Chat in English (英語で雑談) part 203

レス数が1000を超えています。これ以上書き込みはできません。
     _n_
    // |ヽ\
┏─┐/ / | ヽ \
┃千│⌒⌒⌒‖⌒⌒⌒
┃利│   ‖
┃休│   ‖
┠─┘  [二]
┃ _ロ==(´・ω・)<drink Ayataka
┃/ (::) ( >oy>o\
/日[二]と__)_{三}\
 ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄


Previous Thread:
Chat in English (英語で雑談) part 202
http://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1502872213/

Hey!!! All you NEETs, nerds, YouTube link spammers, pedophiles, neo-Nazis,
Yukorin enthusiasts, Nanako SOS admirers, Part-Time-Preachers,
Diplomats' spoiled sons, losers who can't remember Kanji characters,
Big-boobs fans, Weeaboo from around the world, learners of Japanese
who are too lazy to update their Japanese blogs very often, cunning
linguists, stupid fan girls of Johnny's Boys, Touhou pirates, and
that electrical super-gay who suffers from mental disease - This is your thread!
Let's hope the Internet-addicted housewife will come back soon!

We all wish for permanent world peace!

Let’s have Ayatana and chat

Ayataka is good, but Ooi ocha is the best.

So you don’t have to worry worry. I want to protect you

>>1
thank you for creating the new thread.
when i drink ayataka, i have a sore throat somehow.
i have taken a liking to oolong tea and tried several brands recently.

Have you tried transparent milk tea? It tastes deceptively good. I drink it every single day.

"transparent" milk tea??
i have never heard of that.
it sounds like pessimistic optimist or bitter sweetness, as i assume milk is always white or off white.

>>7
You are literally living in 80s or what? It’s in trend!!

>>7
https://i.imgur.com/X0Mowqh.jpg

This one. You can find it everywhere in japan.

This kind of seasoned clear drink is getting popular in Japan. I like irohasu ones.

>>8-9
epic...
this is my first time to see the product and i think i must give it a try.
about 15 years ago, suntory researched and developed blue rose which people had thought was impossible to exist.
they made it again!

12名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 058c-BYga)2017/10/11(水) 23:58:44.55ID:ZQiqRiOQ0
>>1
Thanks.
It's been a week or so since the name 2chan was changed to 5chan.
Rumor has it that it's to avoid a lawsuit risk, but from the perspective of brand
loyalty, that was in my opinion, the worst decision. The name 2chan has special
place in us, what's called "2channelers." 2chan have underground feel to it.
It's not, hey just change 2 to 5, then everything will be all right kind of thing.
It's said 2chan is getting less populated because of the rise of other social media's popularity.
The name change could spur the trend even more. Are we 5channelers now?
Heck, NO.

13jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 7bd1-HnJS)2017/10/12(木) 01:20:49.31ID:F9oc3CDs0
That clear tea is interesting. I've never seen that, but I'll keep an eye out. Does it taste like normal
milk tea?

i heard someone picked a remon tea thinking that it should be a milk tea.
due to the transparency, that seems unpredictable.

15jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 7bd1-HnJS)2017/10/12(木) 07:45:06.82ID:F9oc3CDs0
>>14
I think if you don't look at the label, you can't blame anyone else.

16名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/12(木) 10:31:43.50ID:wy4YvUAd0
>>12
I feel only because of ”2” channel., this place could shine with the atmosphere of freedom and chaos
like a jungle while being hated by the Japanese public
The 5 channel looks to be for the birds.

What a butt! A lady standing in front of me on the train has amazing butt. Can I take a photo?

18名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 13be-4FuW)2017/10/12(木) 10:54:06.07ID:QqQR3Rhp0
no plobrem.

I want to get a bubble ass. So I trained my ass a lot recently.

it can create everything nowadays, despite transparent milk tea.

>>20
What do you mean?

The day that I become the invisible man of the milk tea flavor is close.

23名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/12(木) 16:55:26.67ID:wy4YvUAd0
>>21
Hi, Justin !

>>21
hahaha, I just wanted to say it, it doesn't have any meaning.

>>20
i can emit transparent milk from my dick!

I deicided that I won’t eat carbos like rice, breads, noodles this month to lose some weight. I’m becoming a pig!

>>26
I think you shouldn't take fat rather than carbohydrate.

>>27
Carbos and fat are equally important, but getting rid of carbos in my diet is the easiest, me thinks

29名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/13(金) 00:10:55.28ID:Gi7Qyy640
>>27
I'm not certain about it but, when writing English,
isn't " I don't think you should take..." better than "I think you shouldn't take..."?

>>29
oh, thank you for your advice.

japanese teenagers seem to tend to buy iphone even when they actually want to buy a different smartphone.
"peer pressure" is what made them do so and i think that it is a bit ridiculous.
if they continue to live their daily lives in such a way in various aspects,
they will eventually be deprived of their natural ability to decide which way to go in future.
they should get what they want to get.

Speaking of which, it’s kinda crazy to see high schoolers using such expensive phones like iPhone is over 100,000 yen. They use them like no big deal.

33名無しさん@英語勉強中 (GB 0H05-6M7B)2017/10/13(金) 01:09:43.13ID:CCo2aEEnH
100K is bigger than my annual total of monthly allowances from my parents when I was a HS student.
Damn.

34名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41be-4FuW)2017/10/13(金) 01:11:23.94ID:Dt81YmrD0
that is like my weight hehehe

35jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 7bd1-HnJS)2017/10/13(金) 01:38:39.53ID:lpVucbrg0
>>17
Just enjoy it. If you take a picture, you're a creep.

>>29
In >>27, it would probably be better to write, "I think you should avoid fat rather than carbs."
The two ways you wrote it, can actually both be used in English, and they have slightly different meanings.
I don't think either one is really right for this situation though.
If you say "I don't think you should x" then you're saying "x" isn't a good idea, but you aren't giving
another suggestion and this isn't a strongly worded statement.
If you say, "I think you shouldn't y" then you are saying that doing "y" is a bad idea, and they should avoid it.
That's a stronger statement, but the difference is subtle. Like the difference between "bad" and "not good."

Here's an example: I don't like sweet potatoes. I don't DISLIKE them, but I don't really enjoy them. Occasionally
I eat sweet potatoes but I don't request them to be made. I don't hate sweet potatoes, but I don't like them either.

36名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/13(金) 10:25:14.48ID:Gi7Qyy640
>>35
when I thought it over, the meanings of the two was a little different, as you said.

A. I think you shouldn't take fat rather than carbohydrate. あなたは炭水化物よりもむしろ脂肪を摂るべきではないと私は思う
B. I don't think you should take far rather than carbohydrate. あなたは炭水化物よりもむしろ脂肪を摂るべきであると私は思わない

In this case, A is rather right after all, ということですよね?

I have thought it was the wrong sentence that is like "I think that you + verb + not " instead "I don't think that you + verb"

but it's on a case by case basis, なんですね。


これで意味通じるかなあxD

>>35
it's a very interesting.

>>36
I should have used 'avoid'

38名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/13(金) 12:00:19.59ID:Gi7Qyy640
>>37
Of course, it would be the best,
if about making a choice between A and B,

39名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/13(金) 12:12:04.39ID:Gi7Qyy640
I rewrited >>38


Of course, it would be the best,
I mean if making a choice between A and B,

40名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H63-3ADv)2017/10/13(金) 12:21:51.18ID:09Wuv9U7H
>>32
Agree.

People I hate #1
People who don't answer questions directely and try to make you feel dumb ass.
-At airport-
Me "Excuse me sir, which line should I stand for imigration?"
Sucker " What does the sign say?"

42名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H63-3ADv)2017/10/13(金) 12:48:12.90ID:09Wuv9U7H
>>27
Iose weight by such ways of pressing unnaturally is abnormal.

43名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/13(金) 13:44:40.95ID:Gi7Qyy640
>>41
Which airport?

I've heard that in some Europian countries there are many groups of thieves
who at first speak to a tourist, pretening to be just a man in the street,
while another member of the gang snatches the tourist's bag.
So, the sucker just maybe waryed of fraud.

>>41
LOL

>>1
Thanks, for your work!
I'm getting hugry, but I've not eaten yet.
Then I ask everyone who are here.
What do you want to eat for dinner?

>>45
Meat!

>>46
What's kind of meat do you want?

horse

>>47
I prefer chicken breast strips.

Which person are you? Lol or haha

I don't know how to cook any horse meat, I've never eaten the meat.


>>49
Though I heard first time about the meal, it sounds nice.
Tell me how to cook the meal,please.

>>51
I recommend steamed with Japanese sake.

Fuck are you doing fool?
Get out of here fool?
Im gonna smash you fool?
Omisoshiru no otoufu?
Oosakafu?
Kyotofu?
Toukyoto chofu?

54名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41be-4FuW)2017/10/14(土) 01:13:24.13ID:rzMoa9wB0
tonight is 13th friday so i want to have sex!

55jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 7bd1-HnJS)2017/10/14(土) 03:10:43.94ID:0ioFUQ3K0
>>36-39
I think you guys understand the difference in those sentences. And it's true that "avoid" would
have been better for the original sentence.

>>45
Last night for dinner, I made pork chops with corn and apple sauce on the side. It was very good.

>>55
Animal slaughter!!

57jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 7bd1-HnJS)2017/10/14(土) 04:14:40.53ID:0ioFUQ3K0
>>56
That pig was already dead. Isn't it better for me to eat him, than for the meat to go to waste?

pork chop sounds goood!
lately i eat half priced dish (´・ω・`)
https://i.imgur.com/lXeik1W.jpg

59jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 7bd1-HnJS)2017/10/14(土) 05:57:42.71ID:0ioFUQ3K0
>>58
I like to rub it with salt and pepper on both sides, and then cook it for a few minutes per side
in a really really hot skillet. I like to use my cast iron pan because aluminum ones don't get hot enough.

Your food looks pretty tasty too, but the egg yolk looks a little weird.
I have that meal probably once a week or so. The store marks down their bento stuff around the same
time I get off work.

People I hate #1 part2
People who don't answer your questions directely and try to make you feel like dumb ass.

Me "Excuse me sir, does this bus stop at gate 30F?
Sucker "This bus stops from 30A through 30J"
Me "So,, does this bus stop at 30F?"
Sucker "This bus stops from 30A through 30J"

It’s raining outside. I can’t be bothered to go out.

62こうさん (TWW 0H6b-zItx)2017/10/14(土) 17:11:03.78ID:pBqwKGnAH
I’m from Taiwan, I’m learning Japanese.

Yay for that!

64名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/14(土) 20:32:24.53ID:s1F++Wfj0
I just take a look 4ch, look like fun
I dont know how to use 4ch very much,
but I am interested in the thread "what euros think of each other":)
it's a delicate matter, though
I want to try Asian version of it.(^^

65名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/14(土) 21:13:51.09ID:s1F++Wfj0
>>62
Hi, こうさん!
江さん and 愛ちゃん had a baby.
I guess the baby must be so so adorable

What word starts with "f" and ends with "uck"?

67名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/14(土) 21:36:39.81ID:s1F++Wfj0
I just noticed that I dont know which country is where on the map of Europe
Do Japanese here know?

Of course. Even pre-schooler in Japan know that. If you don’t, you are one of those baka Americans. Rumor has it that so many of them can’t locate New York lol

69名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/14(土) 22:06:34.93ID:s1F++Wfj0
>>68
I'm Japanese, not american.(* >ω<)=3 プー

70名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/14(土) 22:19:24.35ID:s1F++Wfj0
I guess most Japanese dont know where is Germany or France on the map accurately
They might know just only GB

If that’s the case, they are jsut ignorant as fuck

>>62
so i will tell you one japanese phrase.
when you leave your office before someone, you should tell him/her like
"saki datsu fuko wo oyurusi kudasi"
(先立つ不幸をお許しください).
you can covey proper impression!

>>62
So?

>>70
And maybe Italy too.
There is very easy too see.

75名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/14(土) 23:37:54.18ID:s1F++Wfj0
>>72
You suck!

76名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/14(土) 23:43:47.58ID:s1F++Wfj0
変な人が増えたね、ここ

>>76
For example?

People who somehow write in Japanese?

a kind of coffee drink called "goth latte" seems to be hot selling in the uk and australia.
this contains activated charcoal which is very good for human health as it gets rid of toxic substance from human body.
the color combination of black & white also looks attractive for me.
i can't wait for this product to be rolled out in japan too.

I just deleted all Taylor Swift’s songs on my phone because I found out she is a fucking republican!

Why is that the wild fire is happening in California? Wish that would happen in Texas and all repunlicans die in a freaking fire!!!!

82名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/15(日) 16:41:40.95ID:+6HOTHR20
>>80
Why do you hate republicans in America.?
Aren't you Japanese?
You have nothing to do with them

83名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 018d-B6a6)2017/10/15(日) 19:56:08.42ID:A+Bzv1AT0
He's Korean.

84名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スッップ Sd33-Zehc)2017/10/15(日) 19:57:18.56ID:O3ENEil/d
lol

I got the transparent milk tea you guys were talking about today. It was alright.

Yeah, it is not bad at all.

87名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41be-4FuW)2017/10/16(月) 02:22:17.37ID:HQdJA68a0
>>85
your milk also become transparent, be care.

Ask someone to say SILK 5 times. They will go:

SILK
SILK
SILK
SILK
SILK
Now ask them: “What does the cow drink?”

‘MILK’ will be the swift answer they provide!

Enjoy their reaction after you tell them that the cow drinks water and not milk.

>>88
The cow I mean It's just a small cow so he definitely drink milk

90名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hcb-3ADv)2017/10/16(月) 18:41:45.95ID:Il2Z48+cH
>>85
Where can I get that anyway?
Sounds so interesting.

>>78
No idea.Sorry.

>>90
You can get it anywhere.

>>82
You don't know japanese way of japanese
in America.
They have a lot of good relations between repualicans a lot.

Too much drinking transparent milk tea will turn your milk into transparent. Once you get transparent milk, you never be able to make your babies. Be careful.

>>92
Really!

i didn't know that having your skin tatooed has a risk of several serious diseases.
i don't intend to try tatoo myself, i was simply stunned at the fact.
i guess most of young people didn't think carefully before having their skins tatooed.
just as a cool way of expressing themselves...

97名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 53b5-B6a6)2017/10/16(月) 21:46:54.54ID:TLdzw8fW0
If you have a tattoo, you are not allowed to enter hot springs in Japan.
I wonder if most of gaijin who want to come to Japan know this fact, especially
onsen lovers.

Gaiiins are too shy about being completely naked in onsen. So they don’t go there.

99名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/16(月) 22:08:21.44ID:jX0c6pe+0
Most English speakers say "shit, shit, fuck, fuck" every few minites
Shit means クソ!(糞) in Japanese. 糞 is crap..
Japanease also sometimes use クソ!when things didnt go well
that is, these two words are totally the same in meaning and a way to use. That's fun :)

 

100名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM0d-7KRg)2017/10/16(月) 22:13:07.45ID:JfK9FYEjM
>>103
You!Totally no class.

101名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99bd-6zrO)2017/10/16(月) 22:32:35.83ID:6LrJCBwv0
I used to say “kuso” a lot when I was younger. But I’m a full grown-up now. Don’t use such vulgar words anymore...me thinks

102名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM0d-7KRg)2017/10/16(月) 22:32:48.99ID:JfK9FYEjM
>>100
No reason but now I think tatoo is not
freaquently see every where.

103名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 53b5-B6a6)2017/10/16(月) 22:45:13.91ID:TLdzw8fW0
”めちゃくちゃ”is one of useful Japanese words, i think
we can use it insted of "kuso".

104名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99bd-6zrO)2017/10/16(月) 22:51:58.42ID:6LrJCBwv0
Mechakucha sounds so childish.... only teens can use it

true love can not be redeemed for cash.

106名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 49f1-3ADv)2017/10/16(月) 23:43:29.62ID:cIvX9ada0
>>107
What?

107名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 01a8-DK+R)2017/10/16(月) 23:57:40.03ID:BsOm3lJT0
Why are you guys replying to a future post?

108名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/17(火) 10:15:56.80ID:4nxxyA590
>>107
he did it on purpose
in fact, he said nothing but a neutral comment

109名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 49f1-3ADv)2017/10/17(火) 15:37:28.33ID:1S7XpoII0
>>110
Maybe sick for love affaire.

110名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H05-3ADv)2017/10/17(火) 15:40:48.56ID:1S7XpoIIH
>>105
I guess the both words have different meaning.
How's that?

111名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41be-4FuW)2017/10/17(火) 15:45:09.16ID:tfk/6eG/0
these days, the temp is not stable (yeseterday i turned on air conditioner for warmth but at the last week for cooler)
so i dont feel comfortable.
and at the next satuday, high temp will come again reportedly.

112名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/17(火) 16:41:01.55ID:4nxxyA590
I want this.
what do you say?
http://amzn.asia/jcMkoI6

113名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99bd-6zrO)2017/10/17(火) 17:11:26.51ID:9e24is/80
It looks good if you are handsome enough to rock that one.

114名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41be-4FuW)2017/10/17(火) 17:23:19.86ID:tfk/6eG/0
that lines up xxxl. so good.

115名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウウー Sa1d-dNZn)2017/10/17(火) 18:25:35.49ID:5n3bMwOca
I was 19 years old happy birthday. I'm happy everyone was and spend the last 10 generations

116名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/17(火) 19:03:29.70ID:4nxxyA590
I will buy it though I am a real cunt-face ?(???)?

What kind of face is that? Lol

118名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 8bcf-+ZlS)2017/10/17(火) 19:57:25.04ID:4lZBuBgt0
I need to buy winter clothes because it's getting colder there days,
but I can't purchase without try them on.

119名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99bd-6zrO)2017/10/17(火) 21:33:12.58ID:9e24is/80
I used to be “fashionable” to some degree, but I’ve become a full uniqloer now.

>>119
don't you think uniqlo products make you look fashionable?
being fashionable depends on not what you wear but who wears it, doesn't it?

121名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8bcf-B6a6)2017/10/17(火) 23:51:26.91ID:4nxxyA590
>>118
You can return most of clothes of amazon wiith freight free.

122名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e92e-+ZlS)2017/10/18(水) 01:15:53.02ID:YEWR4Gpi0
>>121
I know, but I can't be bothered.

i went to a near supermarket and found the suntory's transparent milk tea you guys talked about.
a spcial corner was set up for it and tons of bottles were displayed.
it was spectacular.

124jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 7bd1-HnJS)2017/10/18(水) 09:33:54.38ID:YwjfaSNB0
>>123 it was spectacular

Do you mean the display, or the drink?

>>124
i meant the display by that.
cartons were piled up, a special signage was set up and
a showcard with shop stuff's recommendation comment was attached to a carton.
i bought 1 and plan to drink it tomorrow morning as the product name is "premium morning tea".

126jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 7bd1-HnJS)2017/10/18(水) 09:50:08.46ID:YwjfaSNB0
>>125
Oh, nice. I hope it's tasty. You'll have to let us know.

I haven't been to a Japanese market since we all started talking about the clear tea, so I don't know
if it's available here yet. If I see it, I'll definitely get a bottle.

127名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41be-4FuW)2017/10/18(水) 10:00:44.16ID:Pl1AdnfL0
i go to local supermarkets and will take the pics if they are there.

>>126
okey-dokey.

129名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99bd-6zrO)2017/10/18(水) 11:09:04.81ID:HDbuk2LX0
I personally prefer this one to the clear milk tea.

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

130名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99bd-6zrO)2017/10/18(水) 16:43:10.62ID:HDbuk2LX0
The election is coming. The soundbites and loud election cars are getting annoying.

131名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41be-4FuW)2017/10/18(水) 16:49:09.73ID:Pl1AdnfL0
erection is rather important for me.

132名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 01a8-DK+R)2017/10/18(水) 16:54:21.63ID:fXWkxVCo0
Let's get your dick erected, emit your transparent milk and collect them.

133名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41be-4FuW)2017/10/18(水) 16:58:58.17ID:Pl1AdnfL0
wwww

>>129
I like this one.
Taste no problem.

135名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 8b19-fQUT)2017/10/18(水) 19:58:36.43ID:K48cLGU50
Dont get cofused it with calpis as before.

>>130
Agree.
However that's interesting.
No any other country has such way of
PR.

137jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/19(木) 02:01:58.31ID:3QRSPhWv0
I went to the Japanese market yesterday, but they didn't have any transparent tea.
However, it may be that things are a little up-in-the-air right now, because they are remodeling
the store, so they might not have everything out.
Maybe they'll have it soon. I'm still optimistic!

138名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/19(木) 02:29:14.22ID:CWT+8sN80
It must be so weird to see white people shopping at the Japanese market.

139jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/19(木) 03:26:27.82ID:3QRSPhWv0
>>138
I mean, I'm a minority there, but it's still America. Nobody looks twice.

140jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/19(木) 06:04:31.57ID:3QRSPhWv0
Do any of you know Ranma ½?
I just found out I can stream it online, so I'm pretty excited. I love that show, and I haven't seen it in
probably a decade.

141名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 19be-eQhK)2017/10/19(木) 07:17:07.98ID:7BLvL/LA0
amazon prime video in jpn is full of anime, such as city hunter series, oishinbo, black jack, esper mami, zambot3,
these videos make us corrupt easily thinking that the monthly fee is 400Yen.

142jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/19(木) 09:21:02.90ID:3QRSPhWv0
>>141
Amazon doesn't have much anime for me, but between Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Netflix, I can watch
most things. Then there are always torrents too. I like using legal services if they're convenient
so I was pretty stoked when I saw Ranma on Hulu recently.

>>146
Torrent site gone down quite freaqently.

144名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スップ Sd7a-4Gst)2017/10/19(木) 14:45:04.02ID:Xzbqpk03d
hello friends

145名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スップ Sd7a-4Gst)2017/10/19(木) 14:45:26.19ID:Xzbqpk03d
hello guys

146名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/19(木) 14:49:11.36ID:CWT+8sN80
Hello

147名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0He2-wDzn)2017/10/19(木) 14:50:04.63ID:mOcOd/CgH
>>144
Hi!

148名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-yLUf)2017/10/19(木) 15:24:04.10ID:PcYjiTYe0
asl?

149名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/19(木) 19:36:22.57ID:CWT+8sN80
You guys have been talking about transparent drinks so I go this one today. I personally like this best.

https://i.imgur.com/0mlCSHG.jpg

150名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/19(木) 20:07:08.95ID:mA6vmQsN0
kek=lol=w←(for 2ch)

is this OK?

>>149
a-ha! This one taste very nice.

152名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW fdf1-wDzn)2017/10/19(木) 23:20:44.29ID:VnQB0p2M0
>>138
You're mr.say one word too many.

153名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ c18c-aYWJ)2017/10/19(木) 23:37:21.13ID:NH7EC1H00
On October 12th, Thursday, President Donald Trump tweeted about the mass
shooting in Las Vegas. He said something like the tragedy last Sunday, but the
tragic incident happened on October 1st.

From my (wrong?) point of view, "last Sunday" at the point of the tweet was supposed
to mean October 8th. But then again, a week starts from Sunday, so October 8th was
this week's Sunday, not last Sunday at the point of the president's tweet?
I'm really confused.

My question is, when you say "last Sunday" on October 12th, Thursday, what date
does it mean?

154jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/20(金) 01:12:03.43ID:IOM0OHtk0
>>143
Yes, I don't torrent nearly as much as I used to because some really good sites have gone down.
That's why it's nice that the legal options have gotten better.

>>149
Is that a transparent yogurt drink? Crazy! Does it taste like a normal one?

>>150
I don't think anyone really says kek anywhere but 4chan...

>>153
It's not clear in that usage. It could mean either one.That's why it isn't good to
use last/this/next [day of the week]. It's usually ambiguous.

155名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/20(金) 02:18:30.35ID:HGXr8bOJ0
>>154
It doesn’t taste the regular yogurt drink. It’s like yogurt water or something. Very light and easy to drink, me thinks.

156名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ c18c-nU6U)2017/10/20(金) 11:06:23.01ID:zZrkwD4N0
>>154

Oh, Thanks. I thought Trump was so preoccupied with other things that he has lost the track of time.

157名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/20(金) 13:45:46.94ID:0dJuY1Vk0
>>154
>I don't think anyone really says kek anywhere but 4chan..

Really? then is this OK?

lol=w

i drank the transparent "premium morning tea" at last.
it really smelled and tasted just as milk tea.
if you change the bottle for another one, everybody must believe it is water.
you shouldn't forget this drink contains caffeine as milk tea does.
if you are allergic to it, don't drink it!

159名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f9a8-yLUf)2017/10/20(金) 22:12:25.92ID:mREuHFzW0
After I drunk it, my rich white milk turned into transparent milk. What should I do?

160名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/20(金) 23:09:40.98ID:HGXr8bOJ0
Why is that you are always so hetai!!!?!?

161名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/20(金) 23:29:31.59ID:0dJuY1Vk0
>>160
They think here are only men
Or, they think it's OK to act like in 4ch here

こいつらはヘンタイのバカです

162名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW fa1d-bVje)2017/10/21(土) 00:13:44.53ID:qCC6UCMA0
Why can't you just ignore him?
You're annoying as him

163jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/21(土) 01:20:53.73ID:fUCY2bbo0
>>156
Of course, that's also a possibility. He's a moron.

>>157
Probably.

164名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f9a8-yLUf)2017/10/21(土) 01:32:09.10ID:eB66za8g0
I died laughing when I find oxford dictionary has the word of "hentai".
https://i.imgur.com/3iHA6jl.jpg

165名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/21(土) 01:43:13.64ID:i0iw2SPQ0
Hentai has become an English word already like bukkake.

166名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 19be-eQhK)2017/10/21(土) 01:53:37.17ID:Y4nCNiSe0
bukkake transparent milk!

167jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/21(土) 02:17:01.37ID:fUCY2bbo0
>>165
Yes, but the usage is a little different than original Japanese. In English, it's probably 90% used to
refer to anime porn, and 9% manga porn. We don't use it to describe people at all. It's a noun.

168名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hd1-wDzn)2017/10/21(土) 04:22:21.38ID:6kj/pMxuH
So many people knows dark side of Japan...

169名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hd1-wDzn)2017/10/21(土) 04:30:02.52ID:6kj/pMxuH
The general election has come closer to the end.

What's your opinion?
Who's your favourite?

170jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/21(土) 04:30:57.98ID:fUCY2bbo0
>>168
Actually Japan has a reputation online of being full of really weird things, especially when it comes
to sex. Choose your favorite search engine and try "japan strange" you'll see tons of lists and pictures.
Here's a random video on youtube which I did not watch, so it might be NSFW
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vP-BbkjNm0

171名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hd1-wDzn)2017/10/21(土) 04:55:48.91ID:6kj/pMxuH
>>170
Which country are you in?
Just in case.

172名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f9a8-yLUf)2017/10/21(土) 07:00:29.09ID:eB66za8g0
California US

173名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 19be-sGqZ)2017/10/21(土) 07:09:32.04ID:POMg3Lzc0
>>170
what is bagel head?
i have never seen that before in jpn.

174名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 19be-sGqZ)2017/10/21(土) 07:14:42.36ID:POMg3Lzc0
and also i have never seen woman sitting on the counter splitting her legs apart at a fast food restaurant.

175名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f9a8-yLUf)2017/10/21(土) 07:22:12.59ID:eB66za8g0
Its appeard only in porn movie

176名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hd1-wDzn)2017/10/21(土) 07:47:07.38ID:6kj/pMxuH
>>162
What do you mean?

177名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-yLUf)2017/10/21(土) 10:13:59.62ID:L6ZSgfSi0
Hi Justin

178名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/21(土) 10:42:10.98ID:i0iw2SPQ0
Fuck all politicians in Japan. They suck

179名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 4d2e-Zm9t)2017/10/21(土) 13:54:35.55ID:SiWa7R1Y0
>>178
I agree. I especially think almost all female politicians don't have ability as a lowmaker.

180名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ f98d-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 15:17:10.15ID:QSnSCNyV0
Good politicians do exist, but they don't get covered by the media
nearly as much as bad ones.

Also, I didn't know this until relatively recently, but the good ones
in the LDP have been persuading Abe to adjust the course to the
right direction. This started early this year, and they seem to have
some limited but positive success. I am counting on them for further
persuasion.

181名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ f98d-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 15:33:57.31ID:QSnSCNyV0
And I want to make it clear that Ishiba is not one of the good ones.

182名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/21(土) 15:46:29.44ID:i0iw2SPQ0
I don’t like Abe. I have no idea why such a low IQ and low academic background guy has become the prime minister of Japan for such a long time? Just a spoiled kid from a good family.

183名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM71-wgtS)2017/10/21(土) 16:10:36.52ID:4iPXtBnVM
>>182
You have no head.Get lost!

184名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 16:26:05.28ID:Lz6O6VsK0
>>162
then that's their intention,
because their purpose is sowing obscene things before the public

185157 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 16:26:43.85ID:Lz6O6VsK0
>>164
thanks

186名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 16:31:33.59ID:Lz6O6VsK0
>>167
such kind of information is very useful. for Japanese, I think.
thanks.

187名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 16:47:25.26ID:Lz6O6VsK0
> such a low IQ and low academic background guy

this phrase suggests how the recent generation have only the shallow and one-sided point of view.
they say this with a serious mind, I cant beieve it.

188名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/21(土) 16:52:08.96ID:i0iw2SPQ0
Also Abe is totally rigged about the Moritomo and Kake school things. If this was South Korea, Abe would be impeached and follow Park Guen-hye’s suit and be jailed for sure.

Abe destoryed democacy in Japan.

189名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 16:53:27.80ID:Lz6O6VsK0
sorry, >>184  の rewrite

then that's their intention,
their purpose is to show obscene things before the public

190名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 18:00:59.93ID:Lz6O6VsK0
>>188
We have no chice but LDP as the Japanese liberal politicians are too stupid
One leader of an opposition party, she is an avid supporter of pacifist Constitution,
was once asked on TV, "If the enemy invades Japan, what would you do? "
she replied,
"I will resolve the conflict with words",
"If they are well armed ? you fight with them? "
"No, I dont want to kill anybody, I will rather to be killed than to kill someone "
then she has no idea to protect her old parents or little chidren.
She is ok to die due to her beliefs but parents and children wouldn't die
She didn't realize it because she cared only about herself
Lack of imagination, this is a true picture of Japanese liberal politicians

191名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/21(土) 18:15:35.68ID:i0iw2SPQ0
Ok. You’re one of those netouyos.

Next.

192名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 19be-eQhK)2017/10/21(土) 18:23:18.82ID:Y4nCNiSe0
hentai talk is rather better than political talk.
these are typically lengthy.

193名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 9ab5-bcII)2017/10/21(土) 18:40:14.16ID:iEpYNf+B0
people who want to change Japan are going to die from typhoon tomorrow.
that makes me laugh

194名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 4d2e-Zm9t)2017/10/21(土) 19:14:57.09ID:SiWa7R1Y0
anyway, we have to go to vote tomorrow, if you have the suffrage.

195名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 19be-eQhK)2017/10/21(土) 19:33:10.48ID:Y4nCNiSe0
why in the midst of typhoon? crazy!

196名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f9a8-yLUf)2017/10/21(土) 20:38:30.12ID:eB66za8g0
Is there anyone who is gonna take an TOEIC exam tomoro?

197イギリス人 (ワッチョイ ceb2-t1T1)2017/10/21(土) 21:40:51.64ID:Q8dsfTQ30
Selfishly, I hope the typhoon is strong enough to give us a day off work.
On Monday, I have to host chourei at my office. Chourei is one of the worst
things ever created.

198名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW f9a8-yLUf)2017/10/21(土) 21:47:25.13ID:eB66za8g0
I totally agree with you. Chorei is like a military custom. Why do we have to do it in the office? So awkward

199名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/21(土) 21:50:03.84ID:i0iw2SPQ0
Ew another gaijin! Stink! Stink!! Stink!!!

200名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 19be-eQhK)2017/10/21(土) 21:58:37.03ID:Y4nCNiSe0
let us hentai!

201名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/21(土) 22:10:12.79ID:i0iw2SPQ0
Hell yeah! Henrai saves the world!

202名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha2-wDzn)2017/10/21(土) 22:20:57.45ID:UThZI5OTH
>>192
Mr.bullshit said.

203名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha2-wDzn)2017/10/21(土) 22:21:26.17ID:UThZI5OTH
>>194
Agree.

204名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha2-wDzn)2017/10/21(土) 22:27:23.17ID:UThZI5OTH
>>199
lost! lost! lost!
You're hentai.

205名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW d619-O+/F)2017/10/22(日) 00:28:22.58ID:nS7Q64FK0
It is said the word エッチ comes from hentai.
So hentai isn't such a bizarre word originally.

206名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 19be-eQhK)2017/10/22(日) 00:31:59.33ID:DTQDOipL0
エッチ is made by sanma akashiya.
he says sexual activity evolve like G(自慰:self-job) > H(intercourse) > I(愛:confime love).

faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar wwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

It is raining cats and dogs.

I’m going to vote later

Take care.
Please buy me some korokkes on the way home.

211名無しさん@そうだ選挙に行こう! Go to vote! (選挙行ったか?W 19be-eQhK)2017/10/22(日) 15:11:57.27ID:DTQDOipL0VOTE
i went voting and bought tonziru and takoyaki on my way home.

>>205
>>206
lost!

unco

I went to vote but no korrokes.

It’s raining so hard outside and somehow the sound of typhoon sexually arouse me...

215名無しさん@そうだ選挙に行こう! Go to vote! (選挙行ったか?W 19be-eQhK)2017/10/22(日) 19:09:26.34ID:DTQDOipL0VOTE
so run outside being naked.

216名無しさん@そうだ選挙に行こう! Go to vote! (選挙行ったか?WW 8122-z7uK)2017/10/22(日) 19:41:22.10ID:SE4g88Qp0VOTE
i've come here right now and plz give me a brief summary in 3 lines (ima kita san gyo)

i had to work today and on my way home, i was soaked to the skin as it rained so hard.
i have to work tomorrow too and i am pretty sure i will be soaked again before i arrive at the office.
i don't like typhoons.

218名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ササクッテロロ Sp85-EJ5B)2017/10/22(日) 22:31:16.56ID:jX8Diqlip
くそスレ

219名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/22(日) 23:57:49.45ID:k6fa+GpG0
Fuck Abe! This criminal should be jailed.

220名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM71-wgtS)2017/10/22(日) 23:59:56.21ID:A8wvUZlAM
>>222
You bullshit.

221名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM71-wgtS)2017/10/23(月) 00:00:34.45ID:BUXAkKw1M
>>223
He's well done.

222名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM71-wgtS)2017/10/23(月) 00:03:39.64ID:+lj4S9T9M
>>217
Get lost.

223名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ f98d-bcII)2017/10/23(月) 01:49:23.46ID:WPUBLJ+x0
>>190
I don't care about that kind of leftist stupidity at this point.
The increasing number of foreigners is the biggest threat. It needs to be stopped.

And this influx of foreigners is caused by corporate greed and not leftist ideologies.
Unlike the insane western liberals, I think the Japanese leftist parties would actually
decrease the number of incoming foreigners (cheap labor).

I still reluctantly lean toward the LDP because the leftist parties probably have many
stinky policies, and there are some good LDP members trying to stop Abe from obeying
the corporate masters.

But if Abe continues to obey and let in more foreigners,
then I think the Diet Building shoud be nuked by North Korea.

224名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-yLUf)2017/10/23(月) 11:28:12.27ID:KMNozgGP0
Whassap

>>223
Very agree about foreigner policy.

All of your here take notice about Vietnamise.

Coz they are looks polite but actually...

>>217
The typhoon is still dangerous.
Take care.
You don't have to check out the water height of a river.

227名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ c18c-nU6U)2017/10/23(月) 18:16:38.08ID:esu7UEEe0
>>197
I thought you were a self-employed, contract based programmar or something?
Now you work for a company for steady income?

228名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/23(月) 19:13:24.39ID:ePogJd2B0
It was so dry today and I loved it. Wish we had this all year.

>>226
thank you, i arrived at the office safe this morning.
last night, my feature phone menacingly made repeated strange sounds and i was startled.
it was an emergency email from the city office to ask us to prepare for evacuation from river flood...

i like cabbages but it takes much time to water and slice a cabbage into pieces at home.
so it is very convenient for me to be able to buy meticulously-sliced, clean cabbage
in plastic pack at japanese supermarkets/convenience stores.

231名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7a77-Yg0F)2017/10/23(月) 22:56:45.42ID:moOYD5qF0
I know it's a long shot but is there any chance of me being able to marry Tim Kang?

232イギリス人 (ワッチョイ ceb2-t1T1)2017/10/23(月) 23:03:25.37ID:Q5TiHrSr0
>>227
Right, I used to be! But now I work full time for a design and marketing agency.
Working freelance was a bit lonely, and I didn't get out much. Except for zangyou
and chourei, work can even be fun sometimes.

233名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7a77-Yg0F)2017/10/23(月) 23:03:49.63ID:moOYD5qF0
It's been raining non-stop lately...it's really annoying.

234名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW d619-O+/F)2017/10/23(月) 23:14:07.14ID:MYvnDObc0
>>206
Maybe you are too young to know the roots.
The word originated from Meiji era when Mr sanma wasn't exist.

235名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウウィフW FF89-PPE6)2017/10/23(月) 23:15:19.62ID:Y2xrpsv1F
I love to sleep with my girlfriend. Her pussy is always wet as like an ice cream got melted and sucks my dick from the top to the bottom. I think she must be the one and have already decided to get together. Guys, please say congratulations to me.

236名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/23(月) 23:19:45.66ID:ePogJd2B0
Being white is a previlage. Just sitting around at the desk all day is what they need to do.

237名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/23(月) 23:28:59.27ID:ePogJd2B0
>>235
She is a hooker or just slut

238名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウウィフW FF89-PPE6)2017/10/23(月) 23:40:00.70ID:FrGWrEKJF
>>237
That's definitely right! She must be a slut, and I really love to fuck such a bitch:)
I always ask her to do some hentai things and write bad words on her butt. That makes me fuckin excited and I cum inside of her.

>>242
Hold back!
You're annoing!

240名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ c18c-nU6U)2017/10/24(火) 08:52:36.37ID:7jcbk0Wf0
>>232
Ah, I see. It's good to know that you have colleagues now. At least it could be better than sitting at
PC monitor alone all day. Being able to have chances to learn Japanese in your working environment
could be a bonus to add your skill set. Good luck, chap.

241イギリス人 (ワッチョイ 5596-t1T1)2017/10/24(火) 19:36:20.26ID:McpUdfv50
>>240
Thank you! My Japanese has definitely improved since I joined this company, since about 95%
of communication is now in Japanese.
Kanji and keigo are still a problem though. Even my co-workers sometimes can't tell me what the
kanji in a name says...

This thread suddenly smells fish and chips.... stinks...

243名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW fa1d-bVje)2017/10/24(火) 20:48:14.11ID:QbCcJ/mc0
I saw the new episode of the Walking Dead but It was kind of disappointing

244名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/24(火) 21:54:43.80ID:81isUW4Y0
Does anyone here use “格安スマホ”? I’m interested in it.

245名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ササクッテロル Sp85-EJ5B)2017/10/24(火) 22:09:38.68ID:71+3YoXsp
>>244
I'm not interested in it

246名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ e5bd-xUNq)2017/10/24(火) 22:14:22.28ID:nwTGYM1k0
”Expecial cheep Su-maho" is but using Inter net is high price desu.

247名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ e5bd-xUNq)2017/10/24(火) 22:21:10.95ID:nwTGYM1k0
That would be said it's especially cheep so that its system is only "telephon" and "mail",
but why is there "Internet" in the system? How do I if I push Internet for mistake?

some people wear long sleeved t shirt "under" short sleeved shirt.
i wasn't into that kind of fashion style as it doesn't look cool,
but tonight, i gave it a try when going out jogging.

249名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/24(火) 23:27:14.66ID:81isUW4Y0
You must be an ossan.

250名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW fa1d-bVje)2017/10/25(水) 00:42:00.34ID:JSpPck9Q0
>>244
I use one from ASUS with a MVNO. That's good enough for me.

251名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e5bd-TZ4B)2017/10/25(水) 01:24:55.08ID:Nl5mtckf0
>>250
How much does it cost like monthly.

I’m thinking about switching to UQ mobile.

252名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/25(水) 01:28:31.74ID:acO4aKCz0
>>242
stay locked up in 4ch, boke!

253名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW fa1e-eZ3H)2017/10/25(水) 01:40:19.12ID:Gn82WOuc0
good evening, everyone!

254名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/25(水) 01:47:19.92ID:acO4aKCz0
>>244
mobile carrier is IIJmio
monthly phone bill is about 2000 yen
instead, only telephone and internet, without mail, 3G/month,
equipment is sony xperia
I almost never use it, though

255jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/25(水) 02:01:21.76ID:RETg0rgy0
Hi everyone.
I missed a few days, so I probably won't read over everything but if anyone was trying to talk to me,
let me know.

>>250
I have a same kind ASUS machine which
is no problem.

>>254
Why?Does that short?

>>255
Excuse me.Who are you?

259名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW fa1d-bVje)2017/10/25(水) 03:24:01.61ID:JSpPck9Q0
>>251
It costs about 700 yen per month since I don't use the mobile communication like 3G or LTE so much
besides I don't make a contract to use the telephone line.
Can that be of any help for you?
I use IP phone instead and it works better than I expected.

260名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW fa1e-eZ3H)2017/10/25(水) 03:25:44.86ID:Gn82WOuc0
I am very sleepy!

261名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW fa1d-bVje)2017/10/25(水) 03:33:19.11ID:JSpPck9Q0
>>258
He is just a ordinary weeboo from California, the U.S.
I like him.
>>260
Let’s get some sleep.

262jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/25(水) 03:39:21.62ID:RETg0rgy0
>>261
That's a decent enough description.

>>258
I've been coming here for a while but it's the middle of the night for you guys.

263イギリス人 (ワッチョイ ceb2-t1T1)2017/10/25(水) 04:08:22.49ID:tKjcIDgv0
>>242
It's been a while〜
I was at a bar a few months ago, and someone I was with ordered fish and chips.
The fish was like McDonald's fish fillet. And the chips were actually potato chips
(the kind from bags, crisps), instead of normal chips.

264jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/25(水) 06:33:41.21ID:RETg0rgy0
>>263
In England? That doesn't sound awesome.

265名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ c18c-nU6U)2017/10/25(水) 08:46:32.20ID:oppfhIo90
>>255
Don't forget 2chan comes first. Even if you forget about your job, don't forget about checking
2ch. Don't put the cart before the horse. Don't forget which side your bread is buttered.on.
Of course, 2chan's side, not your job's side. 2chan is your life.

266jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 0ed1-gcVe)2017/10/25(水) 09:31:16.86ID:RETg0rgy0
>>265
Please forgive me for ignoring my responsibilities. orz

>>267
Is that a famouse bar?
Where is that?

>>263
So cheap for 700yen.
Skype is gettig better recently.
Also line phone is enough for give and
take of infomation.

269名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ d6cf-bcII)2017/10/25(水) 13:33:15.80ID:acO4aKCz0
>>257
I'm working inside the house now.
So I use it only when I go out leaving behind my senile gramma alone
As seting up a camera in her room, I can check on her by smartphone from outside

>>273
Can that work for distant place?

271イギリス人 (ワッチョイ 5596-t1T1)2017/10/25(水) 16:36:14.82ID:WHSX/o+a0
>>264
I miss the ones in the UK. I haven't yet found an authentic 'chippy' style fish
and chip shop here in Japan yet. With the big deep fryers, and a heated shelf
to leave the fish, chips, and scraps to settle for a few minutes after cooking.

272名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スッップ Sd9a-60+B)2017/10/25(水) 17:03:56.83ID:6rE+3P+Bd
can i ask you a question?

This is a sentence from press release of Mofa(ministry of foreign affairs).

「President Trump, together with Prime Minister Abe, is also scheduled to meet with family members of the abductees by North Korea.」

but this is after revised.Original was below

「 President Trump is also scheduled to meet with family members of the abductees who had been abducted by North Korea together with Prime Minister Abe. 」

foreign Twitters said 「Mofa needs a new editor.」,「Abe wasnot abducted.」

Does that mean original sentence was interpreted as Abe was abducted too?
Is thete no room for us to understand the meaning of original sentence as revised one?

273名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 817e-HarP)2017/10/25(水) 17:38:46.62ID:MiQLekXG0
>>245
I live in the UK, but I am using Moto G4.
Not too bad, though I'm thinking to switch to iPhone.

274名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 817e-HarP)2017/10/25(水) 17:40:11.74ID:MiQLekXG0
Oops. Somehow I typed "age"
I thought I typed "sage"

275名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 817e-HarP)2017/10/25(水) 17:54:50.27ID:MiQLekXG0
>>272
I don't think not a lot of people interpret like the way these Internet critiques did,
but since it's an official statement from our ministry,
leaving little room for misinterpretation is crucial.

By the way, "abductees by ..." in the revised statement is a bid odd to me.
I would say something like "Japanese citizens abducted by"
but maybe it's a matter of taste. I am not a native english speaker.

276名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ c18c-nU6U)2017/10/25(水) 18:04:15.02ID:oppfhIo90
>>271
That's where your chance of a side business in Japan comes in!

"REAL イギリス人's REAL FISH ANS CHIPS SHOP"

>>271
Go to HUB.
You can get a descent one.

>>273
Why?
I am using Moto4 too.

279名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 817e-HarP)2017/10/25(水) 18:52:54.51ID:MiQLekXG0
>>278
I like it, but Lenovo doen's apply security patches regularly.
My phones security is March 1 this year.
Maybe I'm worrying too much but it bothers me.
For iPhone, I just found out that I can get duty free in Japan
so it's relatively cheaper for me to buy there
(although I can't turn off the annoying camera shutter sound...)

>>274
Let's get it rgiht!

>>279
Don't you mind broken LCD?

So many guys here are too excited about the appearance of the britsh...

283名無しさん@英語勉強中 (GB 0H25-HarP)2017/10/25(水) 19:41:37.59ID:fIlyFHvwH
>>281
that's i'm not sure...
when i see someone with broken screen glass,
i feel pity for them as they probably don't have enough money to fix it...
i might be one of these miserable people.

284名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 8d30-tk1G)2017/10/25(水) 21:59:30.83ID:5OvW0frV0
Is it possible to learn English completely without my native language?
I try this method with grammar and vocabulary books for native speaker's kids. but It's really harder than learning English normally in Japan.
What do you think, any suggest?

285名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW fa1e-eZ3H)2017/10/25(水) 23:35:20.22ID:Gn82WOuc0
I recently was interested in English.
So, I watch the movie of bilingirl at every night.
Her traveling movie is very funtastic for me.
Thanks to her, I enjoy studying English everyday!

286名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW fa1e-eZ3H)2017/10/25(水) 23:36:14.81ID:Gn82WOuc0
I was recently!!!

287名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ebcf-nu9H)2017/10/26(木) 00:01:09.56ID:tmJaVzlx0
>>285
Who is her?

288名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/26(木) 00:29:31.73ID:Zy1zKVgB0
She is a slut on Youtube which basically teaches English but her content is all about her self-love

>>287
Probably so.
It's so expensive!!

>>289
Sounds nice.

291jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/10/26(木) 01:37:28.64ID:e2qi/kz70
>>271
Oh, yeah that explains why it doesn't sound right.

>>272
The original is not clear. It seems to imply that Abe was abducted as well, although it doesn't
say that directly. If you think about it, it's easy to realize the intended meaning, but the edited version is not
ambiguous at all.

>>275
You are totally correct about "abductees by..."

292名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/26(木) 02:22:49.82ID:Zy1zKVgB0
Bitch please...!

293名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99a8-2eHX)2017/10/26(木) 04:24:47.73ID:SaHiS3XF0
Gaijin should try to eat Natto. Tell me how it is.

294名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 11bd-O+EC)2017/10/26(木) 11:39:44.66ID:f265i5wk0
Natto should be eated not too mix, not bacurm, you should feel taste of beans,
and Natto virus. So you must not worry Natto's neba-neba.

295名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/26(木) 12:56:59.30ID:Zy1zKVgB0
Nattos and grated daikon radiah go well. You don’t know this right?

I’m too sleepy to work.

297名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/26(木) 13:49:38.08ID:Zy1zKVgB0
Then you should sleep like a baby in the office.

Natto doesn't contain virus. BACTERIA.

Hello 2ch-er!
I'd like to brush up my English skills.
But don't ask me why.

So I decided to take a lesson through hellosensei.com.

Do you guys know this service?

300名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-2eHX)2017/10/26(木) 14:50:48.06ID:XmcLaejB0
Why the japanese people pronounce virus "ウイルス". It should be more like "ヴァイァラス"

江戸っ子 can't pronounce ヴィ but ウィ.

I guess.

302名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6997-lHwk)2017/10/26(木) 16:31:28.62ID:KDg7O9m/0
>>300
I googled it and found a quite interesting reason behind that.
I thought it is coming from Deutsch, but I was wrong.

303名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 1b2b-IpCw)2017/10/26(木) 17:38:33.35ID:XE1+iQNo0
>>284
You seem to be just fluent enough to make yourself understood, so you'd probably be better off finding a group of native friends to talk to.
Native children learn by listening to the people around them and copying their speech patterns; English textbooks can help you refine your knowledge of the language, though.

Of course, you're probably going to have to turn to the internet to find people to speak with.
A lot of people are using a chat program called Discord these days, and it may be your best option; it supports both text and voice.
Once you've got that, you can go to discord.me to find public servers to join. Thankfully, the vast majority of them seem to be English.
You probably won't attain perfect English just from chatting online, but it will help you become a little more comfortable using it.
It's also nice to have a diversion from textbooks.

Good luck.

304名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 2130-upZE)2017/10/26(木) 19:27:19.34ID:qh19M72A0
>>303
Wow, Thank you for suggesting me!

I've never tried like your method before, So I'm gonna try to find them from Discord!
I think It will be great way to improve my English skills.
It's really helpful for me, Thank you so much<3

305名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/26(木) 19:59:54.38ID:Zy1zKVgB0
I’ve already lost weight like 3.5kg by practicing “no carbo method”. Well technically I only take toast or rice in the morning but still no carbos after that.

Hopefully I’ll lose more 5kg by the end of this year.

i will take a day off tomorrow.
it will be fine and there must be numerous exciting things outside in the world, in japan, at my town.
but i can't think about anything special other than enjoying 5ch in my house.

307名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 13be-TPMC)2017/10/27(金) 01:37:46.85ID:rk8oZKE00
>>300
either will do.
like kinase as カイネス or キナーゼ

308jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/10/27(金) 01:47:33.78ID:fQZt/dN20
>>293-295
I have never been able to bring myself to try natto. I don't even want to try smelling it. It just looks
too weird.

>>306
You're turning your back on 2ch so soon?

309名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スッップ Sd33-s67B)2017/10/27(金) 01:51:42.29ID:p6n8LBvrd
>>275>>291
Thank you so much two guys.

310名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 13be-TPMC)2017/10/27(金) 01:59:50.68ID:rk8oZKE00
no problem.
count on me anytime.

311名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 41bd-wzG6)2017/10/27(金) 02:57:34.63ID:LdFYKlIc0
Cheese and farmented soybeans are kinky foods.

312jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/10/27(金) 04:48:05.34ID:fQZt/dN20
>>311
This is either some Japanese humor that I don't understand, or that's not the word you meant.

313名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 131e-OvIh)2017/10/27(金) 06:59:50.76ID:qMuCmzOx0
Good morning everyone!
For some reason, I’m so wakeful even though I slept for 3 hours!
I might fall asleep during work.

314jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/10/27(金) 08:04:32.66ID:fQZt/dN20
>>313
Good morning! Make your tea extra strong, and hang in there.

>>303
No.What is it?

>>313
you used drug?

Is there a big message board or something like that for japanese english
speaker exept here?

im sooooooo sleeeeeepy

>>308
no, i didn't mean that by my word.
2ch has turned 5ch so "enjoying 5ch" actually meant "enjoying 2ch".

Good morning everyone.
I love natto. But haven't had it almost 10days.
My gut's missing Bacillus subtilis var. natto.

321名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/27(金) 15:03:53.89ID:A7pNABcB0
I wish we had a harricane every weekend.

322名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 13be-TPMC)2017/10/27(金) 16:28:39.35ID:rk8oZKE00
naato bathing is so good

>>321
Why?

324名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 53b5-nu9H)2017/10/27(金) 21:02:38.17ID:V+b78U3Q0
I used to hate natto, but I'm happy to eat natto with egg or kimchi now.

325名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99a8-2eHX)2017/10/27(金) 21:13:16.51ID:QfpVRib+0
I like to wrap natto and rice by seaweed to eat

326名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/27(金) 21:32:16.43ID:A7pNABcB0
>>323
I don’t want to see happy couples or happy families at my local shopping mall. They are annoying af.

327名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/27(金) 21:36:33.35ID:A7pNABcB0
>>324
Kimchi? Are you korean?

328名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/27(金) 21:41:20.19ID:A7pNABcB0
>>325
I’ll try that. Sounds good and healthy

329名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H5d-JtIL)2017/10/27(金) 22:34:48.24ID:EZsUNGJDH
>>326
Get a doctor.

330名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H5d-JtIL)2017/10/27(金) 22:35:22.97ID:EZsUNGJDH
>>324
Sounds nice!

331名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/27(金) 22:44:46.38ID:A7pNABcB0
>>329
Why do I? I just don’t like happy people. No big deal.

>>335
I seemed your mind's getting ill.

>>326Where can you get that?

Smells like Korean on this thread.

335名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/28(土) 00:48:47.38ID:3jACqd4f0
I’m baking some salmon right now.

336jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/10/28(土) 01:28:55.35ID:FkKs1a950
>>313
How did it go?

>>335
I'm having breakfast right now. I have a bagel with cream cheese, tomato, and smoked salmon.
Salmon is probably my favorite fish.

337名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 13cc-n3rT)2017/10/28(土) 01:32:12.92ID:OB9D5lSv0
Do you guys even have clock? Do you know what time it is?

338jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/10/28(土) 01:44:06.24ID:FkKs1a950
>>337
For me, it's almost 10 in the morning. For you, it's the middle of the night. Did you have a nice day?

339名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 131e-OvIh)2017/10/28(土) 01:49:59.11ID:07GRpQCh0
I'm chatting in the bathroom now!
My smart phone is in the packet having some defect.
Therefore a little water gets in it...

>>339
You can eat natto teishoku at Sukiya.
It's very cheap.
But,tastes so nice!

>>342
Wherever is it?

>>343
Enjoy mobile in the bath is so nice
idea for killing time.

343名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/28(土) 02:27:09.78ID:3jACqd4f0
Recently I realized that Western foods are really easy to make and simple. Even kids can cook them. No cooking skills are required.

344jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/10/28(土) 04:28:51.84ID:FkKs1a950
>>343
I think every culture probably has some foods that are really simple and some that are difficult.
What are you talking about, specifically?

345名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 13db-mGjJ)2017/10/28(土) 09:55:55.15ID:js7sa9km0
Does your country have a culture festival?
in Japan,recently,some school hold such a festival near my house. I feel it's so noisy,especially,sound made by a band which was oragnized by high-school students.
I like festival but I dislike to be disturbed my calm holiday.

346名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 13be-+6cV)2017/10/28(土) 11:01:26.87ID:U06el+Vg0
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DNJc39fVoAAe4uc.jpg
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DNJc39fUQAAvrIk.jpg

i came across a cockroach, but i didnt have any pesticide,
so sprinkled cobalt colored spray, then made a cockrach with instagrammable appearance.

347名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-2eHX)2017/10/28(土) 11:24:34.17ID:nljUQPkw0
>>346
I died laughing. Blue cockroach reminds me of the comedy cartoon, oggy and cockroach

348名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 13be-+6cV)2017/10/28(土) 12:30:39.92ID:U06el+Vg0
sorry
×cobalt
○kobelco

349名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/28(土) 12:40:41.75ID:3jACqd4f0
>>346
Animal abuse too much?

>>346
You're gonna get caught.

>>347
You're crooked.

352名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha3-JtIL)2017/10/28(土) 14:33:08.86ID:viIJ+G74H
>>344
What is it e.g. in japan?

353名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワントンキン MM53-tN/E)2017/10/28(土) 18:58:51.93ID:d9Or7hXJM
all women are whores.

if you pay with money, it's called prostitution.
if you pay with your life, it's called marriage.

354名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/28(土) 19:11:59.68ID:3jACqd4f0
I don’t like women because they are very canny. I don’t like men because they are fools. Basically I don’t like human.

355名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-2eHX)2017/10/28(土) 19:39:54.32ID:nljUQPkw0
Me neither

356名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MMc5-CNDy)2017/10/28(土) 20:14:40.47ID:oeATh0F4M
>>364
Agree.

357名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MMc5-CNDy)2017/10/28(土) 20:16:55.53ID:oeATh0F4M
What do you think about Griel of H.Astros?

358名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MMc5-CNDy)2017/10/28(土) 20:23:49.08ID:oeATh0F4M
>>363
But.Yes.Woman takes much out of man.
That's true.

359名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/28(土) 20:27:37.83ID:3jACqd4f0
>>358
Why do you always respond to future responses?

360名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 13be-HnZl)2017/10/28(土) 21:44:43.92ID:DA7JdqFg0
his future is bright

361名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99a8-2eHX)2017/10/28(土) 21:51:34.82ID:a4slvZnu0
My future is hopeless

>>370
How come hopeless?

363名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ebcf-nu9H)2017/10/28(土) 23:53:50.81ID:aUNH8Sk00
no wonder the birthrate continues to decline

>>372
That's no big deal.

365名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99a8-2eHX)2017/10/29(日) 01:23:35.16ID:m2frd60a0
There is some time machine stuff going on here

366名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/29(日) 02:05:43.27ID:XxJ4LHAG0
I’m horrified by how soon my nose hair grows.

>>375
You're abormal.

>>374
I don't think so.

369名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエ a9a5-kf9/)2017/10/29(日) 17:41:24.17ID:R9ETexhq0NIKU
>>368
Do you talk to guys in the future?

370名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエ 13bc-xXVv)2017/10/29(日) 17:53:05.60ID:+sVcZRb40NIKU
>How come hopeless?
no hopefull

371名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエ ebcf-nu9H)2017/10/29(日) 18:03:15.48ID:d0yKNaqJ0NIKU
i think he is doing that on purpose

372名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエ 13bc-xXVv)2017/10/29(日) 18:15:24.98ID:+sVcZRb40NIKU
this has everything to do with this guy being a total idiot.
Its just.... supremly idiot.

373名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエT Sa95-YYNr)2017/10/29(日) 20:47:16.22ID:+k2YdBdIaNIKU
>>353
you must feel good and be proud of yourself now
as you impressed some people in this thread with a single post full of intelligence, don't you?

374名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエT Sa95-YYNr)2017/10/29(日) 20:55:31.21ID:+k2YdBdIaNIKU
i quit my job at a factory and started my new career as an office worker.
i haven't got used to this new job yet.
tons of paperwork are bothering me.

375名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエW 99a8-2eHX)2017/10/29(日) 21:07:00.26ID:m2frd60a0NIKU
But an office worker is gonna be way better than a worker at factory in the long run

376名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/29(日) 22:55:14.30ID:XxJ4LHAG0NIKU
If my memory serves right, you worked for a shipping company or something?

377名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエ MM53-tN/E)2017/10/29(日) 23:16:13.56ID:aUQKfkMxMNIKU
Holy moly, those Japanese singers are freakin' cute and their voices are fantastic!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Giv53SdveWo&t=0m20s

378名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエ Sp9d-n3rT)2017/10/29(日) 23:30:44.93ID:qlPH2CA4pNIKU
I'm concerned about my increasing fallen hair.
Because of I'm still 27yo.

379名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/29(日) 23:45:42.32ID:XxJ4LHAG0NIKU
>>377
I prefer Akina to Seiko. Seiko is so burikko.

380名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ニククエW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/29(日) 23:52:14.00ID:XxJ4LHAG0NIKU
>>378
Are you getting bald?

381名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H5d-JtIL)2017/10/30(月) 00:01:57.70ID:BHkHM8WuH
>>370
I guess you're not straight.

382名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H5d-JtIL)2017/10/30(月) 00:04:30.75ID:BHkHM8WuH
>>374
Then,quit your job again.
That's the only way of surviving.
Stress screw up you life.

383名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H5d-JtIL)2017/10/30(月) 00:05:56.52ID:BHkHM8WuH
>>371
What?

384名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H5d-JtIL)2017/10/30(月) 00:07:55.71ID:BHkHM8WuH
>>369
What are you meaning?

>>380
A top of head's getting thin.
Before I lose all of hair,I've gotta get a girlfriend.

386名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/30(月) 00:11:44.87ID:srQ7X3BD0
>>385
Sorry to hear that. Some people rock bald hair though

I’m glad I have tons of hair but I’m getting gray hair instead.

>>394
Go to バイオテック!Right now.

>>381
I have no idea.
What is the bottom line?

>>197
You're so abnormal as disgusting some people.

390名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 13be-+6cV)2017/10/30(月) 01:18:20.31ID:hWRCYIue0
Sa95-CNDy is a troll?

391名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/30(月) 01:24:59.49ID:srQ7X3BD0
Yes

What side bussiness are you on recetly?

It's fine today.
I feel it unusuall.

Have a nice day fellas!

I'm stuggling on dating Apps as usual.
Christmas's coming.
I've decided I will graduate a cherryboy's lasted for 27years.

395名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 81f1-JtIL)2017/10/30(月) 11:07:23.16ID:xFcxlNpr0
>>394
Deciding don't need another one.

>>31
Teens tend to be rediculas.

>>395
What do you mean?

398名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-2eHX)2017/10/30(月) 11:22:02.49ID:ANZU1C960
Japanese is the most difficult language to master for foreigners. I don't say it is the most difficult to "learn".

Have you ever heard of MGTOW?
If you haven't, you must be living under a rock.

>>375
do you think so? why?
one good thing is that as an office worker, i have to use english every now and then.

>>376
no, i worked for a manufacturer of industrial machines. b to b business.

401名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha3-JtIL)2017/10/30(月) 22:45:31.17ID:QbGzrnh9H
>>400
Sit in a chair or walkig around...
I think it's matter of which one is good
for one's charachter.

402名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha3-JtIL)2017/10/30(月) 22:47:06.13ID:QbGzrnh9H
Chat in English (英語で雑談):シリアスVer PART1
http://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1509105279/

403名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 13be-HnZl)2017/10/30(月) 23:08:51.52ID:AtkGE5Uh0
then this is for henatai topics?

404名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/30(月) 23:25:53.97ID:srQ7X3BD0
Yas

405名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha3-JtIL)2017/10/31(火) 00:07:36.18ID:LWsft5D7H
>>403
Nothing unusuall.

406名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha3-JtIL)2017/10/31(火) 00:33:01.37ID:LWsft5D7H
>>398
What's the point?

407jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/10/31(火) 01:49:47.28ID:ict/CJHt0
>>345
Some schools might do a cultural festival similar to the Japanese style festival, but they're not that big or
well-known. However, we tend to celebrate the holidays of different cultures throughout the year, like
Cinco de Mayo and St. Patrick's Day and Oktoberfest. For some reason they mostly involve drinking.

>>346
That's amazing. You're hilarious. I love it!

>>348
I've never seen that word.

>>352
You're asking for examples of easy Japanese dishes? How about something like ochazuke or
Japanese-style omelette?

>>377
The one on the left is cuter, but you're right they have great voices. How old is this? I wonder
what they look like now.

408名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ebcf-nu9H)2017/10/31(火) 12:16:08.47ID:cYE7/6aH0
may i have a question ?

what does "this nails it very much"mean?

Like good job or awesome.

410名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ebcf-nu9H)2017/10/31(火) 12:35:57.44ID:cYE7/6aH0
>>409
thank you very much

411名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-2eHX)2017/10/31(火) 13:09:08.89ID:awNm+Y4Y0
Mass-murder in Japan. He killed 9 ppl and had two heads in the freezer. So creepy.

412名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 81f1-JtIL)2017/10/31(火) 14:20:12.52ID:zKCLI3+x0
>>411
He arrested guy is defenitly pshchopath.
Maybe there's other vics.

it is likely that hospitals all over japan will run short of vaccines for the flu this winter
so i had a flu shot at a nearby hospital today.

isn't it that the 9 peple killed themselves and the arrested guy simply cut their bodies one by one...??

>>407
sounds like the usa people just want to drink for whatever reason.

416名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ebcf-nu9H)2017/10/31(火) 15:30:01.05ID:cYE7/6aH0
My family doctor said ysterday that the shortage of flu vaccine
will be resolved in December

417名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 13bc-xXVv)2017/10/31(火) 16:41:26.51ID:DGxs9Oju0
I haven't taken vaccine even when getting flu.

418名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 13bc-xXVv)2017/10/31(火) 16:45:40.67ID:DGxs9Oju0
Sometimes I hear saying "gosh" , but especially only by women. Is this word for
using women?

419名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スフッ Sd33-Ff+b)2017/10/31(火) 17:35:03.93ID:X6jK0Hdxd
I think it isn't a murder to kill people who wanted to die.
For such the people, it's much more painful to be forced to live longer.

But anyway, the mass murderer must be just a serial killer, not like Dr.Kilico.

420名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 11bd-Na5b)2017/10/31(火) 17:49:04.51ID:gbzFFtUE0
>>418
Not necessarily. Women tend to use the word but men also use it.

>>416
really.
it should take about 2 weeks for the vaccine to work in your body,
so i would be a little concerned if i would get a shot in december.
flu might already be epidemic in some areas in december.

I think I have never got any flu shot in my whole life. No problem yet. People say “fools don’t get the flu” This applies to me.

423名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 13be-HnZl)2017/10/31(火) 20:54:27.28ID:SkBhQWwY0
but you got flu shot by someone's chimpo.

424名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スッップ Sd33-9vhY)2017/10/31(火) 21:17:31.62ID:UxThkZRod
>>423
sorry?

425名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Ha3-JtIL)2017/10/31(火) 21:27:24.12ID:0mRPbP6HH
>>423
Hey! Mr.full of life.
Get your internet connection
off.

426名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 99a8-2eHX)2017/10/31(火) 21:44:04.61ID:FbCRjkRL0
And throw it out from the window of your room

427jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 9bd1-nE1B)2017/11/01(水) 01:32:11.43ID:HWesY2+Y0
>>408 >>409
I think it's more like saying "You're exactly right," but I would need the rest of the sentence to be sure.

>>415
It is a pretty popular activity.

>>418
Anybody can use it, but it's not very common. It's a very mild word. Maybe women see it as dainty or
girly or something. I'm not sure.

>>425 >>426
lol

428名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ebcf-nu9H)2017/11/01(水) 10:41:11.66ID:IjO1BqHu0
>>427
im >>408

the full text is "I think this pretty much nails it."

the text which the upper one is the answer to is a statment about the pros and cons of otaku cultue.

"You're exactly right,"or " good job" or awesome."
the all upper meanings of words look appropriately for me as the reply to that text

in the first place, why "nail it "means to praise or agree with?

there seems to be a very conservative community in the world
where people are not properly taught how to impregnate someone.
men, grown up in such a community, sometimes think that
just sticking theirs in or sticking theirs in & pissing is enough...unbelievable.

today i decided to record my daily expenses to see what costs me how much.
i am not a diligent person so it's kind of troublesome
but i will try to do it as i want to save an amount of money for later life (when i get old).

>>439
Are you basically a welthy person?

432名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/02(木) 00:10:59.31ID:T2JRW/7D0
The troll again.

>>431
no way!
i am almost always worried about money though i have never been deep in debt.

434jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/02(木) 01:27:51.06ID:at277zOS0
>>428
It comes from the expression "to hit the nail on the head" which means being right on the mark,
exactly what you were trying to do.

>>433
I know the feeling.

435名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スフッ Sd62-gQJM)2017/11/02(木) 01:44:21.10ID:DDadiJYRd
I wish the basic income would be in practice asap.
Lots of jobs have being replaced by computers(AI), so the government should compensate for unemployed people by AI.

>>441
Fuck you!

437名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/02(木) 07:13:33.03ID:9A5JPimz0
Do Americans use this below phrase often?
" That takes the cake "

438jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/02(木) 07:20:32.40ID:at277zOS0
>>437
It's not unheard-of but I don't think it's very common.
However, many expressions are kind of regional, so maybe in another part of the country, it's
more common. I'm in California.

439名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/02(木) 07:30:18.64ID:9A5JPimz0
>>438
Really? One of my favorite youtuber Joe Inoue used this phrase in his video. He also was born and raised in LA California. You can hear it in this video at 03:37 https://youtu.be/uvunbvXemoc.
I thought it was common in California

440名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/02(木) 07:32:19.65ID:9A5JPimz0

Hal: Does she take the cake, or what?
Mauricio: She takes the whole bakery, Hal.

from 'Shallow Hal', pretty funny,

442jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/02(木) 07:59:13.39ID:at277zOS0
>>439
I guess that usage is more common than what I had in mind. I was thinking of using it as a reaction
when someone tells you something. The way he did it is more common, so I don't know why I didn't
think of it. In his case, it means like, "If you thought that stuff was bad, this is even crazier." or something.
So it's not too uncommon to use it when you're talking about a list of things like that, and you want to
make a point to say how the next thing you're about to say is the most extreme.

Don't say it every day, but it's not super rare.

The legendary comedian George Carlin mentioned the phrase
in his "Everyday Expressions" episode.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHhYLJMi7CE&t=3m15s

444名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/02(木) 08:47:33.25ID:9A5JPimz0
>>442
Oh, thank you so much! Your explanation is really clear and explicit! It is very understandable for English learner someone like me:)

445名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/02(木) 08:52:24.51ID:9A5JPimz0
One more question. Is the phrase possibly a little rude or too casual? Should I refrain from using it in official situation?

446jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/02(木) 09:31:28.51ID:at277zOS0
>>445
It's not rude, but I think you should avoid using figures-of-speech in official situations, in general.

447jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/02(木) 09:31:56.72ID:at277zOS0
>>444
And you're welcome ^_^

448名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-Neos)2017/11/02(木) 09:50:49.35ID:F0G92dk40
What a productive thread. Good job guys.

449名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/02(木) 14:24:39.84ID:oLsZ4ng30
Trump said that US should tighten the entrance regulation
Subsequently CNN accused him of being a racist
why? I think Trump is right

450名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/02(木) 17:50:54.50ID:0AC6aD3I0
    ,__.,、_,、
   (  (´・ω・`) tonight i make sliced & sautéed pork
((((( `u-`u--u′ seasoned with ginger and sugar and soysauce.

451名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 46fc-d23H)2017/11/02(木) 18:01:19.01ID:eskuk5/l0
>>450
It's so good...
I'm getting hungry!

452名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/02(木) 18:28:14.20ID:T2JRW/7D0
I want a big big sausage!

453名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ c2bc-SaAB)2017/11/02(木) 19:03:52.40ID:Za542n720
I 'm vegetarian. I dislike and can't eat foods killed the animal.
I had seen cooking clubs, they are alive and their eye move light and left, then
cut and boil.

454名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/02(木) 19:24:49.42ID:T2JRW/7D0
You mean crabs?

455名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/02(木) 19:32:17.19ID:0AC6aD3I0
>>453
it may be cruel kill vegetables instead of animals.
if you want to harvest vegetable you must kill vermin.

456名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/02(木) 19:38:09.28ID:0AC6aD3I0
.   n Λ_Λ
   (ヨ(´・ω・`)anyway, i made it!!!
   ≡ y  と丿
    ≡(_ノ ノ
    ≡(ノ´

https://i.imgur.com/d4MjFOz.jpg

457名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 46fc-d23H)2017/11/02(木) 19:38:25.20ID:eskuk5/l0
plants are alive, ain't it?
if they can shout like "don't eat me!" or something,
and you gonna be thin. huh huh

458名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/02(木) 19:48:44.93ID:T2JRW/7D0
>>456
Cute plate!

459名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/02(木) 19:55:59.11ID:0AC6aD3I0
it is a gift from mr. doughnuts.

460名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 52b7-ix91)2017/11/02(木) 20:13:59.56ID:/LT7O51f0
factory farming and keeping pets IS objectively fucked up
I think so much of my generation of fellow Americans whole self-identity is based on
contrasting the waste and gluttony image.
They aren't reaching it by their own reason, the reaction is obvious , thats why all their energy is so easily co-opted.
In this age of consent-communication virtue signaling will come to a net loss to the progression of mankind.

461名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 52b7-ix91)2017/11/02(木) 20:20:38.54ID:/LT7O51f0
what's with the change to 5ch? Can't find any english info on why.
You put tv on 2ch to plays games/vhs is what I always believed. what dose the 5 mean?
>to be one up on english 4chan

>>470
No major change actually.
Only name and domain.

463名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 46fc-d23H)2017/11/02(木) 20:55:43.20ID:eskuk5/l0
5ch needed escape from ex-boardkeeper.
he's quit the boardkeeper but he want to hold 2ch.net right.
So 2ch had to throw away its name.

464名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/02(木) 21:23:53.12ID:oLsZ4ng30
according to japanese numerology,the number " 2 " means "disuniting" and "causing trouble"
hiroyuki is fixated on 2ch because he loves confusion and chaos

465名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/02(木) 21:48:49.89ID:oLsZ4ng30
the number "5"means "common sense" and "harmonious"
So, 5ch will be run on commonsense grounds, maybe became a decent BBS without much fun and wordplay in the future

tomorrow is my birthday and an recruitment agent just sent me an email wishing me a special birthday fulled with joy and laughter.
what would my life have been like if i had studied much harder when i was young...?
i can't stop thinking about such a thing.

467名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/02(木) 22:28:04.39ID:T2JRW/7D0
Burnig off carories by fucking tonight!

468名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/02(木) 22:29:00.94ID:T2JRW/7D0
>>466
Like getting into so called prestigious university or something?

>>476
Fuck off!You!

470名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/02(木) 23:03:54.61ID:T2JRW/7D0
The troll trollin’

>>479
That's you as everybody can see.

>>468
yes.

only 40 minutes away from my birthday now...i have continued to fart in my room.
i don't know why.

473名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/02(木) 23:54:40.33ID:oLsZ4ng30
you reach how old in five minites?

474jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/03(金) 01:27:48.95ID:gZo12a780
>>450
That sounds pretty good!

>>466
It's the next day now, so happy birthday!

475jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/03(金) 06:11:06.61ID:gZo12a780
>>466
お誕生日おめでとう!
Do you have any birthday traditions? My family always makes me a certain type of ice cream cake
that I love, every year.

476名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/03(金) 07:05:20.00ID:q/vz3Bs90
Ice cream cake,,, sounds very nice

477名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 492e-XCcV)2017/11/03(金) 10:38:16.20ID:Yt5WCWMz0
>>475
Are you born in summer?

478名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-Neos)2017/11/03(金) 14:27:33.18ID:7yQBEeQX0
I like eating ice cream in warm room in winter

479名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/03(金) 14:40:08.91ID:n065NQrp0
japanese traditionaly celebrate birthday by rubbing prick each other and lick their pre-cum!

480名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワンミングク MM92-x3Hc)2017/11/03(金) 17:31:00.95ID:M0LlS7srM
This conversation really cracks me up.

Jack Reacher: You're old enough to drive?
Sandy: I'm old enough to do a lot of things.
Jack Reacher: I'm on a budget, Sandy.
Sandy: [perplexed] What?
Jack Reacher: I can't afford you.
Sandy: I'm not a hooker.
Jack Reacher: Oh, then I *really* can't afford you.

I like getting hot creampie in the dead winter. Iy makes me warm.

482名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/03(金) 18:20:46.43ID:n065NQrp0
after rubbing a hotdog, it becomes creampie(*´д`*)

>>475
yes,
looking around myself in my room, double-checking the fact that nobody cares about me
and letting out a deep sigh.

484名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/03(金) 23:11:43.41ID:X25Y5G6v0
>>483
In that case, I say Happy belated birthday!

485jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/04(土) 01:41:02.72ID:0cCPEY4i0
>>477
Yes, August.

>>483
I care about you! Even if we never meet, at least one person on the other side of the world wants
your birthday to be great.

486名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/04(土) 02:35:12.62ID:l5X8eAa+0
>>485
so send some tangible love via amazon.com.

487jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/04(土) 02:46:08.52ID:0cCPEY4i0
>>486
Last time I went to Japanese amazon, it took forever for my browser to stop suggesting it when
I wanted US amazon again.

I'm using some dating Apps.
But it doesn't work.
Texting tends to be cut off.
Everybody has a super high ideal.
I'm not an exception tho haha

489名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/04(土) 12:59:09.29ID:H9a7x1EJ0
I just came back from a local drugstore and I found this “Tenga drink” there. Have you any guys tried it before?!

Have you ever heard of the phrase "real man" ?

It actually means "good slave."

That's how women manipulate men. It's called shaming tactics.

If you don't bend over backwards to give women what they want,
you are not a "real man."

There are tons of thirsty men out there working their ass off
to be a "real men." How gullible they are is just beyond me.

Men are pretending like they're self-sacrificing.
To fuck them.

It's business. Vagina is international currency.
That's it.

492名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 3d4d-7bFm)2017/11/04(土) 16:34:20.66ID:H0fdjVqb0
When asked why he wants to climb Mt. Everest, a famous British climber replied, "Because it's there."
If you ask me why I want vagina, I would answer," Because it's there."

493名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/04(土) 18:23:52.48ID:dR5uP+va0
HENTAI again
kimoi!

494名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/04(土) 18:36:19.85ID:l5X8eAa+0
>>488
go to crusing spots.

>>492
Precisely!

496名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM6d-IZom)2017/11/04(土) 19:57:33.42ID:3aW+e3hmM
>>500
No idea for your bad attitude.

497名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-Neos)2017/11/04(土) 19:58:05.48ID:/Lz3IPSB0
You can't realize if it is vagina until you certainly see it. Perhaps it might be dick.

498名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM6d-IZom)2017/11/04(土) 19:59:09.63ID:3aW+e3hmM
>>487
Good idea!

499名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/04(土) 20:11:46.77ID:H9a7x1EJ0
The troll trollin’ ♪

>>484-485
thanx.

501名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM6d-IZom)2017/11/04(土) 20:59:04.70ID:3aW+e3hmM
>>508
That's you as I said before.
Get lost!

502名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/04(土) 21:41:04.62ID:H9a7x1EJ0
Thr troll trollin’ ♩

I'm still a cherry boy actually.

504名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/04(土) 21:50:49.30ID:H9a7x1EJ0
You should be proud of youself. Being vergin is sacred and pure unlike dull of dirty minded couples out there

505名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW c2cc-D93g)2017/11/04(土) 22:16:12.43ID:+wdcZGPp0
>>504
Thank you but I'll be thirty in three years.
That's so scary.

506名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/04(土) 22:39:35.35ID:H9a7x1EJ0
Rumor has it that if you are over 30 years old man and still virgin, you will become a fairy.

507名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワンミングク MM92-x3Hc)2017/11/04(土) 22:40:33.24ID:HGswiKrOM
As opposed to popular belief, happiness doesn't
have anything to do with marriage.

You might believe it does, but in all actuality it does not.
It's just a delusion. Society imposes the idea on you so
they can put you in a lifelong slavery.

508名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H36-yKyh)2017/11/04(土) 23:53:51.09ID:1xbbBpeeH
>>503
Not so bad.
That does not screw up the world.

509名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H36-yKyh)2017/11/04(土) 23:54:55.63ID:1xbbBpeeH
>>502
ESD

510名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/05(日) 00:28:09.66ID:f+Y+2UZb0
Another troll trollin’ ♫

511名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0a-yKyh)2017/11/05(日) 00:40:26.96ID:u99fEPoLH
>>510
The bad guy appeared again.
Call police.

512名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW c2cc-D93g)2017/11/05(日) 00:46:47.15ID:tPAuku+y0
Lately spam mail has been sent a lot on LINE.
So annoying. I want them to die.

513名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0a-yKyh)2017/11/05(日) 00:52:55.41ID:u99fEPoLH
>>512
Go to a hospital.

>>506
i think that it is not a fairy but a wizard.

>>505
if you grip your penis and rub it very hard when jerking off,
i recommend that you break that bad habit immediately.
if you have a chance of having sex with your girlfriend in future
you might not be able to orgasm.

515名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW c2cc-D93g)2017/11/05(日) 10:26:40.75ID:tPAuku+y0
>>514
Actually precisely it occurred in Taiwanese lymph massage.
They did hand job to me,but I couldn't reach an orgasm.
I excused that I might've been exhausted by hard working.
So embarrassedヽ( ̄д ̄;)ノ=3=3=3

i want to dispose of my old laptop pc.
but if i throw it away as a usual garbage, it costs me a bit (the city office charges me the service fee).
there are several private companies which buy your old pc,
so i asked one of them for the estimate on its website but i haven't heard from them yet.

>>515
i know.
how exhausted you are is a very important factor for enjoying sexual pleasure and reaching an orgasm.
let's not work so hard before visiting the store and try it again.

518名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW c2cc-D93g)2017/11/05(日) 10:55:59.88ID:tPAuku+y0
>>517
No,it was
just an excuse.

519名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/05(日) 17:01:44.63ID:f+Y+2UZb0
I wish my dick was massive like a zucchini

520名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/05(日) 17:57:05.61ID:ZgRKnlsI0
does chimpo change your life?

521名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スッップ Sd62-PkJo)2017/11/05(日) 18:28:08.34ID:Ulc5mpOUd
at Shinjuku station, beside me , a couple is kissing XD

522名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/05(日) 18:36:16.13ID:f+Y+2UZb0
Kissing in public should be banned in Japan. So inappropriate.

523名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H36-yKyh)2017/11/05(日) 18:40:10.32ID:kXu6SwigH
>>515
You need to go to hospital.
You're doing harrusment.

524名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H36-yKyh)2017/11/05(日) 18:40:50.43ID:kXu6SwigH
>>522
You too.

525名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/05(日) 19:01:22.87ID:f+Y+2UZb0
The mispelling troll troll’ ♪

526名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/05(日) 19:02:29.30ID:tJ8sREYT0
ほんとに日本人が書いてるの?
日本の男はヘンタイの恥さらし
警察に通報したほうがいい

527名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW c2cc-D93g)2017/11/05(日) 19:14:24.88ID:tPAuku+y0
>>526
Hey butthead!
Why don't you make like a tree and eat crap!hahahahahahhhaha

528名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 3d4d-7bFm)2017/11/05(日) 19:20:14.62ID:K1eifv920
>>522
I think it depends.
Kisses as greetings such as cheek kissing are permissiable, if they are done in a short time.
But as for kissing in public by couples, I totally agree with you.
It should be strictlly prohibited because it is part of sexual acts.

529名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 46fc-d23H)2017/11/05(日) 19:30:04.08ID:xM6kx/Yd0
I'm bloody tired to read childish bullshit dirty jokes.
it's so boring even disagreeable, AIN'T NO FUNNY.
stop it for f***'s sake.

>>527
Hello? Hello? Anybody home? Think, McFly. Think.

531名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0a-yKyh)2017/11/06(月) 00:34:35.25ID:GpNv2l6DH
>>525
So what?

532名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0a-yKyh)2017/11/06(月) 00:51:56.82ID:GpNv2l6DH
>>242
English for england.

>>534
What are you trying to say anyway?

>>529
Hey you.Change your sex to be quiet.

535名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/06(月) 10:05:21.05ID:6cMfSQ+j0
>>529
agreed
where on earth こいつら come from

536名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 065e-e39s)2017/11/06(月) 10:42:05.99ID:oSY9jyks0
I think that English contractions are the beginnings of a particle system in the grammar. It is an amazing time for linguistics.

537名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-Neos)2017/11/06(月) 11:13:15.60ID:dIxkvV/80
Japanese girls are so easy to get laid. They are fucking easy pussy

>>546
I don't think so.

539名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/06(月) 12:01:12.22ID:6cMfSQ+j0
Anime and manga should be banned immediately in Japan
they are becoming a hotbed of sexual crime against child

540名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/06(月) 12:10:20.73ID:6cMfSQ+j0
Japanese politicins know nothing about the reality of otaku culture

Wanna see the most beautiful woman on the planet?
https://wall.alphacoders.com/big.php?i=40053

542名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/06(月) 14:38:08.37ID:pwuylurH0
I don’t think so. She is boring.

543名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM6d-IZom)2017/11/06(月) 14:55:58.26ID:qu8ASZJtM
>>549
I guess you know something important.
Whatever is it?

544名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/06(月) 15:44:51.56ID:pwuylurH0
The troll trollin’ ♪

545名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM6d-IZom)2017/11/06(月) 15:52:29.42ID:qu8ASZJtM
>>553
Idiot ♪

546名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-DONB)2017/11/06(月) 16:06:43.15ID:pwuylurH0
The idot is callin’ himself idot ♪

547名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 4da5-Y7ut)2017/11/06(月) 19:16:31.10ID:H0WjEs/90
>>545
Do you usulally talk with a guy in the future??

>>539
why do you think so?
do you know some examples to prove that is true??

549名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/07(火) 00:58:46.52ID:qfCEnIJe0
>>548
just go to 4ch

550jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/07(火) 03:49:50.98ID:OXp2rFwy0
>>537
Just let me know where the hot ones are.

551名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/07(火) 07:52:16.30ID:/n/Ap8eR0
>>550
Roppongi, Shibuya, Harajuku, Ikebukuro,

Most men are pathetic vagina addict.
Just like drug addict, they are easily controlled by vagina.
It's so sad.

553名無しさん@英語勉強中 (JPW 0Hf1-QBoW)2017/11/07(火) 19:11:05.07ID:bL0xNgd6H
This stinky ossan just sat on my neighboring seat. Kusai! Still better than stinky gaijins

>>553
You should die.

>>546
You idiot

556名無しさん@英語勉強中 (JPW 0Hf1-QBoW)2017/11/07(火) 19:25:49.64ID:bL0xNgd6H
The usual idot callin’ himself idiot ♪

557名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H96-yKyh)2017/11/07(火) 19:44:47.12ID:ZQgDyajPH
>>556
You are useless!♪

558名無しさん@英語勉強中 (JPW 0Hf1-QBoW)2017/11/07(火) 19:48:51.57ID:bL0xNgd6H
The usuless guy puts useless comment ♪

559名無しさん@英語勉強中 (アウアウカー Sa69-g930)2017/11/07(火) 21:17:58.90ID:apTLmtGha
Wanna fuck small slut pussy

560名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0a-yKyh)2017/11/07(火) 23:03:03.13ID:xlMPLEh7H
>>558
You're usefull for idiot ♪

561名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-QBoW)2017/11/08(水) 00:06:01.30ID:TI1XDwsP0
The troll always trollin’ ♪

i assume that there is a close relationship between a man's hentai degree and his social success.
you must have heard of an old saying "heros love sexual affairs (英雄色を好む).".

563名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/08(水) 01:06:11.13ID:r/hgWtSQ0
hentai is defferent in its meaning from a nomal sexual affair
hentai will never be a hero, but an outcast

564名無しさん@英語勉強中 (オッペケ Srf1-SBT3)2017/11/08(水) 01:07:00.42ID:cFcBV7YVr
I don't think I can speak English forever.

565名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/08(水) 03:48:38.87ID:b69d4Fcl0

566名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/08(水) 07:24:24.35ID:DI6TZecK0
If I ask girls out actively, they call me a womanizer(チャラい). If I wait until girls ask me out, they call me a shy boy(草食系男子).
What on earth should I become?

567jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/08(水) 08:15:56.16ID:VPRuSYOp0
My wife and I work at the same company. Yesterday, she got laid off. So today isn't a good day.

568名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW c2be-z8fM)2017/11/08(水) 08:38:27.75ID:b69d4Fcl0
but you and your wife lay down on a bed and swang it.

>>566
then, you should ask girls out moderately, not "actively".
plus, you should put your time and energy into only 1 girl, not "girls".
by doing it, no one will call you a womanizer or shy boy.

>>565
i wonder if the total consumption volume of pumpkin in japan a year has soared after people started celebrating halloween.

571名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-Neos)2017/11/08(水) 10:09:39.37ID:DI6TZecK0
>>569
Ok I try!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!

572名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/08(水) 10:12:10.35ID:r/hgWtSQ0
>>567
get fired suddenly?
that's too bad.
but why?

>>567
that's too bad.
at some japanese major companies in the showa era,
when a couple got married in-house, one of them was forced to leave the company against their wills (in most cases, a wife) ...

574jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/08(水) 10:18:40.25ID:VPRuSYOp0
>>573
I have heard of that!

>>572
Basically, she got downsized. They decided her department had too many people and not enough
work for all of them to be worth keeping.

575jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ 86d1-9Rqp)2017/11/08(水) 10:19:12.45ID:VPRuSYOp0
>>572, >>574
And she was the newest person to be hired.

576名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 2ecf-Q/5A)2017/11/08(水) 10:38:09.63ID:r/hgWtSQ0
>>575
that happens often. in US?
i hope she gets another job soon

577名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-QBoW)2017/11/08(水) 14:43:11.06ID:TI1XDwsP0
>>574
What kind of business? Entertainment industry?

578名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 81bd-nZKT)2017/11/08(水) 17:24:38.38ID:zxXOkBmF0
Oh, I am sorry to hear that.

579名無しさん@英語勉強中 (オッペケ Srf1-SBT3)2017/11/08(水) 22:17:02.67ID:0umVoftsr
Halloween had known in japan for some years.
I hate it.

580名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 45a8-nZKT)2017/11/08(水) 22:52:08.71ID:DI6TZecK0
Actually it is not Halloween. It is just Tokyo.

people have made a fuss about apple's new iphone. good.
but what about the new ipod touch?
i can't wait for the release of the 7th generation.
i have continued to use the 5th for close to 5 years and there seems something wrong with it.

582名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/09(木) 00:07:05.81ID:5FZMKUPz0
Are you still using a future phone? Lol

583名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/09(木) 00:07:36.40ID:5FZMKUPz0
Sorry *feature

584名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-vLjR)2017/11/09(木) 00:17:44.35ID:dLRQj/+F0
>>575
Your wife was fired based on what's called last hired, first fired policy?

If you and your wife shared your/your wife's car to your workplace then you'll
be in trouble when your wife get a new job somewhere else, unless you have two cars.
Now you have only one source of income. Can you survive?

You had to be the one to be fired, because you post on 2chan at work. :P

585名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ dfa5-cjDh)2017/11/09(木) 01:52:30.31ID:0U7fm5Ix0
>>578
Whom are you talking to?

586jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/09(木) 02:18:05.80ID:yQjN0MLy0
>>576
I guess it happens fairly often in the US, but this is the first time that I have seen it happen to
someone I know. Thanks for your good wishes!

>>577
Telecom. The company is like a brokerage for business telecom services. Internet, phone systems, etc.

>>579
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. I love dressing up!

>>584
Yes, that pretty much explains it.
We did drive together, but she has her own car. Unfortunately, this means our costs will go up because we
will have to pay for gas for 2 cars to commute every day instead of one. The good thing is, we live with my
grandmother because she needs help, so we don't have to worry about rent and utility bills.

587jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/09(木) 02:59:14.56ID:yQjN0MLy0
>>584m >>586
Also, our work provides food, so we would eat breakfast and lunch for free every day, so we will
start spending more on food too. Things might be difficult, but we should be OK.

588名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-hrF0)2017/11/09(木) 14:08:56.22ID:dLRQj/+F0
>>587
Lucky you.
Free lunch, and breakfast for that matter is not so common in Japan except, as far as I know, for
some IT companies like Rakuten (e-commerce platform, whose logo is put on Golden State Worriers
jersey as it has just become a sponsor for the NBA club. They want to expand business worldwide )
and Google Japan.

It's good to know you don't have to rob a bank for money. The holiday shopping season is
coming up and I guess American ppl have lots of things on their shopping lists.
You need to keep an eye on your wife, though. I have heard lots of news where a former
employ comes back to their workplace with AK47 for revenge.
You don't want to see her on CNN and Tump mention your wife, like, crazy woman enjoyed her
shooting spree.....

589名無しさん@英語勉強中 (オッペケ Sr33-FsdB)2017/11/09(木) 14:49:01.82ID:ivh4gLlXr
They are wonderful.
I can't write long sentences word.
Use english is difficult.

590名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/09(木) 14:54:08.23ID:5FZMKUPz0
I’m on a diet. I only eat bean sprouts, vegitable juice, protein shake, boiled eggs. Yum

>>590
work out right away!

>>599
For getting good looks?

593名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/09(木) 17:44:18.71ID:5FZMKUPz0
>>591
I go to gym 4 times a week. I have some muscles but I have too much fat as well.

594名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-hrF0)2017/11/09(木) 17:52:12.62ID:dLRQj/+F0
A fifty year old single mom was fired after a photo where she flipped the bird at Trump's motorcade
when she was riding a bike went viral. But now it's reported that she is getting scores of job offers
from her potential employers, who I believe are anti-Trump.
One of the ways to be competitive on U.S. job market might be to disrespect Trump.

595名無しさん@英語勉強中 (JP 0Hdf-PffV)2017/11/09(木) 20:07:17.32ID:WXoxa2RoH
How real do you think her "orgasm" is?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZluzt3H6tk

596名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/09(木) 20:12:37.37ID:5FZMKUPz0
>>595
I loled it!

>>593
ok,ok. so you should run!
actually I go to a gym 5times a week as well.
but I also have a lot of fat.. lol

598名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/09(木) 20:50:40.51ID:5FZMKUPz0
>>597
I have no energy to run after working out at the gym so I walk on a treadmill for 40 minutes or so.

Also I go for a walk when I don’t go to gym. I’m going to do that later.

599名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/09(木) 21:02:49.91ID:xuBMUw2m0
>>594
lol

600jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/10(金) 02:25:43.50ID:Nfh2ipSi0
>>588
I am pretty lucky. I don't think the free food thing is very common. I certainly never worked at any other
company that did it. It's probably only small, young companies with mostly young people. We like perks.
My work also hosts free yoga 3 times a week, which is pretty nice since a: It's a nice workout, and b: I get to
stay on the clock without doing work for an hour.

>>589
Don't worry, just do what you can! Everyone is at a different level.

>>590
Honestly that at least sounds like a pretty rounded diet. Plenty of people eat worse than that. I wonder if
a bit more carbohydrates might be good to give you energy, though. No rice?

>>595
I'm pretty sure that's exactly what I do every single time too. It's definitely not over the top at all.

>>602
Gung ho!

602jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/10(金) 02:54:58.08ID:Nfh2ipSi0
>>601
How do you feel about running into the ocean with your clothes on?

Hey guys, go this restaurant and try eating FREAKS.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmfu0VZj8I0&t=03m15s

604jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/10(金) 08:01:05.75ID:Nfh2ipSi0
>>603
I love okonomiyaki, even with bonito freaks. There used to be a restaurant near my house, but it
recently closed and now there is a curry shop there instead. I don't know any other place
to get okonomiyaki, so that's pretty disappointing.

605名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-rEGc)2017/11/10(金) 11:30:38.09ID:UUJPSGGI0
Okonomiyaki goes well with beer. On the other hand, raw fish cuisine such as Sushi, Sashimi go well with sake or white wine

606名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-hrF0)2017/11/10(金) 15:48:37.02ID:WeRoZyQb0
>>600
You definitely should take all the three yoga classes a week if you are paid during the lessons.
Yoga, in Japan tend to be for women or girls. Men who are eager to join such classes could have
a different purpose, like enjoying staring women in tight outfit. Some yoga poses are sexy and resembles
sex positions like doggie style.

>>602
>running into the ocean with your clothes on

Does this mean to put yourself in an awkward position?
I guess this is something to do with him taking to a post in the future as of that post.

607名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-hrF0)2017/11/10(金) 16:03:57.80ID:WeRoZyQb0
>>602
After giving it some thought, I think I understand what it means.
Usually you need to put your clothes off (and maybe put on a swimsuit) "before" running into the ocean but
for somer reason, he somehow respond to the future post. The right order is mixed up....
That's what it means, I guess?

608名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-hrF0)2017/11/10(金) 16:37:51.78ID:WeRoZyQb0
Going to gym is not my cup of tea.
First of all, it is an American custom. They eat a lot and actually there're lots of fat people in U.S.
Look at that the size of a single serving. Now wonder they get fat. For American, working out is to
burn the excess of calories they intake through binge eating.

On the other hand, Japanese foods are healthy and are served in the right portion, so you don't need
to do exercise. I'd say people who go to gym is fooled by marketing or ads that try to
spread images that going to gym is cool. Walking on treadmill is the most ridiculous thing to do.
That's what hamsters do. You should walk outdoor, sensing the nature, feeling nice breeze, instead of breath in the
the smell of sweats of gymgoers indoor.

You can build your muscles without using machines at gyms. You can do push-ups, sit-ups,
and other exercises using your own weight, not relying on machines. The time it takes to go to and
from gym is a total waste. Drinking protein is what fools do. Nothing is better than balanced diet.
If you're not a body builder, you don't need to take protein pills and drinks.

You are an asshole. You know that right?

610名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/10(金) 17:07:04.44ID:wxyf6LHD0
>>608
This is exactly what so called “kusogari” thinks about working out. So ignorant

>>618
Hold back please.

>>614
Canadians love to drink wine with sushi.
And I think that's good idea.

613名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-hrF0)2017/11/10(金) 17:24:25.70ID:WeRoZyQb0
>>610
I'm not Kusogari at all. I'm nuidarasugoi. Girls are impressed with my body. There's no way to prove it
as I want to protect my privacy.

614名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-rEGc)2017/11/10(金) 17:49:20.98ID:UUJPSGGI0
>>608
A survey indicated that 97% of white women don't find Asian guys attractive because they are too skiny.
We should eat a lot of unhealthy food and go to gym mother fu**er!

615名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-hrF0)2017/11/10(金) 18:08:32.60ID:WeRoZyQb0
>>614
Asians are Asians. No mattar how much muscle you gain, you're still Asian, and Whilte
women don't see you as a potential boyfriend. It's not the matter of muscles after all.

You are stupid enough to think if you build muscle, you can go out with a white woman?
Dream on....

I love Asian girls by the way.

616名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-hrF0)2017/11/10(金) 18:26:59.83ID:WeRoZyQb0
There is only one way to go beyond the racial boundary, and it's not building muscle.
It's MONEY. The more you get rich, the more chance you'll have to get married with a white woman.

Look at famous people's interracial marriages, wife being white and husband black or asian, then you'll get my point.

sounds like prostitution

>>613
I bet your body is like this...right?

https://i.imgur.com/9VJmzYz.jpg

619名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7fbe-pAmT)2017/11/10(金) 20:08:52.34ID:O0LDOrVf0
>>608
i think American goes to gym as their medical fee is so high compared to jpn, and as their worship of muscle.

>>614
Wasted mind. Fix it.

621名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM83-plsB)2017/11/10(金) 23:32:55.20ID:VyUJAat0M
>>628
Being brutally frank it's a laghing matter isn't it?

i know little about akb48 or keyakizaka48.
is there any masterpiece song which makes me feel better and want to work hard at the office?

623名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/11(土) 00:54:44.27ID:DepAC6dW0
I recommend flying get or something

i see, i will check it out on youtube.
thank you.

625名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM83-plsB)2017/11/11(土) 02:54:07.98ID:xU6sium4M
>>631
What is your job?
What is your personarity?

626名無しさん@英語勉強中 (オッペケ Sr33-FsdB)2017/11/11(土) 04:24:02.65ID:ZpNCFap7r
I can't speak english for about 5 years.

627名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM83-plsB)2017/11/11(土) 07:11:11.32ID:moO5A3ujM
>>635
No idea.

628名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM83-plsB)2017/11/11(土) 08:30:37.98ID:lGMrsborM
Let's talk about tranpalant milk tea again.

Actuall it tastes not so bad.

629名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7fbe-pAmT)2017/11/11(土) 08:35:00.30ID:ASg69JP80
transplant milk?
you need my thick milk? ///

630名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW dfa8-rEGc)2017/11/11(土) 08:35:08.44ID:Qz6H94Zl0
Again?lol There is nothing to talk about it anymore.

631名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッーW 5fbd-rEGc)2017/11/11(土) 11:24:43.89ID:OOKRcH6L01111
Hi jook, are you here? I'm planning to go to Oakland, California next year. But I'm a little afraid cuz I heard the city is the 2nd dangerous place in entire US. Have you ever visited there? What is the city like?

632名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッーW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/11(土) 13:29:39.66ID:DepAC6dW01111
>>628
What is your favourite drink then? Tell us

633名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッー MM83-plsB)2017/11/11(土) 14:44:14.78ID:wkX7L60CM1111
>>632
Stop it to get lost.

634名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッー MM83-plsB)2017/11/11(土) 14:45:02.62ID:wkX7L60CM1111
>>633
Why are you so angry?

635名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッーW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/11(土) 14:54:31.03ID:DepAC6dW01111
Jisakujien is so lame...

636名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッー df8c-hrF0)2017/11/11(土) 16:37:23.01ID:ydVYYpo+01111
>>618
no way.
I'm like this without chest hair and with more fat around waist.
My six pack is covered with fat.

>>619
Oh, medical cost...that could be another reason.

637名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッー MM83-plsB)2017/11/11(土) 16:52:28.32ID:wkX7L60CM1111
There's meaningless post recently here.

638名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッー df8c-hrF0)2017/11/11(土) 17:42:34.84ID:ydVYYpo+01111
If you ask me, it's not limited to this thread. 2chan, currently named 5chan itself is meaningless.

639名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッー Sr33-FsdB)2017/11/11(土) 17:56:05.42ID:GHTjNrTSr1111
I won't used for the name of 5chann.

640名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッーW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/11(土) 19:50:36.75ID:DepAC6dW01111
>>636
No six pack? That’s not called “nuidarasugoi”... me thinks.

641名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ポキッーT Sa23-ouqv)2017/11/11(土) 21:45:26.80ID:tne070tOa1111
>>623
i just watched the music video of "flying get" performed by akb48 on youtube.
i'm afraid that i wasn't excited at the song at all and i yawned a big yawn while watching.
1 thing i was surprised at is that this song was released more than 6 years ago.

642名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-vLjR)2017/11/12(日) 00:39:20.58ID:6+rVppZC0
>>640
I'm a liar. To be honest, I'm chubby. I lay on a couch the moment I finish eating
dinner. I often eat oily snacks between meals. You can tell why I get chubby.
You can punch my ab and it wouldn't hurt at all, because my thick layerof fat absorb
the impact. Fat works better than six pack when it comes to self defense.

643名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7fbe-pAmT)2017/11/12(日) 00:53:49.54ID:Zk9dBlk50
are you a chubby bear?
so i rub you on the bed.

644名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-vLjR)2017/11/12(日) 00:58:45.17ID:6+rVppZC0
Unfortunately, (and fortunately for me) I'm not gay.

645名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW dfa8-rEGc)2017/11/12(日) 01:23:27.17ID:j7hTrdAg0
You should become a gay, otherwise you never get married cuz a chubby guy never be able to attract women.

646名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/12(日) 01:37:10.36ID:+A+8H0ie0
Chubby (or debu) guys, bald guys, nerdy guys with ugly glassses are the top 3 unattractive guys in Japan, I would say.

647名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 5ff1-Y6f0)2017/11/12(日) 06:09:02.14ID:0JBzPozb0
>>646
Don't look a part of whole abnormally.
SOB.

648名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 5ff1-Y6f0)2017/11/12(日) 06:11:48.90ID:0JBzPozb0
>>639
However,maybe it's good for refleshing.

i spend most of the working hours sitiing at my desk
so i make it a rule to go out and eat outside during the lunchtime especially on a sunny day.
the sunlight in november is comfortable to me.
sometimes a sudden gush tries to blow away my bento.

650名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/12(日) 21:44:49.87ID:+A+8H0ie0
You made your bento every morining?

651名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW dfa8-rEGc)2017/11/12(日) 21:52:30.61ID:j7hTrdAg0
Japanese conbini bento is the best in the world

652名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/12(日) 22:01:52.43ID:FeAHAJyq0
I felt willing rather to eat お茶漬け than to eat such awful food

>>650
no, there are several bento shops around my office and i buy a cheap bento there almost everyday.
i am lazy and very reluctant to prepare bento myself.

654名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/12(日) 23:36:17.95ID:+A+8H0ie0
>>653
I see. You should eat vegetable as well. Typical bentos lack of it.

655名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/12(日) 23:37:12.76ID:+A+8H0ie0
>>652
お茶漬け is fine but I can’t stand 味噌汁ぶっかけごはん. Such a nasty food.

>>654
yes, you're right.
most bentos are full of greasy fried chickens or beefs which you can't tell are actually made of.
i try my best to eat as many tomatos or bananas as possible at dinner at home.

657名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/13(月) 00:48:58.06ID:aLYw2Qnq0
>>656
Banana is not a vegetable though... it’s full of carbo...I recommed vegetable juice to make up for that.

658名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8f-ouqv)2017/11/13(月) 01:06:18.72ID:17s5aAJS0
It's getting difficult for me to write or speak in English. I'm really sad.

659名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0f-Y6f0)2017/11/13(月) 01:07:12.46ID:EaZt1yEiH
>>654
In conbini a vegitable pack is little bit expensive.

660名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0f-Y6f0)2017/11/13(月) 01:10:31.82ID:EaZt1yEiH
>>658
Not so bad.

661名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5f2e-BX1g)2017/11/13(月) 01:43:49.79ID:oL7Ifcfn0
>>657
However, bananas include a lot of potassium. it helps to excrete salt from our body.

662名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7fbe-pAmT)2017/11/13(月) 04:01:08.02ID:e1D21laH0
>>656
i recommend to take freezed vegetables in your lunch box and defreeze by electronic oven on lunch time.

663名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW dfa8-rEGc)2017/11/13(月) 07:20:29.29ID:TEg0EG/70
Scientists classify tomatoes as fruits, but most people think of them as vegetables.

664名無しさん@英語勉強中 (US 0H63-vLjR)2017/11/13(月) 08:30:30.04ID:7Vr7E1ipH
anyone here play airsoft

too bysy to email friends of mine
I sometimes feel like having a day-off, all day

666名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 5fbd-eUVz)2017/11/13(月) 10:13:27.66ID:iVhRPZjm0
I also have holiday only 7 days on this month.
Long time day-off isn't there! It's a slave labour!

667名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/13(月) 11:38:18.56ID:BydUufuk0
>>655
Oh、oh, oh (← looks like Ooka-echizen?xD) 味噌汁ぶっかけご飯 is one of my favorite dishes
if soft-boiled egg on it, further 旨い

668名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-rEGc)2017/11/13(月) 14:35:06.62ID:TKHAtk5f0
I got 900 points in the toeic test!

669名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/13(月) 15:18:28.28ID:aLYw2Qnq0
Congrats! But it that a brag?

670名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7fbe-pAmT)2017/11/13(月) 15:27:40.37ID:e1D21laH0
a hentai in this thread has full marks of TOEIC and 1st grade of eiken.

671名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/13(月) 17:49:36.27ID:aLYw2Qnq0
>>667
Soft egg? It’s a raw egg or half-boiled egg like 温泉卵?

672名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/13(月) 21:07:04.59ID:BydUufuk0
>>671
egg's state is between liquid と solid
おいしいよ!

yesterday, when i went to the office in the morning, i spotted a long queue of people.
i wondered what was going on there and noticed they were waiting for the opening time of a pachinko store.
the long line was spectacular and looked like the one when nintendo switch was released the other day.

674名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM83-ZCxs)2017/11/13(月) 23:11:28.77ID:Q4JBGpnmM
>>673
That's laghing matter isn't it!

675名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM83-ZCxs)2017/11/13(月) 23:12:56.84ID:Q4JBGpnmM
>>675
That's nice!

676名無しさん@英語勉強中 (トンモー MM83-ZCxs)2017/11/13(月) 23:25:09.66ID:Q4JBGpnmM
セラー用英語で雑談For english speakers only.
http://mao.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/used/1510133626/

677jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/14(火) 02:39:19.53ID:oQp04LZ10
>>606 >>607
You are correct that part of the reason I like yoga is because of the pretty girls it tight clothes.
However, that's not the entire reason. It's realaxing, and nice excercise sometimes.

I didn't mean to confuse you with "running into the ocean," so I'm sorry about that. It wasn't supposed
to be an expression, I meant it literally. I just wanted to come up with something ridiculous that a person
would not normally want to do, since he was so gung-ho about it. I just thought it was funny.

>>631
I haven't been there so I can't answer from experience, but I have also heard that Oakland is not so great.
I'm sure it has it's good and bad areas, just like any big city. Are you going with a group? Stick together,
ignore any stranger that tries to talk to you on public transit, keep your wallet and phone close, maybe
in front pockets.

>>646
Do you think that's why people go to the gym?

678jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/14(火) 02:46:17.77ID:oQp04LZ10
>>662
electric oven = microwave

>>664
I have always wanted to, but I've never gone. It seems like a lot of fun. There's an airsoft store
pretty close to where I grew up, but I never had the money, and now I don't know if my friends
would want to.

>>676
I'm not selling anything though.

679名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 7fbe-ED7J)2017/11/14(火) 06:55:07.02ID:hz+ODrBc0

680jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/14(火) 07:08:36.40ID:oQp04LZ10
>>679
I love stew. What's in it? I see peas and carrots. Maybe potatos and onions too. What else?

681名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 7fbe-ED7J)2017/11/14(火) 07:18:02.96ID:hz+ODrBc0
yes. and chicken

682名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 7fbe-ED7J)2017/11/14(火) 07:35:03.77ID:hz+ODrBc0
https://22.snpht.org/171114072939.jpg
https://22.snpht.org/171114072941.jpg
a assistant professor related to natural disaster from columbia univ commented at news in jpn now.
he is such a adooorable bear!

>>681
English ability gives you a profit probably
selling things in Mercali and any other site like that.

>>682
Looks nice.
I guess making it takes much out of you.

685名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/14(火) 15:36:00.93ID:/crKpA0M0
>>682
Are you into white bears too?

686名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/14(火) 17:03:55.96ID:/crKpA0M0
Look at this. I laughed it so hard. What a bitch.

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

687名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/14(火) 17:43:01.76ID:/crKpA0M0

688名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-rEGc)2017/11/14(火) 18:02:22.59ID:9/ojCnUv0
>>686
I died laughing
By the way, she looks 40 years old lady

>>686
What make you laugh so hard?
It's easy to catch this kind of woman on street.

690名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-rEGc)2017/11/14(火) 18:18:39.56ID:9/ojCnUv0
This type of women never be able to get married. That is for sure.

>>671
>>672
Egg goes well with natto!

692名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/14(火) 19:12:55.31ID:44icOQ6l0
>>686
troll xD

693名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0f-Y6f0)2017/11/14(火) 19:58:47.53ID:KEYicwn1H
>>692
Piss off.Insane.

694名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/14(火) 20:03:04.88ID:44icOQ6l0
>>682
i am very concerned about the assistant professor's sad face.

695名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H0f-Y6f0)2017/11/14(火) 20:20:35.04ID:KEYicwn1H
>>694
Your bad brain.

696名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-vLjR)2017/11/14(火) 20:41:22.23ID:UUMs2yRn0
>>677
Thanks for answering the question regarding "running into the ocean."

>>687
Wasn't it staged? The man could be the woman's son, which doesn't make it less
normal, though. They sort of look alike.

If this is real, then the man felt good about it and let her continue to do that?
The woman has to be mentally ill. I still don't understand why he felt good as
the woman is not an attractive young woman.

697名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/14(火) 20:55:27.18ID:44icOQ6l0
>>695
your ugly face

>>686
i just sympathized with her and i have no idea how to help her out.
she needs professional treatment or support.

699名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7fbe-pAmT)2017/11/14(火) 21:02:43.76ID:iQd/3l/60
>>685
yes!

did kevin spacey really sexually harass a young boy?
i listened to a podcast which reported the news that made me gasp.
he is an oscar-winning actor in hollywood!

701名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 7fbe-pAmT)2017/11/14(火) 21:11:38.44ID:iQd/3l/60
>>694
yes. w
his anxious eyes make him more charming.

702名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/14(火) 22:44:42.01ID:44icOQ6l0
>>701
yes
he is so kawaii (w

703名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/14(火) 22:46:46.67ID:44icOQ6l0
>>700
Unfortunately that's true
i liked him

704名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-vLjR)2017/11/14(火) 22:50:03.31ID:UUMs2yRn0
>>698
If you're talking about the groping woman, one thing I don't understand is that
the man didn't reject her. He didn't seem to be scared. That's why I find the video
strange.

705名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/14(火) 22:58:21.65ID:44icOQ6l0
>>682
which place is the guy with a tearful look saying about ?
about NY and somewhere in Japan? or only NY?
日本も危ないって言ってるの?

706名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H03-Y6f0)2017/11/15(水) 01:06:19.65ID:088JuXIBH
>>697
Truly insane.

707名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H03-Y6f0)2017/11/15(水) 02:18:55.40ID:088JuXIBH
>>700
I think gay people tend to have attitude like rebel to all.

708名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 7fbe-ED7J)2017/11/15(水) 02:24:47.91ID:CIf4fS7M0
>>705
i am intoxicated for him that time, so i didnt care about the news itself.

709名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/15(水) 03:28:14.59ID:sIID0Ocv0
>>708
I know,

I put his picture on my computer desktop xD
I'm going to fall in love with him mostly Σ>―(*・д・*)→ キュン

710名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 7fbe-ED7J)2017/11/15(水) 03:30:24.37ID:CIf4fS7M0
that is my pleasure.

711jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/15(水) 04:38:06.11ID:+fhHSNw50
>>700
It seems like that sort of accusation is being made toward a lot of people in Hollywood right now.

712jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ ffd1-Kfl6)2017/11/15(水) 05:32:16.22ID:+fhHSNw50
This weekend, someone got my debit card information and ordered pizza 24 times all over the country.
Each order was between $40-60, so it was about $1,200 total (about 13,600Y).
That's a damn lot of pizza.

713名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H03-Y6f0)2017/11/15(水) 07:44:33.69ID:4MH6jBALH
>>712
Sorry.How could I believe you?

714名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H03-Y6f0)2017/11/15(水) 08:07:29.00ID:4MH6jBALH
I like to get #英語で雑談 seen a lot in Twitter!
Give me some good idea.

715名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df7d-ea84)2017/11/15(水) 09:08:47.16ID:YT8s3PVZ0
>>711
I'm not sure Kevin Spacey should be included in the series of recent revelations.
To me, he is just a gay guy with a long history love/hate relationship.

The most disturbing one is the Louis C.K. case.
I enjoyed his standup in this year on Netflix, and
from it I thought he is sort of a thoughtful/philosophical person.
But he is turned out to be jsut a male controlled by his penis.

716名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/15(水) 12:21:04.61ID:sIID0Ocv0
>>712
Oh,really?
I'm sorry to hear that

I was also stolen my card information the other day, but the credit card company
prevented criminal one inch from using the card.
According to my bankers, he/she was going to use it at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka.
I have no earthly idea where it was stolen

717名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ ffcf-ySnM)2017/11/15(水) 12:23:32.54ID:sIID0Ocv0
>>715
Reason is one thing and sex is another.
By the way he looked like a gay at the initial sight of him
Is he straight?

a young boy says "wrist watch? i don't need to wear it. only the clock function of my smartphone is enough.".
a young girl says "PC? i don't need it. i can do everything with my smartphone what you do with your PC.".
well well well.
how many devices will smartphones deprive us of in our daily life?

719名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H03-Y6f0)2017/11/15(水) 14:11:56.25ID:4MH6jBALH
>>718
However,you can see wrist watches here and there in any city.

720名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 5fbd-gk0q)2017/11/15(水) 15:01:38.40ID:HAINNmmD0
>>718
You are such a dinosaur

721名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 7f0b-ea84)2017/11/15(水) 20:00:47.45ID:7hNMwT660
>>717
he (i assume you are talking about louis) is straight i think.
he has kinds as well.
when i see that kind of news on perpetrators with kids,
the first thing comes to my mind is the future of these poor kids.

722名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-vLjR)2017/11/15(水) 22:56:55.98ID:rWPRQi6u0
>>712
One possibility is that your wife has been frustrated since she lost her job and enjoyed the shopping
spree to let off steam?
Seriously, though, I hope you've got to the cause of the problem and took preventive measures already.
Hopefully, you'll get reimbursed.

723名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ df8c-vLjR)2017/11/15(水) 23:07:04.42ID:rWPRQi6u0
>>715
Do you know the most recent case reported of child molestation by him to a young boy?
The mother of the boy, currently 18 years old held a press conference accusing
the actor. Kevin tried to distract attentions from his sexual abuse to boys in the past by
confessing he's gay.

724jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/16(木) 02:26:46.12ID:F9mnTbbd0
>>716
Luckily my bank is also good. They already gave me back the money and a new card is
on the way.
I'm glad your bank was able to save you too!

>>722
She must travel fast, because some of the orders were a thousand miles away.

725名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/16(木) 03:18:19.45ID:41DcwGKY0
Gaijins stink!

726名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Had-C+Uu)2017/11/16(木) 05:19:12.66ID:mLlGpDlNH
>>725
Go dead soon.

727名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 821d-zeDX)2017/11/16(木) 06:00:23.56ID:oUGnX8Zg0
I want to write something in English here but I have nothing to write.

728名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 8d7d-hCUB)2017/11/16(木) 06:09:55.05ID:WwvKAgg30
Good morning guys! Have a good day.

729jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/16(木) 06:18:35.47ID:F9mnTbbd0
>>727
Well, you successfully wrote English, so good job!

>>728
Good morning! I hope you have a great day. :) What do you have planned?

730名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 82be-cyUQ)2017/11/16(木) 06:26:15.39ID:a6zNdqRL0
i washed my down jacket as the clod wave is coming to japan and may fall snow on japan sea side.

>>731
Fine day here.

my dad handed me a A4 sized booklet case the other day.
he told me that going forward, it would be mine.
i opened the case and there were a collection of old silver coins which were placed neatly side by side.
most of them were what you call anniversary coin and now i am wondering how to deal with them.

733名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スップ Sd82-R1CE)2017/11/16(木) 15:26:28.94ID:UdEqT53Yd
I think most of you write well enough that you can just post on reddit or something and chat with native speakers.

It would probably help way more than those online English conversation services staffed with South East Asians whose English is barely intelligible.

Like I checked out the Native Camp thread and I'm just shaking my head at the thought that people actually pay for that.

734イギリス人 (ワッチョイ 9196-2fy2)2017/11/16(木) 16:16:09.88ID:nxRRFJoa0
>>276-277
Near Arashiyama in Kyoto, I went down a sidestreet and found a pie shop...
The name was something like "Jerry's Pies" and there was a British flag above
the entrance. That was a strange experience. Maybe if I could import the equipment,
I could open a real Fish & Chip shop. I've been to HUB, but it's just oven cooked
fish and chips, I think.

735名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/16(木) 16:27:57.06ID:41DcwGKY0
Stinks

736名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 9e4b-2dC4)2017/11/16(木) 19:43:48.57ID:2PKdieYM0
>>461
I think '2ch' comes from it being the 'second channel to Amezou', many English texts get this wrong.

in 1990's, i saved data to CD ROM.
in 2000's, i got to know external portable hard drive
and so i started to save data to it.
in 2010's, i save data to small size USB flash memory
which is very useful and easy to carry with me.
i get excited when i think about what kind of device is the next big tool for saving data,
exept for cloud technology.

738名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/16(木) 20:24:19.05ID:Hh/Eb9O70
>>727
I know what you mean. I'm learning Japanese and have the same problem.
I'm not terrible at it, I can at least hold a conversation or express myself enough so that someone who speaks little English can understand, but I'm just an apathetic person who doesn't have any opinions.
It's bad enough that I barely say anything in English, but in Japanese I just often don't know how to express myself even when I want to.
And I feel like just talking to Japanese people, them knowing that I'm a foreigner who "doesn't understand" makes it so much harder to become friends with anyone.
Like people wouldn't want to talk to me anymore once they've heard all the "novelties" from the strange world known as "anywhere but Japan."

739名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/16(木) 20:55:58.56ID:41DcwGKY0
Stinks. Again.

740名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/16(木) 21:10:22.87ID:TkN4LSC90
>>739
it's YOU

fuck off!

>>739
Shown again.

>>735
lost.Never come back.

>>740
It's going to be a chip put into under one's skin maybe.

744jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/17(金) 03:03:43.21ID:El7rdJlC0
>>733
I agree.

>>737
Did you skip minidisk? Weren't they pretty popular in Japan? Never really caught on in the US,
although I thought they were really cool.

>>743
Not the kind イギリス人さん wants to make.

It's getting cold recently isn't it?

>>736
Which subred do you recommend for that issue?

>>739
I have heard that 2ch on TV is between the nhk channels.

Is there any relation to that idea?

748名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 91be-cyUQ)2017/11/17(金) 05:04:52.56ID:hXZnJxiG0
i think sumo should retreat from TV broadcasting.

749名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 821d-zeDX)2017/11/17(金) 06:09:46.44ID:nM1SiwjP0
>>729
Thank you. This simple sentence is decent enough to write.
>>738
You must have studied Japanese a lot.
It's too hard for me to hold a conversation in English.
I'm jealous.
There is something I've been thinking about a friend - definition of a friend.
(A)friend(s) means 友達 literally, but I feel some differences between a friend and 友達
To become friends is easier than become 友達.
友達 is more like good friends or close friends.
It's hard to make 友達 for me tho.

750jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/17(金) 07:24:25.55ID:El7rdJlC0
>>749
I know what you mean.
It's also harder as an adult. When I was a child, it was easy to make friends.

751名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 91be-cyUQ)2017/11/17(金) 10:36:40.52ID:hXZnJxiG0
reportedly Bulma's voice actor died just before.

752名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-SXe8)2017/11/17(金) 12:01:59.31ID:+YdP/pnE0
I look ugly today. I don't wanna go out. My face is ao round and red.

753名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/17(金) 13:41:02.80ID:7F3JK/rf0
Fuck gaijins. But only Whites.

My taste of girl is cauasian. Only cauasian.
So I have almost no hope here in Japan.

Where should I live?

>>753
How do you think about that North chon nanmins are coming to Japan in near future.
I hate chon,because of their rude attitude.

756名無しさん@英語勉強中 (オッペケ Srd1-2dRS)2017/11/17(金) 14:12:21.24ID:vbVqb0mdr
I will write one word in english everyday.

>>751
Romantic ageruyo〜...

>>751
technically,actress

759名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/17(金) 14:51:33.65ID:7F3JK/rf0
>>755
I don’t like them neither.

760名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/17(金) 14:59:31.79ID:7F3JK/rf0
>>754
Well if you are Asian, there is no hope to date with white girls even if you go abroad. They think Asians are disgusting human-looking animals.

>>760
Bullshit you shit.
My ex was white. She was not so beautiful tho.

762名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/17(金) 16:01:03.07ID:7F3JK/rf0
Ew! White girls are the worst. They will look so old as they age. They constantly need to get botox

I get an erection only for whites.


765名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/17(金) 17:17:54.55ID:7F3JK/rf0
>>764
I just saw the video and he is one of those typical whites. We have to stand up and make sure all whites are put in labor camps!

766名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/17(金) 17:58:28.62ID:T+bssenm0
>>749
>You must have studied Japanese a lot.
Not really. I've been studying for less than a year.
I've made some good progress, I guess, but I'm never happy with it.
It's way harder for me to have a verbal conversation than a written one, for that matter.
When you're just typing you can take your time to think out everything and look up a word if you need to.
When speaking you don't have that luxury.

>(A)friend(s) means 友達 literally, but I feel some differences between a friend and 友達
I don't quite get what you're getting at here.
Maybe there are just cultural differences that define what a "friend" is.
Although I wouldn't say I have very many friends at all. I have one best friend, a handful of sort-of-friends, and over a dozen acquaintances.

>>760
You can snag some at least decent looking white girls by just being Japanese.
I mean there are race chasers of all kinds, but there's plenty of decent looking white girls who would go crazy for a Japanese boyfriend.
Of course, if you're ugly, you'll need to lower your standards accordingly. But at the same time, the uglier they get, the more rabid they get for a Japanese boyfriend.

>>766
Those rare species are anime girls.

768名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H76-C+Uu)2017/11/17(金) 18:24:06.11ID:NNzr+CRKH
>>764
Here is not your message board.

769名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H76-C+Uu)2017/11/17(金) 18:25:09.19ID:NNzr+CRKH
>>789
A lil bit of agree.

770名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H76-C+Uu)2017/11/17(金) 18:32:51.64ID:NNzr+CRKH
Whites are inmoral basically.
That's commonly known world wide.

Y'all must know that beauty and military capabilities are justice after all.

Be strong.

Being beautiful is the strength for women. Being financially strong is the strength for men.

773名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H76-C+Uu)2017/11/17(金) 18:58:32.49ID:NNzr+CRKH
>>795
No idea.You like coming from other planet.

>>770
I totally agree with you. Whites are nemesis for the world peace.

775名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ e1bd-4/t2)2017/11/17(金) 20:53:39.40ID:7F3JK/rf0

776名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スッップ Sd22-tkS5)2017/11/17(金) 22:04:49.69ID:BKZ31xQQd
I want to eat BBQ.

777名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 0224-jZop)2017/11/17(金) 22:31:57.14ID:3g1i0u6S0
I wish I had been a bird.

778名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 291e-GedN)2017/11/17(金) 23:26:32.56ID:Ow2eCWh50
jiwaru

779名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 99f1-C+Uu)2017/11/18(土) 00:34:59.43ID:clcmM3tU0
>>800
It's getting cold
out there.

780名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/18(土) 00:42:37.81ID:/o6RlAJg0
>>816
Let’s have a hot pot party!

>>744
no, i didn't use a minidisk at all.
i can't even remember what it was like.

782名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 99f1-C+Uu)2017/11/18(土) 01:05:00.58ID:clcmM3tU0
>>804
Sounds really nice.
What kind of one is the best for you?

783名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/18(土) 01:20:56.36ID:/o6RlAJg0
>>917
I have a thing for motsu nabe and kimchi nabe. Great choice for freaking cold weather!

784名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/18(土) 01:27:26.26ID:CC614mH40
Some kind of time machine is coming out of people asses

785名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 99f1-C+Uu)2017/11/18(土) 02:21:27.66ID:clcmM3tU0
>>808
Go get a good doctor!

786jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/18(土) 02:23:53.43ID:+vOVy4hz0
Between the racists and the future-replying trolls, there wasn't actually as much conversation
as it looks like today.

787名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hf1-C+Uu)2017/11/18(土) 02:25:11.92ID:clcmM3tUH
>>807
The both are nice and
I like mizutaki too.

788名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 99f1-C+Uu)2017/11/18(土) 02:27:34.20ID:clcmM3tU0
>>810
I have no idea where you are getting at in
that conversation.

789名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/18(土) 02:54:07.77ID:/o6RlAJg0
>>819
I know! Mizutaki is the best! I like putting some yuzu pepper on it.

790名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/18(土) 03:35:52.26ID:/o6RlAJg0
Blake Shelton is not sexy at all. Why this racist won the sexiest man title? I don’t understand.

791名無しさん@英語勉強中 (オッペケ Srd1-2dRS)2017/11/18(土) 04:17:26.87ID:VfrY+JVcr
Why does he speak for feature?

792名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 821d-zeDX)2017/11/18(土) 04:51:00.85ID:zPTd3qff0
>>766
I mean I have no friends.

793名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 821d-zeDX)2017/11/18(土) 05:22:01.47ID:zPTd3qff0
It's getting colder and colder. Winter is coming.
2018 will be the year of the dog (戊戌)in zodiac of Japanese.
I'm wondering if the Dire wolf suits in twelve zodiac of Japanese better than the dog.

794jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/18(土) 05:34:50.94ID:+vOVy4hz0
>>793
So are you a dog year and you think it's lame, so you want to be dire wolf since it
sounds cooler?

795名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 91be-8BYu)2017/11/18(土) 08:10:17.50ID:Wa4Xs7Lu0
i am dog year but i like turtle.
https://i.imgur.com/JOFoAWy.jpg

796名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 91be-cyUQ)2017/11/18(土) 08:21:25.56ID:F8nNmnfR0
http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/news4wide/imgs/1/4/146b2c3c.jpg
why american sells milk via plastic bottle?

797jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/18(土) 09:55:22.06ID:+vOVy4hz0
>>796
Instead of what? Those are gallons. You can also see cartons in that picture, for quarts
and half-gallons.

798名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 91be-cyUQ)2017/11/18(土) 09:58:55.42ID:F8nNmnfR0

799jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/18(土) 10:14:58.52ID:+vOVy4hz0
>>798
That paper container is called a "carton" in English. We have them too for smaller sizes.
You can see some in the first picture. https://i.imgur.com/Obe3LqJ.jpg

For Canadian milk, you have to buy a pitcher like this:
https://i.pinimg.com/originals/30/db/a4/30dba43cce8dd3f09add7d5b67bfc0a7.jpg
and you save the pitcher and just buy a new bag. I have tried it, and even though it looks
like the bag will spill, it actually works just fine. Then you only throw away the bag, so it
creates less waste.

800名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 91be-cyUQ)2017/11/18(土) 10:43:35.20ID:F8nNmnfR0
https://en.rocketnews24.com/2017/11/16/tokyo-train-companys-apology-for-20-second-early-departure-is-one-of-the-best-things-about-japan/
Tokyo train company’s apology for 20-second-early departure is one of the best things about Japan

what do you think?

801jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/18(土) 10:46:05.80ID:+vOVy4hz0
>>800
I think the idea of apologizing for being off schedule by such a small amount is pretty funny,
but I can understand why they did it, since the train system is famous for being perfectly
on time.

802名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-SXe8)2017/11/18(土) 10:47:48.88ID:0xESnHx+0
Japan is crazy. People are robots. They are not human. I wanna escape from here.

803jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/18(土) 10:49:21.03ID:+vOVy4hz0
I really enjoyed chatting today but I'm about to leave work so I will probably be gone
for the weekend. I'll try and remember to check in on my phone. Have a great day!

>>826
Escape soon.No one cares.

805名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-SXe8)2017/11/18(土) 10:57:14.21ID:0xESnHx+0
Are you afraid of AI? Haa! that makes me funny! You guys are already AI, haa!!! Because you are a human robot mother fucker!

806名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/18(土) 13:22:53.32ID:iJKWHqqJ0
>>800
ワラタw

807名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/18(土) 13:24:31.46ID:iJKWHqqJ0
>>802
please get out, please

808名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/18(土) 13:26:09.39ID:iJKWHqqJ0
>>803
OK. Have a good day

809名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/18(土) 13:29:19.74ID:iJKWHqqJ0
What is this? many mad men here today

810名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/18(土) 13:31:35.16ID:iJKWHqqJ0
>>804
you were bullied by foreigners on 4ch or something?

>>808
SOB
Probably you have no brain.

Do you all the guys here have a
wrong number when you reply on
viewer?

813名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/18(土) 15:42:33.27ID:iJKWHqqJ0
>>811
and you have no dick (´`c_,'`)プッ 

814名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/18(土) 15:53:47.54ID:/o6RlAJg0
Below 18cm dick is not a dick.

815名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/18(土) 17:29:21.65ID:2XZnPjQM0
>>793
It really is getting colder.
Not quite as cold as I'd like, though.
Here in Sweden where I live it rarely gets cold enough for it to snow.
Pretty sad considering when people think of Sweden,
snow is probably one of the first things that come to mind.

I wanna fuck white chicks.
Tonight,I'm gonna go pick up them in a club.

817名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/18(土) 17:49:57.20ID:/o6RlAJg0
Ikea comes to my mind when it comes to Sweden.

818名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/18(土) 17:50:16.54ID:/o6RlAJg0
>>816
Be careful to get STDs

>>818
I don't fuck black. So I'm okay.

820名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW a92e-eaRs)2017/11/18(土) 21:23:43.26ID:XZYENW7Y0
>>818
it's called STIs these days.

Hey yo you guy,working at medical place?
You sound intelligent yo!

For your another spare time please come to the new site.
http://chat-in-english.bbs.fc2.com/

I'm going to the gym.
See you later,English sets!

>>840
So what?

825名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/18(土) 21:49:36.08ID:/o6RlAJg0
I hang out with this white gaijin for the first time at a cafe and he asked me to go to his home. I politely declined that offer. Was he asking sex?

826名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H76-C+Uu)2017/11/18(土) 21:57:32.74ID:IrPtVk1HH
>>845
Mr.badbrain.

827名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/18(土) 22:04:15.99ID:2XZnPjQM0
>>825
Are you a woman? If not, did he look like a peter puffer?
If so then maybe he was trying to get some sex out of the ordeal.
Seems like a very sitcom-ish way of trying to get laid though.

828名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0H76-C+Uu)2017/11/18(土) 22:16:15.86ID:IrPtVk1HH
>>849
It depends.No idea.Sorry.

>>825
Precisely!
White friends always say Japa girls are easy to ask having fuck. And they say Japa girls are good at blow job.
This is true story. Be careful with white shits.

I just noticed my booty is way sexier than thin Jap girls.

>>832
That's a cospiracy theory.

832名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 82cc-JeRx)2017/11/19(日) 00:03:05.80ID:K78ijLOb0
>>831
Annoying die

833名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/19(日) 00:31:08.28ID:7MSTIZvN0
In japan, 95% of japanese people can't speak english at all. I don't have an english speaking friend. I'm eager to talk with people in english. But I'm too shy to go to an international party held in Roppongi and Shibuya. I hate these places.
How can I practice english in this country. Holly shit.

834名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 82cc-C6rM)2017/11/19(日) 01:02:22.68ID:K78ijLOb0
>>833
You are shy as you said.
So you better live as an ordinary Jap. That's it.
Or come with me to Ropp together.

>>835
Fuck off.

>>837
You are totally no class as you are.

837名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/19(日) 02:14:57.64ID:Szq1fe2s0
Shibuya is teem with tons of gaijins. One of the dangerous places in Japan.

838名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 82cc-C6rM)2017/11/19(日) 02:27:21.10ID:K78ijLOb0
>>837
You're hikkī.

839名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/19(日) 02:45:48.22ID:Szq1fe2s0
No I’m not Utada Hikaru.

840名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/19(日) 07:46:20.23ID:7MSTIZvN0
This thread is full of boring guys

841名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 0224-Nbfe)2017/11/19(日) 08:01:46.38ID:1vylESho0
if only I could fly the sky

842名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 02a3-Nbfe)2017/11/19(日) 08:10:49.83ID:ej47dSKX0
If I were a bird,I would fly across the Pacific Ocean.

843名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/19(日) 08:31:50.74ID:7MSTIZvN0
If you could have one super power, what would you choose?
Most people might choose "flying". But I would say "invisibility".

844名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/19(日) 14:10:45.66ID:Szq1fe2s0
I got a pack of cornstarch today. I’m happy.

845名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/19(日) 16:26:01.96ID:4L4Esuwi0
why gys here cant do verbal exchanges
everyone just tweets unrelated one owrd each other here.
let's have more an intelligent conversation!

You shoud not expect too much here, dude

847名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/19(日) 17:59:46.16ID:u+7o5RLZ0
>>843
I'd probably choose invisibility as well.
But if I could get the power to never need to sleep, eat, or drink, then I'd go with that instead.
Invisibility also wouldn't work versus infrared cameras. Invisible or not, you still emit heat.

>>864
Now you're full of boring.

>>870
Coz you're here.

850名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 821d-zeDX)2017/11/19(日) 19:20:38.64ID:5wIcKPVU0
>>815
Wait are you from Sweden?
I've heard that the building industry is so progressing there like the concept of passive house.
It's way too cold here even when you are in a room.
>>799
I've never seen such a plastic bag of milk but I want to try it someday.
It seems that you must treat it carefully especially when you transport and stock it up.
>>833
We got the Internet. Do you know what ”language exchange” is like?
You can help people who want to learn Japanese, or any other languages, and then they would help you in return.
Are you on any social media? Let’s get partners and chat!

851名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/19(日) 19:23:58.85ID:Szq1fe2s0
It’s so windy and cold outside. Stay inside and do “nukunuku” at home is the best.

852名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 91be-8BYu)2017/11/19(日) 19:33:40.67ID:+YAz4nCj0
now i grip my sausage and "nukunuku"

853名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 0224-jZop)2017/11/19(日) 19:34:16.13ID:hExWMUrg0
What do you do with invibility...
Actually,l can guess a lot of things,
but at last you might only feel vanity with it...

854名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-SXe8)2017/11/19(日) 19:37:16.83ID:1Tqi2jom0
Not vanity but satisfaction

855名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hf1-C+Uu)2017/11/19(日) 19:46:00.73ID:DT5xsU+FH
http://chat-in-english.bbs.fc2.com/

For your another spare time please come to the new site.

856名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 0224-jZop)2017/11/19(日) 20:02:40.76ID:hExWMUrg0
Satisfaction only arise from direct interaction.
Hinding behind veil gives you certain extent of pleasure,
but it won't get you nowhere.

857名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 0224-jZop)2017/11/19(日) 20:12:02.58ID:hExWMUrg0
I should've used anywhere rather than nowhere.

858名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-SXe8)2017/11/19(日) 20:15:29.07ID:1Tqi2jom0
It depends on people whether you feel satisfied or not with it. I would get satisfied. You wouldn't get satisfied. That's it.

859名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/19(日) 20:15:36.07ID:u+7o5RLZ0
>>850
Yep, I'm from Sweden.
I haven't heard about those so called passive houses, though.
All I know is that the capital where I live, Stockholm, has a serious housing shortage.
All the immigration into the country makes it hard to find somewhere to live.
And the few places that you can find are really expensive.

Oh, and if you or >>833-san have any social media or Discord (a very popular free chat program,)
then we could talk and help each other with the respective languages we're learning.

860名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/19(日) 20:26:30.27ID:Szq1fe2s0
Another gaijin! Stink!

861名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/19(日) 22:38:05.15ID:4L4Esuwi0
there also are some people who get in the way of exchanges between Japanese and
westerners, like >>860,>>785,>>804 in 4ch. why??

862名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/19(日) 22:44:19.84ID:4L4Esuwi0
some kind of operatives?
that never happend on the other countries' thread

>>859
i didn't know about discord at all until you mentioned it in your post.
i got interested in it and i will check what equipment i need and other requirements to enjoy it.
thank you!

864名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ cdcf-cjtC)2017/11/19(日) 22:54:12.57ID:ASI88J2v0
hey native speakers.
Is it appropriate to say "take off" when I want you to take off your jacket?
Without an object of prepositon off, does that just sound like ordering taking off (from runway) ?
How about just saying "put off"?
Which is better , put off or take off ?

865名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ cdcf-cjtC)2017/11/19(日) 23:00:56.03ID:ASI88J2v0
>>859
Do you welcome ibrahimovic in your soccer squad again?
Do you want all swedish soccer squad as ideal?

>>833
you might acquire drug addiction as well as english speaking skill.
that is what worries me most.

866名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/19(日) 23:14:57.50ID:Szq1fe2s0
Ugh! So many gaijin lovers here!

867名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Sa05-bWiF)2017/11/20(月) 00:09:24.11ID:kP4BOuWVaHAPPY
>>864
You speak english well.
And the same time stink well.
Now putting all together you've got
suicidal tendencies.

868名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Sa05-bWiF)2017/11/20(月) 00:10:02.43ID:kP4BOuWVaHAPPY
>>870
And → At

869名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Sa05-bWiF)2017/11/20(月) 00:13:41.42ID:kP4BOuWVaHAPPY
>>869
Let's talk about North korea.

870名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 02:21:16.70ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
>>864
"Take off your jacket" is totally fine. "Put off your jacket" doesn't sound right.

>>865
I don't know anything about soccer or sports, so I don't have any opinion on the matter.

871名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! cdcf-cjtC)2017/11/20(月) 02:45:22.85ID:0yQz8AK10HAPPY
>>870
then, how about "take off" only without "your jacket" ?
which sounds right "take off" only or "put off" only ?

I was surprised you don't have an interst in soccer.
Soccer must be most popular sport in Sweden.
You didn't care when Sweden beated Italy in worldcup playoff ?
The loss of Italy was relatively a big sports news even in Japan.

I guess even people who don't care about soccer in dailylife
get excited when it comes to worldcup.

person like you is common in Sweden?

872名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Spd1-C6rM)2017/11/20(月) 03:06:32.62ID:uwY85Jc8pHAPPY
I tend to judge 異性 by looks.
I want to be able to see personality.
I'm feeling that I'm mentally child.
That's why I don't have a girlfriend and also be cherry boy.
I'm bitter(;_;)

873名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 03:14:47.10ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
>>871
Do you mean as a sentence on its own? Neither would be correct.
"Take *it* off" ("it" being the jacket, if it's obvious from context) would be fine.
"Put off" doesn't work. You *put* on clothes, but you *take* them off.
The only instance I can think of where "put off" would be when used as an expression.
"I was put off by the color of her shirt" - meaning "I really didn't like the color of her shirt" for example.

Yes, I believe soccer is the most popular sport here.
I heard about the Sweden vs. Italy world cup match, but I didn't know we won until you told me just now.

I don't know if people like me are common, but most people I personally know don't care about sports either.

874名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! cdcf-cjtC)2017/11/20(月) 04:49:09.54ID:0yQz8AK10HAPPY
>>873
thanks. then when i said just take off, a person who was talked to would feel like being ordered to
take off (from a runway) if possible?

>I heard about the Sweden vs. Italy world cup match, but I didn't know we won until you told me just now.

uwahahahahaha(japanese expresion of laughing)

>I don't know if people like me are common, but most people I personally know don't care about sports either.
Really. Have you ever heard of Ibrahimovic, world famous FW player?
As you can see, he is valcan and islamic descent. he looks some kind of white but
pretty different from average swedes.
Does that something to do with swedish indifference to national squad?
you think Ibrahimovic is not one of you?

As for scandinavian soccer player, 18 year old genius boy, Martin &Oslash;degaard is often featured.
He has 100% viking looks.
You must not have heard his name.

875名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 06:17:55.93ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
>>874
If you just tell someone "take off" then unless you're pointing to their jacket,
it could be interpreted as you telling them to get lost (that is to say, to go away.)
You should say "take IT off" or "take THAT off" if you don't want to sound vague.
And if you want to make it a little nicer, you can add a "please" at the start or end of the sentence.

I have heard of Ibrahimovic, but only through news headlines and the likes.
I have very, very little interest in soccer, so naturally I know very little about it as well.

As for our supposed nationwide indifference to a multinational team,
I don't know for sure. But since Sweden seems to be dead set on being extremely politically correct,
I doubt that even people who aren't okay with it would want to speak out for fear of facing repercussions.

876名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!W 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/20(月) 07:23:57.99ID:3/AsJ9xw0HAPPY
We learned "take off" when we were junior high school students.

877名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Sa05-bWiF)2017/11/20(月) 11:19:18.02ID:ik/mXPY1aHAPPY
I guess practical usage and sound match
are so important for making scentence checking the conversations.

878名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 1d4d-AWKa)2017/11/20(月) 11:40:05.77ID:ddZP+1ul0HAPPY
It is very tough for me to learn those phrasal verbs by heart because in general, each one has a lot of different meanings.
On top of that, I'm often at my wit's end for what is best when I choose one from among those which have similar meanings.
So, I make it a habit not to use them as much as possible.

879名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Spd1-C6rM)2017/11/20(月) 12:38:01.92ID:JTbUdoyKpHAPPY
>>876
Jack off?

880名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Srd1-2dRS)2017/11/20(月) 15:25:02.96ID:BAVztAtyrHAPPY
I don't think to read long sentence.

881名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 1d4d-AWKa)2017/11/20(月) 16:28:08.55ID:ddZP+1ul0HAPPY
>>880
Who are you referring to? Me? If so, I'm very happy with your comment.
What I keep in mind is to compose as long English sentences as possibe, no matter how redundant they are.lol
I've read a couple of books on writing techniques and they unanimously say," the shorter,the better when you write sentences."
However, I don't believe them because ironically, their sentences are in fact long when they develop their argument.
Making the most of relative pronouns and adverbs, I want to acquire a good command of English someday.

882名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!WW 0224-Nbfe)2017/11/20(月) 17:01:06.80ID:YujSPe4H0HAPPY
>>872
Cherish your cherry.
Someday it will blossom.
Open your mind and you will be attracted by personalities.

883名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 17:09:52.40ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
>>878
Japanese also sort of has them in the form of verbs such as 書き取る、走り出す、
and 飛び出す just to name a few.
But don't worry about having a hard time learning them, because to me,
these kinds of verbs don't make any sense either. When I first saw 引き取る
I saw "draw take" which I thought meant "pull in" or "reel in" and then it turned
out it meant "to take over/take custody of" which was a total surprise to me.

Expressions are another thing that are annoying for learners of any language.
Especially pinpointing the exact nuance of it. An English learner might find out
"oh my god" is an expression of surprise, but might not know you can also use it
in basically any scenario. You can use it when you're angry, when you're scared,
when you're bored, when you're happy, you name it.

884名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Srd1-2dRS)2017/11/20(月) 17:25:38.28ID:BAVztAtyrHAPPY
I'm sorry. I wrote it intense.

885名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 1d4d-AWKa)2017/11/20(月) 18:45:55.15ID:ddZP+1ul0HAPPY
>>883
Thank you for responding to my post. You must be a native speaker.
As an earnest learner of English, I'm a bit excited to have an opportunity to converse with you. lol
Frankly speaking, your story was literally an eye opener to me because I've never thought about how hard foreign people learn Japanese.
Now that I've realized we are even in that we are having a hard time in learning a second language, I'll follow your advice.
I'll study phrasal verbs in a more relaxed manner. Did I make myself understood? Sorry for my poor English!!

886名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!W e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/20(月) 18:53:37.39ID:BlWi/u6o0HAPPY
Gaijins and its worshippers stink!

887名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 18:55:46.10ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
>>885
I'm not a native speaker, though. I'm Swedish, but I've been speaking English
fluently for about 8 years now.
Although Nordic languages and English are extremely closely related,
so some of the most fluent non-natives you'll find are from Northern Europe.

I'm glad my little anecdote was interesting. But honestly, it must be just as hard
for Japanese people to learn English, since the two languages are basically total opposites.
Just today I thought about how hard it must be to wrap your head around the difference between
"in" and "on," especially in fluent usage. We say we're on a train, on a plane, and on a bike,
but we say we're in a house, in a car, in a good mood, in a rush, and so on.
I imagine it must also be really hard to get used to all the articles (a, an, the, etc.)
and needing to almost always use "I" and "you" when these are omitted almost all the time in Japanese.

Your English is perfectly understandable. The only mistake I can see is
"I've never thought about how hard foreign people learn Japanese"
because I assume you meant "how hard *it is for* foreign people *to* learn Japanese."
If not, then it's still a correct sentence, but it sounds weird. It implies all foreign people who learn Japanese
study it hard, and that you thought about how hard they study. Like I said, it's not wrong, but it sounds weird.

If you have any other questions about the English language then I'd be happy to answer them.

888名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Sd22-tkS5)2017/11/20(月) 19:00:07.88ID:qyGWg/cWdHAPPY
Since November 18 ,I have been hospitalized for appendicitis and prohibited to eat anything. So, I miss my favorite foods very much.

889名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!W e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/20(月) 19:16:03.96ID:BlWi/u6o0HAPPY
That’s no big deal.

890名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! e1bd-JNqm)2017/11/20(月) 19:22:41.43ID:tdkMZv9C0HAPPY
A-ha-n, a-ha-n, a-ha-n, a-ha-n,

891名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 20:10:22.68ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
I'm not that familiar with 5ch/2ch (do you guys still call it 2ch, even now?)
but I'm wondering if there's a thread like this one but for Japanese learners to chat or have their writing corrected.
I don't see one in the thread list, but maybe I didn't look hard enough.

>>888
That sounds terrible. I hope you get better soon.

892名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Spd1-aK5r)2017/11/20(月) 20:24:21.21ID:YoN4sv4+pHAPPY
IKEA guy again!

893名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! Sd22-tkS5)2017/11/20(月) 20:43:44.54ID:qyGWg/cWdHAPPY
>>891
Thank you.

894名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!W 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/20(月) 21:05:31.91ID:3/AsJ9xw0HAPPY
I like IKEA, but I prefer Nitori.
I admit IKEA excels any other home centers at wooden furniture, but all other stuff in Nitori is superior to IKEA's counterpart.

*I'd appreciate it if you notice mistakes above.

895名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 21:20:40.04ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
>>894
I admit (that) IKEA *is better* at *making* wooden furniture *than any other home center*,
but all other stuff(/everything else) *at* Nitori is superior to IKEA's counterparts.

The "that" is optional but excluding it is a little colloquial, likewise "all other stuff" is also
pretty colloquial while "everything else" is more formal in style.
There's nothing wrong with being colloquial, but "excel," "superior," and "counterpart"
are all more formal/less colloquial words. Mixing the styles isn't wrong, but it's very much
like writing 「ニトリのやつはIKEAのやつより上手いであります」

(Pardon me if I got that wrong, I just wanted to try to illustrate the difference if possible.)

896名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!W e1bd-aK5r)2017/11/20(月) 21:44:46.63ID:BlWi/u6o0HAPPY
Nitori is so lame and everything looks so cheap...

897名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!W 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/20(月) 21:48:56.56ID:3/AsJ9xw0HAPPY
>>895
Thanks a lot ! You rock!

898名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 1d4d-AWKa)2017/11/20(月) 22:29:05.21ID:ddZP+1ul0HAPPY
>>887
I thank God for letting me meet a person who seems to be friendly and cheerful. lol

So, you are Swedish. Speaking of Sweden, my knowledge toward your country is limited to the one most ordinary Japanese people have.
Having said that, there are two things I'm most interested in about it.
One is that although you country is famous for its high-walfare system, what is a negative aspect about that ?
That's because I've learned that your people tend to get divorced easily.
And the other is how you treat old people when they get terminally ill because I personally think the concept of " vitalism" is now prevailing
in Japanese siciety, which is " the longer you live, the better it is."

899名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 22:40:09.55ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
>>898
>One is that although you country is famous for its high-walfare system, what is a negative aspect about that ?
The first would be that it's very easy to abuse. You get quite a lot of money, especially if you live with your parents,
and if you meet certain criteria (for example, if you have a mental illness) you may not need to work at all to earn that money.
So there is a decent portion of the population that simply abuse the system and get money without working at all.
This is EXTREMELY prominent with immigrants who come here and simply act like parasites, never bothering to properly
learn the language or adopt to the culture, let alone work.

>That's because I've learned that your people tend to get divorced easily.
I don't know why that is, but it seems plausible. Divorce rates are going up in every western country, but if they're particularly
bad here then that might be because women almost always receive the best outcome from a divorce. They take 50% of
a pre-divorce household's assets and income and then (if they get custody of any children) they can also demand alimony
from the husband. Maybe divorce rates are also higher because we are a very atheist country that don't see marriage as anything
holy that shouldn't be broken because God doesn't want us to.

>And the other is how you treat old people when they get terminally ill
In the west, while we do treat the elderly nicely or at least decently, we definitely don't
show them the same level of respect as Japanese people do.
I believe it's very common (not in every case, but still common) for old people to be put into
retirement homes so they'll be cared for by the staff there. I don't know whether the old person's
pension pays for the care or if their children pay for it, but it definitely isn't common for old people
to live with their children and grandchildren here.

900名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/20(月) 22:45:36.40ID:9zhGPnZ30HAPPY
ID with HAPPY. what is this?

901名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!W 82cc-C6rM)2017/11/20(月) 22:56:53.93ID:NwgTo49m0HAPPY
>>900
Happy day happy day!\(^ω^)/

I always love at first sight.
In izakaya,very very beautiful girls was sitting at a next table.
But I was with girl friends,so I couldn't nampa.
I'm sad.

902名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/20(月) 22:58:21.94ID:9zhGPnZ30HAPPY
>>895
i think you are a good English teacher
you seem to understand Japanese pretty

903名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/20(月) 23:07:22.37ID:9zhGPnZ30HAPPY
>>887
German also appears to similar to English
that means German is similar to Swedish?

904名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/20(月) 23:13:56.54ID:9zhGPnZ30HAPPY
書き直し
I'm >>902

>>895
I think you are a good English teacher for Japanese
Because you seem to understand Japanese pretty much

905名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday! 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/20(月) 23:27:31.84ID:7xPeqzgF0HAPPY
>>903
They're all in the same language family; the Germanic language family.
However, I think Swedish and English are much more similar than German and either of the other two.
German has grammatical genders and is, in my opinion, much more complex than English.
However, because they're all related and share some vocabulary, if you speak any of these three
languages then learning one of the other ones should be easy.
That said, I don't speak German as I don't have any interest in the language.

>>902
>>904
Thank you for the compliment, however I would not be confident as a teacher since my path to
English fluency is primarily through exposure and knowing what "feels" right rather than the
technicalities that make languages work as they work, so if someone were to ask me questions
that involved linguistic terms beyond my current (basic) understanding I would be completely
unable to answer them.
Furthermore, I can only speak Japanese at roughly an intermediate level, and I'd probably make
many mistakes while doing so.

906名無しさん@英語勉強中 (HappyBirthday!WW 0224-Nbfe)2017/11/20(月) 23:43:11.30ID:YujSPe4H0HAPPY
It must be like the relationship between Japanese and Koreans.
Both can easily master the other language because of grammatical similarities.
By the way,your Japanese is not in intermediate level but in completely advanced level.
I have to admit that your Japanese is far better than my English as a second language to the extent that it is hard to believe that you are non-japanese.

907名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/21(火) 00:44:46.80ID:Ty0GSMOw0
>>905
I learned German a little at college as a Second Language program
so I might kind of suitable for Swedish to learn


> I can only speak Japanese at roughly

You dont look like that way
You appear to understand some phrase that the Japanese English learners
are commonly confused when speaking English

>>925
No moral like animal.

909名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/21(火) 01:02:42.97ID:lPx63cgW0
>>907
I could likely hold a conversation in Japanese, but I'd sound very unnatural
and I would no doubt make some mistakes.
I mean, I would definitely be way better off than a fresh-off-the-boat English
teacher who barely speaks a word of Japanese, and I'd at least try not to say
anything rude and not translate everything mentally (I know you don't need to
say 私 and 貴方 like we do in English) but I'd still only barely manage.

910jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/21(火) 02:36:11.40ID:Qcq6IrG+0
>>825
Who knows? We would need more information. Just based on what you said, probably not.
Did he give a reason for inviting you?

>>843
I would choose transforming power.

>>850
The milk bags are sturdy enough that they don't break easily just from carrying them around.
You put the entire bag into the pitcher, and then cut the corner, so there's no chance to spill until it's
in a stable container. I just realized there is no cap though. The hole is just exposed all the time.
That seems like it would be a problem.

>>861
You can't escape trolls on the internet. Best to ignore them.

911jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/21(火) 03:10:46.40ID:Qcq6IrG+0
>>864
"take off" is completely right. "put off" sounds really weird. If you said that, people
wouldn't understand.

>>909
That's pretty much where I am too. I studied Japanese for 4 years, but I've forgotten
a lot of it in the last 10 years.

912名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ cdcf-cjtC)2017/11/21(火) 05:15:13.88ID:19oHlXw70
On a radio program, one japanese university professor was talking about his experience.

He said "take off" in his class. Then one foreign student, probably from eastern europe corrected a
mistake and taught him "put off" ,laughing.
"Take off" would mean "fly from a runway" in that case .

Something didn't seem right for me and I looked it up on the dictionary and found out "take off"
seemed to be correct.
From his story, it's not clear wheter he said just "take off" or "take off objective (for example,
coat)"
So I wanted to confirm if "put off" makes sense when it's used as intransitive verb.

>>911
take off your coat○
put off your coat×

how about
take off ?
put off?

All in all, even English speaking Europeans sometimes make a mistake.
Japanese are not confident about English, so the proffessor assumed he made a mistake.

913jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/21(火) 05:53:54.61ID:Qcq6IrG+0
>>712
If you just say "put off" or "take off" by itself without more to the sentence, then "put off" doesn't
mean anything, and the only way to interpret "take off" is telling the person to go away, just like
our Swedish friend said.
If you say "take it off," it is colloquially understood to mean "take your clothes off."

I can't think of a situation where a single phrase could be confused for either taking off clothes, or
flying in an airplane.

914jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/21(火) 06:03:32.06ID:Qcq6IrG+0
>>912
Also, "put off" is never going to be talking about an airport runway.

915名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スッップ Sd22-tkS5)2017/11/21(火) 08:14:05.26ID:7NQIBYvmd
I've been admitted to hospital for four days.
I'm so bored that I spent almost all the daytime sleeping.
I want to practice English writing,but there is nothing to write about .

916名無しさん@英語勉強中 (スッップ Sd22-tkS5)2017/11/21(火) 08:14:56.20ID:7NQIBYvmd
spent→spend

917名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 02a3-Nbfe)2017/11/21(火) 08:48:26.55ID:XTbNEh4b0
The best way to improve writing skills is paraphrase the sentences in grammar books.
For instance if there is a sentence like "I wish I lived near my school", then you gonna write sentences using this phrase relating to your life such as "I wish I could leave the hospital now. "

918jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/21(火) 10:47:09.60ID:Qcq6IrG+0
>>915
Are you the one with appendicitis? I hope you feel better soon. Are there any cute nurses?

919jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/21(火) 10:50:23.82ID:Qcq6IrG+0
>>915
By the way, "spent" can also be used and the sentence is correct, however the meaning
is slightly different. If you say "spent" then you already went through the whole day with
just sleeping.
If you say "spend," then you have already been sleeping in the day, but it also means you're
still in the middle of doing that, too.
全部の日寝た vs 全部の日寝ている

920名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-SXe8)2017/11/21(火) 10:58:13.15ID:aP5ahTKW0
So, that "spend" is same as "have been spending", right?

921名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ a981-IKRN)2017/11/21(火) 11:07:40.19ID:bK8oqxJB0
Looks like you guys have been working hard on teaching and learning
how to write good English. Keep up the good work!

>>939
Talking about wether is fine isn't it?

Sex sex sex on the beach!

924名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ a981-IKRN)2017/11/21(火) 15:18:19.71ID:bK8oqxJB0
Six sex acts with a bitch!

925名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ a981-IKRN)2017/11/21(火) 15:20:05.57ID:bK8oqxJB0
I never get sick of sex with a bitch!

926名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-GIFH)2017/11/21(火) 15:21:10.70ID:WmfHt/tC0
Bitch has an amazing blowjob skill

927名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ a981-IKRN)2017/11/21(火) 15:28:50.32ID:bK8oqxJB0
Jack and Pattie went to the mall
They got themselves a big pink vibrator
Jack wanted to jack off with it
But Pattie insisted he used it on her

Jack the Jackoff king is famous at school
For his ability to jack off several times in a row
While Pattie is renowned for her performance
For she excels in her performance of petting
Any guy she happens to spot on the street

Oh well, they just love to do
Six sex acts with sick bitches and guys on the beach.

928名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 1d4d-AWKa)2017/11/21(火) 16:18:14.45ID:N7ohMHY90
>>899
I apologize for the late reply and thanks for such a detailed explanation.
Honestly, I left my dictionary in my workplace, so may make a lot of typos, which means I can't make even a single sentence without the dictionary. lol
You know, I don't mind telling people how stupid I am at all because one of my life philosophies is " Honesty is the best policy."
Oh, it's almost time that I have to go see the doctor. I'll write the rest of my reply later.

929名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ a98c-Jw6i)2017/11/21(火) 16:44:58.72ID:q9yEujqa0
I know how you feel and I may react the same way, but it hasn't passed even 24 hours, so you
don't need to be sorry. This reminds of the train that left 20 seconds earlier than departure time
and appolized, whichmade the headlines in western media.

Do you mean you use a paper dictionary or a portable electronic dictionary? In either case,
you can use online dictionary as long as you have Internet access. I just thought it doesn't matter if you left
at your workplace. Anyway, you don't have to reply to me (and don't be sorry about not replying to me).
I just wanted to write something in English. Keep enjoying conversation with the person from Sweden.

930名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ cd8f-AWKa)2017/11/21(火) 17:07:14.36ID:GUk740qk0
I wonder how foreign people living in Japan make Japanese friends.
One day, I was chatting with my friends from Europe at a caf&eacute;, then a man suddenly approached and asked us how we got to know each other.
He told us that he married a Japanese woman and moved to Japan from America a few months ago. He says it's hard for him to find a community where he can get Japanese friends. I couldn't give him good advice..

931名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/21(火) 17:27:00.70ID:lPx63cgW0
Good morning, everyone.
Or rather, I suppose it's late afternoon or early nighttime for you, but still.
It's snowing here! It's snowing a lot, actually.
It's been a long time since it snowed in November, and really long since it
snowed this much. Although knowing the local weather here, it'll all melt
away in a couple of days.
Shame, since I love snow.

>>917
I do this for Japanese too and it seems to work pretty well.

>>928
Don't worry too much about spelling errors. Even if you misspell something
and end up making it into another word, people who are fluent in a language
can correct those errors in their head and figure out what you meant.
And in the worst case when the spelling really does make it hard to tell what
you're trying to say, we can always just ask you to clarify what word you meant.
You can't learn a language without making a lot of mistakes. Believe me, I know.

>>930
I'm curious how non-Japanese people make friends with Japanese people in general.
Even over the net, even when you can speak decent Japanese and he can speak decent English,
it seems like making friends is really difficult. I wonder if this is just something westerners
like myself think is a shame or if there are a lot of Japanese people who wish they could
make foreign friends too.

932名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-GIFH)2017/11/21(火) 17:28:49.62ID:WmfHt/tC0
Well that’s good. Gaijins should stay with gaijins.

933名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hca-C+Uu)2017/11/21(火) 17:31:29.14ID:ZwCz9cxqH
>>956
What kind of study is that?

l wanna sex with girls who are my taste.

935名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hca-C+Uu)2017/11/21(火) 18:02:04.05ID:ZwCz9cxqH
>>952
Do you really need your dictionary for a
sentence?
Can't believe that.
Actually you are good writer.

>>983
But,my ex was cheating on me.

937名無しさん@英語勉強中 (USWW 0Hca-C+Uu)2017/11/21(火) 18:06:18.00ID:ZwCz9cxqH
Gaijins,should take care some sniffer's
walking around here.
みなさん"嗅ぎ野郎"に注意してください!

938名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-GIFH)2017/11/21(火) 18:08:36.64ID:WmfHt/tC0
Eww gaijin lover! Stink!

I'm dating with a white whom I met on Tinder tomorrow.
It's good if I could have sex with her after dinner.

There is a latin-looking gaijin in the gym and he has beeing hogging the latpull down machine for over 30 minutes now. So annoying. So stinky. So gaijin. So disgusting.

He is not only stinky (yas! So stinky af) but also he doesn’t wipe off sweats after using machines and put quipments back to the original postions. So rude.

>>940
Is he more buff than you?
If so,he desearves it.

>>942
He is the biggest in the gym. But that doen’t necessarliy mean that he can get away with anything! So gaijins in Japan.

It’s called “gaijin smash” you know.

Strongness is only justice in the gym.
So sad.

946928 (ワッチョイ 1d4d-AWKa)2017/11/21(火) 20:03:43.80ID:N7ohMHY90
>>931
How nice of you to say so! By the way, Are you the person from Sweden, or >>929?
I'm cofused over who is who. lol
I tried to respond to >>899 last night, but gave up halfway because I repeated trials and errors again and again to come up with appropriate expressions.
As a result, I stayed up until 2 o'clock and my struggle came to a dead end. You see, my job starts at 7 o'clock.
Bingo!! I overslept and was late for work. What a fantastic day I had today!

947名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/21(火) 20:16:04.86ID:lPx63cgW0
>>946
Yep, I'm the same guy. You can tell by the ID at the end of my post.
What kind of expressions were you trying to come up with?
Sorry to hear you overslept. I hope you manage to do well at work, even with so little sleep.
I woke up at 8, then went for a walk at 10 to enjoy all the snow we're getting here
for once, and then I came back at around 11:30.
I'm not sure why but all this snow has put me in a really good mood.
But I'm a little sad knowing that it won't last. There's been a trend the last few years
where the snow melts just after a few days, then we have long periods without any
snow. And since I plan on going to Tokyo again this year during the period where
we're most likely to see snow that sticks around, I bet I won't be seeing much more snow than this.

948名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/21(火) 20:19:09.07ID:lPx63cgW0
>>947
Correction: not the end of my post, the ID within brackets
(6d63-EvbJ)

949名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-GIFH)2017/11/21(火) 21:01:14.56ID:WmfHt/tC0
For those which keep posting annoying comments here, that is FUCKING gaijins,

This is a thread for specifically stinky gaijins. Never come back to this thread.

Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1
http://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1369567802/

do you know jana novotna who passed 2days ago.
i am so sad..

>>941
No!嗅ぎ野郎!
You are a dust.

>>952
You should post there.Coz you're a 害人.

i haven't eaten "chip star" from YBC, Yamazaki Biscuit Co., so i tried it out yesterday.
at first, it tasted nothing to me.

954名無しさん@英語勉強中 (AUW 0H12-Lcni)2017/11/22(水) 00:28:07.45ID:xOE0Ie5BH
Just a couple of hours ago someone recommended me to come here. Though, from what I see, here is nothing interesting. I’d better go somewhere else. Seems like I rather like hiking, trekking, mountain-climbing and what not.

It was arm day.
I got a nice pump.

956名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/22(水) 01:13:30.94ID:gLoEi1rY0
I wanna ask a question to American.

Which food do you prefer nachos or sushi?

I guess you need another message board for your unlimited desire.
So!
http://jbbs.shitaraba.net/study/13024/

958jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/22(水) 02:33:33.19ID:a7UMj8F/0
>>920
Bingo!

>>939
Good luck. What kind of place are you going to?

>>954
I love hiking and spending time outdoors. I used to go out in the woods a lot more before I moved
to where I am living now. I'm in the city now, so it's harder to do those things, and my knees have
been giving me trouble lately.

>>956
I like both but I guess it depends on my mood. Most of the time I'd probably pick sushi.

959名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 91be-8BYu)2017/11/22(水) 02:36:20.66ID:09715bxQ0
>>958
you should pickup natto.

960jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/22(水) 03:07:25.76ID:a7UMj8F/0
>>959
I have never been able to bring myself to try natto. I can't get over how it looks.

961名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 91be-8BYu)2017/11/22(水) 03:10:44.83ID:09715bxQ0
why western people hate sticky foods, like natto ,raw okura,yama-imo?

962jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/22(水) 03:33:32.57ID:a7UMj8F/0
>>961
I think mostly it's just the unfamiliar texture. We don't have any foods similar
to that, so there's nothing to compare to. Personally, natto reminds me of slimy litle eggs
from the movie Aliens.

963jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/22(水) 03:48:13.36ID:a7UMj8F/0
>>961 >>962
Actually okra is common in southern and creole cooking. It's used in things like gumbo.

964名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-GIFH)2017/11/22(水) 03:48:30.98ID:2AQBdvvh0
Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1
http://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1369567802/

965jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/22(水) 03:57:13.67ID:a7UMj8F/0
>>964
Why bother with a second thread that nobody ever goes to? The last two posts
were a month apart, and it's been a year since the one before that.

>>963
taste it raw?

967jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/22(水) 04:47:59.01ID:a7UMj8F/0
>>966
I don't think I've had it raw, but I have eaten it pickled and in tempura, as well as
gumbo like I mentioned, and jambalaya (which is very similar).

968jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ c6d1-ijJr)2017/11/22(水) 04:48:38.18ID:a7UMj8F/0
>>966 >>967
Okra is okay, but it's not my favorite. The texture is weird, with all the little seeds
coming out when you bite it. My wife likes it though.

969名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6ecf-RjUU)2017/11/22(水) 09:19:57.02ID:ZfD7Cuu60
by the way this thread is much busier now. it used to be 人稲

970topic 5点マン (ワッチョイ 6ea7-HbzS)2017/11/22(水) 09:47:39.06ID:rQ0MDIgt0
↑ You're a nice guy, retarded though.
just beat it.

Notice for the sniffers!

>>964
They dislke タコ too.
On the other hand like eating frog.

973名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 9e4b-2dC4)2017/11/22(水) 11:18:26.74ID:tv6XQIYV0
Book and this.

974名無しさん@英語勉強中 (US 0H0a-jW/K)2017/11/22(水) 12:28:31.41ID:pvqgUvANH
>>864 >>871>>873>>874>>875
>>878
"Put off" is also a phrasal verb but it has a completely different meaning than what you have stated; it means to postpone, leave till/for later, procrastinate, delay, etc.
This is different than the phrase "to be put off by" which isn't actually a phrasal verb

>>891
theres this thread but it hasn't got much attention
http://lavender.5ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1506322379/l50

>>905
>Swedish and English are much more similar than German
As a native English speaker who doesn't know German or Swedish, German definitely sounds closer to English than Swedish to me.
It could just be the shared vocab or the lack of exposure to Swedish,
but there are times when I hear a German sentence and can almost decipher it whereas I can't say the same for Swedish.

>>912
I can see an instance where "take off" could be interpreted as a command to take an airplane off, but it would need to be in the context of aviation. For example a VIP passenger telling a pilot to take off.
Of course such a situation is really rare, and I'm not surprised if a native speaker couldn't think it up.
As a side note, "take off" can be generalized to mean to depart. "We're taking off" doesn't strictly have to mean that an airplane is taking off; it could mean that a boat is leaving port or a group is about to leave.

975名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-GIFH)2017/11/22(水) 15:47:07.02ID:2AQBdvvh0
Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1
http://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1369567802/

976名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 6d63-EvbJ)2017/11/22(水) 17:19:33.29ID:M8HL9ej50
>>974
Oh yeah, you're right. I know "put off" can be used to mean "postpone something"
but I was thinking of it in a context where you'd only say "put off" and nothing else.
I know "be put off by" isn't a verbal phrase either, but it's the only other instance I could
think of where "put off" means anything.

I can roughly understand some German sentences as well, but the average English-only
speaker might have an easier time understanding German due to exposure they may have
gotten from it being spoken in countless WW2 movies and such. At the very least, they'll
be more familiar with how German sounds than how Swedish sounds, so they can adjust a
little to the radically different pronunciation and try to pick out words here and there.
As for the vocab, both English and Swedish share a lot of borrowed vocabulary from German.

977名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/22(水) 17:19:44.50ID:gLoEi1rY0
>>975
You must get out ouf here, now.

>>1034
That's you.Wanker.

Very notice!For the sniffers.

980名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-GIFH)2017/11/22(水) 18:09:24.84ID:2AQBdvvh0
Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1
http://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1369567802/

Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1
http://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1369567802/

982名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 25a8-SXe8)2017/11/22(水) 19:48:08.56ID:gLoEi1rY0
Shut your pie hole

Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1
http://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1369567802/

i got to know "童貞を殺すセーター(ニット)"(a sweater to kill the virgins) last night.
it might be the cutting edge of the sweater design and be considered fashionable,
but i felt that a woman's body is exposed so much that it is simply a sweater to bewilder the virgins.

Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1
http://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1369567802/

986名無しさん@英語勉強中 (GB 0Hf1-zvir)2017/11/22(水) 21:55:40.96ID:em2ImvHTH
Although I've created a mess,
you can use below as a new thread.
I've been making mistakes here and there today.
Obviously it's not my day...

Chat in English (英語で雑談) part 204
https://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1511354807/

987名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 9e4b-2dC4)2017/11/22(水) 22:15:20.51ID:tv6XQIYV0

988名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ 9e4b-2dC4)2017/11/22(水) 22:17:56.79ID:tv6XQIYV0
>>957
I don't think foreigners can post on Shitaraba, at the moment anyways.

989名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW e1bd-GIFH)2017/11/22(水) 22:37:54.57ID:2AQBdvvh0

990名無しさん@英語勉強中 (GB 0Hf1-zvir)2017/11/22(水) 23:26:32.12ID:em2ImvHTH
>>988
Ya. You are right.

I got:

ERROR!!

海外ホスト規制中

991名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ e719-wOFv)2017/11/23(木) 00:23:51.54ID:lVWiXtW20
Does that mean foreign IPs are NOT restricted from posting here...?

992名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ a74d-h3cN)2017/11/23(木) 01:22:48.66ID:58nhMKvb0
Hi, dude.
Are you happy now?
Oh, you don't have to pretend to be happy.
You see, we are best friends, so you can tell me everything and anything when you have sad things.
I'm ready to console you anytime.

993名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ITW 0H8f-MBqy)2017/11/23(木) 01:26:40.24ID:3dd+qo7TH
Let's see...

994名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイ a74d-h3cN)2017/11/23(木) 01:39:33.48ID:58nhMKvb0
Hi, dude
You can count on me any time if you have any problems.
That's bause we are bosom friends.
Oh, there is one thing I can't help you with. It's concerning money.
You see, I'm very poor, so plase knock on someone else's door when you need money, OK/

995jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ bfd1-sSls)2017/11/23(木) 03:09:50.15ID:MLSaivMD0
>>991
Apparently.

996名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイW 07bd-8Z7N)2017/11/23(木) 03:27:19.30ID:pU/1TRPF0
Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1
http://lavender.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1369567802/

997名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 07be-Pikd)2017/11/23(木) 03:36:55.66ID:YM9j6ZL80
i got up after seeing a purest dream,,, i want to comeback these nostalgy time..(;w;)

998jook ◆jook7sIb7g (ワッチョイ bfd1-sSls)2017/11/23(木) 04:16:28.20ID:MLSaivMD0
>>997
I know the feeling. Unfortunately, the truth is we can never go back, and if you spend your energy
trying to, you'll just stress yourself out and get depressed.
It's better to focus on making your life into something that makes the "you" of today happy.

999名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 07be-Pikd)2017/11/23(木) 04:37:07.76ID:YM9j6ZL80
but i want to cherish these pure feelings and memories(;;)

1000名無しさん@英語勉強中 (ワッチョイWW 07bd-FKuQ)2017/11/23(木) 04:38:45.55ID:Q8ld7oxf0
suck my d@#k

10011001Over 1000Thread
このスレッドは1000を超えました。
新しいスレッドを立ててください。
life time: 42日 12時間 33分 16秒

10021002Over 1000Thread
5ちゃんねるの運営はプレミアム会員の皆さまに支えられています。
運営にご協力お願いいたします。


───────────────────
《プレミアム会員の主な特典》
★ 5ちゃんねる専用ブラウザからの広告除去
★ 5ちゃんねるの過去ログを取得
★ 書き込み規制の緩和
───────────────────

会員登録には個人情報は一切必要ありません。
月300円から匿名でご購入いただけます。

▼ プレミアム会員登録はこちら ▼
https://premium.5ch.net/

▼ 浪人ログインはこちら ▼
https://login.5ch.net/login.php

レス数が1000を超えています。これ以上書き込みはできません。