Good evening everybody!
A new week will start soon and this means my blog will end soon too. So I would like to reply as many readers as possible.
Dear Amy & Ana Paula> My favourite Onigiri / KimPab is salmon frake, plum, or kelp flavoured with Soy sauce and sweet Sake for seasoning! However, the best seller in Japan would be Tuna with mayonaise, I guess. I like noodle too! Soba is always my favourite!:)
Captineconomist> Thanks for the comment. I also thought he exaggerated what I said. However, he was really conservative, so he said it by heart. well, he is my boss so I do not want to have an unnecessary fight!
Wencan> Thanks for shooting a comment to me. nice to meet you!
Trang>Oh, were you sad before you read the blog? I would like to say the word which my grandma told me : 'The dawn is always breaking. You can't go against but you can do your best.' I did not wanna make this comment too serious though. Anyway let's brush up English for both of us!
Mauricio> I agree with you! I like to live in a big city but hate noise and many people! Today I went to Shibuya, where it is alwasy crowded with many school kids, and totaly fed up! It is nice you live in a place you can hear the voice of birds. Good place for living.
Wisarut>You live in Northeast? I only know Chennai for the name of the northern part of Thailand; I've been to Thailand and loved the beautiful sea & nature. It's also interesting to see how lively Bankok is. Take care x
Pilar> Thanks for the wish for my trip:D) Actually,,,, I still did not talk anything about it with my boss. But I already booked! hehe, I think it is the best way to
ask days away from the company and achieve my holiday! haha.
Tony> Here is the quick reply for me. Apologies for short sentense. *1: my English-English dictionay has the sample sentense : She is busy practising for the school concert. *2:This is conversational word. Please look the dictionary by yourself. *3:Please look my previous entry and you can find 'get out of'. I intended to emphasize the phrase. *4: I did not find 'foreignal' in my dictionary. 'foreign' is adjective so it was correct.
Ahmed> Thanks, now I understood how the sentense works. Your explanation is certainly correct and it is same as Amy told me. Thank you so much.
Ernesto> Thanks for the comment. Many people said I was in between Yukari and Yuriko. Nowadays, yes, three children here are really rare. Average birth rate, which shows how many childeren a woman in Japan have, is 1.3!! Scary.... How about the situation in Chile? Does your country also have Japanese-Chile people? Regards.
Zerdor> Thanks for the comment!
Adriana>Would you like me to explain Manga culture? or Do you have any specific question? In the blog, I wanted to say, I sometimes found people who like manga so much were a bit odd and crazy. Because I cannot imagine people over 20 years old like manga so much, do not care about their appearance, and buy figures or dolls of the characters! Can you understand what I am saying?? Anyway, thanks for the comment!
Sevinas> Answering your questions, these days we are good in relationship but when we were young, we sometimes had a fight like usual children. Having two sisters is nice, and I appreciate it to my parents,, BUT! I wanted to be younger one, not eledest child. I am not gealous of anything..We just wanna be taller than how tall we are now! I am 152 cm and think too small!!! Regards.
trantrungkien>Vegetarian means the people who avoid eating any meat. I do not think it is popular in Viet Nam though.
Sherzod>It does! Please help us studying how we can fortell disasters here. ig: Earthquake, Tsunami, or Eruptions....hehe! What do you precisely study/work for?
Adek>To be honest with you, I was not in a good mood last week, as I was busy and got stressed by work. Now I am good -- totally ready for new week! hehehe---. It will be Monday so Cheer up for both of us!
Tu Anh>Thanks for the comment. Well,,, I am not sure if our customs of the food are healthy. Because these days we eat lots of meet and, I think, Japanese like alcohol so much! I also heard the Vietnamese foods are healthy, using many kinds of vegetables. Regards
Liza> Thanks for the comment. Russia is located in cold area so I think there's no wonder that Russians eat meets very much especially for nutrition. I like the russian tea-- tea with jam!
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