ichibann sukina kyoku wo okurimasu

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ichibann sukina kyoku wo okurimasu

Post by Nebby4T » Tue 05.17.2005 9:57 pm

What do kyoku and okurimasu mean?

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RE: ichibann sukina kyoku wo okurimasu

Post by Mukade » Wed 05.18.2005 1:49 am

You should be able to find these words pretty easy on Jim Breen's Japanese-English Dictionary.

Just be sure to check the "romaji" box if you aren't typing in kana.

http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/wwwjdic.html

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RE: ichibann sukina kyoku wo okurimasu

Post by Nebby4T » Wed 05.18.2005 2:00 am

I tried but I didn't find them. I also need to know what the whole sentence means.

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RE: ichibann sukina kyoku wo okurimasu

Post by krahnik » Wed 05.18.2005 5:54 am

Nebby4T wrote:
What do kyoku and okurimasu mean?


kyoku is song, okuru is to send or confer (so the whole thing means sending one's favorite song/track (or maybe the title of)

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RE: ichibann sukina kyoku wo okurimasu

Post by xdj220 » Thu 05.19.2005 11:45 pm

When you're looking a verb up in a J/E dictionary, you have to look for the dictionary form of the verb. It's usually pretty easy to figure out the dictionary form - if it has an i before the -masu change the imasu into a u and you have the dictionary form. If there is no i, just change 'masu' to 'ru'. That's the word you should search for. Of course this only works with -masu forms ><.
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