I’d like some salad.. I mean “salada”! (20 Japanese English)

I'd like some salad.. I mean “salada”! (20 Japanese English)

As a Japanese who is learning English, I have confronted many situations where my English didn’t make sense at all to native speakers. That’s because there are many English words in Japanese language, written in Katakana alphabet. Those English words don’t usually have the same meaning in Japanese. We call them, Wasei Eigo (which means Japanese English). When you come to Japan, you should be aware of the difference in the meaning of certain Japanese English words. Even if [Continue Reading…]