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Have you ever tried learning to write in Japanese?
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Posted 9/3/08 , edited 9/3/08
korean is easy.. i've already learned all the hangul alfabet, now i'm trying to learn mandarin... I love chinese language, is so beatiful and highly expressive though is pretty hard to study it.. but i'll not give up.. ( i hope)¬¬'
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Yep! I learned the hiragana and most of the katakana.
Now I'm on kanji and I memorized only 30 of them though...
But its fun to learn!!~♥
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Posted 9/3/08
haha yeah my friend took jap classes and i looked off her notes, she had hiragana only though >o< i managed to master it in that class period but i was too lazy to look up katakana until a few months ago though x3 im still not getting kanji though ><...so inefficient =_=;;
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Posted 9/3/08
its hard
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Posted 9/4/08
Hiragana and Katakana are easy. Though I'm still learning kanji D:
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Posted 9/4/08
I memorized most of the Katakana already. Trying to squeeze in Hiragana before schoolwork really starts to kick in.
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Posted 9/4/08 , edited 9/4/08

dbsk_initial wrote:

lols.. i tried learning.. but i totally dun
get what's the difference between
hiragana, katakana, kanji and romanji..



Kanji = Traditional Chinese characters (aka Hanzi)

Hiragana = Characters based on cursive Hanzi/Kanji script.

Katakana = Characters developed from Kanji as a shorthand, and also in order to represent phrases in the Japanese language not easily expressible or present in written Hanzi.

Romanji = Latin characters used in Japanese (hence Roman-ji)
Posted 9/4/08

dbsk_initial wrote:

lols.. i tried learning.. but i totally dun
get what's the difference between
hiragana, katakana, kanji and romanji..


Hiragana/Kanji is for japanese words.
Katakana is for foreign words.
Romanji is just the english letters..
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Posted 9/5/08
Yes, I remember, but it's too hard.
Posted 9/5/08
patience is a virtue!
lol!

to all learning to write hiragana and katakana...
ganbatte!!!
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yes, i know hiragana...
i get confused in katakana...
it's hard to learn kanji
because it's so many and has different strokes...

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yup I've mastered it! Hira and Kana!! But not kanji yet (similar to chinese, confusing...)
all I have to do now is to write some actual words/sentences lol
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i'm learning it in school next semester
cant wait =)
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Posted 9/5/08
i can only write every in Hiragana and Katakana but Kanji is WAY to hard : /
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Posted 9/5/08 , edited 9/5/08
I've memorized hiraganas but I still can't remember even half of the katakanas.

And kanjis... they're so hard! I'll be lucky if I can just memorize 50 of them someday.
Now I just know 'day', 'month' and some numbers.

But I'm taking Chinese lessons, too, so maybe it'll help me with my kanji problem
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