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Ohhh boy...

Postby TokyoRoze » Fri 03.11.2005 10:57 am

Particles Particles Particles and Things u add too the end of verbs to change the meaning....Can someone help or give me a site to help?
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Postby Daisuke » Fri 03.11.2005 11:05 am

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Postby Spaztick » Fri 03.11.2005 12:54 pm

Ooohhhh darlin'
Please believe me
I'll never do you
No wro-ong
Believe me when I tell you
I'll never make it - alone!

- John Lennon, Oh Darlin'
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Postby Kodi » Fri 03.11.2005 6:06 pm

ok... that was pretty random... :p

anyways. japanese shop seems good. Amazon.co.uk sells it for £7.50 for me in the UK... I think I need to buy that too. Along with maybe some others.
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Postby Daisuke » Fri 03.11.2005 7:33 pm

Spaztick wrote:
Ooohhhh darlin'
Please believe me
I'll never do you
No wro-ong
Believe me when I tell you
I'll never make it - alone!

- John Lennon, Oh Darlin'


What.. ?
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Postby ben » Fri 03.11.2005 8:54 pm

I agree with Daisuke.

WHAT???
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RE: Ohhh boy...

Postby TokyoRoze » Sat 03.12.2005 12:52 pm

wtf thanks :(
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Postby toryn » Tue 03.15.2005 8:07 am

http://www.mindspring.com/~kimall/Japan ... icles.html

There's a site on particles which seems to look alright. I just looked up 'Japanese particles' on Google and it came up with a host of possible sites.

I don't really know any verb-specific sites, but I'm in the process of typing up grammar points from my textbook, I'd be happy to send you the list when I'm done. From what you said I take it you mean changing the end of a verb to say things like if/when, easy/hard to do, that sort of stuff? In the mean time I guess you could just browse Japanese language pages until you find what you're looking for. Good luck, TokyoRoze.

EDIT: Maybe you could skim the lessons on http://www.japaneselearning.com/index.php. The text formatting looks dodgy (it's justified instead of aligned left) but it might be worth a look.
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Postby TokyoRoze » Tue 03.15.2005 11:07 am

Cool thanks alot. domo arigato gozaimasu
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Postby haru » Tue 03.15.2005 4:22 pm

i like that song allot but i have to say wtf as well

anyway

its pretty easy to understand most of the particle stuff so here is another good site to go to, if you go to lessons on their on certain lesson it will give you deep explanations of what the berv and stuff


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Postby Matsumoto_hideto » Thu 03.17.2005 12:54 am

Ironicaly enough i recently was at a borders were a saw a 300 page book just dedicated to japanese particles!
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