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gan bari mashu。

  • 2005/07/27(水) 15:36:45

After I finished the volunteer work of Japanese class today, two American dudes came up to Nezuka-sensei. I stayed with them a bit and listened what they were talking about.

One of the guys who was the student of Nezuka-sensei spoke almost perfect Japanese. I got damned impressed about him. He said he hasn’t gone abroad in his life, but man, awesome.

And I reminded what Rod and me talked about how come the English level of Japanese is kinda worse than any other countries.

Well, Rod is leaning Japanese and his dream is being an English teacher in Japan.

In the truth, some of English teachers who come from the U.S. or England suffer to communicate with Japanese.

In Japan, if u speak Japanese perfectly, u would live entire life without suffering, I swear. All u should do in Japan is speaking Japanese. Period.

It sounds kinda silly but I guess it is the truth.

I don’t have to speak English when I come back Japan because everyone speaks Japanese. I am even sorta afraid that I cannot speak English as usual when I am back here, the U.S. (heh! I cannot speak English fluently as USUAL, tho…damn)

Especially when I get through the customs, I get chickened out. Haha!

Anyhow, while I was talking about those things to Rod, I felt the U.S is the melting pot, Salad bowl.

Here, we have Chinese, Spanish, German, Korean, Indonesian…etc. So that various culture stuffs give American motivation to learn other culture and those languages.

When I was middle school and high, I thought “what the hell am I leaning about? Will it help me to live in Japan?” while I was leaning English. So I didn’t give a shit about learning English, so I hated the word “international”. Cuz I thought even if I cannot speak English I would live my life happily ever after. Well I was damned young, dude…

I become kinda rofl about this fucked up thought now.

Oh well, the two dude who speak Japanese fluently are quit cool.
I am gonna be like that, leaning English and speak like native do. Even though ppl who haven’t been Japan can speak other language almost perfectly, its no doubt I cannot speak English well in the future, isn’t it. (Well, I know it depend on motivation, but yeah…)

がんばろう・・。

Whew!
I wanna be the Japanese teacher like Nezuka-sensei.
Isn’t it cool own students will come over my office and say “Wassup?” in awesome Japanese that I teach?

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It gives me hope to hear that there are people who can speak almost perfect Japanese even without the help of going abroad. One day, I hope to be able to go up to Nezuka-sensei and converse with her in Japanese, too. がんばります!

  • 投稿者: Joe
  • 2005/07/27(水) 18:56:29
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Every time that I hear things like Nezuka speaking japanese with you or someone else, I feel like I really want to learn up to the point where I can converse naturally with people. I think that would be wonderful. Haha, thanks for mentioning me, even though I don't deserve it. As for my dream...自分もがんばるよ。You too. I don't have any doubt that you'll be a fine teacher someday. Oh, I sort of have a blog too now. Check the URL.

  • 投稿者: ロドリゴ
  • 2005/07/29(金) 14:33:02
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Hey, u already knew who I am, don’t u.
I am Nami who wanna be Japanese teacher.
It means…
I really wanna teach Japanese to ppl who want to learn, u know.
Hehe, I am glad to help ya!
Of course, u gotta teach me English, too!
Plz….I have trouble with English as u know….

Oh, I checked ur blog out.
Holy hell! It’s awesome.
And….I envy that u can play the piano now.

But yeah…I got confused about how to comment on ur blog, dude.
Damn, its so complicated…u gotta teach me how to do, な?

  • 投稿者: Nami
  • 2005/07/29(金) 18:26:30
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