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Would it be cool to transfer as a new foreign student, at a JAPANESE SCHOOL?!
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maybe
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veena_725 wrote:

hmmm...dont noe....i would probably feel like a stranger


know* not 'noe'

There is no English word that is written 'noe'.


Neo_Akatsuki wrote:

Ive been to France and done it and i didnt really like it, its like people said^^ when your not acustom to that certain place and dont know the language it isnt much fun.


I've*

I*

didn't*

it's* (meaning, "it is")

you're*

accustomed*

don't*

isn't*

I suggest rephrasing that last sentence to:

When you're not accustomed to that certain place and don't know the language it ain't as much fun.


ladiie_rin wrote:

heckk yeee!!! my sumwat cuzin transfered to japan!! but i cudnt ask her bout it cuz i we werent close but now im soo jelouse!!!xD


somewhat* cousin* transferred* Japan* I* couldn't* because/'cause* I* weren't* I'm* jealous*
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itz always cool.
Posted 3/30/08
It would be cool, but since ya dont understand japanese u get straight Fs or 0s on ur marks
Posted 3/30/08

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When you're not accustomed to that certain place and don't know the language it ain't as much fun.


Ain`t is the same as isn`t . Ain`t is a contraction . For what ? Is not .
If I`m wrong , my classmate was lying . >.>
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hehe. maybe? XD
Posted 3/30/08
It'd be awesome but I can't speak Japanese so I'd have trouble.
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it woudl be kool...cept i don't know the language
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dude its just another country, take it easy
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I would give it a shot ... in fact I intend to later on in my college career
Posted 3/30/08
I would love it actually.... I think that it would be such an experience...lol and i just meet a really cute japanese guy
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snow-chibi wrote:


AHTL wrote:

When you're not accustomed to that certain place and don't know the language it ain't as much fun.


Ain`t is the same as isn`t . Ain`t is a contraction . For what ? Is not .
If I`m wrong , my classmate was lying . >.>


From the earlier form an’t, a contraction of are not and am not. Historically, it was present in many dialects of the English language, but not that of Southeast England, which became the standard.

Contraction

ain't

1. (dialectal or informal) are not, aren’t; is not, isn’t; am not.
2. (dialectal, informal) have not, haven’t; has not, hasn’t.
3. (dialectal, informal) do not, don’t; does not, doesn’t; did not, didn’t.


There's your answer

~ Thus making my sentence invalid in being correct, "isn't" would be the correct word in this case I believe.
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i fear looking into reality and going to school
Posted 3/30/08

AHTL wrote:

From the earlier form an’t, a contraction of are not and am not. Historically, it was present in many dialects of the English language, but not that of Southeast England, which became the standard.

Contraction

ain't

1. (dialectal or informal) are not, aren’t; is not, isn’t; am not.
2. (dialectal, informal) have not, haven’t; has not, hasn’t.
3. (dialectal, informal) do not, don’t; does not, doesn’t; did not, didn’t.


There's your answer


Ooo . She wasn`t lying . Thanks .
Posted 3/30/08
depends.. they should if they know how to speak japanese right.. =)
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