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はじめまして!

Postby Terasu » Thu 08.25.2005 8:26 am

Hello everyone!
I'm fairly new to Nihongo, but slowly learning. I got interested after watching too much anime at university :o It's all good!
About me: 23-year old genetics graduate from Wales in the UK - look forward to learning much and making friends here,
Sayonara!
"Anata wa hitori ja nai"
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RE: はじめまして!

Postby Daisuke » Thu 08.25.2005 8:33 am

Welcome to the site, i hope you find it helpful. ;)
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RE: はじめまして!

Postby Daichi » Thu 08.25.2005 8:37 am

Konnichiwa Rei-san.
Ganbatte!
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RE: はじめまして!

Postby Terasu » Thu 08.25.2005 8:48 am

Thanks guys! :D
"Anata wa hitori ja nai"
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RE: はじめまして!

Postby AaRoN » Thu 08.25.2005 10:51 am

こんにちは レイーさん
がんばて
I don't understand.......Why can't i fly????
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RE: はじめまして!

Postby Christian_ » Thu 08.25.2005 12:02 pm

はじめましてとがんばって!:)
Goals:
1) Have decent proficiency in Japanese, enough to get around/talk/read/write.
2) Visit Japan for a week or so one summer.
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RE: はじめまして!

Postby Mariya » Thu 08.25.2005 12:11 pm

Konnichiwa, nice to have you here. I live in the UK too ^^ doesn't the lack of Anime and Japanese around here suck? ;)
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RE: はじめまして!

Postby Terasu » Thu 08.25.2005 1:00 pm

Mariya, I couldn't agree more!
Arigatou goziamasu to everyone who said "がんばて"!
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RE: はじめまして!

Postby Daichi » Thu 08.25.2005 1:01 pm

Mariya wrote:
I live in the UK too ^^ doesn't the lack of Anime and Japanese around here suck? ;)


There's plenty if you know where to look. Here in Newcastle most DVD shops have anime sections, and we've got a few specialist anime/manga shops. I'm sure there's some in London (and Wales, come to think of it).
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