france-eesti wrote:The person after me is watching a manga to please someone they appreciate, because mangas aren't usually their kind of program.
"Manga" is a term for graphic novels. When a manga is adapted into a movie, it is often called "anime". You might also use that term for a television adaptation or you might just call it a "a tv show based on a manga".
tiuwiu wrote:I don't consciously watch but my children enjoy watching animes so I often spend time watching it with them.
"Anime" is generally uncountable in English. If you choose to pluralise it, you can't then refer back to it in the next clause with a singular pronoun.
It sounds awkward to use "watch" without an explicit object. I would say "I don't consciously watch anime
, but my children enjoy it..."
tiuwiu wrote:The person under me wishes to have thethey had a time-machine.
I don't want that kind of responsibility.The person after me still lives in the town or city where they were born.
"Richmond is a real scholar; Owen just learns languages because he can't bear not to know what other people are saying."--Margaret Lattimore on her two sons