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(Rocketnews 24)   Teacher hides touching farewell message to departing students in their final exam. 10% of students can't solve the problem   (en.rocketnews24.com) divider line 34
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2014-02-05 08:09:25 AM  
Maybe that 10% were returning next year.
 
2014-02-05 08:19:10 AM  
If this had happened in America, it'd probably be more like 50%.
 
2014-02-05 08:36:01 AM  

xanadian: If this had happened in America, it'd probably be more like 50%.


probably more like 99%, it was written in chinese!
 
2014-02-05 08:38:37 AM  
RDRR
 
2014-02-05 08:41:32 AM  
4 kids didn't get it.  Just so we're clear.  4 kids out of the 40 didn't get this exactly right.  That's actually not that bad.
 
2014-02-05 08:41:38 AM  

xanadian: If this had happened in America, it'd probably be more like 50%.


If this happened in America subbys headline would have just read "Teacher hides touching"
 
2014-02-05 08:44:33 AM  
"Be sure to drink your Ovaltine"
 
2014-02-05 08:45:38 AM  
Less touching:

www.smbc-comics.com
 
2014-02-05 08:47:08 AM  
BESURETODRINKYOUROVALTINE
 
2014-02-05 08:47:50 AM  
WTF.

/the kids will get this one.
 
2014-02-05 08:49:17 AM  
GAH! It's written in, like, Mexican or something!
 
2014-02-05 08:57:50 AM  
"touching"??? It was as generic as a fortune cookie.
 
2014-02-05 08:57:52 AM  
I'll bite.  Why would the first pic be censored?
 
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2014-02-05 09:00:33 AM  
Wow. How unamerican to write the note in a forign language.  I'm offended and won't buy their product.
 
2014-02-05 09:24:12 AM  
tr:dl
 
2014-02-05 09:28:12 AM  

Guns n' Farkin Roses: xanadian: If this had happened in America, it'd probably be more like 50%.

probably more like 99%, it was written in chinese!


Considering the school was in Japan, a 10% failure rate for a Chinese test might be pretty good
 
2014-02-05 09:30:07 AM  

midigod: I'll bite.  Why would the first pic be censored?


The test was covered by tge teachers dick
 
2014-02-05 09:37:46 AM  

Guns n' Farkin Roses: xanadian: If this had happened in America, it'd probably be more like 50%.

probably more like 99%, it was written in chinese!


Exacery, when are these third world countries gonna learn to speak American.
 
2014-02-05 09:57:25 AM  
Somebody want to elaborate in thread?

Work filters categorize the site as "Marijuana" and deny access.

/don't ask
 
2014-02-05 10:13:05 AM  

HexMadroom: tr:dl


You. I like you.
 
2014-02-05 10:27:58 AM  
Hello Pete, meet my buddy.
 
2014-02-05 10:42:08 AM  
Site blocked.
Is this another article about a teacher touching some kid?
 
2014-02-05 12:28:33 PM  

Onkel Buck: xanadian: If this had happened in America, it'd probably be more like 50%.

If this happened in America subbys headline would have just read "Teacher hides touching"


And we're done.
 
2014-02-05 03:41:36 PM  
"So, like the gruff but ultimately likable ninja school teacher in some hilarious anime that has to exist somewhere "

If there is any justice in the world, the author of this article will be killed by rickety bookshelf that suddenly collapses, crushing him beneath the weight of the prose of authors who KNOW HOW TO WRITE SIMILES THAT DON'T MAKE YOU WANT TO VOMIT.
 
2014-02-05 05:21:42 PM  
Summary for those with blockage issues: The Japanese aren't big on self-expression and getting all touchy-feely, so a teacher made the last question on the test into a word puzzle that looked like this when solved:

"Yume to kibou wo motte ganbare yo. Sayonara. Mata aou."

Loosely translated, that's:
"Always have hope and follow your dreams. Do your best out there. I hope we meet again some day."
 
2014-02-05 05:40:01 PM  

agent00pi: HexMadroom: tr:dl

You. I like you.


Japanese only replaces L with R, not the other way around.

tr;dr
 
2014-02-05 08:51:37 PM  

khellendros1984: Summary for those with blockage issues: The Japanese aren't big on self-expression and getting all touchy-feely, so a teacher made the last question on the test into a word puzzle that looked like this when solved:

"Yume to kibou wo motte ganbare yo. Sayonara. Mata aou."


What's a "mata aou"?
 
2014-02-05 09:33:07 PM  

Genju: agent00pi: HexMadroom: tr:dl

You. I like you.

Japanese only replaces L with R, not the other way around.

tr;dr


I'm willing to sacrifice accuracy for the joke :)
 
2014-02-05 09:37:34 PM  

reubendaley: khellendros1984: Summary for those with blockage issues: The Japanese aren't big on self-expression and getting all touchy-feely, so a teacher made the last question on the test into a word puzzle that looked like this when solved:

"Yume to kibou wo motte ganbare yo. Sayonara. Mata aou."

What's a "mata aou"?


Mata means "again" and aou is the volitional form to au: "to meet".
 
2014-02-05 09:40:20 PM  

Genju: agent00pi: HexMadroom: tr:dl

You. I like you.

Japanese only replaces L with R, not the other way around.

tr;dr


Since there's only a single phoneme existing roughly between the English 'L' and 'R', I can assure you: they do both.
 
2014-02-05 10:51:47 PM  

aagrajag: Genju: agent00pi: HexMadroom: tr:dl

You. I like you.

Japanese only replaces L with R, not the other way around.

tr;dr

Since there's only a single phoneme existing roughly between the English 'L' and 'R', I can assure you: they do both.


In speech, it certainly can vary regionally (I think of it as a triangle with L, R, and D in the three corners). In transliteration, I've never seen a written "L" in any system.
 
2014-02-05 11:31:43 PM  

angstycoder: aagrajag: Genju: agent00pi: HexMadroom: tr:dl

You. I like you.

Japanese only replaces L with R, not the other way around.

tr;dr

Since there's only a single phoneme existing roughly between the English 'L' and 'R', I can assure you: they do both.

In speech, it certainly can vary regionally (I think of it as a triangle with L, R, and D in the three corners). In transliteration, I've never seen a written "L" in any system.


That's certainly true of romanization systems.
 
2014-02-06 08:40:12 AM  

aagrajag: reubendaley: khellendros1984: Summary for those with blockage issues: The Japanese aren't big on self-expression and getting all touchy-feely, so a teacher made the last question on the test into a word puzzle that looked like this when solved:

"Yume to kibou wo motte ganbare yo. Sayonara. Mata aou."

What's a "mata aou"?

Mata means "again" and aou is the volitional form to au: "to meet".


Woosh.
 
2014-02-06 10:11:07 AM  

tetsoushima: aagrajag: reubendaley: khellendros1984: Summary for those with blockage issues: The Japanese aren't big on self-expression and getting all touchy-feely, so a teacher made the last question on the test into a word puzzle that looked like this when solved:

"Yume to kibou wo motte ganbare yo. Sayonara. Mata aou."

What's a "mata aou"?

Mata means "again" and aou is the volitional form to au: "to meet".

Woosh.


I was thinking that, but maybe

farm5.static.flickr.com
 
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