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watshi wa amari Eego o hanasenainda sorry
i think he's saying that he is poor at english, is this correct, please help.
i cant find 'hanasenainda' in my dictionary.
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Sorry I can only write in Romaji, but this computer is not set up for Japanese input and I don't have admin privileges...
Anyway, my 2 cents, AFAIK:
Base verb is hanasu = to speak
hanaseru = potential form of hanasu, meaning "be able to speak"
hanasenai = negative form of hanaseru, meaning "not able to speak"
"nda": contraction of "noda", meaning "the fact"(no) is (da). I believe it is often used make a phrase stronger, more affirmative (a bit like "I tell ya!").
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