あっ。。。 わかりました。。。 ありがとう、Chico-さん、さち-さん, rich-さん〜
@Chico-さん: I'm trying to learn the fundamental grammar things, like sentence structures and particles, before I try to learn the more detailed things like Kanji and verb/adjective conjugations. Is that a good way to go about learning Japanese? @.@
kitty san, sorry, I think I shouldnt have said that. ("You have lots of things to learn before learning particles.") I've just bought a book which is about teaching Japanese. ( I wanted to put "today" but I dont know where to put =()And it says learning particles first is important to study Japanese. I'm sorry if I made you confused.
@Chico or anyone else who could answer this- This goes back to the acronym conversation. What does "w" mean in "japanese leet"? I see players say it all the time when I play Trickster.
w comes from part of the kanji 笑う, to laugh, so think of it as "lol"
Hi, datdo. What rich san has explained is almost right. "w" comes form the first letter of "warai". "warai" is nominalized form of "warau". Japanese people used to use （笑） as English "lol", but people've got lazier to type （笑） and ended up using "w". Some Japanese people often do that. I dont really like using "w", so I always use 笑. I'm still lazy to put "()". ＾＾；
I\'m Japanese. I\'m trying to help Japanese learners. Feel free to ask me! However, my English might not be good enough. Any corrections to my English are appreciated!