id actually like to see that...nino in a movie with will smith, or brad pitt, that would would be good....but yea, i hear from alot of ppl that they learned how to speak english from tv and video games,........where do u read the radio show translations at??????
i've watched that vid a long time ago, and all this time i thought that the presscon was freaking for real..
i never would have thought that video games will be Nino's medium for his English lessons.. truly a game otaku..
im sorta a video game freak as well, i'll be glad to teach him some..xD _________________
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didnt nino say that his vocabulary is limited? haha like he cant go around saying 'DIE' and 'KILL' and all those words he learnt in games. i think his english is pretty good though, judging from past conferences. but sho's studying it right, so is sho's english better?
tengoku de kimi ni aetara ---> when's this coming out?
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(Hihi, I just registered here... Yoroshiku ne!)
I guess that Sho's English is actually pretty good. He held a little opening speech at the Yatterman Premiere in New York and he did great. Some days ago I saw this News Zero Special about the NYCC and Sho did also report from some other places in NY, like some kind of museum for the WTC?
In only skipped trough the clip, since there was a lot of talking in Japanese I didn't quite understand, but it seemed that he easily understood everything written there in this museum / memorial hall and he even did quick translations from time to time (Like "Well, this and that happened." .."Here's a window of one of the airplanes."...)
So I guess his English is pretty good, even though he's not so confident talking to other people in English. ^^
Tengoku de Kimi ni Aetara: Isn't it starting with the next drama season...? Should be aired around July / August, I guess. (Sorry, I'm too lazy to look that up now XD)
I think Sho has a wider vocabulary than Nino since he is a newscaster and loves to travel. He mentioned before that he and a friend argued with their Indian guide to let them stay longer at Taj Mahal.. so it might be in English
Personally I love Nino's simple pronunciation more. Its easier to understand since he did not roll his Rs too much. He even can form correct sentences with limited vocabulary. That man is skilled.
Aiba's English is damn adorable . His American sounding "Banana!" was just too cute!
I wish they would do a whole show trying to learn English like the one they did for the Mandarin Lesson MagoMago Arashi.
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