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Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby DragonKore » Sun 02.20.2005 4:27 am

[center]はじめまして。 わたし は アステイン です。 ・#92;五さい です。 どうぞよろしく おねがいします。

Nice to meet you all. I'm Austin and I'm 15 years old.

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I like the knew layout of the site...I'll try to come by often.

[ Edit: The kanji for じゅう isn't showing. :(
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby ShadowKun » Sun 02.20.2005 2:35 pm

I hope anyone isn't using translators, lol.
I learned Hiragana and Katakana, i just don't know how to TYPE it in.
I may be normal but I don\'t think so.
I\'ve been studying Japanese for 4 years, but forgot 2 years of it!! aghhh stupid spanish class sucked all of my japanese memory out...
Oh well. Expect me to correct people on thier grammar etc.
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby nyanya » Sun 02.20.2005 4:08 pm

Konnichiwa. Watashi no namae wa Sammy desu. (Nyanya dewa arimasen!) Amerikajin desu. Doozo yoroshiku. ;) That's about all I can say if that was right..
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby mrfusion » Fri 02.25.2005 12:35 am

こんばんば,

わたし あい すし!

I hope I said "Good evening, I love sushi!"

ふしおさん
(fusion san?)
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby ben » Fri 02.25.2005 1:00 am

yea! How do you type in hirigana, katakana and kanji (can you type in kanji) (sorry its been a long time since i have learned any japanese) (i used to take it in school though) (then i forgot) (but know i've been promised a trip to japan if i learn enough)
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby hihlordjp » Fri 02.25.2005 1:23 am

mrfusion wrote:
こんばんば,

わたし あい すし!

I hope I said "Good evening, I love sushi!"

ふしおさん
(fusion san?)


It's already afternoon over here so... こんにちは!

Well, you can say 私はお寿司を愛します!(わたしは おすしを あいします!), but I think it would sound awkward. I think saying 私はお寿司が大好きです!(わたしは おすしが だいすき です!)(" I really like sushi!" ) would be better.

Don't attach 〜さん to your own name as that's considered improper. Anyway, はじめまして!
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby ben » Fri 02.25.2005 1:42 am

how do you type in hiragana and katakana?
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby hihlordjp » Fri 02.25.2005 1:50 am

ben wrote:
how do you type in hiragana and katakana?


What OS are you on?
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...ジョウダンだよ。ヘヘ ^^;;

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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby Eric » Fri 02.25.2005 1:52 am

You have to download the part for internet explorer. Just go to update.microsoft.com and go to updates for your computer and select the japanese language pack.
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby ben » Fri 02.25.2005 2:01 am

arigatoo...
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby ben » Fri 02.25.2005 2:19 am

im using my school laptop and the administrators prohibit us from getting to the fonts so i cant get them but ill do it on my home computer.
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby mrfusion » Fri 02.25.2005 11:06 am

Doumo arigatou gozaimasu. I will study what you wrote and try to understand it.
This is only my third day leaning Japanese :)

Thanks for the tip about using 〜さん at the end. Is there a better
way to sign "mr fusion"?


hihlordjp wrote:
mrfusion wrote:
こんばんば,

わたし あい すし!

I hope I said "Good evening, I love sushi!"

ふしおさん
(fusion san?)


It's already afternoon over here so... こんにちは!

Well, you can say 私はお寿司を愛します!(わたしは おすしを あいします!), but I think it would sound awkward. I think saying 私はお寿司が大好きです!(わたしは おすしが だいすき です!)(" I really like sushi!" )

Don't attach 〜さん to your own name as that's considered improper. Anyway, はじめまして!
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby hihlordjp » Fri 02.25.2005 1:49 pm

mrfusion wrote:
Doumo arigatou gozaimasu. I will study what you wrote and try to understand it.
This is only my third day leaning Japanese :)

Thanks for the tip about using 〜さん at the end. Is there a better
way to sign "mr fusion"?


どういたしまして!

Maybe leaving it as Mr. Fusion would be OK. Or, you can use katakana, as in: ミスターフュション, so as not to have to attach 〜さん to your name.

There's a specialized kana combination in that transliteration (フュ). It's meant to sound like "fyu".
俺様は何時か此の地球の帝王に成るぞ!
...ジョウダンだよ。ヘヘ ^^;;

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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby mrfusion » Fri 02.25.2005 2:20 pm

doumo!
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RE: Practicing Introductions and Other Phrases

Postby mrfusion » Fri 02.25.2005 2:38 pm

Another question...

(I can't write in hiragana at this terminal, but I can ask anyway)

you wrote sushi as osushiwo, (four characters instead of 2)

Is there a reason why the longer one is more correct? I found the
two character spelling on the hiragana page for "su". Just curious.

doumo!
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