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New guy - おっし

Postby Space1991 » Mon 05.16.2011 1:14 am

Yeah, I'm new and am a beginner (posted in my blog about my level), been casually learning for about a month or so now - Native language is English, Yeah.

どうぞよろしく :)
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Re: New guy - おっし

Postby chikara » Mon 05.16.2011 3:12 am

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Space1991 wrote:おっし

:?
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Re: New guy - おっし

Postby Space1991 » Mon 05.16.2011 1:51 pm

Spelling mistake, meant to say おっす, I never thought to check (I use Roman letter input).
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Re: New guy - おっし

Postby chikara » Mon 05.16.2011 6:47 pm

Space1991 wrote:Spelling mistake, meant to say おっす ...

I'm not sure that おっす is a suitable greeting to use with strangers of both sexes. :think:

Space1991 wrote:.... I use Roman letter input ....

Most people do. :)

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Re: New guy - おっし

Postby Space1991 » Tue 05.17.2011 1:35 am

Aye, If I'm honest I only know two words like that.... I know it's males that use おっす normally, not sure when it is and isn't used... You're probably right though I don't really get any native interaction I just didn't want to use a greeting I would normally use that was only relevant to a certain time of day... since you could have been reading at any time :) , Anyway it's only an introduction.... I'm sure I'll pick up more greetings in time when I speak it more regularly... :)
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