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ne ne, does any1 know what is the japanese term for "i love you"???
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I think it is something with daisuki in it?
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this is good.....know i can learn japanese better...^^
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natasha3321 wrote:

ne ne, does any1 know what is the japanese term for "i love you"???


I know it is, "aishiteru".
i like - "daisuki"
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natasha3321 wrote:

ne ne, does any1 know what is the japanese term for "i love you"???


I know it is, "aishiteru".
i like - "daisuki"


*bows* arigato gozimashta ^^
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natasha3321 wrote:


bloodthirsty09 wrote:


natasha3321 wrote:

ne ne, does any1 know what is the japanese term for "i love you"???


I know it is, "aishiteru".
i like - "daisuki"


*bows* arigato gozimashta ^^


do itashimashite! XD
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This Helps soooo much, Arigato!!
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awesome this help a lot!!!!!!!!!!!
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I hope dis helps =}

Good night (Formal):
Oyasumi nasai

Good night (Informal):
(Oyasumi)

See you soon:
Dewa Mata

Ii tenki desu ne? (Formal):
Nice weather today, right?

Daijoubu
It’s alright.

Today: Kyou
Yesterday: Kinou
Tomorrow: Ashita
Weekday: Heijitsu
Weekend: Shiyumatsu
Morning: Asa
Daytime: Hiruma
Afternoon: Gogo
Evening: Yuugata
Night: Yoru
Midnight: Sinya

I give up: Akirameta

I haven’t seen you for a long time: Hisashiburi desu ne.

Don’t leave me!/Don't go!: Ikanaide

I’m tired of you: Anata niwa unzari shiteiru

dere is a few words/ phrases dat may b useful & tell me if i spelled anydin wrong, cus i usually type with a typo...lol
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ok wat does ni mean and how about the colors in japanese please!!

watashi wa totemo.... ok I'll continue in english I am seriously not sure I can learn all this !!
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tearofmisery wrote:

ok wat does ni mean and how about the colors in japanese please!!

watashi wa totemo.... ok I'll continue in english I am seriously not sure I can learn all this !! :(


why not it's not that hard ??
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thank u this helps alot
Posted 5/9/08
Since oneesan is for older sister what would you say for your younger sister?


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ok more

Ah-either an exclamation of surprise or an affirmation

Anata-a term of affection that women use to address their husbands

Ano-um

Arigato or arigato gozimashta-Thank you

Baka-idiot or fool

Bakata-I understand

Dagu-a light weight swear word, used to express annoyance

Daishobu-Are you ok?

Demo-But

Domo-nice to meet you, or thank you

Doshde-What’s wrong

Dozo-here you go

Gomen or gomenasai-sorry

Hai-multiple meanings, can mean yes, I’m coming, or I understand

Haiyaku-hurry up

Hatsukoi-first love, a very special person in Japanese society

Honto-true

Iie-No

Ja ne-Good bye

Kesu-a swear word, meaning dammit

Kesuma-you bastard

Mah ne-I guess so

Matte-Wait

____-chan –a cute addition to someone’s name, usually reserved for children

____-ji -uncle

____-kun –usually used for younger boys, or someone a person knew as a child, it is also a sign of respect

____-sama –a way of addressing someone you wish to humble yourself to

____-san –a polite way of addressing someone, slightly more formal, it shows respect.

Nande or Nani-what

Naze-why

Obasan-grandmother

Ojosan-young lady

Okaro-mother

Oneesan or name-nee -older sister

Oniichan, niisan, oniisama, or name-nii -older brother

Otousan or oyaji-father

Segoi-that’s incredible

Sempai-an older classmate or someone who has been doing something for longer

Sensei-teacher

Soda or Soka-Is that so?

Soda or Sodane-that’s right

Sumimasen-sorry or excuse me

Urusai-Shut up

Yamerou-stop

Yokata-that’s a relief


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