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17 lug 2018

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Could you correct my English sentence?



There are some women who use ‘boku’, which means ‘I’ in Japanese and normally men use as the first person. According to The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language by David Crystal, this suggests the notions of sexual equality. However, I don’t agree with his opinion and I will explain the reason.
I image women who use ‘boku’ hanker for boyish women. They are probably affected by the characters in cartoons or novels, for example, Princess Knight by Osamu Tezuka. The Takarazuka Revue may also affect.
In conclusion, I argue that women use ‘boku’ not to claim the notions of sexual equality, and they use it because they want to use.

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Could you correct my English sentence?



There are some women who use ‘boku’, which means ‘I’ in Japanese and normally men use as the first person. According to The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language by David Crystal, this suggests the notions of sexual equality. However, I don’t agree with his opinion and I will explain the reason.
 I image women who use ‘boku’ hanker for boyish women. They are probably affected by the characters in cartoons or novels, for example, Princess Knight by Osamu Tezuka. The Takarazuka Revue may also affect.
 In conclusion, I argue that women use ‘boku’ not to claim the notions of sexual equality, and they use it because they want to use.
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