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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby Mana_Wannabe » Wed 04.26.2006 2:05 am

わたしは名前ニックです。 Lol error! ^^; わたしはなまえにっくです。 OK! ^^;;;
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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby hungryhotei » Wed 04.26.2006 5:10 am

Did you read this thread?
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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby nikoniko » Wed 04.26.2006 9:05 am

私の名前はニックです。My name is Nick.

私はニックです。I am Nick.

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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby Mana_Wannabe » Wed 04.26.2006 9:30 pm

Also! In your sig, like mos people showed there's no spaces in writing japanese. I used to think it had spaces ^^; Though this rule only abides unless you're using romaji... I think ^^; lol I'm a n00b :P Well it looks right from what I saw.
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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby Naikou » Thu 04.27.2006 11:50 am

There aren't spaces in Japanese, ever. Unless in kiddey grade books, and even then, spaces are abandonded pretty soon, because there just aren't any spaces in written japanese. Want to know why? Because, once you learn Kanji, you won't need spaces. By just skimming the kanji, and just seeing the hiragana beside it in a flash, you will correctly read a sentence, if you are proficient enough. In english, we need to read the whole word, even though we also just look at the consonants, and fill in the vowels as we see fit.

Try to get those kanji into your head as soon as possible, because texts in full hiragana are annoying to read and to make. :D
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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby TokyoRoze » Fri 04.28.2006 7:24 pm

Geez just answer the kid LOL
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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby Machina Maw » Fri 04.28.2006 8:19 pm

Mana_Wannabe wrote:
わたしは名前ニックです。 Lol error! ^^; わたしはなまえにっくです。 OK! ^^;;;


Actually, both are wrong. The first one looks like it says "I am a name." The second one more so. If you have a foreign name, you don't write it in hiragana. You write it in katakana. ニック, not にっく. Also, you would use kanji for writing things like "わたし" (私) and "なまえ" (名前).

私の名前はニックです。
Watakushi no namae wa Nikku desu. (Grammatically correct, but sounds rather stiff and formal)

僕はニックです。
Boku wa Nikku desu. (Casual. Please note; 'boku' is a male term.).
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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby Mana_Wannabe » Tue 05.02.2006 12:17 am

>.< I've been thinking that for like so long rofl >.>;;;; So for me it'd be
僕は名前アミールです・ ?>。>; I think I got it wrong >-<
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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby WacKostRacKo » Tue 05.02.2006 3:12 am

Whats with everyone trying to put 名前 in?!!! is it because it sounds like 'name'?

the sentence is ' AB です'.

 は アミール です

I think everyone is getting confused with the two sentences and is mixing them together. ;)
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How about:

外人: これはすしです。すしが好きです。
日本人: おお!日本語が上手ですね。
外人: Erm....what?


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RE: can someone check my sig?

Postby Machina Maw » Tue 05.02.2006 6:10 am

Mana_Wannabe wrote:
>.< I've been thinking that for like so long rofl >.>;;;; So for me it'd be
僕は名前アミールです・ ?>。>; I think I got it wrong >-<


Yes. That's what boys say. In a more formal situation you would say 私 - watashi or watakushi. In a casual situation you could just say "アミールです".
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