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Tuesday, July 3, 2007



As I wrote already, my mum often cook pasta because of ease of procedure :p

And I eat it as relish with whiskey.

Healthy and delicious. This pasta is .... I don't know the name.. :O

Tomato, okra, bacon,salt and pepper.

I want to visit Italy to eat pasta someday :D


maria said...

hi taro?

what is the dressing for your pasta? :)

it's simple as it is...:)

Anna Pesut アナ ピースーット said...
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Anna Pesut アナ ピースーット said...

That pasta looks delicious!! :D

Haha, yeah Japanese pronunciation is a lot easier than English because there are only a few sounds.

I only spot two very small mistakes in this entry. the word "cook" should be "cooks". English verbs are confusing and don't follow one simple rule.. but I guess in this case, the basic rule I can give you is that if you're talking about YOU, the verb would be "cook".. "I often cook pasta". But if you're talking about someone else, it would be "My mum often cooks pasta".

And "because of ease of procedure" should be "because of the ease of the procedure". "The" is called an 'article', and there is nothing like them in the Japanese language. They, in a way, kind of work like adjectives, but they're not. Other articles include "an" and "a". "An" is used before a noun that starts with a vowel (a,e,i,o,u), like "an eel". "A" is used before a noun that doesn't start with a vowel, like "a cat".

I hope I'm not being too confusing ^^' English is a hard language with many contradicting rules >__<

Margaret said...

Subarashi desu! Looks delicious.

Taro said...

Hi maria, Hmmm I don't know what did she put as sauce... Maybe a little bit vinegar and olive oil. I like spicy and sour dishes :D

Taro said...

Ana chan
Thank you for correcting! Yeah usually I don't understand which one should I choose from "the" and "a" and "an" ....
I will double-check if the article that I choose is correct or not so please notify if you find any mistake!
By the way, hows your packing going on? You should bring a folding umbrella beause it rains in Japan these days :p