Problems with pronouncies!

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Lewis
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Problems with pronouncies!

Post by Lewis » Mon 12.26.2005 9:19 pm

I got some problems with pronouncies. i'd like some examples's rules about it!
so i'd thank you if you'd help me!

b4d0m3n
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RE: Problems with pronouncies!

Post by b4d0m3n » Mon 12.26.2005 9:30 pm

No offence, dude, but you seem to be having some trouble grasping the English language as well. What, exactly, is it that you require?

Lewis
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RE: sorry i'm not from English's countries

Post by Lewis » Mon 12.26.2005 9:37 pm

sorry for my mistakes. actually i got some doubt about pronunciation in japanese. that's it. i wanna kwow if there's any rule about it

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mandolin
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RE: Problems with pronouncies!

Post by mandolin » Mon 12.26.2005 9:56 pm

... go through the hiragana lessons. There's sound files for how to prounounce everything. There are rules, and there's plenty of places on this site and others to read about the sounds.

Nothing beats listening, though, so maybe an audio course is more your thing. Check your local library for any audio japanese courses if you can't afford to buy one.

Lewis
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RE: thanks

Post by Lewis » Mon 12.26.2005 10:05 pm

thanks and really sorry for my english

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RE: Problems with pronouncies!

Post by tkbits » Wed 12.28.2005 2:12 am

If your native language is Spanish, then you've got an advantage over English speakers.

Spanish vowels are supposed to be much closer to Japanese vowels than English vowels.

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