First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  Next  Last
Desu, Aru, Kuma!?!?!?!?!?!
241 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
28 / M / salinas california
Offline
Posted 9/27/08
the ninja in mahou sensei negima forgot the name she always says de gozamaru
6363 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
23 / F / The Netherlands
Offline
Posted 9/27/08
I agree with lezly_990

Deffinitly GYAPOOOO !

(and Desu & Ne are cute )
7433 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
25 / M / It is too obvious
Offline
Posted 9/27/08
Mukya! Ugya! Nodame Cantabile
Posted 9/27/08

lezly_990 wrote:

GYAPOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i tink we know whus catchphrase is this....


From Nodame Cantabile?
2414 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
F / Philippines
Offline
Posted 9/27/08

FlyStarMoon wrote:


lezly_990 wrote:

GYAPOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i tink we know whus catchphrase is this....


From Nodame Cantabile?


yup2x definitely nodame
Posted 9/27/08
-aru in the end of Kagura's sentence (Gintama)
Posted 9/27/08

lezly_990 wrote:


FlyStarMoon wrote:


lezly_990 wrote:

GYAPOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i tink we know whus catchphrase is this....


From Nodame Cantabile?


yup2x definitely nodame


I used to watch Nodame,not the anime though.
238 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
いちのみや
Offline
Posted 9/27/08
sigh~ gotcha.. desu is not "it is", is he really japanese? desu is a " be " form of a verb, how come he didnt know what desu means? its a basic of a sentence... arimasu means "there is" -for none living things, imasu "there is" - for living things... evry people must know what desu means >.<... one of basic to be learn at japanese... sigh~ the others are juz expression as he said... desu is usually used when the sentence is formal.. there are many ways of speech in japan, formal way, casual, polite way, boastfull way, girl way, boy way... girls talk diferent, example, they use "atashi" when saying "I" or "watashi" ..in guys they say it "boku" -for polite, "ore"- for cool way/boast, "watashi"-too formal, "watakushi"-formal with high position... if u have questions u can ask me, im also studying they're language, i will sure go there in near future ^^.. i can help a lot, juz ask ^^..
238 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
いちのみや
Offline
Posted 9/27/08
sigh~ gotcha.. desu is not "it is", is he really japanese? desu is a " be " form of a verb, how come he didnt know what desu means? its a basic of a sentence... arimasu means "there is" -for none living things, imasu "there is" - for living things... evry people must know what desu means >.<... one of basic to be learn at japanese... sigh~ the others are juz expression as he said... desu is usually used when the sentence is formal.. there are many ways of speech in japan, formal way, casual, polite way, boastfull way, girl way, boy way... girls talk diferent, example, they use "atashi" when saying "I" or "watashi" ..in guys they say it "boku" -for polite, "ore"- for cool way/boast, "watashi"-too formal, "watakushi"-formal with high position... if u have questions u can ask me, im also studying they're language, i will sure go there in near future ^^.. i can help a lot, juz ask ^^..
238 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
いちのみや
Offline
Posted 9/27/08

Khemia wrote:


BusoSoul wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


If I remember correctly, desu means "it is". It's just a way of speech. As for the "~Auu" and "~Nyu" part, I highly doubt that normal Japanese citizens would really say that.


Ohh...I always thought desu was to add respect.





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite. And for the ~Auu part, Makoto from Kanon says it alot because she's a fox.(fox sounds are auu).





Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite.


I only mentioned that cause they say it's common in Japan. Thanks for the info anyways.





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


BusoSoul wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


If I remember correctly, desu means "it is". It's just a way of speech. As for the "~Auu" and "~Nyu" part, I highly doubt that normal Japanese citizens would really say that.


Ohh...I always thought desu was to add respect.

Yes. Desu is for respect....





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite.


I only mentioned that cause they say it's common in Japan. Thanks for the info anyways.

No not really. You know, I'm from Japan too. The catchphrase will prove that youre an otaku. or to make a sentence cute. that is.



sigh~ gotcha.. desu is not "it is", is he really japanese? desu is a " be " form of a verb, how come he didnt know what desu means? its a basic of a sentence... arimasu means "there is" -for none living things, imasu "there is" - for living things... evry people must know what desu means >.<... one of basic to be learn at japanese... sigh~ the others are juz expression as he said... desu is usually used when the sentence is formal.. there are many ways of speech in japan, formal way, casual, polite way, boastfull way, girl way, boy way... girls talk diferent, example, they use "atashi" when saying "I" or "watashi" ..in guys they say it "boku" -for polite, "ore"- for cool way/boast, "watashi"-too formal, "watakushi"-formal with high position... if u have questions u can ask me, im also studying they're language, i will sure go there in near future ^^.. i can help a lot, juz ask ^^..
238 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
いちのみや
Offline
Posted 9/27/08
im still a newbie but ill help out if u want ^^ juz send me message if u have questions ^^ im a friend after all... ^^
5742 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
22 / F / America
Offline
Posted 9/27/08

linusbanaag wrote:


Khemia wrote:


BusoSoul wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


If I remember correctly, desu means "it is". It's just a way of speech. As for the "~Auu" and "~Nyu" part, I highly doubt that normal Japanese citizens would really say that.


Ohh...I always thought desu was to add respect.





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite. And for the ~Auu part, Makoto from Kanon says it alot because she's a fox.(fox sounds are auu).





Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite.


I only mentioned that cause they say it's common in Japan. Thanks for the info anyways.





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


BusoSoul wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


If I remember correctly, desu means "it is". It's just a way of speech. As for the "~Auu" and "~Nyu" part, I highly doubt that normal Japanese citizens would really say that.


Ohh...I always thought desu was to add respect.

Yes. Desu is for respect....





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite.


I only mentioned that cause they say it's common in Japan. Thanks for the info anyways.

No not really. You know, I'm from Japan too. The catchphrase will prove that youre an otaku. or to make a sentence cute. that is.



sigh~ gotcha.. desu is not "it is", is he really japanese? desu is a " be " form of a verb, how come he didnt know what desu means? its a basic of a sentence... arimasu means "there is" -for none living things, imasu "there is" - for living things... evry people must know what desu means >.<... one of basic to be learn at japanese... sigh~ the others are juz expression as he said... desu is usually used when the sentence is formal.. there are many ways of speech in japan, formal way, casual, polite way, boastfull way, girl way, boy way... girls talk diferent, example, they use "atashi" when saying "I" or "watashi" ..in guys they say it "boku" -for polite, "ore"- for cool way/boast, "watashi"-too formal, "watakushi"-formal with high position... if u have questions u can ask me, im also studying they're language, i will sure go there in near future ^^.. i can help a lot, juz ask ^^..


yes- but -su makes a sentence formal too!
238 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
いちのみや
Offline
Posted 9/27/08

tazusapete wrote:


linusbanaag wrote:


Khemia wrote:


BusoSoul wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


If I remember correctly, desu means "it is". It's just a way of speech. As for the "~Auu" and "~Nyu" part, I highly doubt that normal Japanese citizens would really say that.


Ohh...I always thought desu was to add respect.





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite. And for the ~Auu part, Makoto from Kanon says it alot because she's a fox.(fox sounds are auu).





Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite.


I only mentioned that cause they say it's common in Japan. Thanks for the info anyways.





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


BusoSoul wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


If I remember correctly, desu means "it is". It's just a way of speech. As for the "~Auu" and "~Nyu" part, I highly doubt that normal Japanese citizens would really say that.


Ohh...I always thought desu was to add respect.

Yes. Desu is for respect....





tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:


tazusapete wrote:


Khemia wrote:

Uguu~! wait that's just an expression right? what the heck

Yeah......... but it's a catchphrase too.... Like ~Auu and ~Nyuuh.... and ~Ahaha too...
Kanon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, you're Japanese right? Why do you guys add ~desu or ~dearimasu to your sentences and do you really say ~Auu, ~Nyu and ~ahaha? O.o?


You can say it even youre not japanese. It's a catchphrase. It doesn't mean anything in Japan.... desu and su are to make it polite.


I only mentioned that cause they say it's common in Japan. Thanks for the info anyways.

No not really. You know, I'm from Japan too. The catchphrase will prove that youre an otaku. or to make a sentence cute. that is.



sigh~ gotcha.. desu is not "it is", is he really japanese? desu is a " be " form of a verb, how come he didnt know what desu means? its a basic of a sentence... arimasu means "there is" -for none living things, imasu "there is" - for living things... evry people must know what desu means >.<... one of basic to be learn at japanese... sigh~ the others are juz expression as he said... desu is usually used when the sentence is formal.. there are many ways of speech in japan, formal way, casual, polite way, boastfull way, girl way, boy way... girls talk diferent, example, they use "atashi" when saying "I" or "watashi" ..in guys they say it "boku" -for polite, "ore"- for cool way/boast, "watashi"-too formal, "watakushi"-formal with high position... if u have questions u can ask me, im also studying they're language, i will sure go there in near future ^^.. i can help a lot, juz ask ^^..


yes- but -su makes a sentence formal too!


su? u sure? i have japanese program here when using sentence, and i got teacher to teach me, he's from japan also he juz came here 3 yrs ago to study english, and maybe its not "su" alone, maybe its desu/arimasu/imasu etc. u sure bout it? im gonna ask him next session..
417 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
27 / F / Eh?
Offline
Posted 9/27/08 , edited 9/27/08
What's weird...

Kami and Kami.

I hate to differentiate the two because I get it wrong all the time. As some people with some japanese knowledge know, the term Kami means two things. Hair or God. Now, the only difference between the two is the tone.

Kumo and Kumo are also two that has to be differentiated by tone. Guh. Spider or Cloud?
1077 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
28 / M / Somewhere In Sing...
Offline
Posted 9/27/08
Desu yo nanoda!
kore nanoda!
nanoda~
First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.