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RE: pls correct my mistakes~

Postby Kisshu » Thu 09.13.2007 7:41 pm

Aki15 wrote:
oooooo
so how do i say forever in japanese?


いつも=forever
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RE: pls correct my mistakes~

Postby Kisshu » Thu 09.13.2007 7:41 pm

Aki15 wrote:
oooooo
so how do i say forever in japanese?


いつも=forever
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RE: pls correct my mistakes~

Postby Aki15 » Mon 09.17.2007 2:36 am

Kisshu wrote:
Aki15 wrote:
oooooo
so how do i say forever in japanese?


いつも=forever


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RE: pls correct my mistakes~

Postby Shirasagi » Mon 09.17.2007 7:24 am

いつも does not mean forever. It means "always, at all times, every time."

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RE: pls correct my mistakes~

Postby burstandbloom » Mon 09.17.2007 10:12 am

There's a ton of words there that mean forever, and I don't think it'd be so wrong to ask which would be best to use or sounds more "right" for whatever he's trying to use it to say. I understand that's not exactly what he ask though and maybe it should have gone something like, "I looked up the word forever and got this, this, and this. Which one should I use, sounds more right, or can I use anyone of them". I could guess he doesn't just want the definition but wants to use it in a sentence so you could redirect his question and say "Well what are you trying to put it in with" and so on..
I dunno, maybe I got it all wrong. And I'm not making you out to be a jerk or anything, Shirasagi-san. I'm sure it can get annoying when people constantly ask for definitions and things they can look up themselves, and telling them that hey there is such a thing as a dictionary is helpful and they might just be bedazzled that such a thing exists. People are always going to ask, "What does this word mean in Japanese?" knowingly and not knowingly that they can just look it up.
But I think answering the question and suggesting next time to use a dictionary would be nicer, and show more patience, and really not that big of a deal. Of course this is just an opinion, and again Im not trying to make you out to be wrong or and ass or anything. This is just something I see a lot, and people have to know that this is always going to happen, and people just don't have any patience. I always thought that was a big key in teaching and being helpful.
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