皆さん、ハロー、こんにちにゃん。We’re currently experiencing technical difficulties. We apologise especially during this time. The current item experiencing errors is: Word of the Week. Due to an error with the WordPress server on the new editor as well as an issue with the internet, compounded with poor QUIZBO™くん doing his best to edit a previously recorded Radio Show segment to remove some interruptions without completely cutting out portions, we’ll have to try again, and hopefully in a year of delays, this won’t delay the plans we’ve already had to delay. (We’ve also taken the internet and server issue downtime to discuss future segments for you in our secret location.)
We thank you for your patience during this time. We only want to provide the best for you even if it means breaking our schedule. But, we’re unsure if we’ll be able to re-code the lesson in time. Still, we wanted to give you a proper notice in the meantime. We’re doing our absolute best, and we hope you continue to do your absolute best during these times.
In the meantime, we hope you’ll still be able to enjoy revising past lessons or watching previous content (and having a look at our brand new SpeRaToBo site banner!!) . Be sure to Follow SpeRaToBo || ieindigoeast in order to be the first to know when this quiz and future content releases. During this time, we don’t have the ability to get assistance with these sorts of issues from outside sources due to our usual go-to venues being shut down or closed due to the current health crisis.
In the meantime, the one word we can give you today is:
This word/phrase literally means ‘technical issues’ as in:
ぎじゅつてきもんだいが はっせいしています。 もうしわけございません。
gijutsutekimondai ga hassei shiteimasu. moushi wake gozaimasen.
We’re experiencing technical difficulties. Our apologies.
Of course, even we understand that there was nothing more we could do in the situation. We are always prepared days in advance and nothing can really be done when it comes to random errors. And, that’s never even the half of it. But, even still, it still makes us feel bad. But, hopefully being able to experience the content as intended will make up for it. Anyway, we hope that little bit of Japanese will help and that you can still enjoy the previous lessons. (There’s over 250 to explore~!)
Thank you again for continuing with us on your Japanese language learning journey. Remember to keep washing your hands, keep distanced, and be mindful.
Stay safe, everyone!!