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teeching inglish

As you can see from the photo below, no expense is spared by Japanese television when it comes to teaching English, with stunning, pioneering puppetry techniques employed by some of the leading puppeteers in the country. However, the spelling mistake in the second photo (from a Japanese TV drama) suggests these teaching methods are failing to have their desired effect.


Isn't that Nicole Kidman?

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On Sunday, 15 January, 2006, Blogger Eric said:

May be I should use this to help my english!  



On Monday, 16 January, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said:

Haha. The look on the dude's face is like: "Hmm. maybe if I stand just right my head will block everyone's view: thereby saving face and honour for the Mistery Writer." If anything that satin red thing stuck on his jacket oughta keep everyone distracted for awhile.  



On Tuesday, 17 January, 2006, Anonymous Mike said:

I came across this site recently - thought it might make you laugh:

www.engrish.com  



On Wednesday, 18 January, 2006, Blogger MarkHL said:

I wouldn't be able to start the day off without my daily dose of engrish.

Perhaps you are fighting a losing battle englishman in osaka san..  



On Saturday, 21 January, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said:

Actually, the puppet show isn't Japanese to begin with.......


It comes from an American show called "Between the Lions" that is aired on the local public channel here to encourage kids to read. I guess the Japanese saw it in America and thought it was cute or something.  



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