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Posted 7/25/08

akai09 wrote:

oh so sweet...
what does this mean
minna
give atleast 3 example for each conversation
hehe a -re no nihonggo wa wakarimasen..


lols dewa soshite......
minna-means everyone, everybody

example:
1. Ja minna, kore kara hajimemashite!
well everyone, this is the beginning!
2. minna, kitte kudasai!
everyone, please listen!
3. damedayo minna!

but sometimes i dont quite understand others using "minna-san" or "minna-sa" or whatever. if anyone knows anything about this please tell us ^____________^
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akai09 wrote:

oh...hajimashite..
hehe this is the way i present my self...dunno if it is right..


watashiwa wa akai( MOMO ) hayakawa desu..( Jyu nana )
yoroshiku oegai - shimasu
nihongo wa amari wakaranai desu.
eigo wa deki masu
moshi eigo wakaranai oshiete-masu
sono kaeri nihonggo oshitte kudasai


akai-san, anata no nihonggo wa kanpeki desu!

but you have to sometimes use complete words if you want others to understand cuz some are not as good as you.

watashi no namae wa akai hayakawa desu! Jyu nanasai!
yoroshiku onegai shimasu.(you can actually use-hajime mashite-nice to meet you)
eigo wa dekimasu
moshi eigo wakaranai tte oshiete onegai shimasu
translate:
my name is akai hayakawa. 17/14 years old
please take care of me!
i dont understand japanese very much
i know english
if i dont understand english please teach me
that in return please teach me japanese!

some of the words are missing and hard to understand if your a newbie but your pretty good!
good job
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Posted 7/25/08
I think they put -san at the end of minna just to show kindness maybe...^-^
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Posted 7/26/08

haruhidaijo wrote:


akai09 wrote:

oh...hajimashite..
hehe this is the way i present my self...dunno if it is right..


watashiwa wa akai( MOMO ) hayakawa desu..( Jyu nana )
yoroshiku oegai - shimasu
nihongo wa amari wakaranai desu.
eigo wa deki masu
moshi eigo wakaranai oshiete-masu
sono kaeri nihonggo oshitte kudasai


akai-san, anata no nihonggo wa kanpeki desu!

but you have to sometimes use complete words if you want others to understand cuz some are not as good as you.

watashi no namae wa akai hayakawa desu! Jyu nanasai!
yoroshiku onegai shimasu.(you can actually use-hajime mashite-nice to meet you)
eigo wa dekimasu
moshi eigo wakaranai tte oshiete onegai shimasu
translate:
my name is akai hayakawa. 17/14 years old
please take care of me!
i dont understand japanese very much
i know english
if i dont understand english please teach me
that in return please teach me japanese!

some of the words are missing and hard to understand if your a newbie but your pretty good!
good job


jyu nana mean exactly 17 years old///
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Posted 7/26/08
well thats the proper way to introduce in ramanji
specially my father teach that..cause it's not kansai by way..
i knew nagoyan accent
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Posted 7/26/08 , edited 7/26/08

akai09 wrote:

well thats the proper way to introduce in ramanji
specially my father teach that..cause it's not kansai by way..
i knew nagoyan accent


lols- like "kangai na-kya" XD
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I think they put -san at the end of minna just to show kindness maybe...^-^


san means-Mr. Ms. and its a sign of formality to a person your delivering it to.
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hello~..mE new here..XD..
yura's..PRESENT!!..XD...
sensei~..can i be a student here~..? ..XD
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haruhidaijo wrote:

san means-Mr. Ms. and its a sign of formality to a person your delivering it to.


so that's why it is..
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hi inverse~...
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hi there Yura-chan I'll be sleeping later on...so ja ne~
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ja ne~..oyasumi~..mE sleepy too...~..=,=
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Inverse_Gal wrote:


haruhidaijo wrote:

san means-Mr. Ms. and its a sign of formality to a person your delivering it to.


so that's why it is..


i think our sensei explain bit ahm..demo hanbun desho ...( incomplete)
Examples of using san..
( calling one person san in japan especially elder to you or some that is higher rank than you is disrespecting...)
okaSAN - Addresing your own mother
otoSAN/ otoSAMA - addressing your own father
Sobo - talking about ones grandmother ( example : your sobo is good in cooking rice cake)
obaSAN - addressing your own grandmother
Sofu - talking to ones grandfather ( Example - mr.hanagami's sofu have a great hand in crafting wood)
OjiiSAN - ones own grandfathers affection
ojiSAN - Refers to one's uncle
ObaSAN - refers to one's aunt
ane - own older sister
amatou - younger sister
Onesan - addrresing directly to your sister
ani - own elder brother
Oniisan - addressing your own brother
kanai - one's own wife
okuSAN - addressing directly to someone else wife
Tsuma - indicate female spouse
Shujin - own husband
Goshujin - one's own husband when talking to other
otto - indicate male spouse

when using minna-san
it refers you talk him/her several times
like minna-san momo kawaii desho ne...
minna-san sometimes use if you dont know what is her name
gosh i all remember my teachers lessons..
thats all the proper way to addressing
use (SAN) - like akai-san ( if you have same level)
use (SAMA) if he/she supirior than you...

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Posted 7/26/08

akai09 wrote:

i think our sensei explain bit ahm..demo hanbun desho ...( incomplete)
Examples of using san..
( calling one person san in japan especially elder to you or some that is higher rank than you is disrespecting...)
okaSAN - Addresing your own mother
otoSAN/ otoSAMA - addressing your own father
Sobo - talking about ones grandmother ( example : your sobo is good in cooking rice cake)
obaSAN - addressing your own grandmother
Sofu - talking to ones grandfather ( Example - mr.hanagami's sofu have a great hand in crafting wood)
OjiiSAN - ones own grandfathers affection
ojiSAN - Refers to one's uncle
ObaSAN - refers to one's aunt
ane - own older sister
amatou - younger sister
Onesan - addrresing directly to your sister
ani - own elder brother
Oniisan - addressing your own brother
kanai - one's own wife
okuSAN - addressing directly to someone else wife
Tsuma - indicate female spouse
Shujin - own husband
Goshujin - one's own husband when talking to other
otto - indicate male spouse

when using minna-san
it refers you talk him/her several times
like minna-san momo kawaii desho ne...
minna-san sometimes use if you dont know what is her name
gosh i all remember my teachers lessons..
thats all the proper way to addressing
use (SAN) - like akai-san ( if you have same level)
use (SAMA) if he/she supirior than you...



oh so now I know what it means..thanks
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i wish someone wiill teach us...realism sketch...***WOW***
It would be so cool!!
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