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Posted 2/9/08 , edited 2/9/08
can i know how to say i miss u in japanese..n also im missin u too..help me..yoroshiku onegaishimaz...
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Posted 2/9/08 , edited 2/10/08
ohayou gozaimasu - good morning
konnichiwa - good afternoon
konbanwa - good evening
wakarimashita ka? - do you understand
ja ne - see you later
mata ashita - see you tomorrow
honto? - really?
kawaii - cute
kowai - scary
aishiter - i love you
baka -idiot
bakayaro! - you idiot!
konoyaro! - you jerk!
onegai - please
omedetou - congratulations
mitte kudasai - please look
kiite kudasai - please listen
swatte kudasai - please sit
tatte kudasai - please stand
itadakimasu - let's eat
tadaima - let's go
okaasan - mother
oniisan - older brother
oneesan - older sister
otouto - younger brother
imoute - younger sister

okok.. enough for now.. i learned some of this from diff. anime and jap. series.. some are taught by my nihongo teacher in my first year..
Posted 2/9/08 , edited 2/10/08
i thought "Tadaima" means i'm home or something??...


hehehehe...
i learn Japanese by just watching anime...
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Posted 2/9/08 , edited 2/10/08
whoa!!!...
i just read all of the posts!!...

you guys are really freat!!...
you are helping me quite a lot...
doumo...
n_n

ahehehe
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Posted 2/12/08 , edited 2/12/08
urhe!! - Shut up!!
ii desu neh - that's a great idea
yokoso (yohh-koh-soh) - welcome!!
Sono tori (soh-noh tohh-ree: You're absoultely right
shinpai shainaide - Don't worry
makasete - count me on!!
wakarimasen - i don understand
dame - you're not allowed to do that or thats bad

so so (sohh sohh) you're right
zen zen - not at all or it was nothing

the ones in red i not very sure...but should be...lol
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Posted 2/12/08 , edited 2/12/08

eternal_bliss wrote:

Random
Sukoshi wakarimasu-I know a little
Ohaiyo gazaimasu-Good morning
Anata wo suki desu-I like you
Domo arigato gozaimasu-Thank you very much
Numbers and time
ichi-one
ni-two
san-three
shi-four
go-five
roku-six
shichi-seven
hachi-eight
ku-nine
ju-ten
(add -ji to all to tell time! ex-ichi-ji is 1 o'clock)
Nan-ji desu ka?-What time is it?
Ichi-ji desu.-It's one o'clock
Go-ji-han desu.-It is five thirty.
Moh ji-kan ga nai desu._I have no more time.
Mada ji-kan ga arimasu ka?-Do we still have time?
Days
Getsuyobi-Monday
Kayobi-Tuesday
Suiyobi-Wednesday
Mokuyobi-Thursday
Kinyobi-Friday
Doyobi-Saturday
Nichiyobi-Sunday
Seasons
Haru-spring
Natsu-summer
Aki-fall
Fuyu-winter
Names
Anata no namae wa nan desu ka?-What is your name?
Myoji wa nan desu ka?-What is your last name?
Dore ga myoji desu ka?-Which one is your family name?
Simple
Donata?-Who?
Donata desu ka?-Who are you?/Who is it?
Nani?-What?
Itsu?-When
Doko?-Where?
Nan desu ka?-What is it?
Common
Hai-Yes
Iie-No(not often used. Japanese contradict by saying the negative sentence)
Arigato gozaimasu-Thank you.
Moshi-moshi-Hello(on phone or for attention)

Okay this may be a lot to absorb if you don't know how to say them so...
I'll be back with the post the pronunciation key later! Above are just some useful everyday phrases! Remember to attach san*/sama/chan on the names!

*San is not just used for Ms. or Mr. or Mrs. Children often call pets -san too.


i know this was written ages ago but it was soooo helpful i can count to TEN!!!!! wow go me.
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Posted 2/15/08 , edited 2/15/08
tnx for helping us!!!!!
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Posted 2/15/08 , edited 2/15/08

peppermil wrote:


eternal_bliss wrote:

Random
Sukoshi wakarimasu-I know a little
Ohaiyo gazaimasu-Good morning
Anata wo suki desu-I like you
Domo arigato gozaimasu-Thank you very much
Numbers and time
ichi-one
ni-two
san-three
shi-four
go-five
roku-six
shichi-seven
hachi-eight
ku-nine
ju-ten
(add -ji to all to tell time! ex-ichi-ji is 1 o'clock)
Nan-ji desu ka?-What time is it?
Ichi-ji desu.-It's one o'clock
Go-ji-han desu.-It is five thirty.
Moh ji-kan ga nai desu._I have no more time.
Mada ji-kan ga arimasu ka?-Do we still have time?
Days
Getsuyobi-Monday
Kayobi-Tuesday
Suiyobi-Wednesday
Mokuyobi-Thursday
Kinyobi-Friday
Doyobi-Saturday
Nichiyobi-Sunday
Seasons
Haru-spring
Natsu-summer
Aki-fall
Fuyu-winter
Names
Anata no namae wa nan desu ka?-What is your name?
Myoji wa nan desu ka?-What is your last name?
Dore ga myoji desu ka?-Which one is your family name?
Simple
Donata?-Who?
Donata desu ka?-Who are you?/Who is it?
Nani?-What?
Itsu?-When
Doko?-Where?
Nan desu ka?-What is it?
Common
Hai-Yes
Iie-No(not often used. Japanese contradict by saying the negative sentence)
Arigato gozaimasu-Thank you.
Moshi-moshi-Hello(on phone or for attention)

Okay this may be a lot to absorb if you don't know how to say them so...
I'll be back with the post the pronunciation key later! Above are just some useful everyday phrases! Remember to attach san*/sama/chan on the names!

*San is not just used for Ms. or Mr. or Mrs. Children often call pets -san too.


i know this was written ages ago but it was soooo helpful i can count to TEN!!!!! wow go me.


No problem, always glad to help. If I have more time, I'll teach you to count to 100, haha.

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Posted 2/15/08 , edited 2/16/08
hey thx everyone this is sooo kewl

plz keep posting!!

i wish i culd speak japanese
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Posted 2/19/08 , edited 2/19/08

eternal_bliss wrote:


peppermil wrote:


eternal_bliss wrote:

Random
Sukoshi wakarimasu-I know a little
Ohaiyo gazaimasu-Good morning
Anata wo suki desu-I like you
Domo arigato gozaimasu-Thank you very much
Numbers and time
ichi-one
ni-two
san-three
shi-four
go-five
roku-six
shichi-seven
hachi-eight
ku-nine
ju-ten
(add -ji to all to tell time! ex-ichi-ji is 1 o'clock)
Nan-ji desu ka?-What time is it?
Ichi-ji desu.-It's one o'clock
Go-ji-han desu.-It is five thirty.
Moh ji-kan ga nai desu._I have no more time.
Mada ji-kan ga arimasu ka?-Do we still have time?
Days
Getsuyobi-Monday
Kayobi-Tuesday
Suiyobi-Wednesday
Mokuyobi-Thursday
Kinyobi-Friday
Doyobi-Saturday
Nichiyobi-Sunday
Seasons
Haru-spring
Natsu-summer
Aki-fall
Fuyu-winter
Names
Anata no namae wa nan desu ka?-What is your name?
Myoji wa nan desu ka?-What is your last name?
Dore ga myoji desu ka?-Which one is your family name?
Simple
Donata?-Who?
Donata desu ka?-Who are you?/Who is it?
Nani?-What?
Itsu?-When
Doko?-Where?
Nan desu ka?-What is it?
Common
Hai-Yes
Iie-No(not often used. Japanese contradict by saying the negative sentence)
Arigato gozaimasu-Thank you.
Moshi-moshi-Hello(on phone or for attention)

Okay this may be a lot to absorb if you don't know how to say them so...
I'll be back with the post the pronunciation key later! Above are just some useful everyday phrases! Remember to attach san*/sama/chan on the names!

*San is not just used for Ms. or Mr. or Mrs. Children often call pets -san too.


i know this was written ages ago but it was soooo helpful i can count to TEN!!!!! wow go me.


No problem, always glad to help. If I have more time, I'll teach you to count to 100, haha.



WOW 100 i can say 20 if that helps hmmmmm 100...... sounds coool
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Posted 2/22/08 , edited 2/23/08
wow... i was gonna write a bunch of stuff, but think u all covered everything already!!
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Posted 2/22/08 , edited 2/23/08
hm.. i guess i could teach bad words ^_^
okay...
Kuso!! - shit!!
chiii~ - shiiiit!! (kinda the same)
baka! - idiot/jerk *note: in some parts of Japan, this is considered really offensive
kono yaro... - bastard! *very bad
yaru ka?! - *when said angry* Do you wanna mess with me?! *when said romantically* Do u wanna get it on? (sry, that smiley face is just perfect for that)
urusai!! - shut up!!
busu! - ugly!! (very impolite: it literally means plain-looking, and in Japan, that is most offensive to a woman)
....tte yande!! - *u repeat whatever they said and add tte yande* (when someone has just said something that has made u angry)
gaki - brat
dasai - uncool
hidoi! - terrible!
iya yo!! - no way!!
kimoi! - ew!/gross!
tako! - idiot!/jerk! (literally this means octopus, but for some reason, its slang for jerk)
*if u use "kuso" or "baka" in front of a noun, it can be used like a pejorative prefix, such as "Baka sensei!!" = "F***ing teacher!!" or "Damn teacher!!"
...i'll add more later. i'm tired.

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Posted 2/22/08 , edited 2/23/08
this is really helpful yo.
thank you to all of you who posted these up
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at least im starting my "minor" in japanese
[yeah im in college. haha]
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Posted 2/23/08 , edited 2/24/08
日本語は武図化しです、出もがんば手皆さん。(I said japanese is difficult but good luck to everyone...I,m not sure of the spelling of the kanjis...sorry)

3 words or sentence you must know:

日本。nihon, japan (日本語)means japanese(日本人)means a japanese person
。ai, love
山下ちゃん大好き。yamashita-chan daisuki, Ilove yamashita(P-chan)...lol
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