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by lopka
Sat 06.09.2012 5:00 am
Forum: Introductions
Topic: Oi :D
Replies: 2
Views: 1781

Re: Oi :D

Ola Juju !
No Porto podes aprender Japones na Faculdade de Letras! Nao sera isso tambem possivel em Lisboa, ainda mais havendo um Departamento de Estudos Asiaticos?
by lopka
Sat 06.09.2012 4:15 am
Forum: Grammar Questions and Problems
Topic: Subscript Hiragana Vowels? Ex. : じゃねぇ、etc.
Replies: 18
Views: 12424

Re: Subscript Hiragana Vowels? Ex. : じゃねぇ、etc.

In my keyboard (Japanese PC, but I don't think it makes a difference?), if you type "nele", it becomes ねぇ, since you don't really use the L... Also, typing "who" would give you うぉ as in ウォークインクロゼット for instance... Sometimes I also have a hard time figuring out exactly what feelings people want to co...
by lopka
Sat 06.09.2012 3:54 am
Forum: Computers & Technology
Topic: eReader
Replies: 5
Views: 7253

Re: eReader

Hello, this thread started a long while ago, but since the subject is ereaders, I would also like to ask a few questions... I'm interested in purchasing the new Nook Simple Touch w/ Glow Light, and was wondering if someone knows about Japanese ebooks support (epub format) on that one? Also, and this...
by lopka
Tue 06.17.2008 12:36 am
Forum: Culture and Info about living in Japan
Topic: Father's Day?
Replies: 10
Views: 2677

Re: Father's Day?

Ah, yes, sorry, I should have mentioned that.
I'm in Portugal.
chikara wrote:Here it is the second SUnday in May.
And where is that then? :) Australia?
by lopka
Mon 06.16.2008 11:54 pm
Forum: Culture and Info about living in Japan
Topic: Father's Day?
Replies: 10
Views: 2677

Re: Father's Day?

Yeah, funny thing, I just recently realized that, that almost everywhere else Father's day is in June.
In my country Father's day always is and has been on the 19th of March, and Mother's day on the first Sunday of May.

What about Mother's day in your country?
by lopka
Mon 06.16.2008 11:34 pm
Forum: Culture and Info about living in Japan
Topic: Does native English speaking look good on a Japanese Resume?
Replies: 6
Views: 2596

Re: Does native English speaking look good on a Japanese Resume?

Lol... Well, I would just like to add that the title of this thread seems a little irrelevant; it doesn't matter if being a native English speaker looks good or not in your resume because it's something you can't leave out anyway, it's not like you have a choice... And if your dream is to go to Japa...
by lopka
Sun 05.27.2007 3:53 pm
Forum: Learning Materials Reviews & Language Learning tips
Topic: What Language Books Do You Use to Study Japanese?
Replies: 19
Views: 3617

RE: What Language Books Do You Use to Study Japanese?

Well, I know Shin Nihongo no Kiso series comes at least in English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Korean, Chinese and Thai... probably no Dutch. Think that even for non native English students, English language books are easier to get, if you look at it in terms of quantity, variety, accessibility an...
by lopka
Thu 06.09.2005 9:29 pm
Forum: 日本語の練習 (Practice Japanese)
Topic: Learning Japanese by correspondence in NZ
Replies: 5
Views: 2065

RE: Learning Japanese by correspondence in NZ

So Japanese is part of ur classes at school? since u have grades and all!! cause i dont.. do u know other languages?

u seem to be doing pretty well, high motivation and such, u ll become a Japanese teacher in no time! :D
by lopka
Mon 06.06.2005 10:01 pm
Forum: 日本語の練習 (Practice Japanese)
Topic: Learning Japanese by correspondence in NZ
Replies: 5
Views: 2065

RE: Learning Japanese by correspondence in NZ

i cant really say why im learning japanese, its just one of those things.. i always liked it, even before i realised it was japanese. and yes, im going to Japan! just dont know when.. yet. :o i think the language itself is almost easy. the bad parts are the verbs and the formality, that keeps changi...
by lopka
Mon 06.06.2005 12:49 am
Forum: 日本語の練習 (Practice Japanese)
Topic: Learning Japanese by correspondence in NZ
Replies: 5
Views: 2065

RE: Learning Japanese by correspondence in NZ

Hi^^

im not learning japanese by correspondence or in NZ.
im taking classes once a week for almost three years now, and learned some over the net. muzukashii desu ga, omoshiroi desu ne
by lopka
Mon 06.06.2005 12:18 am
Forum: 日本語の練習 (Practice Japanese)
Topic: jaa
Replies: 23
Views: 7063

RE: jaa

"da" is desu.

btw, hi^^
by lopka
Sat 06.04.2005 1:49 pm
Forum: 日本語の練習 (Practice Japanese)
Topic: jaa
Replies: 23
Views: 7063

RE: jaa

Oi :)
watashi wa nihongode hanashitai desu.
demo amari hanashimasen. anata wa?