Funny English 3: Funny Mistakes Japanese Make in English (English Edition)
This is the third volume in the "Funny English" series. "Funny English 3" looks at "almost," "didn't you," "wedding party," and seven other mistakes.
NUMBER TWENTY-ONE: “I recommend you to go to New York.”
NUMBER TWENTY-TWO: “I am so boring tonight.”
NUMBER TWENTY-THREE: “What’s her character like?”
NUMBER TWENTY-FOUR: “We almost went drinking.”
NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE: “I’m a safety driver.”
NUMBER TWENTY-SIX: “Where was the wedding party…at a hotel?”
NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN: “I’m wearing short pants in this one.”
NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT: “I think we should significantly upgrade our loyality program.”
NUMBER TWENTY-NINE: “Yes, I didn’t.”
NUMBER THIRTY: “I tripped to Hokkaido”
The "Funny English" series includes over 200 funny mistakes that Japanese make when speaking English. Each book in this series contains 10 or more funny mistakes that Japanese commonly make, as well as corrections and explanations of the mistake.
“Funny English” will improve your English by helping you eliminate all the most common mistakes that Japanese make when speaking English. Other non-English speakers will also benefit from this series as their mistakes are often the same as those made by Japanese.
More information about the series: These examples of funny English are definitely not just beginner mistakes; most of these mistakes are commonly made by intermediate and advanced English speakers in Japan.
Many of these mistakes are still taught to schoolchildren and secondary students in Japan. Included in the “Funny English” series are grammar mistakes, vocabulary-choice mistakes, and pronunciation mistakes. Some of the mistakes result from old-fashioned and/or unnatural English as well as incorrect Japanese-English. Examples are included for every “funny” mistake, and every mistake is corrected in accurate, natural American English.
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2016年03月28日 03時 月曜日feat. D.O ジェネシス 続き＞＞