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what japanese words did you learn
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Posted 12/11/10

slipxout wrote:

bukake XD


YES!!!! I was gonna put that one up here. It took me a while to realize that was actually Japanese.

Though actually it's bukkake, from bukkakeru. I LOVE the definition my software English-Japanese dictionary gives.

Bukkakeru - to dash (slosh) water (or other liquid) on a person or in a person's face.
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Posted 12/14/10

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arigatou: thanks
konichiwa: 'sup
key: tree
moodi: impossible
sugoi: wowza
kawaii: cute
nani: what
nande: why
ni: 2
and some others i dont feel like typing


Actually "muri" is impossible...

Lol well I'm a native Jap speaker, but I did learn some naughty words when I was younger hehe



ohhh lol okay. well my friend who is a native japanese speaker said 'muri', but i guess it sounded like 'moodi' to me. oops
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Posted 12/14/10
zetsuboushita!
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Posted 12/15/10

corporalgiroro96 wrote:


-Comic- wrote:

Actually "muri" is impossible...

Lol well I'm a native Jap speaker, but I did learn some naughty words when I was younger hehe



ohhh lol okay. well my friend who is a native japanese speaker said 'muri', but i guess it sounded like 'moodi' to me. oops


That's because Japanese uses hard R's. You have to listen pretty carefully to tell the difference between R's and D's if you're not used to it.

I apologize if I'm stating the obvious.
Posted 12/22/10
aishiteru, dakishimete, kimi, hitotsu, itoshii hito, utsukushii, bara-no, vatashi, anata, soba-ni, aitakute, aisuru.
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Yoru:Night
Ran:Water lilly
Miki:Sunflower stem
Gomenasai:im so sorry
Tsumasen: Im sorry
Ichigo:Strawberry
Konnichiwa:Hello
Domo:Thank you
Arigato:Thank you very much
aand a lot more but... im too lazi.
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Posted 1/28/11

slipxout wrote:

bukake XD


zeehahahahaha zeehahahahaha zehahahahaha

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Posted 1/28/11
A couple I've picked up:
Matte = Wait.
Daijoubu = Can be used for 'Are you okay?' and "I'm okay"
Jikubi = Nipples.
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urusai
baka
teme
urusatonkachi
oyasaminasai
suki
kirai
oishi
omoshiroi
kokoro
tamago
matte
ja ne
chibi
iie
hai
hidari, migi
ushiro, mae
soshite
kawaii
sumimasen
ohayou
konban wa
konnichi wa
senpai
kohai
Aniki
ai
nani
nande
wakarimasen
ichi ni san....etc.
nihon
eigo
hantai
Yamete kudasai
pyon
neko, inu
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Posted 8/20/12
ええ。。。私は日本語の学生ですから、たくさん単語を既習しました。

^_^
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100 / M / New York City
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私は日本語の学生です. :)

So I know a good amount, though for any language one's lexicon is never really finite....especially through watching anime, shows, and movies..I'm learning new conjugations and wording almost everyday, though some are more common than others.
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Not in kanji or anything but the first word I learned was Baka. Almost instantly after watching my first anime episode a few years ago.
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Posted 8/20/12

Agate86 wrote:

私は日本語の学生です. :)

So I know a good amount, though for any language one's lexicon is never really finite....especially through watching anime, shows, and movies..I'm learning new conjugations and wording almost everyday, though some are more common than others.


Same situation here. I've only been studying for about a year, so I'm not quite at the level where I can watch sans subs, but I certainly am picking up a lot of more "casual" Japanese [as opposed to Genki/Classroom Japanese].
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Posted 8/20/12 , edited 8/20/12

pewpewk wrote:


Agate86 wrote:

私は日本語の学生です. :)

So I know a good amount, though for any language one's lexicon is never really finite....especially through watching anime, shows, and movies..I'm learning new conjugations and wording almost everyday, though some are more common than others.


Same situation here. I've only been studying for about a year, so I'm not quite at the level where I can watch sans subs, but I certainly am picking up a lot of more "casual" Japanese [as opposed to Genki/Classroom Japanese].


Honestly that's one of the best approaches. I'm getting into the intermediate level Japanese class this upcoming semester, but exposing yourself to shows, movies, and other mediums are equally as powerful..especially things like the news or talkshows...it really does help a lot with familiarization...I try for both approaches when the time is available!

がんばてね!
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Posted 8/20/12
Tsukkomi is my favourite one that I learned via anime.

Of course I mean the retort, not the first dictionary definition.

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