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youkoso, AnimeLyrics.com no fo-ramu he! kono fo-ramu ha nihongo wo dekiru, renshuu shitai hito no tame ni. anata ha koko de eigo wo hanasu, hito wo bujoku suru, supamingu suru koto ha kinjirareteimasu. kono kantan ru-ru wo shitagatte, soshite tanoshiku jikan wo sugoshite kudasai.
Please use this thread to recommend study books and CDs (NOT music CDs) for studying Japanese. Do not spam this thread: only post if you are recommending something.
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Level: (beginner, intermediate, etc)
Please use this thread to recommend sites for studying Japanese. Do not spam this thread: only post if you are recommending something.
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Author: (if known)
Content: (kanji, vocab lists, grammar, neat features etc)
It won't let me highlight it, so I can't ask google translate.
(Also, sorry for the lack of description.)
Anybody on these forums read Japanese? I have been translating game text, and it's pretty easy to guess with katakana text (it's just the Japanese spelling of their best pronunciation of English words, and each symbol just represents a specific sound). But this one piece of text has kanji in it,...
Using Franku-sama's videos I have learned so much about Japanese culture and language. I'm even thinking about going to Japan to test my skills out, since no one has any idea what I'm saying here. Post more useful Japanese lessons ITT.
My brother said that this came off a Japanese sword from ww2, I asked him what it said and he replied, "no clue".
konnichi wa. watashi no namae wa Hatespawn98. koosei kyuujin shimasu desu moshi dare dekimasu hanashimasu shimasu boku ni eiwa jisho.
(Hello. My name is HateSpawn98. Just wondering if anyone could speak to me in Japanese.)
Want to try working in Japan but you don't have confidence with your Japanese skill? You can try out working under a proffesional chef in a Japanese restaurant in Japan while learning the language as the same time! We also have the outdoor program activities where you can experience the Japanese...
Konnichiwa minna, i need some help
I have a song I'm singing for metrocon Idol, but i need it translated to Japanese.
It's a song i made up, if you could help it'd be greatly appreciated
can someone plz help me learn japanese, posting words(kanji) with meaning and japanese romanization would help alot. Posting websites that help alot are also welcomed. Anything that teaches grammer would be very nice as japanese grammer is very different compared to english.
How basic is your Japanese, at least?
No, translating, cause I can tell.
Or Boku wa...
Hi everyone! :)
I wanted to see if anyone would be interested in being my online Japanese learning buddy. Learning Japanese is such a long and difficult process, and now that I'm only self-studying, I'm worried it will be hard to stay motivated. I thought it would be really great to have a buddy...
SO THEN! I'm making this because I've been looking for a partner to help me learn Japanese, and really it's a hard thing to find "a" partner because difference in schedules and lives. But a team... Having group of people trying to learn once thing with several difference sets of skills and...
in wat ways do u guys get the meanings of the words or try 2 learn the language???!!!!!!!:laugh::laugh::cool::cool:
I've recently started to refresh myself on Japanese, and I noticed in my textbook on Kanji there are 2 readings; Onyomi and Kunyomi. What do these mean and what's the difference between the two of them?
Also, what is the purpose of the particles "ni" and "o"? I've figured out the rest, I just...
Pretty much what the topic says. Now that I have lived here for 3 1/2 years and in 5 prefectures (Kagawa, Ehime, Hiroshima, Niigata, and Saitama), and have also visited Osaka, Ibaraki, Fukushima, Fukuoka, Kobe, Nagoya and Kyoto. I like to know how other forums members would feel if they were in...
First off, here, have a dictionary! :) We won't tell anyone what words you look up...>.>
So I'm interested in learning Japanese. How did you guys start? What made you want to learn?
How do you say mood in Japanese ? Like how's your mood (good mood or bad mood). Is it 気分?
It would be much obliged if someone with a decent amount of Japanese could possibly translate? Been trying to translate this myself for the longest. Some of you probably aren't familiar with doujinshi, let alone HTF, but you know. Whatever..... It would mean a lot to me, I'm like sooo sorry, I'm at...
I am a user, pleasure to meet you.
I studied two years. Japanese is fun and interesting.
I saw an interesting photo of what appeared to be an Anime but, I can't read this. Can someone give it a go and, tell me what it says please and, thank you?
I'm guessing it's the title of the Anime but, I want to know for sure.
I decided to make a song in Japanese out of nowhere even though my grammar is horrible. Here's the first line I made:
I think the "するじゃない" part is wrong, along with the "くれよ" part, but I'm not sure.
Hello i need help toEnglish translation of this text that you find in the picture.
Can anyone translate this and tell me what it says :wink:
PS: This pictures is from DVD of starzinger
So the goal here is to try to get to 1,000 tips for learning Japanese. I've been learning pretty much alone off and on over the years, and just got serious this year. In this time I've learned a bunch of tips which I'll list now. If you got something make a list and let's see if we can get 1,000...
1) Has anyone seen Oreimo? I noticed Saori has a slang when she talks. Instead of using normal honorifics "chan" or "kun", she uses "shi", like "Kiririn-shi". What does this honorific mean?
2) Saori also uses "de gozaru" behind her sentences. Is it a polite way, rude way, cool way or something...
I know there are several ways to say you love something/someone. Here's the words and phrases I already know (or think I know).
愛 love (passionate)
こい love (romantic)
大好き really like / "like like"
愛してる I love you.
Are there more ways to say "I love you" or any other words that mean love?
I'm a beginner at Japanese, but I know enough to be confused by the Japanese title of Maria Watches Over Us. The title is Maria-sama ga Miteru, which is supposed to mean something like The Virgin Mary is watching, but I'm confused about the tense of the verb. I think the verb is miru, but then...
This: 誓想のアインソフ and 熱造サレタ夜
These are title songs sung by Kamui Gakupo. They don't have translations on the site.
I have been doing just what the title says! I think I have hiragana mostly mastered (I always mix up re and wa (I think re is the one with the curl), and ha and ho (I'm pretty sure ha is the one with one line and ho is the one with two), and I can never remember nu, but all others I have down) and...
What would be the difference between "arigatou gozaimasu" and "arigatou gozaimashita"- examples would be helpful, as well! ^^
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