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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Quote Originally Posted by godsown
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    etto... mina-san no shumi wa nan desu ka?
    Watashi wa romaji ga daikirai desu yo!
    Onegai! Wakarimasen !!!!
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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sage_Se'von
    ah! sumimasen ga...nan te ittan da yo? i told u im not that far yet but wait till later imma be blowin yall up wit japanese ^_^
    It should be "nani o imashita(-tta) no?"

    If you're trying to be brash, or super-casual, don't bother using "sumimasen". Likewise, in a formal situation, you wouldn't want something rude-sounding like "nani itten'dayo" to follow a "sumimasen"...



    BTW, a question : Is it common to use "nani ni tsuite hanashiteru no"? Or would people just say "nani hanashiteru no"? They're not very different, IMO, but I noticed the former one in Making Out In Japanese, and wondered if there was something more to it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HieisLove
    Onegai! Wakarimasen !!!!
    He meant to say...

    "Um... what are everyone's hobbies? I really hate romaji!"



    What a sudden switch, from hobbies to hating romaji...
    Last edited by blue_rebel; Jul 17, 2006 at 08:26 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    OI! Konban wa! Ogenki desu ka?

    Hee! Aa, arigato!! Gomen nasai. Shirimashita.
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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Quote Originally Posted by godsown
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    etto... mina-san no shumi wa nan desu ka?
    Watashi wa romaji ga daikirai desu yo!
    Hey, I responded to you before ^^; Ano..atashi no shumi... ja, hon o yomukoto to e o egakukoto to eiga mirukoto ga suki desu. Aa, mochiron anime o mirukoto ga suki desu nee ^.^

    And random note, but I don't mind roomaji. Though the more I get use to kana the weirder it looks ^^;

    Quote Originally Posted by blue_rebel
    Erm, I don't think "itadakeru" would work for that. It'd probably go something like... "(object) o itaru to, atashi no heya ni oite kureru?"

    I don't know if "itaru" is the right word here...
    That's okay ^^ I think there may be a way - I saw an example somewhere as I was searching for the sentence structure, but didn't save it. Guess I'll have to retrace my footsteps ^^; I got the idea though when I saw "Kite itadakemasen ka"
    Hm...looking at that example makes me wonder if you could put 'kureru' in -te form and get the same results... Thanks though, blue_rebel-san =)
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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Sure, you can use "kurete". "Kurete" is more of a gentle command while "kureru" uses a more... questioning tone. And from experience, I've come to notice that words in -ru form are used when referring to yourself (e.g. "matteru" as opposed to telling someone else, "mattete")... which is probably best explained by the fact that the words in -te form denote a kind of order, and you don't give yourself orders, in that sense. (Am I making sense?? ^^;

    Kite itadakemasen... erm, wouldn't that be the same as kite kuremasen? "Itadakeru" is probably just a more formal way of using "kureru" in that context. I don't know. Just a guess. If that's so, though, you can probably say "atashi no heya ni oite itadakemasen ka".


    @ godsown : Atashi no shumi nee... LG to onaji da yo. ^^ A, shashin o torukoto mo suki yo! Soshite, taberukoto to nerugoto to....................... (buta mitai XD)
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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Un, soo... etto... gomen. annou mina-san, nan-jin desu ka?

    Oh ya sorry I just really hate righting in romaji because I so use to writing in hiragana and kanji.... you guys don't mind if I practice with you?

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    いいよいいよ、誤らなくていい!!
    えっと...あたしマレーシア人だよぉ~♪

    Uchi ha Mareeshia-jin da yo~ ^^

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    @blue_rebel its fine i know how learning another language can be hard cause i still havnt mastered the languages that i started learning like Hebrew,Laos,and Spanish but i didnt start learning them on my own like japanese they were kinda threw at me :P

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