A while back, I was teaching some fourth graders. The kids were making sketches of their family, which they would introduce later, infront of class. Each student had to scribble down something that 'their person' liked. One boy wrote down that his father liked ''baseball''. Of course, he wrote it in Japanese but in katakana. I could at least read it (I still can't quickly recognize the kanjis for baseball 野球). Being the way I am, I ask him to write it in English. He didn't know how to spell so I said each letter for him. When he go to 'L', he was stumped. Right when I was about to help him, a boy sitting infront of him, whips around and says in Japanese 'L, like Luigi'. A light burst through the boys head and he was able to complete the word.