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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby Axlen » Wed 09.26.2007 11:44 pm

I had to leave the last study group early last Saturday. Were there any assignments, ideas, etc?
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby queshaw » Thu 09.27.2007 1:26 pm

queshaw wrote:
I used this web page:

http://www.timezoneconverter.com/cgi-bin/tzc.tzc

to figure the time zone conversion. I gather I'm at GMT-7 (USA PST (or PDT, I don't know if this is the absurd daylight savings time now or not)), so I think 3PM GMT is 8AM Saturdays for me.

I should be able to attend next week. It seems like it will be good to force me to study.


I'm not going to attend after all. 8AM Saturday is a little too early for me, and I signed up for a Japanese course in which I'm supposed to have some access to tutoring staff.
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby sei » Fri 09.28.2007 6:43 pm

Just wanted to inform everyone that tomorrow I will not make it to the meeting.

The study group still stands for tomorrow though. Everyone should come and take doubts you have or so. I'd like if a post was made after it though, so everyone knows what was discussed in the meeting.
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby weirdo36 » Sat 09.29.2007 12:14 pm

We basicliy practiced around some. For next week we oughta look up some rules about particels and when to use them. Denus was especcially interested in when to use ni concerning time.

So for next week find usefull info about when to use particels like wa ga ni e he wo o and if you find good study materials about it be sure to post it here and let's practice some next week.
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby wststreet » Sat 09.29.2007 3:37 pm

DAMMIT :(( i missed it..... the power was out.. of all the days in this week, of all the hours in this day.... :(((
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby RE_START » Wed 10.03.2007 4:57 pm

[center]oOPS .. Image

i wanna jion this gruop .... Image

i guess it would be better if you open a room in the chat... just for the [[Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners) ]] Image

or ask them to open a section in the general forum for us ...Image


couse i really needs help ! i feel lost in here !

i had studed the hirgana & katakana and i don't know what to do next ! Image

it's really funny that i can read thing that i dont understand it ! loool Image


thanx for the great idea ... Image

i hope that i would join u all in the next meeting ..... Image


sayonara ...... Image[/center]
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby tanuki » Wed 10.03.2007 5:59 pm

Oh, God...
僕の下手な日本語を直してください。
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby weirdo36 » Thu 10.04.2007 1:28 pm

tanuki wrote:
Oh, God...


I agree.

At the poster above tanuki plz don't use l33tsp34k with 3xt3reme amount of spaces and emoticons _0 in youre post in a forum. extreme use of leetspeak and emoticons should only be used in msn conversations and in gaming.

anyway I hope you guys are all going to show up this week. And let's try to do some grammar around particels like when to use ni and e when talking about traveling to somewhere.
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby sei » Thu 10.04.2007 4:48 pm

:o

What is weird is that the group chat is created already... and a section in the forum? I don't get it...

Anyway, see you all saturday. If I can stay sober I'll go!... Just joking... :p
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby RE_START » Fri 10.05.2007 2:33 am

amount of spaces and emoticons _0 in youre post in a forum. extreme use of leetspeak and emoticons should only be used in msn conversations and in gaming.



sorry of being over acting ... ;)


What is weird is that the group chat is created already... and a section in the forum? I don't get it...



i didn't find the section !!! @_@

and i can't enter the chat .. there is some troubles in my computer !
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby wststreet » Sat 10.06.2007 5:07 pm

How was this saturday.... i'm sorry i missed it.. school is giving me a hard time managing my program..
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby sei » Fri 10.12.2007 1:09 pm

Ok, quick announcement. I won't be able to make this meetings as well. Have a research work to do and only time available between me and my collegues was saturday afternoon, which makes it impossible for me to go to the meeting.

This reason was why I wanted to set another moderator for the room besides myself. My course is heavier than I thought and I have plenty of work to do only after a week it has started... So I think I might not be able to go a lot.

Hopefully the meetings have been doing well.
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby weirdo36 » Fri 10.12.2007 4:19 pm

Behhh I say we will miss you we could have used some structure.
If only somebody willing to teach would arive out of nowhere and give us a helping hand.

Edit seems like im going to bate late today or i might not even be back in time before it ends so don't wait up for me.
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby MadeyeMike » Fri 10.12.2007 11:44 pm

I'd like to join if I can.
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RE: Study Group (Beginners and Upper-Beginners)

Postby wststreet » Sun 10.21.2007 6:13 am

MadeyeMike as far as i know anyone can join, sei is the one who organised this meeting..

If you want to join you can come at 4 PM GMT+1 in the chat, you can find information on how to connect here: http://www.thejapanesepage.com//readart ... cle_id=208

Btw... sorry i missed yesterday's meeting, but i practiced hiragana all week, hope you won't hate me for missing so many meetings...

[Edit]

I also should thank Ph3nd, he gave me a link to a story... "The Story of Momotarou" and i made it from hiragana to romaji with very few mistakes, i also understood many kanji. So many thanks to Ph3nd.. i printed that story and took it to school, i have some classes when i pretty much do nothing, and i started practicing then.
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