新しいマンガを読んでる

今私は新しいマンガを読んでる。マンガの名前は「いつかティファニーで朝食を」。
こんなマンガは日本に人気があって知りませんけど、世界中に「ティファニーで朝食を」とでも有名な映画。
でも私はまだ見なかった。多分後でマンゴを終わり映画を見る。
「いつかティファニーで朝食を」がたくさん新しい言葉を習ってる。だからブログに新しいセクションを作りました。このセクションでマンガの言葉を書く。

皆さん「ティファニーで朝食を」見てかった?「いつかティファニーで朝食を」しっていますか?

*間違えがあったら、教えてくれてお願いします。

読んでくれてありがとうございます。

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I am no reading a new manga. The manga is called It Will be Breakfast at Tiffany’s Someday.
I don’t know if this manga is popular in Japan but the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s very famous around the world.
But I have never seen the movie. Maybe after I have finished the manga I will watch the movie.
It Will be Breakfast at Tiffany’s Someday has many new words for me to learn. That’s why I have made a new section on my blog. On this section I will write words from the manga.

Have you watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s? Do you know of the manga?

Please let me know if there are any mistakes.

Thank you for reading.

お久しぶり

皆さん、こんにちは!

すみません、多分2週間ブログに何も書かなかった。一週間前日本にいました。この時間かすごいから天気がよかったし、かれしと沢山遊んだし、おんせんも行った。賢の部長がとても優しいからいっぱい場所私にさせます。その場所で沢山面白い人に会いました。

この旅行はみじかかったけど、今私は将来に日本に住みたい。今年は日本がこいしくなるのでどうじに来年日本に住むに楽しみ。
日本に住めばたくさんことをできます。花火を見たり、花見を行ったり、イルミネーションを見たりします。

将来に沢山ブログのポーストも書きたいし、発音もしたいし。

ブログを読んでと聞いておねがいします。
皆さんの話もブログできょうゆうしたい。話,発音も写真もあったら、教えてください。友達にもブログを伝えてください。
もうすぐもっと英語のポーストを書く。英語で何を勉強したいと伝えでください。おねがいします。

皆さん大きなありがとうございます。

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Hello Everyone!

I am maybe for two week I haven’t written on my blog. One week ago I was in Japan. This time was great the weather was good, I hung out with my boyfriend a lot and I also got to go to a hot spring. Ken’s boss is really nice because he invited me to many places. At those places I met many interesting people.

This trip was short but in the future I want to live in Japan. This year I will miss Japan and at the same time I am excited I to live in Japan next year.

In the future I want to write a lot of blog buts and also I want to do a lot of audio posts.

Please read and listen to my blog.
I also want share everyone’s stories. If you have stories, audio recordings and also pictures please let me know. Also please tell your friends about the blog.
Soon I will write more English posts. Please tell me what you want to study in English.

Big thanks to everyone.

thank you

 

おそう

今日のことばはおそう。

私はろく音をしました。私の発音と声をすみません。がんばりました。

*間違えがあったら、教えてください。

おねがいします。

聞いてくれてありがとうございます。

楽しむね!^_^

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Today’s word is osou.

I did an audio recording. Please excuse my pronunciation and voice. I did my best.

If there is a mistake please let me know.

Thank you for listening.

Enjoy!

きゅうりょう

今日のことばはきゅうりょう。

私のしごとのきゅうりょうはいいです。カナダでバイトに11ドルをもらいますけど私のしごとに12ドルをもらいます。私はカフィに働いています。このカフィはレストランみだい。だからしごとでお客様からチップをもらいます。私のきゅうりょうがいいからしごととお客様からお金をもらっています。

たぶん日本とカナダにバイトをする人のきゅうりょうが同じですが日本にレストランでチップがありません。

日本にきゅうりょうは低いだったら、生活が大変です。日本の電車と部屋か家より高いです。一人で住みたい、たぶんレストランのバイトのきゅうりょうがありますだけ、大丈夫。しかし日本に同じことをできない。

*間違いがあったら、教えてください。おねがいします。

読んでくれてありがとうございます。

 

My first time in Japan (part 2)

… After karaoke we went to see another set of Ken’s friends. He has so many friends!

It was a night that was filled with playing games that involved taking shots. Of course I was able to get his friends to take more shots by saying they were presents from Canada. It was really interesting to play Japanese drinking games as they were a lot different than I expected. Ken’s friends seemed like nice and cool people although again communication was hard for me. The night ended with us watching a scary Japanese movie. I forgot the name but it was something about a cellphone. It was lots of fun, but that night really messed up my sleeping schedule as I stayed up all night.

As the sun came in the morning we headed for the train. This was the first time I had been gone home after staying out all night in Japan. Just like ants to a sugar cube swarms of people headed to the station as well eager to catch the first train. It is definitely not the same as Canada. Although trains go everywhere and are a lot better than in Toronto they only run until around 1:30, and once you missed the last train you only other option is a taxi, which is VERY expensive. A 5 minute ride is around 7-10 dollars.

Getting breakfast in the hotel was also a very interesting experience. It was buffet style so basically I ate whatever I could find. The first day Ken asked my to bring some food up but I wasn’t allowed so I decided to eat by myself.

This was the first time I encountered nato.

It was brown, sticky and looks like Rice Krispies after you mix it in with marshmallows. Of course in my mind I thought that it was going to be sweet and delicious, but when I tried it, it tasted nothing like I thought it would. The texture was slimy not sticky and the smell was very strong. After a few bits I decided not to finish it. Seeing the difference in Japanese breakfast was also interesting there were things like rice and curry, which would only be eaten at dinner time in Canada. Other than the nato everything else was really delicious.

The next few days were filled with lots of traveling and sightseeing. We went to Kyoto, Tokyo Skytree, Shizuoka, and Haneda airport.

Kyoto is a little bit of a long story so I think I will leave it for another post. Tokyo Skytree was amazing that was were I had the conveyor belt sushi. It was filled with so many little shops and restaurants. The tower a obviously very high but we decided not to go up. It looks just like the CN in Toronto and there are also a lot of high and free observation decks in Tokyo. The next day was filled with nice trip to Asakusa.

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If you ever get to go to Japan I would definitely recommend it. The place is makes you feel as if you have jumped into a time machine and traveled back to the edo period. With a hug and beautiful shrine as we all many different shops and interesting but scary looking statues, the place will leave you in awe. Having been there 3 times I can say everytime you go there it is something new.

Back to my first time in Japan though. It was really break taking as I didn’t know what to expect. I didn’t really plan anything before I went so it was nice as I had no expectations. It rained a little while we were walking around but not too much as to end the sightseeing early. Although it wasn’t a very look stay as we had to get up early the next day.

Ken’s brother Yuta took us on driving adventure. That was the first time I got to see Mount Fuji. Although when we went it was winter time so I couldn’t climb it. I didn’t feel like i missed out on anything though because I have a sever fear of heights. After looking at Mount Fuji from we headed to parliament and also went to Haneda airport. While we were heading there I was lucky enough to see the rainbow bridge. It is called that rainbow bridge because it changes colour throughout the night. Once we arrived at Haneda, I was able to see a wonderful winter that had a choir and eat amazing udon.

Ken’s brother took us to one of his favourite udon restaurants which was located at the airport. It was the first time I can remember eating udon and it was delicious. Everyone’s looked so good that I wish I could have eaten 4 different bowls but of course I only had one. The airport was also decorated spectacularly. There were Christmas lights everywhere.

Seeing illumination in Japan for the first time didn’t really phase me. I just thought that they had pretty Christmas lights. However the next winter I went to Japan I realized what a big deal it was, and how much effort they put into setting up their Christmas illumination festivals.

I guess I still have a lot more to write as I was there during New Years day… so that mean part 3…..TBC