also want to run away because I am tired of reading long English sentences.See you

747 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 18:25
eat shit fucking bitches from hell get lost

748 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 18:39
This board fuckin' sucks, man!!

749 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 18:44
>>746
Then i gonna give ya fuckin' short, short sentences,
Ok? you biyatch!

750 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 19:04
>>745
While I was busy talking over the issues,
I didn't have the chance to correct it.

However, since "名無しさん@米国" was going away,
I thought it's good time to let him/her know that
he/she needs to work more on English as a farewell gift.

>people think you be nothing but arrogant.
Think about it. Who would dare to correct you despite that?
You should be thankful that you no longer have to make
the simple mistakes in front of real people in real life.

751 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 19:16
アフォかこいつ。何様?

752 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 19:30
>751
Why don't you say it in English?

753 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 20:49
>>750
You are missing my point.
I said you might be considered an arrogant English nerd
by keeping blue penciling what the others wrote,
which is because I thought you didnot say anything
over the issue. Sorry for this misunderstandling.

I was just warning you that there are some people
who doesn't appriciate what you are doing.
Personally I don't hate to be told what I wrote was grammatically
wrong but even so I do think you should find a better way
to do that.

754 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 21:06
who doesnt appriciate→who dont appreciate

755 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/07 22:07
>>753
I should say I'm sorry, too.

I admit I was a little upset that "名無しさん@米国" was leaving
without making any remarks on my latest response.

Anyway if there are any good discussions going on,
I don't have any intentions to interrupt with
rude remarks nor corrections.

756 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/08 03:50
age

757 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/08 06:44
Who is a bitch here?

758 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:01/10/08 07:52
bitch you say.
I believe there won't be any such rude gals.
かおる@半可通、英コピ4、♀、通訳1、、、
These are ladies. worth to say haahaa, right?
Of course I can't deny they were nekamas though.

759 :名無しさん@一周年:01/10/08 08:54
I hope nobady is here such a person.

760 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/08 20:35
ageageage

761 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/08 21:50
Many people from overseas point out that
Japanese people have two sides in their mentality.
One is for their social life, the other is for real they.
It is a common phenomenon that people change themselves
according to circumstances. But some anthoropologists also
say it's noteworthy in Japanese society.

And as coming to this bbs and watching people posting
vicious messages, I realized that Japanese people have sick
in their head. They lead normal life in public exchanging
amicable words and greeting politly. But they are doing so
not because they are amicable nor polite. Their social
standards require them doing so. And they are obviously
getting frustrated by keeping doing so.

As an evidential fact, I want to ask you this question:
Do you have any friend sharing knowleadge that
you are coming here to post some harsh comments
as a response to others? I guess the answer in no.
Because you know what you are doing here is not
socially acceptable.

Don't get me wrong.
I am saying this just because we are all mentally sick.
But especially in Japan you can not be defferent from others.
This conflict your sickness and your social pretending
personality brought you here. It's not something you have
to be ashamed of. I admit I am somehow sick.

I think if I was a monkey or something living in primitive
culture, maybe I could lead my life happily just sleeping by day
and searching for foods by night. But for real I am not.
You all are somehow sick by living in this country.
Am I wrong?

I did not plan to write such a long comment like this.
sorry.

762 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/08 22:06
self observation:
L25 somehow→somewhat

763 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/08 23:38
!age!

764 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 00:52

age

765 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 01:17
>>761
>Do you have any friend sharing knowleadge …
My answer is "Yes".
It is pretty much acceptable up to a certain point.

>I am saying this just because we are all mentally sick.
Maybe you are.
However, just because you are doesn't mean everbody is the same.

>I think if I was a monkey or something living in …
Grow up.
Monkeys are living in more severe world.
It could be thrown out of its group by just irritating its boss
and that means directly death to that poor animal.

>Am I wrong?
Yes, you are wrong.
If you can't survive in this calm country, you can't survive anywhere.
Look around the world, lots of people are busy looking for food to eat.
They don't even have time to think about their mental statement.

766 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 01:46
>>761
I more or less echo your thoughts...though the catalysis ensuing from
activities such as posting on these boards, or getting drunk with friends
must be what keeps society from falling apart. A necessary evil, though
it may tend not to be pretty. Perfectly normal, IMHO.

767 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 12:58
age

768 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 13:07
>>765
I can see you are still in school
aren't you?

769 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 20:34
>768
Why do you think of that?

770 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 21:51
age

771 :sango:01/10/09 22:02
Let's be sensible,everyone!!!

772 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 22:49

ageagegogo

773 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/09 23:06
>772
Why do you keep on ageing?
Do you have something to say?
Then, say it.

774 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 05:38
age

775 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 14:06
>>768
I got this impression that maybe he is still in the
safe place where he can do whatever he wants to do.
In school you can talk to anyone about your pathetic
distress.
On the contrary people are really stuffed up with
daily work out there.
You can't do whatever you want to.

776 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 14:30
>>775
>you can talk to anyone about your pathetic distress.
What do you mean by that?
I meant to tell 761 that "some harsh comments" can be pretty
much acceptable in real society up to a certain point.

>You can't do whatever you want to.
I guess everybody knows that. Even a kid in play-school.

777 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 14:44
>>776
Hi,
It depends on what "some harsh comments" is.
Don't you think Itteyoshi! Shine! Kaisenkitte, kibiture!
are included? I don't think those words are not socially
acceptable.

>>You can't do whatever you want to.
>I guess everybody knows that. Even a kid in play-school.
I wrote this as a figurative expression.
I want you not to take that literally.
I meant you can't say or do as you want to in real life.

778 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 14:46
sorry

are not acceptable: are acceptable

779 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 17:17

さらしageeeee

780 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 17:56
>>777
No, not those words.
That is why I'm keep saying "up to a certain point";
besides I don't think those are even "harsh comments".
I think those are curse words we don't have in common Japanese.

>you can't say or do as you want to in real life.
Or even in play-school.
I said that because I thought you are thinking that
people can be more free in school than work places.
It's the same real world at there.

781 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 21:36
>>780
Hi
Well, If you stick to that point, we are getting off
the track again.
Here is an elemental question "did you read >>761 ?"
then let's get back to the original contribution.
Honestly I don't care your definition of harsh words and curse words
because as we are talking about the context of 761,
we must follow 761s difinition right? and I don't see
the big defferences between harsh words and curse words
in the original context.

If what concerns you the most is your impression that
I would be saying college kids are enough stupid not to tell
right from wrong, it's misunderstanding. What I was trying to say
was that people could have much more opportunity to talk about
something you would be ashamed to tell people in school
than in working place. and If you say you are working in the
circumstances you can tell people that you often come to 2ch,
I envy you. and if you insist that you are just not doing anything
to disgrace you so that you can tell people, it's another story.


782 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 22:30
>>781
I thought 761 said "I come here and make harsh comments
because I'm sick. I believe you are too. We are all sick
because of this Japanese society. I'd rather be a monkey."

And I thought what 761 ment by saying "vicious messages"
and "harsh comments" was some very direct or sometimes
even rude coments without any compliment.
I never thought of anything you've wrote in 777.

Maybe I am not sick enough to understand 761 right.
I mean, are you 761? If so, I'm sorry to misunderstood you.
If not, how can you be so sure about that?

Anyway my points are follows:
Not everyone comes to 2ch has mental distress.
There are work places you can talk about 2ch with no sweat.
Japan is much better than most of the other countries.
To survive as Japanese is much easier than to do the same as a monkey.

Sorry if I confused you. Just neglect this and go on, please

783 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/10 22:45
age

784 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/11 01:39

agheee

785 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/11 02:06
Wow!!
I don't know what to say other than that.
I was just ignoring this thread. I'm not 100 percent
sure, but these posts reminds me of a HHG I knew. Wow!

786 :785:01/10/11 02:09
reminds → remind

Anyway,
Are you really there, HHG?

787 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/11 11:42
fack you!

788 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/11 14:01
I see many people come here to complain that certain
English conversation school they go to is bad or good.
There are many problems with those schools there is no doubt
about that. They might offer you unqualified teachers.
I hear some of them even don't have any interest in teaching.
It's horrible and their students have a right to say something
to this.

But I also see some people who are speaking up on this matter
is just people who attribute their problems to others.
They don't seem to try and solve the problems by themselves at all.
I even think they might sit back in the chair with big oriental smile
on their faces while in the class room. And maybe they often go
"sensei nani itteru no?"
to the next students while the teacher asked questions directly to them.
I heard in English countries you are nothing if you stay a non-verbal
smiling doll. I am sick and tired of watching smiling dolls in those
stuations but sometimes I find myself being one of them.
It made me wanna die..


789 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/11 14:05
It's horrible and their students have a right to say something
to this.

That's horrible and their students have a right to say something
to them.

790 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/11 14:07
I am a pen.

791 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/12 01:06
ageeeeee

792 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/13 17:20
age

793 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/13 17:24
>>790
You are a pen ? What kind of a pen are you?

794 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/13 21:01
(・∀・) < Are you all still around?

795 :88:01/10/13 21:13
rock against communism

796 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/13 22:02
fuck you

797 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/13 22:32
why?

798 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/13 23:39
its time to go to bed.
kitties.

799 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/14 00:04
799 get!

800 : ◆kandaPDA :01/10/14 05:43
I can show you the world

801 :縦書きに挑戦 ◆2HxEU4S. :01/10/14 23:43
No one would be evil originary, I think.
Only that, too stressful daily lives makes you want to give harsh responces.
Vice varsa, like me, leading my life as just as I want won't give such cold responces.
And, of cource, I know I may not be spending days for what I'm really suposed to do.
So, here, I wan'na say that harsh responces is something we have to accept.
Ultimatly, I want to enjoy any kind of responces.
Reacting to storm is just enjoyment for stormer. This is the defined theory.
Endure till the time when crap responces get erased by write-off team person.
Uncastrated threads and responces would be delete someday, I believe.
Zam! It would go in that way.
Ah, yes, they may not. But don't be too afraid.
If there are any personal datas on this board, it'll surely get deleated anyway.

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803 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/20 01:10
What do you all think about 2ch?

804 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/20 01:27
"Which would be better, a world with 2ch or a world without it?"
"A world without it, of course."
"Why?"
"2ch is like a narcotic. It's habit forming."

(lesson nine)

805 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/20 01:42
NOVA SURE UZAI

806 :(゚д゚)楓子萌え〜:01/10/23 05:23
I want to ask >804 the meaning of (lesson nine).
Is it consecutive thing?

807 :(´∀`)∩夢童:01/10/25 23:33
It was ,as far as I remember, in May that I came into contact with
2ch for the first time .
What amazed me most was the strange words 2chers use frequently
and the funny AAs they show on the thread (,some of which I couldn't
help laughing at !!).
The former told me their strangeness,pecuriality and even madness,
and the latter their creativity and skill .
I was also delighted with the variety of the topics 2ch provedes us.
On the topics I'm interested in or keen on, I can argue with 2chers
all over Japan without revealing my name.(That is, we can speak up
without reserve.)
Now I'm accustomed to writing on it,2ch is a passtime for me.



808 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/26 00:36
you guys sound totally "japanese" here!!!!
i feel like i'm reading journals written by jap profs.
why don't you guys try to sound a bit more like a native?
watch movies and learn.

809 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/26 00:43
> 808
言いたかないけど、オマエモナー。俺もだがな。
perhaps our writings are very japanese. but i think it's
all right, because we are japanese. it's very important
to keep on trying to brush up our english, though.

810 :fuck 808:01/10/26 00:45
mota fuck Dre
motha fuck Snoop
mota fuck Deth row
what ya wanna say bout? Fuck
watch movies and learn. ha ha ha

811 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/26 21:32
>>810
は'ーか

812 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 01:07
>>808
"Sound Japanese English" don't get trouble. But pronuncing like native
speaker with poor English command get toruble.

813 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 18:16
(・∀・) < AGE!

814 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 19:09
Hello, All
It's 1st time to visit here.
>>808
Would you give me any advice how to increase Englsh skill like you?

815 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 20:20
>>808
>journals written by jap profs
I doubt it.
Most of us need to work on our grammar to sound like that.

>why don't you guys try to sound a bit more like a native?
For what?
I'd rather write something sounds like "journals written by jap profs",
than "a mumble jumble written by a total bum who's born in the US".

816 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 20:30
Ok
Here is a basic question for you.
Don't you look like japanese?
How come we should "sound" like a native
when everyone knows we are not a native?
Do you adore them? Do you want be considered you are an american?
How can you possibly not realize you are nothig but
one of wanna-bees???

but I do think people should stop posting "what I did today"
here. For your info they are boring.

817 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 21:05
looking like Japanese shouldn't be a prblem at all actually.
As there are plenty of Koreans, Chinese, etc.
who look like Japanese.

The accent thing is very important as this becomes
their (the English Language-centric world) weapon to
tease us.

But the funny thing is they can't pronounce 「ら」.

818 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 21:06
I have a friend.
We talked about our futures when we were little kids.
She told me that she wanted to be an American.
Maybe she didn't even know what exactly does that mean.

Last week, she wrote me that she's got a green card.
She really is going to be an American after all.
Isn't it wonderful to hear that a childhood dream do come true?

819 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 21:08
I'm quite happy to keep my Japanese nationality

820 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 21:16
Hi
Today I came over because I thought I could use your useful
advice here.
The other day I went for lunch with my korean friend.
She is coming to japan for a couple of months
as an exchanging student or something I think.
We went to Royal host near the station halfway of
my station and her station. then I found she eats with disgasting
noise. I am not a snob and usually dont care about table manners
but I certainly lost my appetite by hearing her chewing food
noisily. I wondered if I should say something to her but
as a matter of fact I didnt. I just supposed it could be
an arrogant remark if that kind of table manners was acceptable
in Korean culture. Still I am not really sure if its good for her if I
let her eat like a pig.
What would you say if you were in my position?

821 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 21:49
so you don't know her well enough to caution her
table manner. i have in the past cautioned my friend who
visited me when i was living abroad about the way he eats
spaghetti. but i cautioned him before he did anything as i knew
that he was going to slurp up his pasta.
it would be kind for you to caution her before she embarasses herself.
if she is not stupid as well as having the table manner of
a pig then she will appreciate your comments.

822 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 22:15
>>820
There is a famous saying "When in Rome, do as Romans do."
You should've told her for her benefit.

In my personal impression, Chinese and Korean people are very frank.
They are people who tell you whatever come to their mind without any hesitation.
I think they are use to those kinds of direct conversations.
I don't think they will take any of your remarks too personal or as an insult.

I think you are gonna be the one with broken hearted.
She might not change the way to eat despite your remark.
She might just say, "Oh, I'm sorry but this is how I eat."

Anyway, you should at least try to tell your honest feeling.
Otherwise, they will never have the chance to get to know it.

823 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 22:32
take her from behind

824 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 22:40
up the gary glitter

825 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 22:49
Jesus, I feel so lonely. What should I do?

826 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 22:50
>>825
Call someone and talk.

827 :JJ:01/10/27 23:14
>>825
Call me!!! FuFu!

828 :825:01/10/27 23:18
I don't have any one to call.
I want to make friends, but there isn't anyone that I feel
to become friends with around me nowadays.

829 :825:01/10/27 23:22
By the way, JJ isn't your real initials, right?

830 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/27 23:50
how about your parents?

i was thinking the other day about death
my friends father died
i knew him
i have talked to him
i have got car rides from him when i was young
but i felt nothing
i probably won't feel anything if my wife's father dies
i shall cry when my dad and mum die but anyone else
probably not
death is a lonely thing

831 :825:01/10/27 23:56
i am not in good relation with my parents
my father is a selfish man. so is my mother.
but they acted as if they were perfect.
i grew up in a so-called dysfunctional family.
i am something like an adult child.
i am trying to change myself now, but it seems to be a long journey.
by the way, i dont think someone is a cold person if he or she doesnt cry
when his or her friends parent dies.

832 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/28 00:18
>>830
What about your wife? Aren't you gonna cry if she died?

Crying is not for the dead, it is fo the survivors.
You cry when you lost someone you don't dare to lose.
You cry for your loss. You cry to heal yourself.

833 :825:01/10/28 00:29
i am not married. i have someone that i love, but i dont want
to think about his death.

834 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/28 00:49
>>831
Every family has a skeleton in the closet.
No family is perfect.

Stop blaming your parents for your personality.
It won't take you anywhere.
It is just like running around in circles.

You don't need to change, you just need to grow.
Disconnect yourself from your parents.
You've got to be on your own.

835 :825:01/10/28 00:55
i know. i am growing up now. i feel it. i used to blame parents
for my personalities, but that feeling is eventually getting
out from me. but i dont want to rush. if i rush myself to grow,
i think i would go to a wrong way. disconnecting me from parents
and past should be done naturally, i think.

836 :820:01/10/28 01:16
>>821
>>822
Thanx for your kind advice.
Actually I am meeting her tommorow evening
I will try to let her know if there's an oppotunity.
and I will also let you know her reaction.
bye

837 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/29 00:22
>>836
How did it go?

838 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/29 01:00
Hi,
Well, we went to ginza then had an opportunity
talking about table manners.
I told her naturally so almost I myself did not realize
I am trying to say something which could offend her.
She said in her culture the older people
are kind of sticky about table manners too
(because I told her I was told lots about table manners
when I was a child.)
but she was not with me because she thought it was a cusual meeting.
Still, I think since I had told her she was trying not to
make noise while eating. I think we could also make sure
every culture has every different rule so it didnot bring
any hurt feelings between us. and we talked about
the cencership problem of a historical text book too.
I could say 'It was a great meeting, fantastic meeting'
borrowing from Mr. koizumi


839 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/29 12:03
A-G-E!

840 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/29 22:08
(・∀・) < Got 840!

841 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/30 01:44
how nice the only one!!

842 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/30 15:02
(・∀・) < How come this thread is not popular here?
You all dont have anything to say or
You are just not capable to write what youd say
in english? What? Give me the reason.

843 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/30 17:59
age

844 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/30 18:03
うわ〜っ。
英語ばっかりですね。
でも834のageは……

845 :844:01/10/30 18:04
間違えた!
843だったね。

846 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:29



a
g
e

847 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:31
Age ain't nothing but a number.

848 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:33
ラフタ↑

849 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:34
sage is good to use when making bolognese sauce

850 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:35
>>842
(・∀・) < How come this thread is not popular here?
You all dont have anything to say or
You are just not capable to write what youd say
in english? What? Give me the reason.

おまえの英語もたいしたことね〜ぞ

851 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:35
> 842
Talking about English in English is a bit difficult, I suppose.

852 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:39
>>849
どうしてさげ(sage)の“s”は小文字なの?

853 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:40
>>852
バカだからです。

854 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:42
>>852
めんどくさかったから
I am so so sorry for not being fucking perfect and
not taking every little fucking detail in my little life
more seriously. I shall be more careful next time.
Hope you understand sarcasm, darling.

855 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:43
I feel sorry for you.

856 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:50
zzz...

857 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 00:52
>>854
そうですよね。
最初のsを大文字にするのって高等テクニックですよね。
もちろんそんなことは僕も気にしません。
どうせこのスレ見てるやつらにはそんな細かいミス
わかるはず無いし。

858 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:02
that's right.
it is a super technique to make the first 's' a capital letter.
of course, i don't care about that either. and, the
guys who follow this thread cannot understand those details.

859 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:02
お前にダーリン呼ばわりされる筋合いなどではないぞ!(笑
拙者はおぬしの味方じゃ。
なにがsはどうしたじゃ!のう、おぬし。

860 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:06
>>858
that's rightのtが大文字じゃないぞ。
あとitもな。of courseもな。文章をandで始めちゃいかんぞ。
(一応sarcasmということで)
852,853,855,856には難しかったかな〜。
辞書で調べてみなsarcasm。

861 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:06
Why some of the people are writing in Japanese?
Don't we supposed to write in English here?

862 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:07
↑English please.

863 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:09
Are'nt we supposed to write in English here?
ですね。

864 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:10
Shut up!
This is Japan.

865 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:11
ThaT's righT.

866 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:11
No, really?
I thought I was in North Korea.

867 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:12
>>865
ワラタ

868 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:14
だって日本語でしかカキコできないんだからしょうがないでしょ。

869 :エルモのすけ:01/10/31 01:43
>>860
Maybe you haven't ever read message boards that are written in English or chatted in English on line.
People don't care that much about whether you capitalize letters where you supposed to or not, especially on joky message boards like this one 2ちゃんねる, you know.

870 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:47
I know it's annoying, but you should have clicked 「最新50」
before you sent your message.

871 : :01/10/31 01:48
>869
Too difficult to me.
Could you speak more easily? (sorry.)

872 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:51

そうは言っても英語できないんだもの。

873 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 01:54
who gives a fuck

Who gives a fuck.

ahhhh
what the fuck

if the bitches wants to be tetchy go ahead
i personally don't give a fuck
let capital letters be for those who wants to use them

874 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 02:07
I don't know how to use 'fuck', 'bitch', and so on.
BTW, a thread using those words seems to make this
thread stagnant. Don't you think so?

875 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 02:08
how fucking stagnant

876 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 03:51
What's BTW?
I know BMW makes good cars.

877 :s:01/10/31 04:19
i have a girl friend in hk.
oneday, she talked to me through ICQ. i accepted her request of adding her into my icq friend list. then for few months, we had been on good terms.
but recently i found that she is a little rudeness and has sort of dempa, so i was disgusted.
since she has a board into which you can draw a painting, i decided to draw some disgusting picture on it.
after we did it, she inquired and suspected me! so i

878 :100_Ks:01/10/31 05:20
>877
What contents are the pictures which you drew?
Since it seems to be interesting, please let me know.

879 :s:01/10/31 07:19
>>878
most of the pictures are erased. but some of those are still alive.
you know king crimson? i guess you know the most popular album jacket of it. a picture like it is there.
the erased pictures contained nobita killed by doraemon, and other unmeaningful one.

880 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 10:47
(・∀・) < I am really happy to know many people back in this thread
including english snobs who are never in need of english for real.
Anyway, keep working on and it could be a heck of better to this thread
if people use ONLY english.

881 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 11:11
>>876
BTW ="by the way"

882 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 13:10

A
G
E

883 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 14:16
how about choosing a topic that anyone can speak about in english?
may be this thread becomes popular by that way.
by the way, i cant think of any, so someone think about it, please

884 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 16:33
let me think....

885 :名無しさん@1周年:01/10/31 23:58
how about Tell us what bothers you when you speak English?

886 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 00:07


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887 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 00:17
if the topic is the one i have never talked about,
it is very very difficult to cut in the conversation.
for instance, if you don't know much about economics,
you may have never used words (phrases) like 'capital
accumulation', 'indifferent curve', and so on.

collocation also matters, depending on the topic.

888 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 00:35
please notice >>885

889 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 00:51
Hello.
Is anyone there?

890 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 01:00
あげつつ
890!

891 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 01:02
887->888
I wrote 'sometimes the topic bothers me', didn't I?

892 :qqq:01/11/01 01:03
どーもーーーー

893 :qqq:01/11/01 01:05
what are you taliking about? what's the topic? i can't see.

894 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 14:43
what ru guys talking about?

i don't get it as 893

895 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 14:54
>>860

FUCK YOU MUTHA FUCKIN NERD BITCH. WHO ASKED YOU TO CORRECT MY ENGLISH?
OR DO YOU JUST HAVE TOO MUCH TIME? CUZ PPZ DON LIKE YOU SINCE YOU BE FUGLY
AND NERD DORK ASS BITCH?WELL POOR YOU, i DON BLAME YOU.
U CAN JUSS STAY HEA, CORRECT MY SPEELING AND GRAMMAR, TALKIN SHIT ABOUT ME
OR WHATEVA YOU WANNA DO. i JUSS TYPED EVERY WORD WRONG ON PURPOSE FOR UYOU
MUTHA FUCKA. IF YOU FINISH GO GET YOU DOG SUCK YO PUSSY AS YOU ALWAYS DO
CUZ YOU BE SO HORNY BUT U CANT EVEN GET A GUY.
SINCE U BE MUTHA FUCKIN UGLYYYY.WHORE I THINK U SHOULD GO BACK TO JAPAN
NEWAYZ DON EVEN TELL ME LIKE STUDY HARD OR SUMTHING CUZ IT'S NOT YOUR BUSINESS
AND I THINK AT LEAST I KNOW ENGLISH BETTER THAN FUCKIN YOU BIATCH.
PEACE

896 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 14:57
>>887
I agree with you.
I surely believe its important to have many topics
when you talk in 2nd language but there are limitations
of my ablity for memorizing words then I strted to think
if i would have an ablity to say something which i know and
keeps conversation going, i mean something which meets these
two requirments at the same time, it could be not too much to ask.
maybe its the same thing when you speak with your friends in jpn
something we can call "communication strategy".
But its also true there exsist some topics people talk about daily
like sports, cars, bars I do think I should collect info which
i can tell people about these daily topics as im doing with jpn friends.
What was my point?

897 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 14:59
>>895
I do think he is IN japan though..

898 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 15:02
☆☆Tell us what bothers you when you speak English☆☆

899 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 15:38
a

g

e

900 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 16:07
900!

901 :名無しさん@北米板:01/11/01 16:32
な〜んかみんな堅い英語だねぇ〜・・・

902 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 16:37
>>895
If you really believe your English is better than 860,
all you have to do is just sit back and chill out.

You know why?
'Cause it looks nothing but a "Gakugire".

Be cool. OK?

903 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 16:38
it could be heck of better if you said that in english..

904 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 16:40
afraid to say this
but that >>895 was "kopipe".
just ignore.

905 :902:01/11/01 17:42
>>904
I was kind of bored and wanted to make a res, that's all.
Thanks anyway.

906 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 17:47
>>901
so wat mothafucker. get yr ass out of here n go back yr stinkin nest.

907 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 17:53
WHY ALL THESE GUYS GET SO
POLITE WHEN SPEAKING ENGLISH?

908 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 17:56
>>901
日本語で言うところが笑えるw

909 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 18:34
>>907
because thats what we learned from
english classes in school.
plus being polite is not so bad especially
when you are speaking foreign language.
its quite possible to give a horrible impression
if you go "hey man" to strangers.

910 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 18:39
Japanese speaking People are not welcome here.
Is this understood?

911 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 19:14
>>910
"JAPANESE SPEAKING PEOPLE ARE NOT WELCOME HERE.
IS THIS UNDERSTAND?"

It's unbelieable.......I can't help bursting into laughter....

912 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 19:20
なんかさー、
日本語では
ゴルァ(゚д゚)
とか色々ののしり言葉とかレパートリーが豊富なのに、
英語になると途端に大人しく、礼儀正しくなっちゃうんだね。
っていうか、英語で表現する力のレパートリーが極端に少ないだけか。
ミナサン。

913 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 19:22
単純な英語でしか表現できないんだね。
ニュアンスとかも伝えるようにかいてよ。
文章は、必要なことが伝えられればいいだけではなくて
心がこもってないとダメだよ。

914 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 20:28
>>911
I cant find any problem with "Is this understood".
whats so funny?

915 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 20:35
(゚д゚) < you two sound like totally loser. I know people like
you from my friedns. its so typical of you to keep sticking to
japanese when people speak in Eng. Get your ass out of here.
you self-observation english nerds!


916 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 20:54
>>915

who r u talking to?

917 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 20:58
(゚д゚) < oh! I was talking to myself. never mind mind mind!

918 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 21:00
>>917
wat a funny face u have!

919 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 21:05
(゚д゚) < thank you. but your face is just beyond description.

920 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 21:10
>>919

just put your money where your mouth is..

921 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 21:15
(゚¥゚)< ・・・・・・・・・

922 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 21:15
lol

923 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 22:07
This shit's boring.
You guys suck.
Stop talking shit.
I'm going to the other thread.

924 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 23:03
>>923
I'll give you 2 dollars.
Will you suck my dick?

925 :860:01/11/01 23:34
>>895
I reckon the person who wrote 895 is NOT
the same person who wrote 858
but if it is please check out the word SARCASM
but judging from the way you reacted to some of my anonymous
comments after 860 I'm pretty sure that 895 isn't 858.

By the way this thread is really realy crap.
I still can't figure out what you guys are trying to
achieve here.

926 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 23:37
>>925
Then why are you writing here?

927 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 23:50
>>926
So why are YOU writing here?

928 :Yousuke:01/11/01 23:52
Hello, everyone. I am a senior high school student in Japan.
I would like to write English because I want to become a diplomat in the future.
Please teach me!

929 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/01 23:58
Yousuke, your English looks pretty good to me.
How's your pronounciation?
Now that's the hard bit.
Otherwise you are gonna have a
hard time during your erection.

930 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:06
>>929

Hey..what do u ERECT?

931 :Yousuke:01/11/02 00:08
Thank you for your reply.
I think my pronunciation is good. My teacher says so.
But I don't understand what you meant when you said "Otherwise you are gonna have a
hard time during your erection."

932 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:11
>>931

i guess he means u will have a hard time
when having sex with a blonde girl
unlesss u can speak XXX english fluently..

933 :Yousuke:01/11/02 00:20
I don't want to have sex with a blond.
I am still a minor. Please stop verbally molesting me.

934 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:25
Yosuke
Why can you use English so well?
Have you lived in America or so?

935 :Yousuke:01/11/02 00:27
It is very nice of you to say so>>394
I am using a dictionary.

936 :Yousuke:01/11/02 00:31
Please forgive my mistake!
I was talking to >>935

937 :934:01/11/02 00:32
I can't believe you are a senior high school student.
You must be good at English if you use a dictionary.

938 :Yousuke:01/11/02 00:34
I think I am too exhausted after the mid-terms.
I was talking to >>934
I am very sorry.

939 :934:01/11/02 00:37
You are so tired.
Sorry Yousuke.
Do you really want to be a diplomat?

940 :934:01/11/02 00:39
yosuke,
erection means 勃起

941 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:43
may i join?

942 :934:01/11/02 00:44
OK>941

Let's talk with me.

943 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:45
I guess Yosuke-kun will never become a diplomat
with so clumsy sentences..

944 :Youseke:01/11/02 00:45
Of course I knew it>>940
>>941 Yes, please.

945 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:46
>>941
the orgy party has just started.
come on in!

946 :934:01/11/02 00:48
What are we talking about?

947 :Yousuke:01/11/02 00:49
>>943 Then could you teach me how I can improve my English?

948 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:50
we were just talking about the secret of life..

949 :934:01/11/02 00:50
Yousuke

All you have to do is listen,listen,listen,read,read,read
write, write, write.

hehe

950 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:52
well, the other day i was invited to my frieds house
and i figured out i dont have many things to talk about.
my friend is a nice person so he was trying to keep
conversation i felt so sorry for him. its about my english
or ablity for controlling conversation topic i dont know.
Finally he asked my hobby! it was embrassing to be asked
"whats your hobby?" out of the class room. it suggests
we have nothing to talk about. right?

951 :934:01/11/02 00:52
What?>948

952 :934:01/11/02 00:55
>950

That's an interesting story.
It is difficlt to find topics we are all talking about.
But we will try!

953 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:56
>>950
So, What's your hobby?

954 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:57
the secret of life = sex education

u know

955 :934:01/11/02 00:59
Sorry,What's the secret of life?

人生の秘訣?じゃないよね・・・・

956 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 00:59
×Then could you teach me how I can improve my English?

○Then could you tell me how I can improve my English?
~~~~

957 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:00
to my surprise
I couldnt answer it. i mean
do you usually think what is your hobby?
i remember i went like
"wacthing movies reading like that"
and i do think this would lead the end of conversation.
and I started to even think by any chance am i not
good at having conversation with in japanese too??

958 :Yousuke:01/11/02 01:02
Thank you >>956

959 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:02
delete "with"

960 :934:01/11/02 01:05
Sometimes all can't find any topic (like this thread)

So never mind>957

961 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:10
what i wanted to ask was that are you trying to keep up
with their culture?

962 :934:01/11/02 01:13
ん?

963 :Youseke:01/11/02 01:13
>>957, Could you explain what the puchline of your story is?

964 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:14
To my surprise,
I was not able to answer it. I mean,
are you always conscious what your hobby is?
I remember I've said something like this:
"I like watching movies, reading books etc.."
,which ended the conversation quickly.
Now I even started suspecting my communicating ablity
with other people including Japanese.
Maybe it's not a matter of my poor knowledge of English,
but can be that of my own communication skills.

965 :kai:01/11/02 01:14
my friend is playing a boxing match morrow.
it would be his debut so im going to osaka prefectural
gym to cheer him up.whoa!im getting excited.
i bet hell win the match.
he is left handed,and he had had some difficulty in finding opponent
.anyway,im out.

966 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:18
>>964
thanks for the correction.
but i suppose Ive said should be I said.


967 :Yousuke:01/11/02 01:19
>>963 is me.

968 :934:01/11/02 01:20
>>966

What? should be I said??????

969 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:22
oh, sorry there was not any punchline.
Thats my problem I guess.
Isnt it difficult coming up with punchline when
you speak in english?

970 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:24
In order to make your sentences clearer,
you should put the most important
topic at first, then
explanatory ones latter

971 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:25
Ive said/ should be/ I said. i meant.
because we dont use the present perfect to describe
one certain point in the past. right?

972 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:26
>>970
ok i take it into my cosideration.

973 :934:01/11/02 01:28
OK971

but this thread doesn't get moving.............

974 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:28
>>971
yes i think i should have chosen
"I said"
sorry

975 :kai:01/11/02 01:33
hey!what you guys talking bout?garmmar is nothing.
you just try to say what you really want to say.
for instance, i got a fax from canada to-day.
he made some mistake like "im looking forward to see you
brah".its okay you non native speakers make funny lovely
mistakes.beefeaters say "go down the pub"
instead of "go down to the pub"(wara

976 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:33
Tell me how you try to brush up
your writing and speaking
skill.

977 :Yousuke:01/11/02 01:35
>>966
Did you mean that you have said what you think should be said?

978 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:36
nope
note >>971

979 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:36
today english school i go did. the topic too difficult.
some talk politics japan prime minister. i dont know
it. wakarimasuka?

980 : ◆2HxEU4S. :01/11/02 01:37
Hey, you guys are fast posting, right?

>>964
Some of those practiced introducing himself for the 1st grade of eikenn
would know how deliver interesting explanation their hobbies.
Social topics is rather difficult.
But also, just talking hobbies tends to be verbose thing, right.
And, here, 2ch tends to ditest harmonious feeling, "Nareai".
It would be also majour reason we don't to post to this thread.
In real life, when you talk to someone, normally, you would ask the things which
someone you talk to would be found of. You won't talk about your hobbies at first, but ask.

>>965
It reminds me of TV, Gachinko. Boxing is exciting sports to see, yes.

>976
Posting to this board and studing along "Yasabiji。"

981 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:39
I see.
I think thats the point Ive been stuck.
If you dont know the words and phrases to talk
one certain topic, you are not able to join the conversation.
Does anyone have useful suggestion to this problem?

982 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:41
well, what's "Yasabiji"?

983 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:41
i got really important test coming up tommorrow. ohhh mannn, i'm scared to
get failed. have you guys who has studied in usa or some where not
in japan ever gotten a F grade? question.is that true that if you
got any F grade on your record you wouldn't be able to
transfer to any other school. somebody answer me,please........

984 :kai:01/11/02 01:42
well, i cant get no sleeeeeeeep!so bad.i usually fool around
in the nite time to relax.tv sux,women boring.
i rather play a trick on nards like u.haha.


985 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:42
I have a good idea.

Someone should suggest a topic and
several word lists related to that topic.
People should use at least one word from the list..

986 :934:01/11/02 01:43
nerds

987 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:44
>>980
I was studying by using yasabiji then I quit
because I thoguht the words and expressions used in that
text book were little bit exaggerated. But it would be
a good idea using that text book to know the topic
we can talk.

988 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:45
>>984
I'd rather to play a trick on girls..

989 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:47
>>983
then you must be staying in the us.
sorry ive never had an exprience like that.

>>982
やさしいビジネス英語

990 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:48
basic business english is goood..

991 :934:01/11/02 01:49
What have you done so far to improve your English ability?

A boring topic?

992 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:49
!!!ok somebody pleeeease set up the new thread!!!

993 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:49
BTW, this thread is running short..

we'll need another one real soon

994 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:50
WE NEED A NEW ONE REAL SOON

995 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:52
well,,
i just studied at KUMON in order to
improve my reading skills..

996 :934:01/11/02 01:53
How did you feel about Kumon?

997 :kai:01/11/02 01:53
>>980
ill teach you a good word"pugilism"
i didnt use it in case nobody undeastand it.
box often make weakers nose shorten like pug.
pugilism originally came from this.take care.

998 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:54
I want to get 1000!

999 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:54
>>995
no ads please

1000 :名無しさん@1周年:01/11/02 01:54
1000

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このスレッドは1000を超えました。
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