コメントはこちらへ： http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnwUD8GTEhw I'm doing a one month experiment to see how much my Japanese improves by making video blogs and having people point out my mistakes. I'm making a 2 minute video every day in June. Please help me by leaving a comment pointing out one (or more) of my mistakes. Thank you very much! Sarah
Today's story is about pasta. Several years ago, my boyfriend and I went to a restaurant in a ski resort in Japan. The pasta we ordered wasnt cooked. And it wasnt just nicely firm, it was actually not cooked properly. When you bit into it there was white inside and it was hard to chew. So, we politely pointed this out to the waitress. We expected them to apologise but instead we got a lecture on penne they said that was how it was supposed to be. Ive ordered pasta hundreds of times in Japanese restaurants and this has only happened once, so it was quite memorable. Since then, whenever I cook penne, I call it: So Iu Mon Penne.