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Postby Shizukana Kaze » Sun 07.21.2013 1:42 pm

こんにちわ、サウジアラビア出身!。。

僕は初心者だ。日本語を学ぶことは私の趣味をなりました :D 。僕は日本語を学ぶことのサイトを探していた。そして、最後にこのサイトを見つけた :shock: !そして、僕はこれでほんとに幸せです!

ほんとにありがとうございます! :bow:


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Re: Hello!

Postby SomeCallMeChris » Mon 07.22.2013 10:25 pm

TJPへようこそ!
はじままして、どうぞよろしくお願いします。
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Re: Hello!

Postby Ongakuka » Tue 07.23.2013 3:45 am

TJPへようこそ!

自分の力で日本語を学ぶ人にとっては、このサイトが一番いいかもしれません。なぜかというと、そういう人がたくさん集まるサイトだから。

おたがい、がんばりましょう✩ よろしくお願いします! :D
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Re: Hello!

Postby Shiroisan » Tue 07.23.2013 9:54 am

TJPを選んでうれしかった
最後にこのサイトを見つけた :shock:


" :shock: "って...文法より顔文字をもっと適当に使うように注意してね  :neutral:  
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Shiroisan -_-

Postby Shizukana Kaze » Tue 07.23.2013 11:59 am

通常スマイリーフェイスを使用しません。。 :/
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Re: Hello!

Postby Shiroisan » Tue 07.23.2013 5:09 pm

I just read your signature. Here we go:

Firstly pick either to be formal/polite or not, you were sort of switching between the two here and that doesn't really make sense.
こんにち、サウジアラビアの出身です!。。

僕は初心者です。日本語を学ぶことは私の趣味なりました :D 。日本語を学ぶことのサイトを探していました。そして、最後についに(I believe that's what you meant?)このサイトを見つけました :shock:
The next sentence you used was odd, so I'll supply a very standard sentence structure:
ついにこのサイトを見つけて、よかったです! Translation: It's great/ I'm glad I found this site finally!
てよかった is often used about verbs you were happy/glad/ thought it was good that happened.

Also "しあわせ" means more of a lasting happiness/ bliss type of deal, which you may or may not have intentionally meant to say, but usually to say we're glad/happy about something like finding a website you'd use "うれしい".

Lastly you referred to yourself with "I" words 4 times in a very short amount of time. Since it's a self-introduction it's already very clear who you're talking about, so it sounds kind of redundant to say "I" that many times in Japanese. It's possible, but I would try to lose that habit.
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Re: Hello!

Postby Shizukana Kaze » Tue 07.23.2013 6:58 pm

Your talking so cruelly, Harsh.

Did I do something so bad?
Do you bear any grudge on me?

I kind of regret posting this introduction thing..
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Re: Hello!

Postby Shiroisan » Tue 07.23.2013 7:26 pm

Shizukana Kaze wrote:Your talking so cruelly, Harsh.

Did I do something so bad?
Do you bear any grudge on me?

I kind of regret posting this introduction thing..


Me?!? I thought that's what you wanted.... when I read your signature I thought..?

Ok I won't do it again sorry not sure what you wanted :sweatdrop:
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Re: Hello!

Postby clay » Tue 07.23.2013 7:50 pm

Shizukana Kaze, you should be grateful for Shiroisan's post. Learning a language is all about making mistakes--and believe me we ALL make plenty of mistakes. It's best to just laugh and learn from them. :D
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Re: Hello!

Postby jimbreen » Tue 07.23.2013 7:56 pm

clay wrote:Shizukana Kaze, you should be grateful for Shiroisan's post. Learning a language is all about making mistakes--and believe me we ALL make plenty of mistakes. It's best to just laugh and learn from them. :D


Exactly! That's how kids become fluent - they make mistakes and their elders (usually parents) correct them. Cruel? Harsh? No, it's just life.

(Everything Shiroisan wrote is very relevant. Don't ignore that advice.)

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Postby TJP no Koibito » Tue 07.23.2013 8:37 pm

True True :)

aaaand.. Welcome!
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Re: Hello!

Postby Shizukana Kaze » Tue 07.23.2013 9:42 pm

Sorry Shiroisan. I guess I was a little bit childish.
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