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Ask what you don't know here.
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Posted 10/21/08
I will help as well
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Posted 10/28/08

Ryuniko wrote:

I'll help Feel free to ask anything.


may i ask what is "jibun" and "jikan" and "shiawase" means?
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Posted 10/28/08

lollipop_gurl wrote:


Ryuniko wrote:

I'll help Feel free to ask anything.


may i ask what is "jibun" and "jikan" and "shiawase" means?


Jibun to jikan to shiawase naa?

Jibun→self/myself/me

Jikan→ ever heard of the phrase "jikan ga nai"? it's "time"

Shiawase→happiness/happy (ureshii means happy too but, could mean thrilled)

Gomen nee? Right now is 2:09 AM! IN THE MORNING! AM! @_@ real sleepy! Oyasumi!

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Ryuniko wrote:

I'll help Feel free to ask anything.


Neh i wonder what is "divide" in japan....
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shinki7 wrote:


Ryuniko wrote:

I'll help Feel free to ask anything.


Neh i wonder what is "divide" in japan....


Just the word divine would be "tenrai" i suppose.,but it's mostly "shinsei na" with "na" connecting the subject to divine. Like "shinsei na hito" would be "a divine person". "Kami no" is sometimes used too.^^
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