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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Jun 17, 2007.
I see PacMan in the top left corner...
Eigo means English (language), so this is probably another English training "game".
Why do the Japanese get so many English-Training games, yet we have to see a single Japanese-Training one?
Do you prefer... "wapanese"?
I think ALC was a certain english test you can take. The rest of the title says: English Master: Intermediate
Pikachu025, there aren't Japanese training games aimed for foreigners, but there are MANY games aimed at Japanese to revise the kanji meanings, writing, and reading in sentences. You can figure them out pretty easily.
All the kanken games and kakitori kun give you all the kanji chilkdren learn in school starting from the 1st year.
Besides some of those english training games you could use as well, if you have a basic knowledge of japanese grammar. It's like getting an english lesson book for Japanese, doesn't matter if its J>E or E>J eventually you figure out that A means B.
Direct translation of the title : ARK's 10-minute English Master : Middle Level.
I'm actually glad for some of these titles. My japanese girlfriend is getting good with english, and this is perfect for her
ALC IS THE SHIT.
Seeing as there's a few people actually using this...is it good? I've tried multiple english and japanese trainers but most of them sucked.