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    Re: Uses of English in Japan?

    oops, my bad. ^-^;

    That's what happens when I post with no sleep after 30 hours. I had a comment for you but erased it except for the 'oh and hassun' part. Post edited.
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    Re: Uses of English in Japan?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zui Quan View Post
    oops, my bad. ^-^;

    That's what happens when I post with no sleep after 30 hours. I had a comment for you but erased it except for the 'oh and hassun' part. Post edited.
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    Re: Uses of English in Japan?

    well knwoing most jap singers and such who try to speak english hasnt done that great.
    correct me if im wrong


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    Re: Uses of English in Japan?

    Quote Originally Posted by kimchi24 View Post
    well knwoing most jap singers and such who try to speak english hasnt done that great.
    correct me if im wrong
    Okay.
    First of all don't say Jap.
    Second, it's true and I have already explained why it's true in the first post I made in this thread.

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    Re: Uses of English in Japan?

    Quote Originally Posted by kimchi24 View Post
    well knwoing most jap singers and such who try to speak english hasnt done that great.
    correct me if im wrong
    Have you heard to the following?

    * Utada Hikaru
    * Nakamura Fukiko from Core of Soul.
    * Jyongri
    * melody.
    * Bonnie Pink
    * Kimura Ayaka [Coconuts Musume]
    * Rie Fu
    * Watanabe Mizuki [Miz]
    * Nobuchika Eri - Young and ambitious. ^^

    ~!!! Hide and Takeshi of ELLEGARDEN are awesome as well. Anyway, these are some of many that came to my mind at this instant. They might not have flawless English, but they are very close to being as such... Haha, imagine some non-native Japanese speaker singing in Japanese. It could be way worse... There are exceptions of course.

    And yes, please NEVER again use that short abbreviation to represent the Japanese. It's rather offensive.

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