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礼節の問題

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RE: opinion

Postby coco » Fri 02.24.2006 6:13 pm

特に,スレドの第一ポストに、こういう英語短縮が必要ではないかと思います。


Good point です。:) I think it's one of the solutions for the problem.
I like this kind of discussions that make this site much better.
Thanks for the comments. I respect your opinion,
Tony-chan P) :D

I edited my Japanese post which thread I made.
1) A name of the thread. "J-post" meant as "written in Japanese".
2) Added the excuse (rather than digest) of the post in English.

edited: subject name.
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RE: 礼節の問題

Postby coco » Fri 02.24.2006 7:26 pm

Infidel-san
I struggled the word "OP". OP for "original poster" ?
Infidel-san, How do you like あすなろ?
http://hinoki.ryu.titech.ac.jp/
They also have many usages.
I tried rikai.com ( input URL, right?) but I felt bit hard to understand with it. Because it focused 漢字or熟語.
So please feel free to ask which parts you didn't.


鉄扇。
「前の慣れはとっても便利と決めました。」
「時々慣れは失います」

↑ ここがわからなかった。

スレドを英語でまた投稿するのが進め? 
「勧め」vs「進め」。
Yes I think write 併記 is better.
Because it have a possibility that some members are struggling to figure out your Japanese. See? over 10000 people are struggling between 進め and 勧め just now . (冗談 :D )
だって、鉄扇君の書いた日本語の意味は一体どういうことだろうって、もがいている人がいる可柏ォがあるでしょう?
みて。10000人以上の人が、たった今、「勧め」と「進め」の間で苦労してるんだから。:D

鉄扇,I think you can give the tips for understanding my Japanese sentence to Japanese learner. :)
鉄扇君は日本語学習者に(対して)、私が書いた日本語を理解するためのコツを教えられると思うな。
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RE: 礼節の問題

Postby AJBryant » Fri 02.24.2006 7:53 pm

I respect your opinion, Tony-chan


お互い様です。P)

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