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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Dec 8, 2007.
^^ndsrelease-2603^^Contributed by pkprostudio
whoops just seen what the game is about
There are Spanish for English Speakers, English for German Speakers but no Japanese for English speakers?
I belive it's too complicated to teach with a game.
Why does it say PONS in the top right corner? Is a tampon supposed to be the special gift inside?
Engrish 101, with your host, Dr. J! *everybody dies from Bloody Knives*
Don't forget English for Japanese speakers.
Pons is a german publisher for language lerning books
probably because the market is too small. there are far more english speakers learning spanish or french, and speakers of any other language learning english, than there are english-speakers learning japanese (or wanting to learn japanese).
I always thought every Nintendo player wants to learn Japanese
the game is in multi 2 French and german ^^
And Japanese for Japanese speakers.
go to Dictionary then Idioms and witness this atrocity of the English language:
If it's really cold outside you can say: boy, it's brass monkey weather!
spend a penny (UK) this is a euphemistic idiom meaning to go to the toilet.
When people say 'don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs', they mean that you shouldn't try to teach someone who has experience or is an expert in that area.