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Posted 6/2/08 , edited 6/5/08
minna genki desu ka? ov course, rite? sinceee im sureee u guys r excited 2 learn japanese~~ its one ov da most popular languages besides Englishhhhhhhh ^.-
unless u noe chinese, manderin or someding lyk dat. . japanese is gonna b difficult becus alot ov memorizing in hiragana, kanji, etc is difficult since .. at 1st, dey look lyk markings and scrapings 2 me3hh but u get used 2 it~~~ i did but still .. i still struggle though japanese ALOT! dat is y i recommend takin classes (even with a teacher, i still suk sooo good luk)

I think i can help somehow. I got dis book when I 1st learned Japanese .. in Romaji style. in mai opinion, its better 2 learn Romaji 1st and den Hiragana/Katakana and den Kanji.

For answers, just check the people who got it down there! ^-^

Lesson 1 (This is a worksheet from a workbook 2 help you with japanese. hope you get it right! )

Unit One - Lesson One


(since dey dont hav english vocabs, im gonna translate 4 u da best dat i can, its not perfect but its close )
Vocabulary:
sumimasen: excuse me/ parden me
wakarimasu: i understand/ i get it
watashi: I
nihongo: Japanese
amerika-jin: American
desu: (Dis is vry hard 2 explain .. its lyk a ding dat comes after a sentence ...) am ...? (i.e. 1: watashi wa Sakura desu. I am Sakura)(i.e. 2: Watashi wa jyuu yon sai desu. I am 14.)
eigo: English
iie: No
wakarimasen: I don't understand/ I don't get it.
sukoshi: a little
anata: you
hai: yes

Translate (good luck!):

sumimasen __________________ eigo __________________
wakarimasu __________________ iie __________________
watashi __________________ wakarimasen __________________
nihongo __________________ sukoshi __________________
amerika-jin __________________ anata __________________
desu __________________ hai __________________



What does ka do and how is it used? _____________________________________________


Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
________________________________________

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
________________________________________

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
________________________________________


How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. ____________________________________
I do not understand. ____________________________________
I am American. ____________________________________
I understand a little Japanese. ____________________________________
Do you speak English? ____________________________________


I hope it helppss .. if u lyk da learning style and stuff, contact m3h through pm and i can help u with lesson 2 and so on .......... ^-^ goood lukkkkkkkkkk

Posted 6/2/08

Sakura0Ikari wrote:

minna genki desu ka? ov course, rite? sinceee im sureee u guys r excited 2 learn japanese~~ its one ov da most popular languages besides Englishhhhhhhh ^.-
unless u noe chinese, manderin or someding lyk dat. . japanese is gonna b difficult becus alot ov memorizing in hiragana, kanji, etc is difficult since .. at 1st, dey look lyk markings and scrapings 2 me3hh but u get used 2 it~~~ i did but still .. i still struggle though japanese ALOT! dat is y i recommend takin classes (even with a teacher, i still suk sooo good luk)

I think i can help somehow. I got dis book when I 1st learned Japanese .. in Romaji style. in mai opinion, its better 2 learn Romaji 1st and den Hiragana/Katakana and den Kanji.

Lesson 1

Unit One - Lesson One

(since dey dont hav english vocabs, im gonna translate 4 u da best dat i can, its not perfect but its close )
Vocabulary:
sumimasen: excuse me/ parden me
wakarimasu: i understand/ i get it
watashi: I
nihongo: Japanese
amerika-jin: American
desu: (Dis is vry hard 2 explain .. its lyk a ding dat comes after a sentence ...) am ...? (i.e. 1: watashi wa Sakura desu. I am Sakura)(i.e. 2: Watashi wa jyuu yon sai desu. I am 14.)
eigo: English
iie: No
wakarimasen: I don't understand/ I don't get it.
sukoshi: a little
anata: you
hai: yes

Translate:

sumimasen __________________ eigo __________________
wakarimasu __________________ iie __________________
watashi __________________ wakarimasen __________________
nihongo __________________ sukoshi __________________
amerika-jin __________________ anata __________________
desu __________________ hai __________________



What does ka do and how is it used? _____________________________________________



Translate this conversation:

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
________________________________________

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
________________________________________

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
________________________________________


How do you say:


Excuse me. ____________________________________
I do not understand. ____________________________________
I am American. ____________________________________
I understand a little Japanese. ____________________________________
Do you speak English? ____________________________________


I hope it helppss .. if u lyk da learning style and stuff, contact m3h through pm and i can help u with lesson 2 and so on .......... ^-^ goood lukkkkkkkkkk






Translate:

sumimasen _____excuse me_____ eigo ______english_________
wakarimasu _______i get it_______ iie _______no_________
watashi ________I_________ wakarimasen ______i dont understand/know_________
nihongo ______japanese_________ sukoshi _______just a little_________
amerika-jin ______american_______ anata _______you_______
desu ______am/it is...etc________ hai ______yes_______



What does ka do and how is it used? ______ka is refered to as "is" in some sentences..however..the meaning of this word may vary according to the word before it..______



Translate this conversation:

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
______excuse me, can you understand english?______

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
____no, i dont understand english_____

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
______i know/understand japanese_______

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
_________are you american?__________

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
_____yes, i'm an american_____


How do you say:


Excuse me. ________sumimasen/suimasen____________
I do not understand. _____________wakane/wakaranai_____________
I am American. ________watashi wa amerika-jin desu__________
I understand a little Japanese. _________nihongo wa sukoshi no wakarimasu desu__________
Do you speak English? _____________eigo wa hanashimashou ka?______________
Posted 6/2/08
oh..

here's another one..

ka = is used in a sentence in which someone is asking or being asked by a question..
it is usually after the word "desu"...

:D


hope i helped..
Posted 6/3/08
emm . danks .. i didnt need help ..
its actually a worksheet/workbook dat is scanned so others can see it and do some ov da problems 2 help dem with japanese ..
i didnt wrote it ^-^;;
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minna genki desu ka? ov course, rite? sinceee im sureee u guys r excited 2 learn japanese~~ its one ov da most popular languages besides Englishhhhhhhh ^.-
unless u noe chinese, manderin or someding lyk dat. . japanese is gonna b difficult becus alot ov memorizing in hiragana, kanji, etc is difficult since .. at 1st, dey look lyk markings and scrapings 2 me3hh but u get used 2 it~~~ i did but still .. i still struggle though japanese ALOT! dat is y i recommend takin classes (even with a teacher, i still suk sooo good luk)

I think i can help somehow. I got dis book when I 1st learned Japanese .. in Romaji style. in mai opinion, its better 2 learn Romaji 1st and den Hiragana/Katakana and den Kanji.

Lesson 1 (This is a worksheet from a workbook 2 help you with japanese. hope you get it right! )

Unit One - Lesson One


(since dey dont hav english vocabs, im gonna translate 4 u da best dat i can, its not perfect but its close )
Vocabulary:
sumimasen: excuse me/ parden me
wakarimasu: i understand/ i get it
watashi: I
nihongo: Japanese
amerika-jin: American
desu: (Dis is vry hard 2 explain .. its lyk a ding dat comes after a sentence ...) am ...? (i.e. 1: watashi wa Sakura desu. I am Sakura)(i.e. 2: Watashi wa jyuu yon sai desu. I am 14.)
eigo: English
iie: No
wakarimasen: I don't understand/ I don't get it.
sukoshi: a little
anata: you
hai: yes

Translate (good luck!):

sumimasen excuse me eigo English
wakarimasu i understand iie no
watashi I wakarimasen I don't get it
nihongo Japanese sukoshi a little
amerika-jin American anata you
desu something tt comes aft a sentence... hai yes



What does ka do and how is it used? Word used in question.


Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
Excuse me, do you understand English?
Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
No, i do not understand English.
Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
I understand Japanese.
Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
Are you American?
Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
Yes, I am American



How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. sumimasen
I do not understand. wakarimasen
I am American. watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
I understand a little Japanese. nihongo wa sukoshino wakarimasen
Do you speak English? Anata wa eigogaumaithis one is speak english well...


I hope it helppss .. if u lyk da learning style and stuff, contact m3h through pm and i can help u with lesson 2 and so on .......... ^-^ goood lukkkkkkkkkk



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Sakura0Ikari wrote:

minna genki desu ka? ov course, rite? sinceee im sureee u guys r excited 2 learn japanese~~ its one ov da most popular languages besides Englishhhhhhhh ^.-
unless u noe chinese, manderin or someding lyk dat. . japanese is gonna b difficult becus alot ov memorizing in hiragana, kanji, etc is difficult since .. at 1st, dey look lyk markings and scrapings 2 me3hh but u get used 2 it~~~ i did but still .. i still struggle though japanese ALOT! dat is y i recommend takin classes (even with a teacher, i still suk sooo good luk)

I think i can help somehow. I got dis book when I 1st learned Japanese .. in Romaji style. in mai opinion, its better 2 learn Romaji 1st and den Hiragana/Katakana and den Kanji.

Lesson 1 (This is a worksheet from a workbook 2 help you with japanese. hope you get it right! )

Unit One - Lesson One


(since dey dont hav english vocabs, im gonna translate 4 u da best dat i can, its not perfect but its close )
Vocabulary:
sumimasen: excuse me/ parden me
wakarimasu: i understand/ i get it
watashi: I
nihongo: Japanese
amerika-jin: American
desu: (Dis is vry hard 2 explain .. its lyk a ding dat comes after a sentence ...) am ...? (i.e. 1: watashi wa Sakura desu. I am Sakura)(i.e. 2: Watashi wa jyuu yon sai desu. I am 14.)
eigo: English
iie: No
wakarimasen: I don't understand/ I don't get it.
sukoshi: a little
anata: you
hai: yes

Translate (good luck!):

sumimasen __________________ eigo __________________
wakarimasu __________________ iie __________________
watashi __________________ wakarimasen __________________
nihongo __________________ sukoshi __________________
amerika-jin __________________ anata __________________
desu __________________ hai __________________



What does ka do and how is it used? _____________________________________________


Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
________________________________________

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
________________________________________

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
________________________________________


How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. ____________________________________
I do not understand. ____________________________________
I am American. ____________________________________
I understand a little Japanese. ____________________________________
Do you speak English? ____________________________________


I hope it helppss .. if u lyk da learning style and stuff, contact m3h through pm and i can help u with lesson 2 and so on .......... ^-^ goood lukkkkkkkkkk



Translate (good luck!):

sumimasen=Excuse me eigo=English
wakarimasu =I understand iie = No
watashi = I wakarimasen =I don't understand
nihongo=Japanese sukoshi= a little
amerika-jin= American anata = you
desu= "is" not "am" hai = yes



What does ka do and how is it used? Used when asking questions. You put "ka" at the end of a sentence in japanese if you're asking question.


Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
Excuse me, Do you understand English?

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
No, I don't understand English.

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
I understand Japanese.

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
Are you an American?

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
Yes, I am American.


How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. = Sumimasen
I do not understand. = Wakarimasen
I am American.= watashi wa amerika-jin desu
I understand a little Japanese.=
Do you speak English?=
Posted 6/6/08

Sakura0Ikari wrote:

emm . danks .. i didnt need help ..
its actually a worksheet/workbook dat is scanned so others can see it and do some ov da problems 2 help dem with japanese ..
i didnt wrote it ^-^;;


ohh...sorry...i only qouted it so that you can check my vocabulary...i'm not that good in making sentences that's why..
i've been studying japanese for almost 3 years yet...i'm still an amateur...how i wish i have a personal teacher...

hmmm...are you that fluent in japanese?...if so... uhm...


CAN YOU BE MY TEACHER?...

please and thank you... :D

take care..
Posted 6/6/08

matt_miyami03 wrote:


Sakura0Ikari wrote:

emm . danks .. i didnt need help ..
its actually a worksheet/workbook dat is scanned so others can see it and do some ov da problems 2 help dem with japanese ..
i didnt wrote it ^-^;;


ohh...sorry...i only qouted it so that you can check my vocabulary...i'm not that good in making sentences that's why..
i've been studying japanese for almost 3 years yet...i'm still an amateur...how i wish i have a personal teacher...

hmmm...are you that fluent in japanese?...if so... uhm...


CAN YOU BE MY TEACHER?...

please and thank you... :D

take care..


omg .. dat took me 4ever .. (i didnt noe how 2 reply 2 ur message until i saw da "quote" button... stupid ov m3h.)

sorry, im not fluent, mai teacher is ... very obvious .. haha ..lol
i have friends dat r fluent.. maybe dey can help u if ur interested .. ^-^
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cool, ive completed it as well, that was usefull. what about lesson 2?
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minna genki desu ka? ov course, rite? sinceee im sureee u guys r excited 2 learn japanese~~ its one ov da most popular languages besides Englishhhhhhhh ^.-
unless u noe chinese, manderin or someding lyk dat. . japanese is gonna b difficult becus alot ov memorizing in hiragana, kanji, etc is difficult since .. at 1st, dey look lyk markings and scrapings 2 me3hh but u get used 2 it~~~ i did but still .. i still struggle though japanese ALOT! dat is y i recommend takin classes (even with a teacher, i still suk sooo good luk)

I think i can help somehow. I got dis book when I 1st learned Japanese .. in Romaji style. in mai opinion, its better 2 learn Romaji 1st and den Hiragana/Katakana and den Kanji.

For answers, just check the people who got it down there! ^-^

Lesson 1 (This is a worksheet from a workbook 2 help you with japanese. hope you get it right! )

Unit One - Lesson One


(since dey dont hav english vocabs, im gonna translate 4 u da best dat i can, its not perfect but its close )
Vocabulary:
sumimasen: excuse me/ parden me
wakarimasu: i understand/ i get it
watashi: I
nihongo: Japanese
amerika-jin: American
desu: (Dis is vry hard 2 explain .. its lyk a ding dat comes after a sentence ...) am ...? (i.e. 1: watashi wa Sakura desu. I am Sakura)(i.e. 2: Watashi wa jyuu yon sai desu. I am 14.)
eigo: English
iie: No
wakarimasen: I don't understand/ I don't get it.
sukoshi: a little
anata: you
hai: yes

Translate (good luck!):

sumimasen -excuse me/pardon me eigo english
wakarimasu - I understand I got it. iie- No
watashi - I, wakarimasen - I don't understand
nihongo - Japanese sukoshi - a little
amerika-jin - American anata - you
desu - Punctuation hai Yes



What does ka do and how is it used? I think it might be use like a question mark.


Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
Excuse me, do you understand English?

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
No, I don't understand English.

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
I understand Japanese.

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
Are you an American?

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
Yes, I am an American.


How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. Sumimasen
I do not understand. wakarimasu.
I am American. watashi wa amerika-jin desu
I understand a little Japanese. Watashi sukoshi nihongo
Do you speak English? ananta wa eigo ka.


I hope it helppss .. if u lyk da learning style and stuff, contact m3h through pm and i can help u with lesson 2 and so on .......... ^-^ goood lukkkkkkkkkk



Posted 6/7/08

Sakura0Ikari wrote:

minna genki desu ka? ov course, rite? sinceee im sureee u guys r excited 2 learn japanese~~ its one ov da most popular languages besides Englishhhhhhhh ^.-
unless u noe chinese, manderin or someding lyk dat. . japanese is gonna b difficult becus alot ov memorizing in hiragana, kanji, etc is difficult since .. at 1st, dey look lyk markings and scrapings 2 me3hh but u get used 2 it~~~ i did but still .. i still struggle though japanese ALOT! dat is y i recommend takin classes (even with a teacher, i still suk sooo good luk)

I think i can help somehow. I got dis book when I 1st learned Japanese .. in Romaji style. in mai opinion, its better 2 learn Romaji 1st and den Hiragana/Katakana and den Kanji.

For answers, just check the people who got it down there! ^-^

Lesson 1 (This is a worksheet from a workbook 2 help you with japanese. hope you get it right! )

Unit One - Lesson One


(since dey dont hav english vocabs, im gonna translate 4 u da best dat i can, its not perfect but its close )
Vocabulary:
sumimasen: excuse me/ parden me
wakarimasu: i understand/ i get it
watashi: I
nihongo: Japanese
amerika-jin: American
desu: (Dis is vry hard 2 explain .. its lyk a ding dat comes after a sentence ...) am ...? (i.e. 1: watashi wa Sakura desu. I am Sakura)(i.e. 2: Watashi wa jyuu yon sai desu. I am 14.)
eigo: English
iie: No
wakarimasen: I don't understand/ I don't get it.
sukoshi: a little
anata: you
hai: yes

Translate (good luck!):

sumimasen __________________ eigo __________________
wakarimasu __________________ iie __________________
watashi __________________ wakarimasen __________________
nihongo __________________ sukoshi __________________
amerika-jin __________________ anata __________________
desu __________________ hai __________________



What does ka do and how is it used? _____________________________________________


Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
________________________________________

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
________________________________________

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
________________________________________


How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. ____________________________________
I do not understand. ____________________________________
I am American. ____________________________________
I understand a little Japanese. ____________________________________
Do you speak English? ____________________________________


I hope it helppss .. if u lyk da learning style and stuff, contact m3h through pm and i can help u with lesson 2 and so on .......... ^-^ goood lukkkkkkkkkk



Translate (good luck!):

sumimasen excuse me eigo english
wakarimasu i understand iie no
watashi i wakarimasen i dun understand
nihongo japanese sukoshi a little
amerika-jin american anata you
desu smt to do with are , is - xShana desu hai yes


What does ka do and how is it used? according to the word infront them , the word ka may change . mostly resemble as is .

Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
pardon me , can you understand english ?

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
No , i can't understand english

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
i understand japanese

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
are you american ?

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
yes , i'm american


How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. sumimasen
I do not understand. wakarimasen
I am American. watashi wa amerika-jin desu
I understand a little Japanese. nihongo wa sukoshi no wakarimasu desu
Do you speak English? eigo wa hanashimashou ka?

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Posted 6/8/08 , edited 6/8/08

Sakura0Ikari wrote:

minna genki desu ka? ov course, rite? sinceee im sureee u guys r excited 2 learn japanese~~ its one ov da most popular languages besides Englishhhhhhhh ^.-
unless u noe chinese, manderin or someding lyk dat. . japanese is gonna b difficult becus alot ov memorizing in hiragana, kanji, etc is difficult since .. at 1st, dey look lyk markings and scrapings 2 me3hh but u get used 2 it~~~ i did but still .. i still struggle though japanese ALOT! dat is y i recommend takin classes (even with a teacher, i still suk sooo good luk)

I think i can help somehow. I got dis book when I 1st learned Japanese .. in Romaji style. in mai opinion, its better 2 learn Romaji 1st and den Hiragana/Katakana and den Kanji.

For answers, just check the people who got it down there! ^-^

Lesson 1 (This is a worksheet from a workbook 2 help you with japanese. hope you get it right! )

Unit One - Lesson One


(since dey dont hav english vocabs, im gonna translate 4 u da best dat i can, its not perfect but its close )
Vocabulary:
sumimasen: excuse me/ parden me
wakarimasu: i understand/ i get it
watashi: I
nihongo: Japanese
amerika-jin: American
desu: (Dis is vry hard 2 explain .. its lyk a ding dat comes after a sentence ...) am ...? (i.e. 1: watashi wa Sakura desu. I am Sakura)(i.e. 2: Watashi wa jyuu yon sai desu. I am 14.)
eigo: English
iie: No
wakarimasen: I don't understand/ I don't get it.
sukoshi: a little
anata: you
hai: yes

Translate (good luck!):

sumimasen __________________ eigo __________________
wakarimasu __________________ iie __________________
watashi __________________ wakarimasen __________________
nihongo __________________ sukoshi __________________
amerika-jin __________________ anata __________________
desu __________________ hai __________________



What does ka do and how is it used? _____________________________________________


Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
________________________________________

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
________________________________________

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
________________________________________

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
________________________________________


How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. ____________________________________
I do not understand. ____________________________________
I am American. ____________________________________
I understand a little Japanese. ____________________________________
Do you speak English? ____________________________________


I hope it helppss .. if u lyk da learning style and stuff, contact m3h through pm and i can help u with lesson 2 and so on .......... ^-^ goood lukkkkkkkkkk








sumimasen: Excuse me
eigo: English
wakarimasu: I understand
iie: No
watashi: I
wakarimasen: I don't understand
nihongo: Japanese
sukoshi: A little
amerika-jin: American
anata: You
desu: (desu is a sign of respect)
hai: Yes



What does ka do and how is it used? It's used in the end of a question


Translate this conversation (good luck! ^-^):

Speaker A: sumimasen, anata wa eigo ga wakarimasu ka.
Excuse me, Do you understand English?

Speaker B: iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.
No, I don't understand English.

Speaker A: watashi wa nihongo ga wakarimasu.
I understand Japanese

Speaker B: anata wa amerika-jin desu ka.
Are you an American?

Speaker A: hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu.
Yes, I'm an American


How do you say (good luck):


Excuse me. = Sumimasen
I do not understand.= Wakarimasen
I am American. = Watashi wa Amerika-jin
I understand a little Japanese.(I can't translate this, sorry)
Do you speak English? (I can't translate this either)
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Thanks it really helped me.
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Thanks it really helped me.


ton demo nai!! ^-^
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Posted 6/12/08

Sakura0Ikari wrote:


KarasuRa wrote:

Thanks it really helped me.


ton demo nai!! ^-^


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