Wednesday, August 29, 2007

My first comment in Japan

It has past about two weeks since I left America. I want to go back to America.
During two weeks in America, I felt happiness everyday. And now, I have a motivation to study English. So I started studying English. But, don't take it seriously.
I just watch movie.(^_^) When I go to America next time, I want to speak English well. I think America is very comfortable place if I can speak English. I felt it when I was in America. I think this trip changed my mind. I appreciate all people around me. Thank you!


Hiromi said...

Hello, Shingo!
It's nice to see you updated the blog. ^^ How's your vacation after the trip?? You seem to have fun watching movies, right?

Anyway, I'm looking forward to reading more of your blog~! ^^

Ai said...

Hi, Shingo!
Do you remember me~^^??
My motivation also grow up more and more! I study English as I watch movies,too! In addition, I started to go an English school recently^^

Please keep your blog in Japan~!

Nina Liakos said...

Watching movies can be a very good way of improving your English! So can reading books, newspapers, or magazines (or blogs), listening to and singing along with songs, etc. It doesn't have to be tedious!

Nice to see your post from Japan! Don't forget to join our Yahoo Group!

Ji Won said...


I was so excited to see your new post! It's good to know that you're doing well in Japan and that you're インスピレーションに溢れてる to study English. Many people don't take activities such as watching movies and listening to songs seriously when studying a foreign language, but I think they are few of the most effective ways to study a foreign language! By watching movies and listening to songs, not only do you practice speed listening, you also learn many up-to-date spoken language vocabularies as well!

With that being said, good luck and keep blogging!

Dennis said...

Hello, Shingo.

I'm really happy that you're continuing to post in your blog. It's a great way to practice real English, especially if you interact with those who add comments.

Watching movies is a good way to learn languages. Many years ago, when I was teaching in the state of Oklahoma, I had two students from Iran. The husband studied in the English Institute and the wife stayed home and watched TV and talked with the neighbor children. Her English, especially her listening and speaking skills, ended up being better than her husband's!

I sincerely hope you'll be able to return to the U.S.--and maybe even be able to see an "Arizona wonder," the Grand Canyon.

Best wishes--

Dennis in Phoenix