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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby Sachi » Sat 09.23.2006 10:40 pm

So 8AM (for me) tomorrow morning? I'll try to come on this time. I'm really not sure if I can make it (so tired lately, it's my long weekend xD Plus, the computer's in my parents room, who are at a party until 12 tonight... They'll definately sleep in...), but I hope I can!! :)
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby Christian_ » Sun 09.24.2006 12:05 am

I'll try to join too, but 8 am is a little early, I'll definately be in by 11 East US, I doubt anyone will be on by then though.
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby SaverS » Sun 09.24.2006 8:04 am

:( it won't let me connect...a little help
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby Sachi » Sun 09.24.2006 8:18 am

I'm having some trouble, too... Did I get the room name wrong (JLPT4), or is the server down right now?
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby tanuki » Sun 09.24.2006 8:35 am

The room's name is jlpt.4.study.group
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby ss » Sun 09.24.2006 10:43 am

Tanuki wrote
Haha, "¡grande!" used in that situation sounds like Argentinian slang. I wonder if that's what you intended. ;)


Sí, Cap'n Tanuki, yo hablo La Argentina Español ! Slang.. Slang.. Slang … P)

Yo comprendo al mi amigo Julia cuando ella habla español, y ella me comprendo cuando yo habla la lengua. Ella dijo:"No es favor. Ud. habla Español bastante bien."

Yo estudio Español en la universidad…....( se olvidó mucho ) …… ^^;
Pues, Ése es todo por hoy. Adiós ahora.

Muchas gracias (hehe... B) )
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby prep_girl_Nessa » Sun 09.24.2006 2:29 pm

SS wrote:
Tanuki wrote
Haha, "¡grande!" used in that situation sounds like Argentinian slang. I wonder if that's what you intended. ;)


Sí, Cap'n Tanuki, yo hablo La Argentina Español ! Slang.. Slang.. Slang … P)

Yo comprendo al mi amigo Julia cuando ella habla español, y ella me comprendo cuando yo habla la lengua. Ella dijo:"No es favor. Ud. habla Español bastante bien."

Yo estudio Español en la universidad…....( se olvidó mucho ) …… ^^;
Pues, Ése es todo por hoy. Adiós ahora.

Muchas gracias (hehe... B) )





Ah! I actually understood that! Maybe I do remember some spanish... That makes me happy :)

Um, did anyone make a log or something? Because I fell asleep and couldn't come on. I was just wondering if anyone had a copy of it.
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby tanuki » Sun 09.24.2006 2:48 pm

Slang is cool. :)

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Anyway, today we learned about the differences between だけ and しか, and we also discussed the usage of あげる and くれる.

Here is a link to the log: Log

Many thanks to the people who came to learn and explain!
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby datdo » Sun 09.24.2006 3:50 pm

aaaaaaaaa I can never come because of my SAT classes in the morning...I detest 6 hour classes...
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby zengargoyle » Sun 09.24.2006 4:43 pm

we now have a {utc} tag for linking times to an outside page that gives the equivalent localtime for many locations. maybe someday it will use Javascript to just popup a little window with the users localtime equivalent...

{utc}YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm{/utc} ( replace {} with [] )

there can be stuff before the YYYY and/or after the mm.
MM, DD, hh can have the leading '0' if any dropped, 2006/09/24 9:05 == 2006/9/24 09:05.
time is in 24-hour format only. time must be given in UTC(GMT) timezone.

{utc}2006/9/24 12:00{/utc}
[utc]2006/9/24 12:00[/utc]
{utc}Sunday 2006/9/24 12:00{/utc}
[utc]Sunday 2006/9/24 12:00[/utc]
{utc}2006/9/24 12:00 meeting{/utc}
[utc]2006/9/24 12:00 meeting[/utc]
{utc}Sunday 2006/9/24 12:00 meeting{/utc}
[utc]Sunday 2006/9/24 12:00 meeting[/utc]
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby coco » Sun 09.24.2006 9:14 pm

あ。 こいう形でlogが出されるとは…。

くれる、あげる もらうについては
http://homepage3.nifty.com/i-yasu/Lesson19.htm
http://homepage3.nifty.com/i-yasu/Lesson-e19.htm
下が英語版。

http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~haseg ... verbs.html

http://www.language-global.com/quiztest ... ammar2.htm
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追記:
I think this threadis useful to learn だけ/しか.
also here "time defintions + しか".
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby ss » Thu 09.28.2006 10:41 am

Tanuki-san, thank you very much for your " Log of the Link " ;) :D

I can make it this Sunday (1 Oct 06) . Shall we meet again ?
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby tanuki » Thu 09.28.2006 2:25 pm

You're welcome. :)

I'm pretty sure I'll be able to make it this Sunday.
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby Shado » Thu 09.28.2006 4:59 pm

I'll probably make it this Sunday as well. (Given that I wake up early)
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RE: JLPT4 chat study group

Postby Txkun » Thu 09.28.2006 6:28 pm

I'll be there. :)
I'll put a preliminary note on wiki too.
Thanks tanuki for great work... i saw log and i'm looking forward to studying it.
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