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by faylar
Mon 12.17.2007 4:06 am
Forum: 日本語の練習 (Practice Japanese)
Topic: Is there anything wrong?
Replies: 4
Views: 3494

Is there anything wrong?

is there anything wrong with this sentence? Or is there a better way to put it?

幼少時は、何にも差し伸べて、全然信じるだけでいいと思ったけど。。。

another question, where do I put だけ after a verb-if conditional? (eg たべたらだけ)

thanks :)
by faylar
Sun 04.15.2007 1:50 pm
Forum: Translation Questions or Discussion
Topic: きょうとうこうびなんだ...?
Replies: 15
Views: 2861

RE: きょうとうこうびなんだ...?

Hahaha I just referred to that :D

Thanks anyway :)
by faylar
Sun 04.15.2007 1:44 pm
Forum: Translation Questions or Discussion
Topic: きょうとうこうびなんだ...?
Replies: 15
Views: 2861

RE: きょうとうこうびなんだ...?

な comes from the noun preceding it? I don't really get this.

And 登校日 actually means "school day"? I'm actually looking for the part of the sentence that says that it is specifically the *first* day of school.
by faylar
Sun 04.15.2007 12:13 pm
Forum: Translation Questions or Discussion
Topic: きょうとうこうびなんだ...?
Replies: 15
Views: 2861

RE: きょうとうっこうびなんだ...?

oops i forgot to remove the small 'っ' off my sentence, thanks for the heads up :)

So the sentence breaks down to:

今日: Today
登校日: School day?
なん: here is where I'm a bit confused. How does this come to play?

EDITED TOPIC :)
by faylar
Sun 04.15.2007 11:33 am
Forum: Translation Questions or Discussion
Topic: きょうとうこうびなんだ...?
Replies: 15
Views: 2861

きょうとうこうびなんだ...?

I know this means "Today is the first day of school" or something...but I'm wondering how does one derive the meaning from this sentence? Esp the "びなんだ" part.

I don't get it :p
by faylar
Mon 10.24.2005 2:07 pm
Forum: Grammar Questions and Problems
Topic: Usage of 'to'?
Replies: 8
Views: 2026

RE: Usage of 'to'?

wierd I'm sure I posted already, but anyway, thanks to everyone for your help :)

ありがとございます? :P
by faylar
Sat 10.22.2005 4:36 am
Forum: Grammar Questions and Problems
Topic: Usage of 'to'?
Replies: 8
Views: 2026

RE: Usage of 'to'?

Thanks a lot for the program, I've downloaded it, let's see how it works :) What you said above have been very helpful. Just wondering, so if naniyori means maximally, what about minimally? Okay, one final part of the lyrics that got me confused. This sentence comes after 夢たちが混ざり会うノイズの海 . "変わらないもの君の...
by faylar
Fri 10.21.2005 6:02 pm
Forum: Grammar Questions and Problems
Topic: Usage of 'to'?
Replies: 8
Views: 2026

RE: Usage of 'to'?

Thanks alot everyone. How do you type things in japanese? Anyway,the sentence follows with: 'yumetachi ga mazariau noizu no umi' yume = dream, with 'tachi' that makes it a pural right? 'mazari' seemed to derive from 'mazaru' which means 'mix'. 'au' means 'meet' from what I've seen. In these two word...
by faylar
Fri 10.21.2005 1:56 pm
Forum: Grammar Questions and Problems
Topic: Usage of 'to'?
Replies: 8
Views: 2026

Usage of 'to'?

Hi, I've been following this site pretty closely to start my basic steps towards learning japanese. For practice, I've been trying to translate some anime songs to more or less get the feel of japanese sentence, comparing different fansubs if possible and checking dictionaries. So far there are some...