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Then...I'll give some phrases

I can't say it's my favorite but, I tend to say this a lot.
Nan ya nen?! (Nande ya nen? [Kansai-ben])
What the hell? What the... What is that? Why is that?

Ahou ka omae?! (Kansai-ben)
Are you an idiot? Are you stupid?

Kusso mendokuse~
Damn troublesome...

Ahh! But maybe this could help you more. I'll write down many ways to say I love you to someone. Take your pick.^^

Aishiteru (you can add "yo" or "ze" at the end)

Suki (This is plain "like". However, with just this word not even meaning "love" you can tell someone you love him/her. Just blurt it out, "suki". If, however, you find it too short, then add "da" or "da yo" at the end which would make it "suki da". Literally this would mean "it's like", however usually when told to someone [in which the two person both knows the subject/topic] it would be "i love you" if translated.)

Ore, omae no koto ga suki da (This is "I love you" Literally it would be "I...about you, like." Haha! Or something like that. Basically the sentence mean that the guy feels "like" about the girl, the like is turn love tho') Here are the many other ways to say that.
MALE> Ore/boku/watakushi/watashi, omae/anta/anata no koto, suki da/desu
FEMALE> Atashi/watashi/watakushi/, omae/anta/anata/ no koto, suki da/desu
Note: This sentence can also be used without having to use "ore/atashi/watashi ect."

THAT'S IT FOR NOW~ Arigatou!
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Ryuniko wrote:

Then...I'll give some phrases

I can't say it's my favorite but, I tend to say this a lot.
Nan ya nen?! (Nande ya nen? [Kansai-ben])
What the hell? What the... What is that? Why is that?

Ahou ka omae?! (Kansai-ben)
Are you an idiot? Are you stupid?

Kusso mendokuse~
Damn troublesome...

Ahh! But maybe this could help you more. I'll write down many ways to say I love you to someone. Take your pick.^^

Aishiteru (you can add "yo" or "ze" at the end)

Suki (This is plain "like". However, with just this word not even meaning "love" you can tell someone you love him/her. Just blurt it out, "suki". If, however, you find it too short, then add "da" or "da yo" at the end which would make it "suki da". Literally this would mean "it's like", however usually when told to someone [in which the two person both knows the subject/topic] it would be "i love you" if translated.)

Ore, omae no koto ga suki da (This is "I love you" Literally it would be "I...about you, like." Haha! Or something like that. Basically the sentence mean that the guy feels "like" about the girl, the like is turn love tho') Here are the many other ways to say that.
MALE> Ore/boku/watakushi/watashi, omae/anta/anata no koto, suki da/desu
FEMALE> Atashi/watashi/watakushi/, omae/anta/anata/ no koto, suki da/desu
Note: This sentence can also be used without having to use "ore/atashi/watashi ect."

THAT'S IT FOR NOW~ Arigatou!


Aa thanks for sharing ^_^
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Ryuniko wrote:

Then...I'll give some phrases

I can't say it's my favorite but, I tend to say this a lot.
Nan ya nen?! (Nande ya nen? [Kansai-ben])
What the hell? What the... What is that? Why is that?

Ahou ka omae?! (Kansai-ben)
Are you an idiot? Are you stupid?

Kusso mendokuse~
Damn troublesome...

Ahh! But maybe this could help you more. I'll write down many ways to say I love you to someone. Take your pick.^^

Aishiteru (you can add "yo" or "ze" at the end)

Suki (This is plain "like". However, with just this word not even meaning "love" you can tell someone you love him/her. Just blurt it out, "suki". If, however, you find it too short, then add "da" or "da yo" at the end which would make it "suki da". Literally this would mean "it's like", however usually when told to someone [in which the two person both knows the subject/topic] it would be "i love you" if translated.)

Ore, omae no koto ga suki da (This is "I love you" Literally it would be "I...about you, like." Haha! Or something like that. Basically the sentence mean that the guy feels "like" about the girl, the like is turn love tho') Here are the many other ways to say that.
MALE> Ore/boku/watakushi/watashi, omae/anta/anata no koto, suki da/desu
FEMALE> Atashi/watashi/watakushi/, omae/anta/anata/ no koto, suki da/desu
Note: This sentence can also be used without having to use "ore/atashi/watashi ect."

THAT'S IT FOR NOW~ Arigatou!


Aa thanks for sharing ^_^


Ahhha~ douzo douzo. Ahh...chotto nee^^ Sorry if that was too common. I'll write more complicated ones when I get the chance. You know, manuscripts keeps me busy these days~`
Ah. Gomen nee? Ja, mata~`^^
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Ryuniko wrote:


shinki7 wrote:


Ryuniko wrote:

Then...I'll give some phrases

I can't say it's my favorite but, I tend to say this a lot.
Nan ya nen?! (Nande ya nen? [Kansai-ben])
What the hell? What the... What is that? Why is that?

Ahou ka omae?! (Kansai-ben)
Are you an idiot? Are you stupid?

Kusso mendokuse~
Damn troublesome...

Ahh! But maybe this could help you more. I'll write down many ways to say I love you to someone. Take your pick.^^

Aishiteru (you can add "yo" or "ze" at the end)

Suki (This is plain "like". However, with just this word not even meaning "love" you can tell someone you love him/her. Just blurt it out, "suki". If, however, you find it too short, then add "da" or "da yo" at the end which would make it "suki da". Literally this would mean "it's like", however usually when told to someone [in which the two person both knows the subject/topic] it would be "i love you" if translated.)

Ore, omae no koto ga suki da (This is "I love you" Literally it would be "I...about you, like." Haha! Or something like that. Basically the sentence mean that the guy feels "like" about the girl, the like is turn love tho') Here are the many other ways to say that.
MALE> Ore/boku/watakushi/watashi, omae/anta/anata no koto, suki da/desu
FEMALE> Atashi/watashi/watakushi/, omae/anta/anata/ no koto, suki da/desu
Note: This sentence can also be used without having to use "ore/atashi/watashi ect."

THAT'S IT FOR NOW~ Arigatou!


Aa thanks for sharing ^_^


Ahhha~ douzo douzo. Ahh...chotto nee^^ Sorry if that was too common. I'll write more complicated ones when I get the chance. You know, manuscripts keeps me busy these days~`
Ah. Gomen nee? Ja, mata~`^^


teehee its okaii ^_^ please write more when u are free neh~
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Posted 10/19/08 , edited 10/19/08
konnichiwa-good afternoon / hi
こんにちは
今日は

konbanwa-good evening
こんばんは
今晩は

ohayoo-good morning
おはよう
お早う
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kiajun wrote:

konnichiwa-good afternoon / hi
こんにちは
今日は

konbanwa-good evening
こんばんは
今晩は

ohayoo-good morning
おはよう
お早う


sugoi~ u learning how to write alr?
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yup !~~~~~~~~~
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yup !~~~~~~~~~


O.o last time i oso like dat...but i tink shld learn how to speak first...
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well..I just checked out the website you put up...thnx a million shinki7!!!

and I learnt today:

Onna.
women

Otoko.
man

Onna no ko.
girl

Otoko no ko.
boy



Watashi wa seiga takai desu.
I am tall.

Boku wa sega hukui desu.
I am small/short.

Watashi wa futotte imasu.
I am fat!

Watashi wa yasite imasu.
I am slim.

Hope I could be of some help! and arigatoo gasaimastah for all yalls help!! ^____^
ja, ne~

Did I do it properly??? gomen! I'm just trying to learn!!
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well..I just checked out the website you put up...thnx a million shinki7!!!

and I learnt today:

Onna no hito.
women

Onna no ko.
girl

Otoko no hito.
man

Otoko no ko.
boy

Watashi wa seiga takai desu.
I am tall.

Boku wa sega hukui desu.
I am small/short.

Watashi wa futotte imasu.
I am fat!

Watashi wa yasite imasu.
I am slim.

Hope I could be of some help! and arigatoo gasaimastah for all yalls help!! ^____^
ja, ne~


Nanka...sore...chau... Chotto dake. Onna no hito or Otoko no hito would be "male person" or "female person"...right? Because woman or man would simple be "onna" and "otoko".

Anou...I'm not being mean but, I think if one only wants to be able to talk to a Japanese person or get by in Japan, I think simple sentences would be easier for that person. Of course formal/polite ones are good but, wouldn't it be better to start in simple constructions of sentence then advance to the proper and polite ones.

Ahh! That's just me tho', personal opinion. Gomen nee?
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Nanka...sore...chau... Chotto dake. Onna no hito or Otoko no hito would be "male person" or "female person"...right? Because woman or man would simple be "onna" and "otoko".

Anou...I'm not being mean but, I think if one only wants to be able to talk to a Japanese person or get by in Japan, I think simple sentences would be easier for that person. Of course formal/polite ones are good but, wouldn't it be better to start in simple constructions of sentence then advance to the proper and polite ones.

Ahh! That's just me tho', personal opinion. Gomen nee?


AAAH!!!

gomen! lol...I don't know!! TT____TT
I put just what the site said....but yes! you're soo right! ^__^ We should DEFINITELY learn how to TALK with people instead of learning each word individually...might make mistakes that way, ne?

arigatoo! I'll go check it out again!

lol...I'm sooo clueless when it comes to japanese!! *dies*
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Ryuniko wrote:

Nanka...sore...chau... Chotto dake. Onna no hito or Otoko no hito would be "male person" or "female person"...right? Because woman or man would simple be "onna" and "otoko".

Anou...I'm not being mean but, I think if one only wants to be able to talk to a Japanese person or get by in Japan, I think simple sentences would be easier for that person. Of course formal/polite ones are good but, wouldn't it be better to start in simple constructions of sentence then advance to the proper and polite ones.

Ahh! That's just me tho', personal opinion. Gomen nee?


AAAH!!!

gomen! lol...I don't know!! TT____TT
I put just what the site said....but yes! you're soo right! ^__^ We should DEFINITELY learn how to TALK with people instead of learning each word individually...might make mistakes that way, ne?

arigatoo! I'll go check it out again!

lol...I'm sooo clueless when it comes to japanese!! *dies*


Un, sou sou~` You know what really helps? Keep watching Japanese TV shows like HEYx3, Utaban, Premium, Domoto Kyoudai and such, it really helps in understanding Nihongo more. Like the in-depth way to do so. When you watched about 50 of them and try to follow the conversation, you won't even have to know the meaning of a certain phrase to say them. Then after, when you go to study it be like "Oh, I know this already."

Some tips. Anime workds better than shows tho'^^
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Un, sou sou~` You know what really helps? Keep watching Japanese TV shows like HEYx3, Utaban, Premium, Domoto Kyoudai and such, it really helps in understanding Nihongo more. Like the in-depth way to do so. When you watched about 50 of them and try to follow the conversation, you won't even have to know the meaning of a certain phrase to say them. Then after, when you go to study it be like "Oh, I know this already."

Some tips. Anime workds better than shows tho'^^


arigatoo!
I'll for sure try that! ^^ I'm actually at the moment watching anime and stuff...and I see it IS really helping!

gomen...may I ask, what does "un, sou sou" mean?? Just trying to learn!!
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anathin wrote:


Ryuniko wrote:

Un, sou sou~` You know what really helps? Keep watching Japanese TV shows like HEYx3, Utaban, Premium, Domoto Kyoudai and such, it really helps in understanding Nihongo more. Like the in-depth way to do so. When you watched about 50 of them and try to follow the conversation, you won't even have to know the meaning of a certain phrase to say them. Then after, when you go to study it be like "Oh, I know this already."

Some tips. Anime workds better than shows tho'^^


arigatoo!
I'll for sure try that! ^^ I'm actually at the moment watching anime and stuff...and I see it IS really helping!

gomen...may I ask, what does "un, sou sou" mean?? Just trying to learn!!


"Yeah, yes yes..." ^^ XP

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