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Japanese people are perfectionists for English? How about in your country (or individual opinion)? Do you agree or disagree a theme, "Japanese people are perfectionists for English?". And how about in your country (or individual opinion)? It is said that most of Japanese people are perfectionists. Perfectionism inhibits learning English because they hesitate to use English. The most important thing for non-native English speaker is just telling their feelings or opinions to foreigners. I understand these ideas, but I sometimes hesitate to use English because I don't have much confidence.
Dec 4, 2017 9:51 AM
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I️ do think that Japanese culture has a sense perfectionalism that is evident, but I dont think that it inhibits them. On the contrary, I think that it helps them with almost anything they set themselves out to learn. That's just my opinion based on my personal experience observing their culture.
December 4, 2017
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