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Laughter brings good luck!

I'm currently studying English.
I still have no confidence about my English skills.
So,you might find odd sentences in my writing.
But please let it pass with a smile!
You know,laughter brings good luck!
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    As I wrote before,I quit the English conversation school lately. Of course I'm continuing to study English even if I quit the school. I had been enjoying English class but after a certain point,I started to feel the conversation school means nothing to me. I liked my teacher and class mates but I thought what I need is having more opportunities of talking with other people. Every time at the lesson I talked with same members,but I don't think it's good for improving my English skill.
    That's why I decided to quit the school and now I'm looking for any other way to improve my conversation skill.

    And now,changing the subject, I started to go to Spanish school from 6 months ago.
    I like studying foreign language and recently I'm really interested in Spain because of soccer. I'd really like to read soccer news or my favorite club's web site in Spanish,and of course I'd love to go to Spain. That's why I started to study Spanish.
    Now,my Spanish skill is still quite poor. Maybe my level is as same as a baby in Spain:( But I really enjoy Spanish class. My teacher is a Peruvian who has been living in Japan for 20 years. She is a Latina woman who is breezy. Her lesson is really interesting and I like to hear about something different from Spain and Japan. For example,it's about culture,custom,food and so on.

    The most interesting thing I heard is that Spanish people say "Jesus!" when someone had a sneezing fit. If you had a sneezing fit in Spain,you would be told "Jesus!" from someone. And the, you have to say "Gracias!(thank you)" even if you don't know him. It's really interesting,isn't it?

    Now I'm having trouble to learn about conjugation of Spanish verbs. There are so many types of conjugation,so I'm quite confusing. But I really enjoy to learn Spanish.

    Sometime I'd love to go on a trip to Europe. Especially,London and Barcelona are where I really want to go. I really want to see soccer games at the Emirates stadium and the Camp Nou stadium. That's my dream. For my dream,I'll keep studying English and Spanish.

    Estoy aprendiendo espanol. soy Japonesa. Me gusta FC Barcelona. Quiero ir al Camp Nou a ver un juego del futbol.
    | studying English | 13:23 | comments(2) | - | - | - |
    I had 3 years of Spanish classes in high school.
    Did you pick a Spanish name to use in class? My name in class was "Luisa".

    The "Jesus" interjection is surprising. I don't remember learning that. I think it must be that saying "Jesus" used to be part of a full phrase, but now people only say the Jesus part. It probably was something like 'may Jesus protect you'.

    Kind of like how in English when people leave we now say 'goodbye' but it used to be 'God be with ye(you).' So we're really saying goodb'ye (since the 'e with') part is missing now. But everybody spells it as 'goodbye' and I think some people don't even realize where it came from.

    I hope you do get to see a game in Spain!

    ¡Buena suerte!


    | e | 2010/11/12 11:26 PM |

    ¡Hola!
    Thank you for your comment,e!

    I don't use a Spanish name in class.
    My teacher is a Peruvian but she speaks Japanese very well.
    So,she always tells us about what differences between Spain and South America,or Japan is. It's really interesting!! I think that's the reason I like learning foreign languages.

    I sometimes post my tweet in Spanish on Twitter and got a reply in Spanish lately. I was so excited!!

    I think the foreign people I can communicate with would be increasing.
    | mama | 2010/11/18 1:24 PM |