Random practice

Feel free to practice writing in Japanese or romaji. Help each other out with corrections or replying back in Japanese
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RE: Random practice

Post by richvh » Wed 11.01.2006 9:23 pm

You could use either それから or そのあとで; それに doesn't really fit the English, and あとで by itself isn't used, so far as I know.
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RE: Random practice

Post by Oyaji » Wed 11.01.2006 9:47 pm

rizu wrote:
I am now in Japan.
今、私は日本。。。。。。。
今、私は日本にいます
Ms. Tanaka is fine. Mr. Yamakawa is not fine.
田中さんは元気です。 山川さんは元気じゃありません。
田中さんは元気です。 山川さんは元気ではありません
「じゃありません」 isn't necessarily wrong, but 「では」 seems to fit better here.
I went to the mountain with a Japanese man and woman.
私はやまで日本の男と女と行きました。
:o
Rich's advice is definitely good, though I might change the order:
「私は日本の男性と女性と一緒に山に行きました」
I ate dinner with my friend on Tuesday.
火曜日に私の友達と晩御飯をたべました。
「火曜日に私の友達と一緒に晩御飯をたべました]
The 「一緒に」 isn't essential, but it does make the meaning a little clearer.
On Wednesday, I drank a lot of alcohol. And then I saw a video. :D
水曜日に私はたくさんおさけを飲みました。 それにビーデオを見ました。
「水曜日に私はたくさんおさけを飲みました。 それからビーデオを見ました」

You could also say:
「水曜日に私はおさけをたくさん飲みました」

「それに」 Has more the meaning "In addition". "And then" implies one happened after the other, so 「それから」 would probably be better.
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RE: Random practice

Post by nut-head » Wed 11.01.2006 9:49 pm

I think it would be better to use ~てから.
。。。飲んでから、ビデオを見ました。without having to seperate the 2 sentence.
Just a suggestion, correct me if i'm wrong.

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RE: Random practice

Post by rizu » Thu 11.02.2006 8:59 am

Thank you for your help, everyone. ^_^ This homework isn't actually due for at least a week or so but I like to be ahead of the class so that my daily classes are more of a review and perfection than first-time learning.

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