趣味でつながる、仲間ができる、大人世代のSNS、趣味人倶楽部(しゅみーとくらぶ)

よくあるご質問

Nice to meet you!

Thank you very much for letting me join this community, Emma-san.
It's my honor to be here " Gachi English society".
Gachi means doing something very very seriously, right?
I have urgent need to study English in a Gachi mood.
I have some friends who have enough guts to study hard, and
seek companies to wine and dine together with English conversation.
I'll ask them to join here.

Anyway, thank you and let's enjoy Gachi English mood!
(I know something different in spelling so let me know the real meaning!)

コメント

初音町のえんまさん

2013年08月21日 13:02

Kyoukoma-san, welcome to this community.
Yes, you are right. Gachi or Gutchi comes from Gachinko that is
Japanese slang meaning a serious fight.
I welcome your Gachi friends too.
In August, my schedule is tight. But in September, I think I will have more
spare time enough for Yokomeshi.

As you have seen through it, I selected the spelling Gutchi to combine gachi and guts so that it sounds.
Cheers!
more like English. Maybe Gutchy is better.