1: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/19(日) 23:45:30.67 0.net
The worst subject in English is reading.
I’m going to read Disney books to try to improve my reading. I read a book in front of host mother every day. Thanks mam
4: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/19(日) 23:51:45.65 0.net
5: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/19(日) 23:52:24.28 0.net
Wrong: I’m going to read Disney books to try to improve my reading
Right: I’m going to read Disney books for improving my reading skill.
6: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/19(日) 23:53:15.17 0.net
Wrong: I read a book in front of host mother every day.
Right: I read a book at front of my host mother every day.
16: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/20(月) 00:05:48.16 0.net
Laughing my ass off at the people who thought they were correcting her English but were wrong themselves.
2: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/19(日) 23:47:23.08 0.net
I knew Chinami had it in her.
13: imgur.com/hmyl7pj.jpg 2016/06/20(月) 00:02:27.93 0.net
Not that I really care, but isn’t it “mum” or “mom”?
14: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/20(月) 00:04:32.07 0.net
I can’t wait to hear Chinami’s English.
24: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/20(月) 00:16:58.15 0.net
Read some newspapers instead!
30: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/20(月) 00:26:10.32 0.net
If she was still living in Japan, the only methods she’d have of improving her English were to watch NHK and similar educational programs on TV. Well, I guess that and talking to Filipinos online.
2. カラフル名無しさん 2016年06月20日 13:51 ID:2OSg38LN0
The natives don’t care about grammar. To them, all that matters is getting the message across. That’s why I think there’s nothing wrong with Chinami’s English. The only people who worry about grammar to a ridiculous degree are Japanese people.
3. カラフル名無しさん 2016年06月22日 00:33 ID:2csVpZcK0
That’s a good point. It’s not like Japanese people think about grammar rules when they’re speaking in Japanese either. And you often have Japanese people who make mistakes in the language even though it’s supposed to be their mother tongue. But even then, as long as the flow of the conversation isn’t interrupted, it just doesn’t matter.
23: 名無し募集中。。。 2016/06/20(月) 00:15:04.87 0.net
I’d love to spend my days watching Chinami-chan (24) read me Disney picture books.
Henkka: I don’t want to completely shit on >>30, but I’ll tell you one thing: if learning a language outside of the country in question was possible only through educational TV shows, my Japanese ability today would be limited to asking about the location of the nearest toilet. On a good day, I might be able to describe a cat as cute.