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yare...yare, yappari, Ginpachi-sensei wa baka ne~

(can 'ne' be use here?)
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Posted 8/1/08

Katsura_Kotarou wrote:


Fruitspunchsamurai wrote:
3.Ore wa Katsura


I don't quite understand this bit though....isn't a 'da' needed at the end of the sentence?


(sorry, kinda thick)


I think you omit it because he is talking about his name.
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bikurishta!!! zura sensei hontouni sugoi dess!!!

i always envy people who can understand multiple language. it such a huge barrier when u cant communicate well with others, it such a disadvantage. well it makes ur world smaller.

so please help me to expand my world by proceed to lesson c ^_^ onegaishimas, zura sensei.
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hai hai yaruzo....
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Musashi_like_person wrote:


Katsura_Kotarou wrote:


Fruitspunchsamurai wrote:
3.Ore wa Katsura


I don't quite understand this bit though....isn't a 'da' needed at the end of the sentence?


(sorry, kinda thick)


I think you omit it because he is talking about his name.


Oh okay, thank you!
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Now that you understan kore, sore, are and dore... ON TO LESSON C

Lesson C

Today we shall work on demonstrating possession!

The particle "no" demonstrates that the trait or object is owned by or belongs to the object in front of the particle.

Kore wa ore no justaway da.

Possessor ________Object/trait that is owned

This statement shows that The Justaway belongs to the word preceding the "no" particle which means "I" the meaning then becomes "this is my justaway..."

NEW VOCAB

Tomodachi = friend

Kanojo= She or girlfriend

Kare= he or boyfriend

Kyoushi= teacher

Jugyou= class, classwork or lesson

Kyouran= Madness, frenzy, insanity

Baka= idiot

Yatsu= Guy

Yasashii= easy

Umai= Delicious

Mazui= Disgusting (as in food.)

Alright now we are going to use this new structure to make new sentences demonstrating possession.

Now I'm going to give Japanese sentences, and then you give me some sentences using this structure.(NOTE REMEMBER: the object before the "no" particle is always the possessor and after the "no" particle is what is owned)

Tell me what you think these sentences mean:

1. Ore wa Kyouran no Kyoushi da.

2. Gintoki wa Sa-chan no "Love Toy" da. (*evil laugh*)

3. Kagura wa Gintoki no tomodachi da.

4. Hjikata no Mayonnaise wa mazui da.

Now English to Japanese

1. Katsura's lesson is easy.

2.That Gintoki guy is an idiot. *tricky but try*

3. Minami-chan is my girlfriend.

4.Matsuko's ramen is delicious.
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Katsura_Kotarou wrote:

yare...yare, yappari, Ginpachi-sensei wa baka ne~

(can 'ne' be use here?) :blink:


"Nee or ne~ " can be used if you are trying to ask someone if they agree, we call this consultative particle. so if you're asking me if Gintoki is an idiot...

Sou da yo, Gintoki hontou ni baka da yo.

(NOTE for MY sentence here:The topic is already established with your use of wa, and the subject has not changed, therefore wa and ga particle is not needed in my sentence I'm explaining this prematurely so no one gets confused...)
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Fruitspunchsamurai wrote:

Now that you understan kore, sore, are and dore... ON TO LESSON C

Lesson C

Today we shall work on demonstrating possession!

The particle "no" demonstrates that the trait or object is owned by or belongs to the object in front of the particle.

Kore wa ore no justaway da.

Possessor ________Object/trait that is owned

This statement shows that The Justaway belongs to the word preceding the "no" particle which means "I" the meaning then becomes "this is my justaway..."

NEW VOCAB

Tomodachi = friend

Kanojo= She or girlfriend

Kare= he or boyfriend

Kyoushi= teacher

Jugyou= class, classwork or lesson

Kyouran= Madness, frenzy, insanity

Baka= idiot

Yatsu= Guy

Yasashii= easy

Umai= Delicious

Mazui= Disgusting (as in food.)

Alright now we are going to use this new structure to make new sentences demonstrating possession.

Now I'm going to give Japanese sentences, and then you give me some sentences using this structure.(NOTE REMEMBER: the object before the "no" particle is always the possessor and after the "no" particle is what is owned)

Tell me what you think these sentences mean:

1. Ore wa Kyouran no Kyoushi da.

2. Gintoki wa Sa-chan no "Love Toy" da. (*evil laugh*)

3. Kagura wa Gintoki no tomodachi da.

4. Hjikata no Mayonnaise wa mazui da.

Now English to Japanese

1. Katsura's lesson is easy.

2.That Gintoki guy is an idiot. *tricky but try*

3. Minami-chan is my girlfriend.

4.Matsuko's ramen is delicious.




1] I am the Teacher of Madness. {Nobleman of Madness. xD. NOM}
2] Gintoki is Sa-chan's love toy.
3] Kagura is Gintoki's friend.
4] Hijikata's mayonnaise is disgusting.

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1] Kasura no jugyou wa yasashii. {i thought yasashii meant gentle}
2]Gintoki no yatsu wa baka da.
3] Ore no kanojo wa Minami-chan. {HONTO?!?!?!?! Zura-sensei has a girlfriend named Miniami-chan?}
4] Matsuko no ramen wa umai desu.

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de...how did i do?
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WOULD YOU ALL STOP USING ME AS AN EXAMPLE~!?!?????
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Ginpachi-Sensei wrote:

WOULD YOU ALL STOP USING ME AS AN EXAMPLE~!?!?????


Sensei, how about this....


Katsura wa "M" da.
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usagi_chiba06 wrote:


1] I am the Teacher of Madness. {Nobleman of Madness. xD. NOM}
2] Gintoki is Sa-chan's love toy.
3] Kagura is Gintoki's friend.
4] Hijikata's mayonnaise is disgusting.

1] Kasura no jugyou wa yasashii. {i thought yasashii meant gentle}


It does, it also means easy, plain, and simple. This is a case of the EVIL Kanji differentiation. Yasashii as in gentle(優しい) and affectionate is a different Kanji from Yasashii easy(易しい). They are however pronounced the same in romanji and hiragana.


2]Gintoki no yatsu wa baka da.
3] Ore no kanojo wa Minami-chan. {HONTO?!?!?!?! Zura-sensei has a girlfriend named Miniami-chan?}


CHIGAU DA YO! KORE WA EXERCISE DA! Kanojo ga arumai zo!


4] Matsuko no ramen wa umai desu.
<<Why use desu here and da ^^there? Stick to direct for now. Use da...we'll get to desu...

Rather well, but you switched from da to desu, try keeping it constant unless you are talking to someone different.
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kutabare, Zura.
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Zura ja nai Katsura da!
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Ushi no chichi o shiboru
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