Feel free to practice writing in Japanese or romaji. Help each other out with corrections or replying back in Japanese
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I'm assuming that you just want to know how to read this, that you don't actually want "furigana". I'm going to the best I can, but this is archaic Japanese and has obscure kanji in it so it's not the easiest thing in the world.somenube wrote:How can I get furigana for this?
...and yeah it's a prayer.
sameokite, shogou(?) ni sakidachite, mizaru naki kami no mae ni onore wo omoi, tsutsushimite tachi, onore ni juujika (maybe "kurosu") wo kaku(?) shite jusu beshi.
Chichi to ko to seishin no na ni yoru. (amen)
Kore wo shibaraku(?) shite, nanji ga kankaku no shizumari, nanji ga omoi no chijou wo hanaruru wo machi, shikaru nochigokoro(?) wo mochiite, jo ni tsugi no kitou wo jusu beshi.
This doesn't look like prayer to me, it looks like instructions for what believers should do when they wake up in the morning (only the short middle line is sort of a prayer; it's the Catholic "in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit").
Last edited by Yudan Taiteki on Sat 08.09.2008 5:07 pm, edited 2 times in total.
You can find the readings of most words using a dictionary and google. This is just a guess so maybe someone will be able to correct it.
内容が少し難しいかもしれませんが。somenube wrote:I have read over 15 threads about "how to learn the kanji" and how "other people only think they are learning kanji". I am a young kid (just started high-school)) and I have been trying to teach myself Japanese for about 4 months. I learned vocabulary separately from grammar and kanji but then started to combine them. I now try to learn kanji by general on reading and kun reading as well as a "basic" idea of the meaning with some compounds (all JLPT4).
I would also like to suggest to somenube that it is rude to ask for help, and then not respond at all. Even just a thank you is appropriate since people took their time out to answer this for you.