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KULAH
i was bowing to you and crying in awe of your virtuous study habits
virtuous
KULAH
  • Maybe it has something to do with having more Japanese friends, but I'll believe this means I obtained some good correction skills over the last couple of years.
  • Maybe it has something to do with having more Japanese friends, but I believe this means I obtained some respectable correcting skills over the last couple of years.
  • I'll believe= i will go ahead and believe... also for some reason good skills sounds bad so i went w another adjective
respectable
student113
  • Since I believe that religions have nothing to do with how much the birthrates are, I wanted to hear some opposing opinions.
  • Since I believe that (world) religions have nothing to do with how much the birthrates are the prevailing birthrates, I wanted to hear some opposing opinions.
prevailing

vocabulary

May 28, 2012 12:21 Public Titles and Expectations
KULAH
  • Let's get back to the titling topic.
  • Let's get back to the topic of titling.
  • for some reason we don't say titling topic. actually the reason is this. "topic of..." is a set phrase. we don't say karate topic we say topic of karate. we don't say cooking topic we say topic of cooking etc....
topic of ...ing
Josh
  • Although you want some good expectations at least a little bit, higher expectations don't always lead better results.
  • Although you want some good expectations at least a little bit, higher expectations don't always lead to better results.
lead to

grammar

May 28, 2012 04:02 Public Titles and Expectations
student113
  • 線路や道路のうえにも、小道の土の跡にも、もうすぐあなたの誕生日だというのが記してありました。
  • 線路や道路のうえにも、小道の土の跡にも、もうすぐあなたの誕生日だというのが記してありました。
  • I think "dirt tracks" just means "unpaved dirt roads" in this case, nothing about actual "tracks" or "footprints".
dirt tracks

I've heard it said, on the train tracks and highways, the dirt tracks and byways, that it will soon be your birthday.

Succhi: I think "dirt tracks" just means "unpaved dirt roads" in this case, nothing about actual "tracks" or "footprints".
クロマ
  • Japan is cool (impressive or attractive), there's no arguments about that, but doesn't "cool Japan" sound like you put it in the fridge or something?
  • Japan is cool (impressive or attractive), there's no argument about that, but doesn't "cool Japan" sound like you put it in the fridge or something?
no argument
クロマ
You're right! Your voice doesn't sound very different between the two. You certainly have an accent, but it doesn't really get in the way of understanding. It has a certain charm to it. (^_^) You also speak slowly, so that makes it ea...
enunciate
student113
  • We were talking about the difference of the way of using your throat when you speak Japanese or English.
  • We were talking about the differences in of the ways you of using use your throat when you speak Japanese or English.
differences IN the ways you use your throat
Evan
  • Well, you could get around only using English in big cities if you insist to do so.
  • Well, you could get around only using English in big cities if you insisted on doing so.
insist on doing

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