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I used to do stuff like this to piss off my teachers all the time... ROFL!!!
on the other hand. i wouldnt say this was the best test answer ever turned it. not even close.
At the top it says "use video, Horizon reading and extra info" The textbook I used in high school for Social Studies was called Horizons . So if this person lives in BC it is for a History class.
He assumed the role of a Chinese immigrant. He wrote a letter home as the Chinese immigrant.
I can`t explain it any clearer than that.
the cool ting is that its real, he must`ve put it through a translator.
My life here is very bad.The working conditions are bad, and the pay is low.But don`t worry, only about 10 people suffer heavy injuries everyday, and I am very careful.We opened a small shop, and business is not too bad.Although my English is not so good, I can more or less understand what the white people are saying.I hope I can make something out of this! I will work hard here, and I will take care of my health.Are you guys alright?I miss you all, I hope we can meet again.
Basically what robotobunneh said.
Took me awhile to realize that the 3rd and 4th words were "zhe li" ._.
Basically, Chinese is very complex and square looking and Japanese is simpler looking. It`s subtle but the difference is there
As far as I know, it`s possible to write Chinese in different directions. Something about the characters indicates the correct direction of reading.
Left to right in rows, top downards, makes the most sense when written in ink by a right-handed person, which is why most languages do it that way.
I also know that whoever said "vertically right to left" is correct although they expressed it awkwardly. They meant vertically going from top to bottom down the right hand side first, then down the column left of that, and then left of that and so forth.
Ahhh that made it slightly less funny.
Actually, both Chinese and Japanese can be written either way, vertically or horizontally. So it`s not as wrong as you thought. In fact, all the characters are actual Chinese characters, so it just might be 100% right.
I think thats Japanese, I think Chinese is top to bottom. So this is still wrong. Damn funny, but still wrong.
no... he wrote 的 or "de" which is an ending particle or also translates to " `s ".
Anyway, that`s pretty funny.
I`d laugh even harder if it turned out that he was insulting his teacher in Chinese IN the letter.
Easiest exam ever!
But that`s hilarious xDDD
Arabic is written horizontally right to left.
@Tommyzto: That`s actually quite good handwriting. Mine`s worse.
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