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Posted 10/30/08

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animefangirl20 wrote:

your not a burden. Some things I probably cant do that you could. People got their weaknesses. The more time you take to learn I'm sure things will get better for you!! :)


aah! arigato!!
soda...I'll really try to learn good! thnx SO much for all the help you're offering.
I'll leave yall to it then! Don't worry...i'll prolly be back to bother yall with more questions later!!

ja, ne~


lol ok
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Posted 10/30/08

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No way~` Don't be I'm just here to help. I do speak Nihongo, but I gotta say, teaching is a bit hard. Because I can't really teach the grammars and so on, I guess my way is teaching straight from English to casually having an everyday conversation in Japanese.^^

You'll learn soon. Ganbatte naa?



aah! arigato! ^__^
wow, where are you japanese?? is that how you know japanese so well?!?!?!
well, yeah...i get what you're sayin..the difference between knowing a language and teaching it are very different.

I'm trying my best to learn...but i can't say im a good pupil!

ja,ne~


Un! Maa maa~
Hnnn maa~ anou, I can't say I'm Japanese, but I can't say I'm not Japanese either. But yes, I do know Nihongo. I guess because the people I'm with all speaks Japanese and well, one gotta know Japanese o live in Japan, right?

I think you're good enough. A good student isn't someone who knows all the things the teacher says in one try, I think it's more on how the student really wants to learn and how determined she/he is. So I think you're a good pupil. Keep it up

I'll help as much as I can. Here's little something to help. I'll explain some things for you, okay?
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NA and NO

For example:

Itazura na kiss would translate to mischievous kiss

however if you make "na" to "no" itazura no kiss (this becomes weird but, never mind that)
it would translate to mischief's kiss . Are you getting it so far?

Another example:

Daisuki NA hito is the person I love

atashi NO mono is my thing

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NA makes something something
and NO makes something that somethings' thing. Ummm....tell me if you didn't get any of this. I'll try to explain better.
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Posted 10/31/08

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oh, wakatta. so you're like half japanese, ne?! ^^ nice, i've always wanted to go to japan!

arigato for all your help! ^___^ I'll be the BEST pupil I can be!!

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AAAH!!! Wakatta!!!
omg..that's very interesting, arigato for the help! i'll keep that in mind!! ^__^
so...no is used for something belonging to something. and na would be for....something that a person is referring to??
wakarimasu!! ^__^ ...i think....
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Posted 10/31/08

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na wouldn't be just for referring. It's what a person or a thing is. kiree na onna =pretty woman and mabushii na me= bright eyes. Here's a sentence having both na and no

→ Atashi no daisuki na hito wa, Kyo desu~♥ = The person I love (na connects person and I love) is Kyo. (Another translation concerning no) My(atashi no) beloved person (daisukinahito) is Kyo.
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If we're done with no and na, then I wouldn't mind explaining the use of ni, o, wa, ga and to Atlhougt they are really hard to explain.^^ Just lemme know. I hope it helps a little.
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Posted 11/1/08

Ryuniko wrote:
na wouldn't be just for referring. It's what a person or a thing is. kiree na onna =pretty woman and mabushii na me= bright eyes. Here's a sentence having both na and no

→ Atashi no daisuki na hito wa, Kyo desu~♥ = The person I love (na connects person and I love) is Kyo. (Another translation concerning no) My(atashi no) beloved person (daisukinahito) is Kyo.
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If we're done with no and na, then I wouldn't mind explaining the use of ni, o, wa, ga and to Atlhougt they are really hard to explain.^^ Just lemme know. I hope it helps a little.


aaaah!!! YAY! i think...im finally getting it!!
i think... so....na would be a referrer, and also a filler?? kinda addin on, but also fillin in the gaps??
hmm...yea! i think i get it!! ^____^ IF...that's how it is....
arigato gazaimasu for all your help! *bows*
umm, oh! one question....would i pronounce atashi as...'atashi' or...'Watashi'?? cuz, i went on this one website that teaches japanese and, they were spellin and pronouncin it watashi. just wanted to know cuz..i don't wana be pronoucin wrong!!

oh! i'd LOVE to learn the use ni, o, wa, ga, and to!!!
thank you SOOO VERY MUCH for ALL YOUR HELP!!! =*) it really means alot!!
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Posted 11/1/08

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Ryuniko wrote:
na wouldn't be just for referring. It's what a person or a thing is. kiree na onna =pretty woman and mabushii na me= bright eyes. Here's a sentence having both na and no

→ Atashi no daisuki na hito wa, Kyo desu~♥ = The person I love (na connects person and I love) is Kyo. (Another translation concerning no) My(atashi no) beloved person (daisukinahito) is Kyo.
______________
If we're done with no and na, then I wouldn't mind explaining the use of ni, o, wa, ga and to Atlhougt they are really hard to explain.^^ Just lemme know. I hope it helps a little.


aaaah!!! YAY! i think...im finally getting it!!
i think... so....na would be a referrer, and also a filler?? kinda addin on, but also fillin in the gaps??
hmm...yea! i think i get it!! ^____^ IF...that's how it is....
arigato gazaimasu for all your help! *bows*
umm, oh! one question....would i pronounce atashi as...'atashi' or...'Watashi'?? cuz, i went on this one website that teaches japanese and, they were spellin and pronouncin it watashi. just wanted to know cuz..i don't wana be pronoucin wrong!!

oh! i'd LOVE to learn the use ni, o, wa, ga, and to!!!
thank you SOOO VERY MUCH for ALL YOUR HELP!!! =*) it really means alot!!


Atashi is like ore~`

Ore= casual "i" mostly known to be the impolite term for "i" used only by men.

Atashi=this is just like ore, however, it isn't impolite but plain casual. This is also only used my women.

Watashi=this, however, is used by both gender as the polite way. Although men mostly uses "boku=i" to be polite. This is also okay.^^ Both for man and woman.

So about the uses of those~` I'll post it when I think about a good way to explain them ,okay?


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hey i heard that there's a movie call "the sinking of japan" and my geography teacher say japan will really sink. i wonder if its true = ='' ...i hope not *praying*
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Posted 11/12/08

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Atashi is like ore~`

Ore= casual "i" mostly known to be the impolite term for "i" used only by men.

Atashi=this is just like ore, however, it isn't impolite but plain casual. This is also only used my women.

Watashi=this, however, is used by both gender as the polite way. Although men mostly uses "boku=i" to be polite. This is also okay.^^ Both for man and woman.

So about the uses of those~` I'll post it when I think about a good way to explain them ,okay?




AAAHH!!! GOMENASI!!! TT_____TT
I didn't even know you had quoted my post!!! *dies* I just came here to see if anything had changed!!! BAKA CR!!! They NEVER tell me if my post is quoted or now so... I end up never knowing unless I come to the forum!!!

arigato gazaimshta for all you help!! ^___^ It's really useful AND understandable!!
so....it wouldn't make a difference if I was to say atashi or watashi, ne??
arigato!!
take you time to explain! I don't want to force you! And if you think you can't explain them, or just don't want to...tell me and I'll be fine!!
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hey i heard that there's a movie call "the sinking of japan" and my geography teacher say japan will really sink. i wonder if its true = ='' ...i hope not *praying*


Half of Japan will sink in time, that's true. But at least Japan wouldn't be the first to go. The first in line of going under the abyss is New York and Florida, then comes the countries northwestern of the European, then finally...it's byebye to our beloved TOKYO!

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Posted 11/12/08

anathin wrote:


Ryuniko wrote:


Atashi is like ore~`

Ore= casual "i" mostly known to be the impolite term for "i" used only by men.

Atashi=this is just like ore, however, it isn't impolite but plain casual. This is also only used my women.

Watashi=this, however, is used by both gender as the polite way. Although men mostly uses "boku=i" to be polite. This is also okay.^^ Both for man and woman.

So about the uses of those~` I'll post it when I think about a good way to explain them ,okay?




AAAHH!!! GOMENASI!!! TT_____TT
I didn't even know you had quoted my post!!! *dies* I just came here to see if anything had changed!!! BAKA CR!!! They NEVER tell me if my post is quoted or now so... I end up never knowing unless I come to the forum!!!

arigato gazaimshta for all you help!! ^___^ It's really useful AND understandable!!
so....it wouldn't make a difference if I was to say atashi or watashi, ne??
arigato!!
take you time to explain! I don't want to force you! And if you think you can't explain them, or just don't want to...tell me and I'll be fine!!


No problem~` Only I thought what I just told you was like--totally useless that you'd rather not have a conversation with me Hehehe~` Right now I'm really busy with the second semester so, I won't be here as often as I use to.
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Posted 11/13/08

Ryuniko wrote:


shinki7 wrote:

hey i heard that there's a movie call "the sinking of japan" and my geography teacher say japan will really sink. i wonder if its true = ='' ...i hope not *praying*


Half of Japan will sink in time, that's true. But at least Japan wouldn't be the first to go. The first in line of going under the abyss is New York and Florida, then comes the countries northwestern of the European, then finally...it's byebye to our beloved TOKYO!



I hope my country(singapore) wont sink...
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Posted 11/13/08

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No problem~` Only I thought what I just told you was like--totally useless that you'd rather not have a conversation with me Hehehe~` Right now I'm really busy with the second semester so, I won't be here as often as I use to.


NO WAY!!!! EVERY bit of information I can get on how to improve my Japanese is the GREATEST help to me!!! Thnx sooo much for all your help! ^^
lol, don't worry about it, wish you the best of luck on your studies!!!
don't rush yourself!!

"ja, ne~"
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Posted 1/11/09

anathin wrote:


Ryuniko wrote:

No problem~` Only I thought what I just told you was like--totally useless that you'd rather not have a conversation with me Hehehe~` Right now I'm really busy with the second semester so, I won't be here as often as I use to.


NO WAY!!!! EVERY bit of information I can get on how to improve my Japanese is the GREATEST help to me!!! Thnx sooo much for all your help! ^^
lol, don't worry about it, wish you the best of luck on your studies!!!
don't rush yourself!!

"ja, ne~"


Hey there~ isashiburi da nee?
How's your Nihongo coming along?

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Ryuniko wrote:

Hey there~ isashiburi da nee?
How's your Nihongo coming along?



YO!!!!
hai! sashiburi! ^__^ genki desu ka??
it's goin pretty good!! I've memorised both the hiragana to katakana alphabets!!!
demo.....kanji wa amari kantan janai!
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Posted 1/14/09

anathin wrote:


Ryuniko wrote:

Hey there~ isashiburi da nee?
How's your Nihongo coming along?



YO!!!!
hai! sashiburi! ^__^ genki desu ka??
it's goin pretty good!! I've memorised both the hiragana to katakana alphabets!!!
demo.....kanji wa amari kantan janai!


Honto~ youkatta ja ne ka, eh?
Ii zo~ kono mama de IKE Hehehe~

Ahhh~ genki da^^ Omae ga dou? Genki?

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