In English, not all t’s are the same. We have an aspirated t and a stop t. I don’t wax on lyrical about this in class; I just want the students here at my スミス英会話生駒 (English converstation class inIkoma) to notice that a difference exists. I can change how the ending of a word sounds. These […]
The other day I was thinking about the role of listening in the 英会話 (eikaiwa) industry here in Japan. A lot of students in my school (スミス英会話生駒） have trouble repsonding because they have trouble with listening.