There is educational theory that postulates movement assists learning. Maybe that’s the idea behind the Japanese videos that use scantily-clad women, synchronized movement and word repetition to help the Japanese learn English.
When learning a foreign language, most of us learn phrases that will let us eat, sleep, find a restroom and navigate to the next tourist attraction. Apparently, the Japanese view of English-speaking countries necessitates learning phrases that can be used during muggings and after eating disagreeable food.
You really have to watch the videos to appreciate how the Japanese learn English.
Humorous Misspelled Signs
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Mocking ESL Signs
Translating English to English
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Low-Impact Aerobics Help the Japanese Learn English
By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Jan 21, 2010 • References: wtfjapanseriously