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Hye guys!

Postby lilysue » Wed 11.24.2010 9:15 pm

Hye guys!

i'm Lily..newbies here!..currently i'm working with Japanese company..need to learn the language as most of them is Japanese people ..hope can learn a lot here.. please show me the way.. :wink:
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Re: Hye guys!

Postby chikara » Wed 11.24.2010 9:52 pm

リリーさん、TJPへようこそ
Lily-san, TJP e youkoso :)

It would have been better if you had started a new introduction thread rather than hijack someone else's though. :)

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Re: Hye guys!

Postby phreadom » Wed 11.24.2010 10:07 pm

Split into its own thread. :)

Welcome Lily-san! :wave:
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Re: Hye guys!

Postby chikara » Wed 11.24.2010 10:16 pm

phreadom wrote:Split into its own thread. :) .....

phreadom-san, your admin jutsu is powerful. :ninja:

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Re: Hye guys!

Postby phreadom » Wed 11.24.2010 10:17 pm

Glad to be of service. :bow:
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Re: Hye guys!

Postby lilysue » Thu 11.25.2010 1:11 am

chikara wrote:リリーさん、TJPへようこそ
Lily-san, TJP e youkoso :)

It would have been better if you had started a new introduction thread rather than hijack someone else's though. :)

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tenkiu chikara-san~ still noob here..please show me the way..hehe :D

hye phreadom-san~ tenkiu..tenkiu..tenkiu..heee~ :bow:

really hope can learn Japanese laguange here.. :pray:
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Re: Hye guys!

Postby Dustin » Thu 11.25.2010 1:15 am

Welcome to TJP

Between the lessons, the forums, chat, and of course the PEOPLE I am sure you'll be able to start learning Japanese NO PROBLEM


ganbatte kudasai!
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Re: Hye guys!

Postby lilysue » Thu 11.25.2010 1:53 am

hye Dustin-san!

tenkiu..yeahhh i do found that the PEOPLE here are very friendly..

Arigato gozaimasu!
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Re: Hye guys!

Postby chikara » Thu 11.25.2010 2:45 am

lilysue wrote:tenkiu ....

What does "tenkiu" mean?

I know it means "thankyou" in Tok Pisin but according to your profile you are in Malaysia and your native language is English so I'm not sure why you'd be using Tok Pisin on a Japanese language forum. Is it used in a language spoken in Malaysia?

On this forum you could use "sankyuu" (サンキュー) :)

lilysue wrote:.... Arigato gozaimasu!

Arigatou gozaimasu :)
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Re: Hye guys!

Postby lilysue » Thu 11.25.2010 3:31 am

chikara wrote:
lilysue wrote:tenkiu ....
What does "tenkiu" mean?

I know it means "thankyou"

yeah its mean thank you..sorry for the short cut..didn't realize that.. :(

Tok Pisin
is it a language?
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Re: Hye guys!

Postby chikara » Thu 11.25.2010 9:02 am

lilysue wrote:yeah its mean thank you ....

In what language?

lilysue wrote:
chikara wrote:Tok Pisin
is it a language?

Yes, it is an official language of Papua New Guinea and is a form of pidgin English.
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