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Great book for Grammar

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RE: Great book for Grammar

Postby b4d0m3n » Wed 02.15.2006 2:15 am

Harisenbon wrote:
I'm not going to get into this, but I'm just befuddeled that there are people who think that romaji is better for reading than actual Japanese.

It just boggles my mind.
dattesaa,douyattekonofuuniyomeruno?
ro-majide,kanjimonaishi,supe-sumonaishi,
ironnnakakikatamoarushi. tatoeba,watashihaeikennohitodakara,
[shi]wokakukedo,futuunonihonnjinndattara[si]wokakudeshou?
soshite,nanndejoukyuunabunnpougaroma-jidekaitahougawakariyasui?
gyakuni,mottowakarinikuitoomou.
ukemikeiharoma-jidemottoyomiyasuikamoshirenaikedo,ukemikeiha
betunijoukyuujanai.

How was that?


That was an unrealistic example. Romaji has spaces.
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RE: Great book for Grammar

Postby hyperconjugated » Wed 02.15.2006 4:39 am

Harisenbon wrote:
Intermediate grammar covers most of the stuff you'll see on 2kyu. I don't think that it touches any of the ikkyu stuff though.


Thats good to know. Thanks m8.
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