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Headless Chicken

While reading the newspaper, I found a puzzling sentence, “I’ve been running around lately like a headless chicken.” “Like a headless ...
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Jun 30, 2011 22:58
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Upstairs Is Unbelievably Hot!

Downstairs is so cool. It’s like being in the heaven. (Actually I’ve never been there, though^^; Do you have any other phrases which can ...
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Jun 29, 2011 23:31
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An English Sentence Written On a Cloth

“The clothes which come to want to see someday.” “Heart market.” “Love:smile.” Does the first sentence make any sense to you? I...
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Jun 28, 2011 23:24
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Smile Is Also a Countable Noun.

I wrote that laugh is a countable noun on the previous entry. Last night I found that smile is also a countable noun while reading a bo...
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Jun 27, 2011 23:44
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Laugh Is Countable?

I was at a loss, when I was trying to write a comment by using this word “laugh.” I didn’t know whether or not I should write the word a...
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Jun 26, 2011 22:41
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The Phrase That I Had Mistaken For a Long Time

Sometimes I wonder about what it would be like, if I started to learn English from the very beginning the way native speakers did. If I ...
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Jun 25, 2011 23:57
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A Dialect Where I Live

Basically, I speak standard Japanese. I was born and grew up in a city where it takes about an hour from the outside of central Tokyo (T...
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Jun 24, 2011 23:55
mayumayu

June 24th

I decided to write an English entry every day this month, but I don’t have the energy to write something, especially today. It’s very ho...
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Jun 23, 2011 22:54
mayumayu

음력과 양력

한국에서는 생일이 음력과 양력 두 가지가 있다고 들었는데, 여러분은 보통 어느 쪽 날에 생일을 축하하십니까? 양력일까? 저는 한국어를 배우고 있으면서 아무것도 모른 것 같아요^^;
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Jun 23, 2011 21:30
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I Have a Cat's Back.

If I say, “I have a cat’s back” or “My back is like a cat.”, does this make any sense to you? This sentence is a literal translation of ...
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Jun 22, 2011 23:27
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새우등

저는 새우등이에요. 어제 제가 일기를 쓰고 있을 때 언니가 “새우등에 되고 있어요.” 라고 주의했어요. 자주 주의를 받아요. 근데 한국어에서는 “새우의 등”라고 말하군요. 재미있어요. 왜냐면 일본어에서는 “고양이의 등”(猫背)라고 말...
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Jun 22, 2011 22:59
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산책

오랜만에 집 근처를 언니와 같이 산책을 했어요. 일본에서는 워킹라는 말을 자주 사용하는데 한국에서는 어때요? 긴 길을 걸어서 피곤했어요.
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Jun 21, 2011 22:03
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About Headlights

Last night, I wondered about something about headlights, when I was driving a car on a dark road after picking up my father. . At night...
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Jun 21, 2011 21:42
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June 20th

A little while ago, when I was writing a comment on someone’s entry, my cat walked on the keyboard. I picked her up and down from the de...
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Jun 20, 2011 23:57
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Love Shuffle

어제까지 비가 계속 내리고 있었지만 오늘은 날씨가 좋았어요. 근데 여러분들은 일본의 드라마를 본 적이 있어요? 뭐가 재미있었어요? 저는 별로 일본의 드라마는 보지 않지만 요즘 거의 매일 보는 드라마가 있어요. “Love Shuffle”예요...
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Jun 20, 2011 21:44
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What I Realized Again

One day, when I watched the scene that a man said, “Thanks for the ride.” in English to a woman who had driven him home, I thought, “Wow,...
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Jun 19, 2011 16:42
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질문

의미를 모를 때 “의미를 모르겠어요.”라고 말하나요? 또는 그보다 “의미를 모릅니다.”가 자연스러운 말이나요? 가르쳐 주시면 좋겠어요~
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Jun 19, 2011 14:32
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About "Good"

I just wondered about how well “Something (e.g.your skills like languages or sports) is good.”, when people say, “Something is good.” Do...
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Jun 18, 2011 22:37
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청소기로 청소하다

“掃除機をかける”는 한국말로“청소기로 청소하다.”라고 하나요? 오늘은 청소기로 청소하려고 했지만 언니가 감기때문에 자고있어서 시끄러어서 하지 않았어요.
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Jun 18, 2011 21:12
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Guten Tag!

Wie geht es Ihnen? Ich bin Mayumayu. Ich bin von Japan. Dies ist mein erstes deutsches Tagebuch. Auf Wiedersehen!
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Jun 18, 2011 07:59