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Konnichiwa from Sydney

Postby @tk » Fri 02.18.2011 10:19 pm

i'm just a biginner of TJP so pls give me any advice that can help me getting start Japanese.
Suki duse kara, nihong ko ben kyo o shimasu ^.^
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Re: Konnichiwa from Sydney

Postby chikara » Sat 02.19.2011 1:24 am

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@tk wrote:.... pls give me any advice that can help me getting start Japanese ...

If you are going to type in romaji it is a good practice not to leave letters out, ie use kana spelling or wāpuro rōmaji. That way when you use the IME to input Japanese text you will get the correct results. For example, "benkyo" will not give 勉強 as a candidate yet "benkyou" will.

Although I admit I use "o" instead of "wo" for readability.

@tk wrote:.... Suki duse kara ...

What is "duse"?

@tk wrote:....nihong ko ben kyo o shimasu ...

nihongo no benkyou o shimasu
日本語の勉強をします

or you could say;
nihongo o benkyou shimasu
日本語を勉強します

ganbatte :)
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Re: Konnichiwa from Sydney

Postby phreadom » Sat 02.19.2011 2:04 am

My guess for "Suki duse kara, nihong ko ben kyo o shimasu ^.^" would be "Suki desu kara, nihongo o benkyou shimasu ^.^"

Which I think would mean something like "Since I love it, I'm studying Japanese", right? :)
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Re: Konnichiwa from Sydney

Postby chikara » Sun 02.20.2011 6:56 pm

phreadom wrote:My guess for "Suki duse kara, nihong ko ben kyo o shimasu ^.^" would be "Suki desu kara, nihongo o benkyou shimasu ^.^" ....

"dues" is "desu" :shock:

It is so obvious when you point it out. :mrgreen:

But "ko" being "o" and "o" being " " is still not clear. I still believe "ko" is "no". :)
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