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help!!!

Post by razorblade » Thu 06.02.2005 11:05 am

can someone please trnslate some of these signs for me plaessseeee thankyou xxx
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Post by Spaztick » Thu 06.02.2005 9:20 pm

Or you could learn katakana and do it yourself. It's good practice.
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RE: help!!!

Post by lomagu » Fri 06.03.2005 7:23 am

Did you take this photo? Are you in Japan right now?

Most of the signs are written in katakana and katakana is really easy to learn, like hiragana. If you've learned hiragana, then katakana should be no problem. As for the kanji signs, I don't know much so maybe someone else can help.

I'll do one to get you started.. 「メガネ 」 is "megane" which means glasses (the kind for seeing). ;)
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Post by Spaztick » Fri 06.03.2005 10:08 am

The one that says eiwa means Japanese and English. And one says (in Kanji) eikaigo - Business English. Is this like an English learning sectinon of town?
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RE: Hi!

Post by Sapphiregirl » Fri 06.03.2005 12:40 pm

what does "eiwa"mean?

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Post by Spaztick » Fri 06.03.2005 7:58 pm

英 is the ei, it means center sometimes, but in this case it means english
和 means peace or harmony, and it used to be part of the old name for japan: 大和, great harmony (pronounced daiwa, but the old way of saying it was yamato).

So, togethere 英和 means english-japanese, or Japanese and English.
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