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Posted 8/28/09
how can you say " i can't speak japanese?"
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Posted 9/13/09
日本語を話しません
Nihongo o hanshimasen.

I don't understand Japanese...
日本語をわかりません
Nihongo o wakarimasen.
Posted 9/17/09
translated name can or not?the real one...translated our name to japanese name..(0.o)
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Posted 2/1/10
I can speak Japanese.

Boku / watashi wa nihongo wo hanashukotoga dekimasu.

I am Japanese .

Boku / watashi wa nihonjin desu.
Posted 3/30/10
"watashi wa , shi te kudasai watashi no koto aishi te i masu"

can anyone translate this to English?
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Posted 4/4/10 , edited 4/4/10

The-Christian wrote:

"watashi wa , shi te kudasai watashi no koto aishi te i masu"

can anyone translate this to English?


first of all, whoever wrote this sucks in japanese xD (no offense to whoever)

second of all, I can only guess what they're trying to say.

here is the direct translation of that quote.

translation-

watashi wa shite kudasai
i am know kudasai (kudasai basically means give this to me please) (and yes, this is what the writer literally said in japanese)

watashi no koto aishite imasu
i like my things (lol)
or
Do you like me (in a REALLY bad japanese grammar)
First of all, people don't use aishiteru at all O_O

Second of all, this is the correct phrase if you wanna say
"Do you like me"?
watashi no koto ga suki desu ka?


lol I hope this helps
Posted 4/5/10

phantomkirby wrote:


The-Christian wrote:

"watashi wa , shi te kudasai watashi no koto aishi te i masu"

can anyone translate this to English?


first of all, whoever wrote this sucks in japanese xD (no offense to whoever)

second of all, I can only guess what they're trying to say.

here is the direct translation of that quote.

translation-

watashi wa shite kudasai
i am know kudasai (kudasai basically means give this to me please) (and yes, this is what the writer literally said in japanese)

watashi no koto aishite imasu
i like my things (lol)
or
Do you like me (in a REALLY bad japanese grammar)
First of all, people don't use aishiteru at all O_O

Second of all, this is the correct phrase if you wanna say
"Do you like me"?
watashi no koto ga suki desu ka?


lol I hope this helps


thanks... it was my bestfriend... so I was kinda like... ?
Posted 9/15/10
How Do You Say "moon" in japanese ?
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Posted 12/13/10

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How Do You Say "moon" in japanese ?


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Posted 12/22/10

The-Christian wrote:

"watashi wa , shi te kudasai watashi no koto aishi te i masu"

can anyone translate this to English?


watashi wa shite kudasai makes no sense here. you can say shite kudasai (please do it)

as for watashi no koto ga suki desu ka means do you like me. we never say watashi no koto aishitemasu ka in Japan.

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can anyone help me translate this sentence into japanese romaji?

Why bother living when all i ever do is mess things up?
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