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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Last night is also sakuban, sakuyuu, zenya and yazen. I don't know what asujin is; as far as I know the word doesn't exist, unless Asu is the name of a place...... well, I don't know.

    And no, you do not say onegai shimasu when customers leave your store; you just thank them by saying arigatou gozaimashita or ookini. Also, ogenki dana isn't erm, accurate. +__+ One of these days I really must get around to explaining things like da na, desho, etc. When I have the time, that is.

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    wah it seems that you are busy.. :/ yeah when u are freer pls do so..this stuffs is a little confusing...

    Kanashi and Tanashi... err what?
    Oishi is delicious...Omoroshi is interesting...
    err...Hanase let go...hanase dayo...?* pls let go is it?
    Nani monai it's nothing < deshuni is the same?

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Busy with CNY festivities. Just a quick post and I'm off.

    kanashii - sad/miserable
    tanoshii - fun/exciting
    omoshiroi - interesting/funny (omoroi in Kansai-ben)
    hanasu - to speak/to let go (hanase is an order that stems from hanasu)
    nandemonai - nothing
    betsu ni - no literal meaning, but is generally taken to mean, "nothing out of the ordinary" or "nothing special". Betsu means "different". Variants are betsu ni nanimo or betsu ni nandemonai.

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    ooh..wakatta..thx..hey u celebrating it too..same here..but..i have no mood..
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    itte kimas..is?
    Oshi nai is?

    hey blue...have fun ^^
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    okani is money right?

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Senpai??
    Ooatarishite??
    KOOSUTAA???
    nemureba???

    Can anyone here translate this words... It gives me nio peace.... errr......

    "Bring salvation to akuma's soul."

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Quote Originally Posted by RayMe View Post
    itte kimas..is?
    Oshi nai is?
    okani is money right?
    Ittekimasu = going.
    You normally say it when you're leaving to go somewhere. Generally most people understand it to be what school students say before leaving home for school. You can also use it on a more casual basis, for example:

    Mai: Aki, sensei ga yonderuyo.
    Aki: Ee? Sounano?
    Mai: Un, 1-B no kyoushitsu ni iruno.
    Aki: Aa, demo suugaku no shukudai mada...
    Mai: Atashi ga tetsudauyo. Hayaku, sensei ga okocchaukamo!
    Aki: Uwa! Jaa, ittekimasune~

    Mai: Aki, the teacher's calling for you.
    Aki: Eh? Really?
    Mai: Yeah, he's in the 1-B classroom.
    Aki: Ah, but I haven't finished my Math homework...
    Mai: I'll help you do it. Hurry, he might get angry!
    Aki: Uwa! Well, I'll be off then~



    Quote Originally Posted by souichiro_arima View Post
    Senpai??
    Ooatarishite??
    KOOSUTAA???
    nemureba???

    Can anyone here translate this words... It gives me nio peace....
    Senpai = senior
    Ooatari shite = become very successful; get a big prize
    Koosutaa = coaster
    Nemureba = If (person) is able to sleep...

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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    I'm a little confused with something. This may seem like a "dumb question" but I honestly don't know. I hear people (as well as anime's) refer to people as "oni-chan", "nee-san", or just "name-san". For example, my real name is Tyquan (Tai Quan) so it would be used as Tyquane-San? I don't know what these mean, and I would like to know how they're used. If anyone could help me with this I would appreciate it.


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    Re: Japanese language learning.

    Gosh, I'm sure it's somewhere around on one of the pages, but I just can't find it. Anyway.

    Chan is what you use when you're fondly addressing someone you're close to, or someone younger than you.

    San is what you use when you're addressing people out of respect (teachers, doctors, strangers, etc). In some situations, i.e. formal events, people you would normally address with chan might be addressed as san, using their surname instead of first name. For example, if you had a friend named Yoneda Ami whom you normally call "Ami-chan", if you both were attending some kind of conference you might refer to her as "Yoneda-san" when talking to other people.

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