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daremo wa nihonjin desu ka? anyone japanese?

Postby namiko » Sun 04.03.2005 10:28 am

is anybody heranyone here japanese? i have so many questions!:p
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Postby Daisuke » Sun 04.03.2005 11:23 am

I have not run into any Japanese people on this site yet.
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Postby namiko » Sun 04.03.2005 11:25 am

me either! thats why i posted this. i want to meet a nihonjin, cause i need nihongo help:)
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Postby Daisuke » Sun 04.03.2005 11:28 am

There are alot of non-nihongo's who can help you here.
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Postby namiko » Sun 04.03.2005 11:32 am

i would like to know how to make tripple subject sentences, and paragraphs. i also want to know what it is like for japanese to learn english:D
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Postby haru » Sun 04.03.2005 1:27 pm

once i did see someone with the location tokyo but not sure if they were japanese or not they had what i thought a japanese username
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Postby Smooth » Mon 04.04.2005 12:29 am

Boku wa Nihonjin de wa arimasen, dakedo Dominicanujin desu yo.

Also my current girlfriend is 100% Japanese. (Trust me, I checked) Not that it matters, for gramatical questions you could definitly ask away. In fact there are a few of my Japanese friends that come to this site, but they don't post here.

I have a challenge with my good friend Kiyo that I can pass the Level 2 JLPT this year and that he won't. Which would be good because he is a well known singer out here and never really went to college and didn't pay much attention in school. So he knows hardly any Kanji and I always have to teach him. It's a riot.

Either way, we have on the line a trip to Amsterdam. If I pass the Level 2 this year he'll pay for a round trip for both of us to go to Amsterdam. And if I don't, I pay. If we both pass we throw a big party in Tokyo. If we both fail we are going to do something really embarassing that I won't write about at the moment. lol!

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Postby toryn » Mon 04.04.2005 8:31 am

namiko wrote:
i would like to know how to make tripple subject sentences, and paragraphs. i also want to know what it is like for japanese to learn english:D


The latter part I guess you need a nihonjin for, but what do you mean by triple subject sentences?
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Postby namiko » Mon 04.04.2005 10:39 am

well, i meant like putting more than one subject in a sentence, making it sound more fluet, for example: "i was just walking, and saw a beutiful bird with red wing and i said..." is what i meant. i also just wanted to meet a native just to ask a couple culture questions. i know i could ask a gaijin. ;)
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Postby Smooth » Tue 04.05.2005 2:15 am

are you sure you are 13???????
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Postby Shibakoen » Tue 04.05.2005 10:50 pm

I was thinking the same thing.
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