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Hello! I am a Japanese woman who live in Japan. I like Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, and UK.
I am learning English. Please tell me when my English grammar is wrong. I often make a mistake.

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good color leaves

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3rd Jun 2006, 07:11  


paintist says:

I love the way the leaves change colour down to the tip of the stem :-)

3rd Jun 2006, 09:24

Dhamaka says:

I was going to say that!
very nice Yoshiko-San

3rd Jun 2006, 09:27

yoshiko says:

I don't understand why the color red though Autumn has not come yet. However, the slight shade is really beautiful.
I am glad to share pleasure these beauty with you..

3rd Jun 2006, 12:38

Dhamaka says:

do ita shimashite
some leaves do that - but this is obviously not a maple tree!

3rd Jun 2006, 13:37

yoshiko says:

well, yes. I think so, too.

by the way, let me tell you something, at this case, it is more suitable to say 'kochira koso'(the pleasure is mine):)

3rd Jun 2006, 13:55

Dhamaka NLI says:

thank you for teaching me Yoshiko San
kochira koso


3rd Jun 2006, 13:55

yoshiko says:

Please let me do the supplementation explanation, if you are OK.

"kochira koso" and "do itasi masite" are words that the person who did the act says.

You did something good, and then, I said you thank you.
and then, you said
"do itasi masite" (I was happy to do it, no problem, don't mention it)
or you said
"kochira koso" (I want also to show you the gratitude. it's my pleasure, the pleasure is mine)

and then, if you said "kochira koso", I said
"kochira koso" again or "ieie kochira koso".
"ie" means "no".
"ie" is politely word.

3rd Jun 2006, 22:43

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