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I was at a soba shop in the countryside this past weekend, sitting around a wood-burning stove, eating home-made noodles and some green thing I’d rather not describe.  And all around me are farmers who, if you added up their ages, would come to about a thousand years old.  And for some odd reason (. my presence), they start naming lists of English words they know, like numbers, colors, animals, foods, vehicles, appliances, and random words like “straight,” “curve,” “hot,” “cold,” “big,” “small.”  Japanese farmers even know amazing things like “mania” and “fantastic.”  So many English words have entered the Japanese vocabulary that even the crustiest old dude with a plow can cobble together enough of a sentence to get his point across.  For younger people, the breadth of vocabulary is astonishing.  By graduation, every high school kid knows a couple thousand English (or English-esque) words, easily enough to hold a conversation.  Give them a vocabulary test and they’d pass it.  So why can’t they speak?


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