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Posted 7/14/08

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quelrakwel wrote:

How can I say "Do you understand?" in japanese?


Wakarimasu ka?


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Posted 7/15/08

neowoofer_animelover wrote:


quelrakwel wrote:

How can I say "Do you understand?" in japanese?


Wakarimasu ka?


arigato gusaimasu!
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angelicax wrote:

How to say "i will do my best" in japanese??


I'll try my Best "saizen wo tsukushi masu" or "Ganbari Masu!"

hehe... just use that one


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Just wondering, do you pronounce the words the way they are spelt or do they sound different when you speak it?


well just that When they Pronounce a word is not.... like

Desu = Des
+++++ if there are 'su' in the last sentence they are talking they will say it w/o u.

N = M
like Ganbatte it was Pronounced as Gambatte
Senpai= Sempai

and so on....

when Japanese Speak English

their R becomes L

Racquet=Lacquet-o

so on....

haha! just saying.... I know you know this


I thought it was L becomes R
like Emily=Emiry
Just saying
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neowoofer_animelover wrote:


kaybibi wrote:


Just wondering, do you pronounce the words the way they are spelt or do they sound different when you speak it?


well just that When they Pronounce a word is not.... like

Desu = Des
+++++ if there are 'su' in the last sentence they are talking they will say it w/o u.

N = M
like Ganbatte it was Pronounced as Gambatte
Senpai= Sempai

and so on....

when Japanese Speak English

their R becomes L

Racquet=Lacquet-o

so on....

haha! just saying.... I know you know this


I thought it was L becomes R
like Emily=Emiry
Just saying


Well it really depends.... but same goes to there
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Posted 7/16/08
how to say "like" "are" "doing" "very much" "only"

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Posted 7/16/08
is sugoi & nee only for girls while sugei and naa is only for guys
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can i ask what's the meaning of "daisuki dayuo"..?? or is it spelled 'dayou'?? .. n_n..
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Posted 7/18/08

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can i ask what's the meaning of "daisuki dayuo"..?? or is it spelled 'dayou'?? .. n_n..


It means "I Like You Very Much" and its "Da-yo[dayo]" but pronounced as Dayou... it really depends...

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Posted 7/18/08

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is sugoi & nee only for girls while sugei and naa is only for guys


In Japanese,there are many homonyms.
I can not correctly tell if I do not know your context.
But...
"Nee" might be mainly used by girls.
And "Naa" might be used maily by boys.
"Naa" is more rude than "Nee".
When a girl say "Nee Atashi no koto suki?(Please listen to me! Do you love me?),a boy might say "Naa,Ore no koto suki ka?.
"Sugei(or Sugee)" is more rude than "Sugoi".
Long time ago,girls did not say "Sugoi" and "Sugee".
They said "Totemo".
And now,young girls(teen) say "Sugei".It might be sound cute.
But it is bad-looking that an adult woman say "Sugei".
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Posted 7/18/08

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how to say "like" "are" "doing" "very much" "only"

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Like is "Suki" or "no youna".
I like to read books(Watashi wa hon wo yomu koto ga suki desu).
I can not talk like him(Watashi wa kare no youni hanase-nai).

Are is "desu" or "iru/aru".
You are cute(Anata wa kawaii desu).
There are books on the table(Tukue no ue ni hon ga aru).

Doing is "Shiteiru".
What are you doing?(Anata waxnani wo shiteiru no desu ka)

Very much is "totemo"(or Sugoku).
You love him very much(Anata wa kare wo totemo ai-shiteiru).

Only is "dake".
I need ......only you(Watashi ni wa anata dake ga hitsuyou nano).
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Posted 7/19/08
how to say "mango" "strawberry" "watermelon" "banana" "grape" I like you to be ur girlfriend" I like you to be my boyfriend"
"sercret"

ty neowoofer_anime^^

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anyone know what this means in english?

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Posted 7/19/08

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anyone know what this means in english?




I think it has to do something with war......

It could be:

ぶうん = the fortunes of war


ぶうぶう = grumbling; complaining


ぶうんちょうきゅう = continued luck in the fortunes of war
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Posted 7/20/08

hayo0o wrote:

for all of you that want to know more about japanese , just ask what ever you want here , and hope it will help you


^__^ ^__^

soo ...

how do you say this in japanese ??

i hate this darn freaking life
hi !! welcome to my profile ...
i wish i was not like this ..
how i wanted that i was never born ..



its for my friend ..
she says she want to know ... ^__^
she wont go and make a profile here ...
so she asked me instead .. ^_^

hope its fine ..
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