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Posted 7/17/08
umm could anyone tell me how to say.... you are really sweet...
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Posted 7/22/08

AniMeaDiKz wrote:

Can sum1 teach me this in japanese:

KILL, Death, Suffering, Hurt


殺す  -   死   -  苦しみ  - 痛み

   KOROSU, SHI, KURUSHIMI, ITAMI

Posted 7/28/08
can you teach me 'your hopeless' or 'idiot'?lol.
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Posted 7/30/08

zonnikku wrote:


AniMeaDiKz wrote:

Can sum1 teach me this in japanese:

KILL, Death, Suffering, Hurt


殺す  -   死   -  苦しみ  - 痛み

   KOROSU, SHI, KURUSHIMI, ITAMI



thnx!!! lol
Posted 8/1/08
http://www.eudict.com/?lang=engjap&word=

translator...translater...?
its real helpful however its spelt
Posted 8/6/08
Ummm .......some words have a certain way to pronounce it right?
Like the word ame.....it can mean candy or even rain.........
Thats why you have to raise your voice on some parts of the word......
Just correct me if im wrong ok?
Posted 8/6/08
Oh mashimoro..i got dat teddy..lol..
but yea i realize a "R" between a word in romaji is pronounce by rolling ur tongue..lol
Posted 8/7/08
bakka is idiot i think......
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Posted 8/7/08

Nemo_kid wrote:

umm could anyone tell me how to say.... you are really sweet...


kimi wa totemo yasashi (desu)
anata wa totemo yasashi (desu)
otaku wa totemo yasashi (desu)

i'll sometimes be learning as i go to so...mods feel free to correct me whenever to

i believe kimi is/can be said when you're referring to someone close. ex. a close friend/family/relative
anata is informal. used casually and
otaku is being formal.
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Posted 8/7/08 , edited 8/7/08

MoshixMoro wrote:

Ummm .......some words have a certain way to pronounce it right?
Like the word ame.....it can mean candy or even rain.........
Thats why you have to raise your voice on some parts of the word......
Just correct me if im wrong ok?


Moshi
i'm sure you're right.
but in the case above. i believe both can be pronounced the same.
another example is okashi. meaning both candy and funny.


and yes, baka is idiot, stupid, dumb, etc. etc. etc.
but at the same time it can mean like silly, crazy.
so it can be used in a sort of a mean way but at the same time a fun way.

when you're watching your j-drama, the situation will tell you how they're
trying to come across.
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Posted 8/7/08

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Nemo_kid wrote:

umm could anyone tell me how to say.... you are really sweet...


kimi wa totemo yasashi (desu)
anata wa totemo yasashi (desu)
otaku wa totemo yasashi (desu)

i'll sometimes be learning as i go to so...mods feel free to correct me whenever to

i believe kimi is/can be said when you're referring to someone close. ex. a close friend/family/relative
anata is informal. used casually and
otaku is being formal.


Thanks soo much you are very very helpful i will diffently ask again lol thanks ^^
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Posted 8/15/08
hmmmmmm!!!
can i ask??
what is king in japanese?
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Posted 8/16/08 , edited 8/16/08

always07 wrote:

hmmmmmm!!!
can i ask??
what is king in japanese?


always_chan

king = ousama (pronounce it like you're saying the letter O, then sa ma) or you can say kingu
queen = joou or you can say kuiin

prince = ouji, oujisama (formal) or you can say purinsu
princess = ojo or hime, ohimesama (formal) or you can say purinsesu

and there you go always_ohimesama


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Posted 8/17/08
thank you very much!!!!!!
Dōmo arigatō!!!!
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Posted 9/1/08
I am taking a Human Sexuality class right now, and I need to translate the names of sex organs into a different language and report to the class. It's a little embarassing , but the whole point of the excercise is to be comfortable with the sex terms. I already looked up some words online, but my professor wants us to actually ask someone who actually speaks it. Anyways, it will be very helpful if anyone would translate some for me like words for breasts and nipples or something like that. Onegaishimasu!
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