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hello.....newbie

Postby Hoshiko mitsu » Mon 08.22.2005 6:12 pm

hi everyone

i was having trouble with japanses grammar and didn't want to wait till i got a book so i but "japanese grammar" in the yahoo search engine and found this incredibly helpful site.....i got way more than i wanted. i got flashcards from here and......man i just love this site.....i've been into japan/japanese since last november and finally i found an extremely helpful site.

i hope to get to know a lot of you and make lots of new friends that share the same interest in japanese:);)
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby AaRoN » Mon 08.22.2005 6:53 pm

wats the site called.....ohhh ur talking about this site lol
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby Hoshiko mitsu » Mon 08.22.2005 9:39 pm

lol

yeah i think i'ma change my name from theluvabuv
i use that user name for everything i do
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby Hoshiko mitsu » Mon 08.22.2005 9:56 pm

yeah thats more like it
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby njt » Mon 08.22.2005 10:02 pm

Welcome :)
Let us know what we can do for you, and try not to double post f^^;
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby Daisuke » Tue 08.23.2005 8:49 am

njt wrote:
Welcome :)
Let us know what we can do for you, and try not to double post f^^;


Yay, one of those who actually bothered reading the rules! ^.^
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby Hoshiko mitsu » Tue 08.23.2005 2:15 pm

i didn't double pos tdid i

i made two separate posts
one right after the other

i read the rules to :(
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby Christian_ » Tue 08.23.2005 2:23 pm

Hoshiko mitsu wrote:
i didn't double pos tdid i

i made two separate posts
one right after the other

Not to be mean (and i did it to) but, thats what double posting is. Putting one post after another without someone already replying to the first one. You can edit your posts too.
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby sakura_joshin » Tue 08.23.2005 4:13 pm

Yeah, this site is great. I wish it had more on vocabulary though... But I have yet to find a better resource for grammar and hiragana.
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RE: hello.....newbie

Postby Hoshiko mitsu » Wed 08.24.2005 10:13 pm

Kurisuchan wrote:
Hoshiko mitsu wrote:
i didn't double pos tdid i

i made two separate posts
one right after the other

Not to be mean (and i did it to) but, thats what double posting is. Putting one post after another without someone already replying to the first one. You can edit your posts too.


yeah i know you can edit

but i thought it was a choice...goodness
its not like i forgot to say it
it just seemed like a totally different thought so i gave it a new post
instead of adding it onto the prev. one

plus usually..well as long as i've been on forums
when you double post its usually because you pressed the "post reply" button one to many times accidentally and your one post comes out 2 or 3 times in a row simultaneously

there was like 2 minutes in between my two posts


oh well...wateva
i'll adhere to the rule
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