Saturday, 4 July 2009

Anchoring in Taiwanese (Minnan)

And for a good weekend laugh..... Actually, you can laugh this way almost every weekend. I'm usually on Saturdays. Not this Saturday though. For the first time in a long, long time, they're giving me time off anchoring, following my night shift.


Kent said...

Absolutely, I don't think that you're bad at Taiwanese. Usually, Taiwan people can definitely know that one's mother tongue isn't Taiwanese when he or she is speaking Taiwanese, but I didn't feel that you're "an American speaking Taiwanese" while you're reading the scripts.

You must be a talented and active language learner. Actually, I'm one of those senior high school students who attended the English camp holded in Yung-ping High School these two days, what you've taught us would help me a lot in my future. Thanks for all the hard work you've done for teaching us today, I've learned a lot from you.

Ken said...

Watch your back. You know how many women would die to sit next to Mr. Huang? :)

翁郁容 Michella Jade Weng ミシェラ・オング said...

Thanks Kent and Ken.

Kent: thank you for your kind words. People tell me I sound like a Japanese speaking Taiwanese. But I'm glad that you guys learned a thing or two yesterday. You know where to find me if you have questions :)

Ken: I have plenty of healed wounds in my back already. What's a few more? Hahaha.