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Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby rincewind » Fri 08.11.2006 7:23 pm

I was reading a thread that someone created in order to have their Japanese handwriting evaluated. A suggestion was made to create a generic thread for this purpose, so everyone could post their handwriting. It seems that this was never done, so i thought i would create it.
Of course, creating this thread suggests that i should be posting my own handwriting along with it, but i'll save that for later...:p
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby anikaliki » Fri 08.11.2006 8:06 pm

hey I read that thread a while ago and I thought someone would do something by now. Once I can get my writing on here I'll put it up.
Finally!
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby magma » Fri 08.11.2006 8:25 pm

Yeah, I'll post my handwriting!

...as soon as I learn how to read it.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Sapphiregirl » Fri 08.11.2006 9:18 pm

ok, i'll go first then!
It may be illegible though...

It is supposed to say:
konbanwa,
watashi wa burianka desu.
watashi ga ongaku kitte inagara,
nihongo o benkyou shitte imasu.
matsu takako no sakura no ame ga suki.

(English)
Good evening,
I'm brianka. I am studying japanese
while listening to music. I like matsu takako's
sakura no ame (Cherry Blossom's rain).

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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby magma » Fri 08.11.2006 10:12 pm

I can read it! Given the fact that you apparently wrote using a mouse, it's surprisingly legible. ;)

Non-handwriting-related issues:

I suggest putting Japanese quotation marks around the song title.

I also recommend not using watashi ga in the second sentence, since that's like saying "I am studying Japanese and listening to music...". You can just drop the watashi there, I think, since we already know you're talking about yourself.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby KNH » Fri 08.11.2006 10:34 pm

This is a test I took back in Japanese I. I already had it scanned in my computer, so I figured I'd just use that.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby richvh » Fri 08.11.2006 11:23 pm

Rather than きっていながら, it should be ききながら
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby AJBryant » Fri 08.11.2006 11:53 pm

This is a test I took back in Japanese


Your Japanese is better than the teacher's English. :)


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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Oracle » Sat 08.12.2006 12:39 am

Pretty good! Definately legilble. I'd work on your か and が a bit though - the horitzonal part of the stroke should be extending all the way through and out the left hand side
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby rincewind » Sat 08.12.2006 4:36 am

I didn't expect such feedback within a single night! This is awesome! :D
You guys are great at the ol' handwriting.
I have some of the paper that the Japanese use to practise Kanji, so i'm going to use it to write all the Kanji that i know. I would have posted it already, but i recently changed my printer and this doesn't have scanning abilities.
It'll come soon, i promise! :p
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Ongakuka » Sat 08.12.2006 8:30 am

Oh yes I was going to make this thread but I forgot:@

I don't understand how to post a pic that isn't already on the internet. Could someone help me out?:|
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby richvh » Sat 08.12.2006 8:35 am

Same way you do it for your sig picture - find a host and upload it.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby JMelchiades » Sat 08.12.2006 9:10 am

I want to post mine, but I don't have scanner and when I took photos with my digicam it don't work so well. Well, anyway, I'll try to solve my problems and post it. >< I've been thinking that I would really want to have my calligraphy examined by "pros". ;P
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Infidel » Sat 08.12.2006 9:33 am

JMelchiades wrote:
I want to post mine, but I don't have scanner and when I took photos with my digicam it don't work so well. Well, anyway, I'll try to solve my problems and post it. >< I've been thinking that I would really want to have my calligraphy examined by "pros". ;P


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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Ongakuka » Sat 08.12.2006 10:09 am

Same way you do it for your sig picture - find a host and upload it.


Well Zeo was the brains behind that whole episode. In fact he made the whole thing- impressive huh?

Man I sure hope this works. (I know since I said that it isn't going to work;))

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Ok, you have to click on it- and it works! *dances*
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