こんにちは、みんあさん!

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p-e-r-r-i
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こんにちは、みんあさん!

Post by p-e-r-r-i » Wed 11.17.2010 2:15 pm

私のなまえはペリーです!
学校で日本語を勉強しています。私の日本語がすこし XD
アニメとまんががだいすき^^

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Re: こんにちは、みんあさん!

Post by Dustin » Wed 11.17.2010 4:19 pm

Welcome to TJP hope you enjoy your stay :D



PS みんあさん is incorrect, you either use みな or みんな ( both are less formal, usually it's みんな which is used of the 2 ) and さん can only be added to みな to create みなさん which is the polite and recommended usage unless talking to friends or a group of students as a teacher for example.

Good luck!

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Re: こんにちは、みんあさん!

Post by chikara » Wed 11.17.2010 5:33 pm

ペリーさん、TJPへようこそ  :)
p-e-r-r-i wrote:私のなまえはペリーです!
学校で日本語を勉強しています。私の日本語がすこし XD
アニメとまんががだいすき^^
Be careful not to mix politness levels. Your first two sentences are polite, ending in です and ~ます, but you second two sentences are informal. The last sentence should also end in です to be of the same politeness level as the first two.

Although I'm not sure about the sentence 私の日本語がすこし, "my Japanese small amount". Maybe 私の日本語すこしです would sound better, or even 私の日本語はすくないです :think:

Personally I usually say [私は]少し日本語が話せます。

がんばって  :)
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