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RE: History/Literature

Post by coco » Wed 03.08.2006 6:05 pm

どういたしまして。 :)

I believe your group members also help you.
Please try to translate , then post on the "trial" thread in the History/Literature section.
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RE: History/Literature

Post by clay » Wed 03.08.2006 10:29 pm

Wow! Great stuff. I have been busy upgrading the shopping cart.
What if Clay could get the books for us, and we order them from the order site of the Japanese page? Then we could be supporting the Japanese page while we studied. Would that be doable?
Actually, I will be happy to import any title and offer it to everyone at cost. Unfortunately after shipping it to Florida, the actual cost is usually at or more than the cover (depends on the publisher a little). But most 100 page novels aren't too expensive maybe 400-500 yen.

If we could come up with several titles, I can start getting them coming. Having ISBN numbers are the easiest, but if not, titles are fine. It will take 1-3 months for the books to come in.

Also how many people would be interested in a copy?

Sounds like fun. I really need to start reading again. I am pretty lazy, so it would be nice to read 'with' others. ;)

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RE: History/Literature

Post by tanuki » Thu 03.09.2006 12:24 am

Hey, this looks interesting! I would like to be in group C, please!

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RE: History/Literature

Post by zengargoyle » Thu 03.09.2006 12:41 am

woohoo! i missed all the recent happenings due to heavy workload, but count me in for group C!

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RE: History/Literature

Post by ss » Thu 03.09.2006 5:08 am

SaigoNoBan さん, ご返事、ありがとうございました。:)
No problem, we await your support and encouragement after your busy stuffs ...... do join in and thanks in advanced !

Instead of posting a reply here, like wise, Mystique san will help as much as he can. So, learners, please enter the chat room if you can to ask questions pertaining to the Trial sentences given by Coco san. :)

Clay san wrote
Also how many people would be interested in a copy?
So long as it is recommended, count me in and thanks ! :)
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RE: History/Literature

Post by Txkun » Fri 03.10.2006 7:25 pm

Just noted now the posts... wonderful idea! please count me in group C! :D

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RE: History/Literature

Post by richvh » Fri 03.10.2006 7:37 pm

TXkun - see the Trial thread.
Richard VanHouten

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RE: History/Literature

Post by alex_2096 » Sat 03.11.2006 11:01 am

another MR. Group C is here.. only just found this thread by the links clay put on the front page. I read the rules etc in the 'trial' thread. so thinking im ready to give it ago

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RE: History/Literature

Post by lucky419 » Sun 03.12.2006 2:52 pm

I just saw the link on the main page and I came to check it out. This is an excellent idea and I hope I can still get in. If this is still open for membership I would like to get into the "C-group".

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RE: History/Literature

Post by cybermat » Mon 03.13.2006 12:08 am

This is an awesome idea. Please put me in Group C if membership is still open.

I have been reading this story 泣いた赤おに. It was recommended by my Japanese friends. Apparently, this story is very famous. I haven't gotten far in it because I need to use my dictionary constantly. Hopefully I will get through it.

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RE: History/Literature

Post by Rael » Mon 03.13.2006 3:36 pm

Im going to assume that there is still time to join up, and if so i would very much like to to so...
I guess that i would count as group C also..

Will i have to do something more, or is that enough, am i in?
I haven't really read any of the rules in the aforementioned "trial-thread", i suppose i will do that now, and hope that i dont find any catches, as i need a new way of studying after the same technique for weeks now.. :)

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RE: History/Literature

Post by Frumious Boojum » Tue 03.14.2006 12:01 pm

I'm also in... I'll have to put myself in group C as well for the moment.

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RE: History/Literature

Post by coco » Sat 03.25.2006 11:49 am

大谷晃一 著『大阪学』をご紹介します。

とりあえず値切り、合理的で非社会的。マクド? レイコー?
全国に跋扈する大阪人の感覚って一体? 習慣、言葉、歴史、
文庫: 228 p ; サイズ(cm): 15 x 11
出版社: 新潮社 ; ISBN: 4101382212 ; (1996/12)


* 東京人は「MacDonald」をマックと略し、大阪人は「マクド」と略します。東京人は冷たいコーヒーを「アイスコーヒー」と呼ぶのが一般的ですが大阪では「レイコー」と呼ぶのが一般的なのだそうです。



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RE: History/Literature

Post by Inu Yasha » Sun 03.26.2006 9:17 pm

coco さん、
Can I join group C and what should I do next?

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RE: History/Literature

Post by fragulistic » Mon 04.10.2006 10:12 pm

I would like to join the c group or maybe the b group. I'm not sur ewhich I am.

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