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アニメ と 漫画、 毎朝、 毎晩。

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アニメ と 漫画、 毎朝、 毎晩。

Postby Sauna addict » Sun 09.17.2006 3:17 pm

アニメ と 漫画、 毎朝、 毎晩。

Translation?
If there are errors, then correction too, please.
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RE: アニメ と 漫画、 毎朝、 毎晩。

Postby richvh » Sun 09.17.2006 3:26 pm

Since there isn't a verb, it isn't a complete sentence. "Anime and manga, every morning, every night."
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RE: アニメ と 漫画、 毎朝、 毎晩。

Postby Tspoonami » Sun 09.17.2006 4:07 pm

richvh wrote:
Since there isn't a verb, it isn't a complete sentence. "Anime and manga, every morning, every night."

I'll try to make sentences for practice! (^_^)

まいあさとまいばんはアニメがみるそしてまんががよむ!
Every morning and every night, (I) watch anime and read manga!

Did I use the time phrases correctly? They are adjective-noun kind of things, so can you connect them with 'to?'

アニメ と まんが で やみつく!
(I) am addicted to anime and manga!

Is the 'de' used correctly here? Or should it be 'ga?' (=_=)

___ relevance to original post ends here ___

While looking for a good word for 'addicted/immersed,' I found 'botto suru,' and decided to make a practice sentence. (^_^)

Nihongo: 面白いあじはあじわいたら、にんいなすしがフォンデューポットにぼっとうする!

Literal translation: If you want to taste an interesting flavor, then immerse arbitrary sushi in a fondue pot!

Intended meaning: For a unique taste, dunk random sushi in a fondue pot!

Probably easier to say フォンデューポットのすしはおもしろいあじがある。

I'm not actually responding, but rather using this thread to help me learn... Thread-jack (>_>)
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RE: アニメ と 漫画、 毎朝、 毎晩。

Postby Sauna addict » Sun 09.17.2006 11:48 pm

I suspected something like that...

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