>japanese trying to speak english
Engrish has a time and a place and this wasn't one of them times.
Specially when they do it so randomly like in Active Raid but maybe that appeals to people.
>tfw living in a country where we haven't fucked up the pronunciation of all our vowels to the point beyond recognition like native english speakers and thus i can pronounce japanese words perfectly fine
>the "th" sound is incredibly easy to make
>every single non-native english speaker can't fucking make it
>Why is it so hard for the Americans to get rid of their American accent?
seriously guys you can't pronounce japanese words for shit
american person trying to say the same word
The worst engrish of all anime is Zankyou no terror.
This make me cringe so hard even I'm not native english
>comparing learning an entire langauge's worth of phonetics to putting your tongue between your teeth and blowing
The latest glimpse of a dub i saw was the Dimension W dub trailer that was posted in one of the threads.
How hard is to pronounce Kyouma?
Why KEY-OMA? Cant they just watch the original, hear the pronunciation and just mimic it?
>implying anyone other than kikes speak hebrew anyway
Unlike the shitloads of people around the world who still haven't figured out how to pronounce even one sound "th" when it's so mindbogglingly simple to reproduce.
Two sounds really but they use the same position so if you can do one you can do both.
Do you know how it's really pronounced?
Try saying "animation" out loud.
now remove the -shun
>the way she says "goofball"
jesus christ my fucking DICK
This reminds me, I watched a History Channel special a while ago on the mystery of some super special missing Japanese world war II general's sword that was accidentally confiscated and subsequently lost due to the US's "sword ownership not permitted" rule after the former's surrender.
They trotted out at least half a dozen different historians/antiquarians to explain the history behind this thing, and I started to wonder why I'd never heard this story before- moreover why the sword's name sounded so definitively un-Japanese. Any 40 minutes into this thing I realised what was wrong: every single person was pronouncing its' name as "the hun-joe mah-sar-moe-nay". Turns out they were referring to the Honjou Masamune.
It baffles me how so many "experts" came to this consensus on the mispronunciation of foreign name. I know there's all that ancient aliens shit on history channel but this was something else; I was in awe.
If it was really that easy then the sound would occur naturally in more languages.
Producing sounds with your mouth is something 99% of the people learn by mimicking. I don't know how much effort elementary school teachers all around the world put effort into teaching proper pronounciation, but back in my days it was just the teacher saying "repeat after me" and everyone replying in unison which is practically useless for learning completely new sounds.
To be fair, you can't expect historians to be able to pronounce everything perfectly. From Arabic to Japanese naturally you're going to stop giving a fuck if you mispronounce something.
Fuck off, retard, you're worse than him.
Can't wait for more of those engrish tracks
Acceptance of twitterspeech, which was later wordfiltered, created a lax attitude towards spelling and grammar, and made people accept shitty acronyms like lol, lmao and all the other stupid twitter shit which gets posted.
For some reason it's always the American expats that still have heavy accents even after living in japan for like 16 years, too. Even the French seem more capable of learning.
I never found engrish bad as the french in gankutsuou that shit was on a whole different level