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If you do know, can you teach us the basics?
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one of the things that my friend that speaks japanese told is that when constructing a sentence try talking like Yoda from star wars does... the way he speaks is based of the way the japanese construct their sentences
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hey might be you help me to construct a sentence in nihonggo
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soupy197 wrote:

If you do know, can you teach us the basics? :D


i think i do know how to construct basic sentences...so i hope this wud help you...^^,

example:

The use of "wa" and "ga"

"wa"
1. Atashi no uchi wa tooi desu.
~My house is far.
2. Kono uta wa saiko no desu.
~This song is the best.

"ga"
1. Atama ga itai.
~My head aches.
2. Shitsumon ga aru.
~I have a question.

I'm not sure if u already know these basics though. ^^,

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nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:

If you do know, can you teach us the basics? :D


i think i do know how to construct basic sentences...so i hope this wud help you...^^,

example:

The use of "wa" and "ga"

"wa"
1. Atashi no uchi wa tooi desu.
~My house is far.
2. Kono uta wa saiko no desu.
~This song is the best.

"ga"
1. Atama ga itai.
~My head aches.
2. Shitsumon ga aru.
~I have a question.

I'm not sure if u already know these basics though. ^^,




well, i know the "wa". :D
im not familiar with the "ga" though so that'll be helpful. thanks a lot. =)

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Posted 5/20/08

soupy197 wrote:


nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:

If you do know, can you teach us the basics? :D


i think i do know how to construct basic sentences...so i hope this wud help you...^^,

example:

The use of "wa" and "ga"

"wa"
1. Atashi no uchi wa tooi desu.
~My house is far.
2. Kono uta wa saiko no desu.
~This song is the best.

"ga"
1. Atama ga itai.
~My head aches.
2. Shitsumon ga aru.
~I have a question.

I'm not sure if u already know these basics though. ^^,




well, i know the "wa". :D
im not familiar with the "ga" though so that'll be helpful. thanks a lot. =)




sou ka...^^,
i don't know much about the usage of "ga"...but if i'm not mistaken..."ga" is used to emphasize the subject...

examples:
1. Hon ga arimasu.
~there is a book.

another example:

Nihongo wa suki dayo. <-this is wrong. Ga should be used in sentences like this. Coz wen u translate this one,it means "nihongo is like". but wen u use "ga"
Nihongo ga suki dayo. <-It makes the sentence correct. Ga makes the sentence "I like japanese".


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how about these?...these are based on my japanese dictionary
watashi / jibun / bokura- I
watashi tachi- we
watashi no-my

anata(singular)- you
anata gata(plural)-you
kimi-your
anata no-your

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nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:


nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:

If you do know, can you teach us the basics? :D


i think i do know how to construct basic sentences...so i hope this wud help you...^^,

example:

The use of "wa" and "ga"

"wa"
1. Atashi no uchi wa tooi desu.
~My house is far.
2. Kono uta wa saiko no desu.
~This song is the best.

"ga"
1. Atama ga itai.
~My head aches.
2. Shitsumon ga aru.
~I have a question.

I'm not sure if u already know these basics though. ^^,




well, i know the "wa". :D
im not familiar with the "ga" though so that'll be helpful. thanks a lot. =)




sou ka...^^,
i don't know much about the usage of "ga"...but if i'm not mistaken..."ga" is used to emphasize the subject...

examples:
1. Hon ga arimasu.
~there is a book.

another example:

Nihongo wa suki dayo. <-this is wrong. Ga should be used in sentences like this. Coz wen u translate this one,it means "nihongo is like". but wen u use "ga"
Nihongo ga suki dayo. <-It makes the sentence correct. Ga makes the sentence "I like japanese".




ohh, i see i see. damn, its complicated. XD but its so interesting and a worthwhile time-killer (learning japanese language).
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soupy197 wrote:


nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:


nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:

If you do know, can you teach us the basics? :D


i think i do know how to construct basic sentences...so i hope this wud help you...^^,

example:

The use of "wa" and "ga"

"wa"
1. Atashi no uchi wa tooi desu.
~My house is far.
2. Kono uta wa saiko no desu.
~This song is the best.

"ga"
1. Atama ga itai.
~My head aches.
2. Shitsumon ga aru.
~I have a question.

I'm not sure if u already know these basics though. ^^,




well, i know the "wa". :D
im not familiar with the "ga" though so that'll be helpful. thanks a lot. =)




sou ka...^^,
i don't know much about the usage of "ga"...but if i'm not mistaken..."ga" is used to emphasize the subject...

examples:
1. Hon ga arimasu.
~there is a book.

another example:

Nihongo wa suki dayo. <-this is wrong. Ga should be used in sentences like this. Coz wen u translate this one,it means "nihongo is like". but wen u use "ga"
Nihongo ga suki dayo. <-It makes the sentence correct. Ga makes the sentence "I like japanese".




ohh, i see i see. damn, its complicated. XD but its so interesting and a worthwhile time-killer (learning japanese language). :P


yah...^_^...you're ryt...it's really fun learning japanese...hope that helped u a bit...(^_^)
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nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:


nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:


nel_ikuta wrote:


soupy197 wrote:

If you do know, can you teach us the basics? :D


i think i do know how to construct basic sentences...so i hope this wud help you...^^,

example:

The use of "wa" and "ga"

"wa"
1. Atashi no uchi wa tooi desu.
~My house is far.
2. Kono uta wa saiko no desu.
~This song is the best.

"ga"
1. Atama ga itai.
~My head aches.
2. Shitsumon ga aru.
~I have a question.

I'm not sure if u already know these basics though. ^^,




well, i know the "wa". :D
im not familiar with the "ga" though so that'll be helpful. thanks a lot. =)




sou ka...^^,
i don't know much about the usage of "ga"...but if i'm not mistaken..."ga" is used to emphasize the subject...

examples:
1. Hon ga arimasu.
~there is a book.

another example:

Nihongo wa suki dayo. <-this is wrong. Ga should be used in sentences like this. Coz wen u translate this one,it means "nihongo is like". but wen u use "ga"
Nihongo ga suki dayo. <-It makes the sentence correct. Ga makes the sentence "I like japanese".




ohh, i see i see. damn, its complicated. XD but its so interesting and a worthwhile time-killer (learning japanese language). :P


yah...^_^...you're ryt...it's really fun learning japanese...hope that helped u a bit...(^_^)



well, that's a big factor in terms of nipon language. so its not just a "bit". lol super thanks.
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mina...just a question....i have now been learning on how to write hiragana, i also practice using anime songs...but there are certain words there that im quite confused like the word: "Jounetsu" "kitto" "ganbatte" and many more...how do u write if there are words with double "t" or letters with "j/jo"? how do u write it in hiragana or katakan or watever u call them....lol....so hope someone can help me....^^

hope im making myself here clear...^_^
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i thought it's gambatte..
Posted 5/28/08
kyaa . is it . "gambatte" or "ganbatte" ? . i'm a bit confused of it . ^^,
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damned_daughter42 wrote:

kyaa . is it . "gambatte" or "ganbatte" ? . i'm a bit confused of it . ^^,


i think it's both correct...(^_^)...some uses "gambatte" and others "ganbatte"...there's also "gamabare"...^^,
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ohh i thought it's gambare then one o the users commented that it's gambatte so i could use gamabare too??wats more appropriate??
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