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Screenshot Engrish

It’s not only when I’m outside that I notice Engrish. Here are a couple shots taken from the comfort of my own home.

 

uncle

Sure, the pronunciation difference between ‘ankle’ and ‘uncle’ is super tricky to hear for Japanese people. For me it’s just as hard to hear the difference between anko (sweet red bean paste) and ankou (a kind of fish).

 

Screenshot (2)

Did you catch the ad on the right of the screenshot? Somehow, ‘Find Boyfriend’ is not at all appealing.

 

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This entry was posted on March 29, 2017 by in Engrish as a Second Language, Living in Japan.

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