Gundaetiapo-san Thank you for your corrections and teaching. Those are great helps, I really appreciate it.
Regarding "となる vs になる". This is the usage of となる( instead of になる。) from a proverb.＾＾
--Coco 17:53, 30 June 2007 (EDT)
ちり(塵)も積もれば山となる。= Penny and penny laid up will be many. /Many small make a great.
を書いて下さい。very polite expression! perfect.
I haven't finished the conditional talk page yet, I need to explain と as " discovery", another usage as a conjunction と( like 外に出る と 、急に雨が降り出しました。) I 'll try to add it later.
But could you do me a favor? I'd like you to expand the Conditionals page. You have the Nakama2(or other text books), and I assume you could understand what I tried to say in the conditional talk page. Most of them were not described correctly because of my English.
So I believe you can re-write it more smart way.
We don't need to be hurry. If you do that when you have time, it would be a great help.--Coco 21:33, 2 July 2007 (EDT)
- Gundeatiapo-san, my Note page is over 32kb. And I cannot edit it any more ＾＾;
- Thank you for the pronunciation's lesson.
- I realize that is famous " Here's Johnny". Thank you for introducing it. Was that the speech that Jack Nicholson spoke in the movie "Shining" ?
- To tell the truth, it sounds " heeeeeere's" rather than "herrrrre's" to me.
- I have already given up improving my pronunciations.
- Despite your useful explanation, my ears couldn't work. Here is results of the test.
- Not only R/L, vowels are awful.
- R/L 聞き分け 68％
- B/V 聞き分け 47%
- S/Th 聞き分け 75%
- 母音聞き分け 36%
- Would you mind trying that test and telling me your result? :) --Coco 06:21, 25 August 2007 (EDT)