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Posted 8/11/09

kenworth wrote:

so how do you say stop smoking?


Why don't you ask animefangirl?
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Posted 8/11/09

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How do to say I Promise in Japanese?
Never mind! I'd found it.
I'd promise! : 私は約束する!
I promise to take good care of you! : 私はあなたをよい世話すると約束する!
I promise that I will always protect you! 私は私が常に保護すると約束する!
I will always protect you no matter what!私は常に保護する!



I don't know a couple of kanjis in those above. o.o

約束世護

No clue. I couldnt put that into roomaji.


I'd can't believe this site is bullshit! It gave me the wrong kanji translations! Stupid Website!
Posted 8/12/09

azngirl247 wrote:


animefangirl20 wrote:


azngirl247 wrote:

How do to say I Promise in Japanese?
Never mind! I'd found it.
I'd promise! : 私は約束する!
I promise to take good care of you! : 私はあなたをよい世話すると約束する!
I promise that I will always protect you! 私は私が常に保護すると約束する!
I will always protect you no matter what!私は常に保護する!



I don't know a couple of kanjis in those above. o.o

約束世護

No clue. I couldnt put that into roomaji.


Hmmmmmmmmmm! That website give me the wrong kanjis! I think thats why you'd can't translate it into romanji!
Gomen nasai!

Its alright! Daijoubou! You have to learn how to practice writing kanji my student!


Lol yeah I didnt learn a lot of kanjis actually. My teacher didn't want to give a lot to level 1 students. Me and a few others could do it with no problem lol
Posted 8/12/09

azngirl247 wrote:


animefangirl20 wrote:


azngirl247 wrote:

How do to say I Promise in Japanese?
Never mind! I'd found it.
I'd promise! : 私は約束する!
I promise to take good care of you! : 私はあなたをよい世話すると約束する!
I promise that I will always protect you! 私は私が常に保護すると約束する!
I will always protect you no matter what!私は常に保護する!



I don't know a couple of kanjis in those above. o.o

約束世護

No clue. I couldnt put that into roomaji.


I'd can't believe this site is bullshit! It gave me the wrong kanji translations! Stupid Website!


Yeah you got to be careful some sites do that. It helps to know a bit of it x.x
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Posted 8/16/09
ne ne how do you say i hate her/him?
Posted 8/16/09

kaname28 wrote:

ne ne how do you say i hate her/him?


watashi wa anata ga kirai desu.

It really says I hate you. =o


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yeah right. I got it. It's not ni but no am I right?
Posted 9/6/09

hermito wrote:

yeah right. I got it. It's not ni but no am I right?


Depends on what you want to say.

watashi ni namae wa Marney...would be wrong because ni is used for time. so you're right about saying its no not ni.

Here's a list

no = of / 's ('s meaning like saying Tina's, Mike's...etc)
ni = time / two
wa = is/are/am
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はじめまして、Easte呼んでください。
Hajimemashite, Easte yonde kudasai can mean;
Nice to meet you, please call me Easte. It's another way to say "my name is Easte."

Also, when formally introducing yourself, you don't need to put "namae wa" because it transliterates to name is. So if you say "watashi no namae wa Easte," is transliterates to "My name is Easte" where "watashi wa" means "I am" and "watashi no" is "My;" the "no" in this sentence tells us that it is mine, because "watashi" is "I."

If you want to say "His," you have to change the watashi to "kare," meaning "he." So "Kare no" means "his" and for ladies, we use "kanojo." "Kanojo no" is "her."

"Watashi no namae wa Easte" can be cut shorter into "Watashi wa Easte," which transliterates into "I am Easte;" but it is formal form in Japan. If you want a shorter version, you could just say "Easte desu," which also means "I am Easte."
Posted 7/14/11
Kawaii(Ka-wa-E)-cute
Kawai(Ka-wai)-scared
Ringo(Ring-go)-apple
Ichigo(Ichi-go)-Strawberry
Momo(Mo-mo)-Peach
Dai suki(Dai ski)like it a lot
Dai kirai(Dai Ki-rai)-hate it
Gomen(Go-men)-sorry

I apoligize for anything I messed up. I learned through anime, so my spelling might not be correct.
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