>Turns out she was saying Vanishment all along, this whole fucking time
Jesus, why are nips so awful at pronouncing english? Also, Chuu22 thread, I guess.
It's hard for them. Kinda like how white people try to speak spanish.
>Kinda like how white people try to speak spanish.
More like how Murricans sound when they try to speak nip, for extra irony.
Because nipponese doesn't really have a "v" sound. They approximate it with a "b," which happens to make "vanishment" sound suspiciously like "banishment."
It's not just the Nips, though. If the French contributed anything worthwhile to world culture, for example, I'm sure they'd also be amused at our inability to into nasally-aspirated vowels.
Ren Lite's ED is better than Ren's OP and ED, discuss.
I haven't checked out the lite episodes yet. Are they worth watching or just a waste of time?
Daily reminder that if a nip calls you rubbery, they're actually calling you lovely.
Well, I like them.
I hope it picks up a little. It so far it feels like its running on season one fumes and hasn't really tried to establish ANYTHING yet. Worse is the fumes are like the unfunny bits from the first as well.
It because there are sounds that exist in English but don't exist in Japanese. It's often hard for them to even hear these sounds, let alone pronounce them, and usually they just substitute it with a similar sound that actually exists in their language.
The same thing happens when anyone tries to speak a sufficiently foreign language, really.
Oh man, I just got hit with translation feels. That must be like a slap in the face for everyone who translated last season.
>mfw an American pronounced harakiri harry-carry near me
ITT: ignorants try to justify their inability to pronunce foreign languages words
Hahaha, you're worse than those niggers who substitute the u with umlaut with the english u.
I dont know what you're expecting of this show, anon. It's literally Stupid Autistic Kids: the anime.
They're pretty light-hearted bits of physical comedy, and they're only a few minutes long so you don't really have to worry that much about wasting time.
My first language is spanish and I can't tell the difference between the "v" and "b" sounds.
I liked the last episode since Yuta and Rikka finally settled on what they relationship is going to be like. Just in time for that other girl to come in and screw it.
>My first language is spanish and I can't tell the difference between the "v" and "b" sounds.
How the fuck is that even possible when even the spanish alphabet differentiates the two
remember the DESS/Death thing?
Better question than pronunciation is why they would even say vanishment when banishment made sense and is even a word.
That's because "v" and "b" are letters, not sounds.
And we don't have different sounds for those two letters.
Are you Murrican? Can you differentiate between arc and ark?
My Jap friend hates it when he hears Japanese people try to speak English.
From what he told me, when they do that fake rapper bullshit when they try to do it they're basically doing what is the equivalent of an American wearing a sombrero and fake mustache and rolling their Rs with every single word while dancing all around shaking maracas and calling everyone a pendejo.
I thought she said Banishment in Season 1 and she changed it to Vanishment because it was a new spell or something.
Becuase the world, the real one, vanishes.
Japanese speaking Eng(l|r)ish is the best thing ever, though. I wish my attempts at Japanese were even half as amusing.
Yeah, but you know what I mean.
There's not difference between s and z either.
Not murrican. And I have to admit that I'm hardly an expert on spanish, but I am pretty sure that Vs are pronounced differently than Bs. Or are you saying this is exclusively an American-accent thing?
>mfw an American pronounced karaoke carry-oakie near me
whoa there's a difference?
Will Will Smith smith? Will Smith will smith.
James while John had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher.
Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
That that is is that that is not is not is that it it is.
>mfw japs replace everything with the letter L with Rs
It's like the letter doesn't exist in their language even though they have 3 different alphabets
>but I am pretty sure that Vs are pronounced differently than Bs
Nope, really, it's the same sound.
>Or are you saying this is exclusively an American-accent thing?
I don't know what you're referring to. Americans trying to speak Spanish? I don't know how they sound, maybe they try too hard and think they have to differentiate?
No, that's my point. He says the alphabet differentiates the two letters. Then I tell him that's got nothing to do with anything, just like in English ark and arc use different letters and are voiced the same way.
I've fucking heard those slanty eye'd tricksters say "L" in their words before but when it's an English word they say R.
It must be some squinty-eye'd curse that use large and in charge English speakers don't know about.
I gotta ask why though. If you're an english speaker and you spoke zulu you wouldn't try to approximate the different sounds, you'd just learn to do them. They're trying to force our pegs into their syllabic holes and just whittling them instead because they steal words from everyone.
>she was saying "reality be bent" and not "reality be rent"
>you wouldn't try to approximate the different sounds, you'd just learn to do them
This. So much this. Every ignorant ever doesn't do this simple thing. Makes me mad everytime.
I don't see the problem?
>Kinda like how white people try to speak spanish.
Those Spaniards must be having a hard time speaking Spanish then.
Git out, uneducated scum.
Japanese is a completely foreign language to me, yet I can at least pronounce it correctly. That's a shitty excuse
I'm sure all the nips you talk with tell you how good your Japanese is.
>She got buns and a gun
Sometimes they don't even fucking try.