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RE: Practising via manga

Postby Sauna addict » Fri 09.07.2007 9:52 am

:o

:D Woah! I didn't know that about the touch thing, very...erm...Suzumiya-san wants to comment...

http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c98/PestilentEngine/HaruhiJapPage-1.jpg

Suzummiya-sanそうか?
Is that so? 

面白いよ・・・・
That's interesting...


Kanji:

面白い - omoshiro(i) - interesting, amusing


EDIT: Fix'd.
Aikido calls, gotta go... ;)
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby richvh » Fri 09.07.2007 9:59 am

面白いだよ->面白いよ* or 面白いですよ (since you used a polite form in the first line); don't use だ after い adjectives.
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby Sauna addict » Fri 09.07.2007 10:17 am

richvh wrote:
面白いだよ->面白いよ* or 面白いですよ (since you used a polite form in the first line); don't use だ after い adjectives.


Should I use そうか? then? I can't make questions with だ, but I don't want to be too polite either (this time).
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby richvh » Fri 09.07.2007 10:33 am

You could use そうか?, but そうなの? might be more appropriate (I haven't watched that anime, so don't know what kind of language she uses.)
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby Sauna addict » Fri 02.08.2008 4:40 pm

:D Thread necromancy is amazing thing, isn't it? Well anyhoo, let's get down to business...

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"Today good weather is because...game play"
"Since today is good weather...I'll go play (some computer) games."

草- くさ - grass

屋根- やね - roof

日 - ひ, にち, か- -day, Sun, Sunday, counter for days, sunlight
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby hyperconjugated » Fri 02.08.2008 4:51 pm

Cute.

You might need to use na with node though.
今日はいい天気なので、
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby katafei » Fri 02.08.2008 4:55 pm

久しぶりですね。。。
Hi Sauna addict..., your manga made me laugh.
But I wonder if ですね wouldn't be more naturally than ですので
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby Sauna addict » Fri 02.08.2008 5:02 pm

hyperconjugated wrote:
You might need to use na with node though.
今日はいい天気なので、


I thougth it was only with non-conjugated nouns and na-adjectives. Can someone confirm this?

hyperconjugated wrote:
But I wonder if ですね wouldn't be more naturally than ですので


ので is needed to give a reason for the second sentence.

....I think.
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby tanuki » Fri 02.08.2008 5:02 pm

I don't think one would talk to himself using masu-forms. Plain speech should be appropiate.
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby leergierig » Fri 02.08.2008 6:36 pm

Nice manga, Sauna addict.

I don't want to be nitpicky, but isn't there a dakuten missing in your manga? I think it should be ゲーム and not ケーム.

Anyways, keep up the good work!
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby Yudan Taiteki » Fri 02.08.2008 9:43 pm

いい天気ですので is used in Japanese, but it's extremely polite. It's at a higher level of politeness than using -masu forms at the end of sentences. いい天気なので works fine there.
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RE: Practising via manga

Postby Yudan Taiteki » Sat 02.09.2008 12:01 am

でてた is a shortened form of 出ていた, not 出てきた.

I think this thread is supposed to be about people drawing manga, but maybe either one is OK.
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Re: Practising via manga

Postby xhilononi234 » Sat 03.22.2008 9:52 pm

Why is となり used? I thought that it could only be used by things that are similar, unless by ''toilet'' you mean "bathroom." In that case, I get it becase the music room and bathroom are both rooms (presumably) in the same building.
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Re: Practising via manga

Postby Sairana » Sun 03.23.2008 3:54 am

xhilononi234 wrote: unless by ''toilet'' you mean "bathroom."


トイレ is exactly that. :) Took me a while to realize you were responding to the very first post in this 4-page thread, though.
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Re: Practising via manga

Postby Candy-Stars » Mon 04.28.2008 7:18 pm

I hope it is okay that I am posting my own comic in this? :(
I tried to make it very simple. Please let me know if I made any mistakes. Thank you very much.

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Situation: Two friends are together. The girl is upset about something and the boy is concerned.

Boy:
Doshita no?
"What is wrong?"

Girl:
Hah---
[It's like a sigh]
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