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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    I kinda know the whole speaking but i have to get down the written hiragana and such.

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    Alot i guess, first one would probably "baka"

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    I know a bunch that's already been mentioned. I also know Sodotoryo (however you spell that).

    And one of my favourite - Jana!

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    When you watch anime you ussualy learn insults like pervert, b*stard, b*tch etc. And you also learn common conversation skills. There are better ways to learn the language i recall. Even though it is very fun to watch

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    Quote Originally Posted by Forbuki View Post
    Alot i guess, first one would probably "baka"
    Ha ha, that's indeed one of the words you heard the most while watching animes, particularly in the Shounen ones.


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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    I've learned a lot that I think if you put me suddenly in the middle of Tokyo, I can handle myself. And I'm still learning.
    I want to have my family at Japan and work and live in it.



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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    ちょっと ○ Chotto ○ Can mean "no", "wait", "um", or can be said before another sentence to make the speaker sound nervous
    いきます ○ Ikimasu ○ Can mean "I'll be off now", "go", or "I'll be going"
    クリカラ ○ Kurikara ○ Not really a Japanese word, but I still learned it from an anime. ( ^~^) The Kurikara Fudo is the personification of Fudo as a Dragon Sword.
    すてき ○ Suteki ○ Can mean "beautiful" or "amazing"
    待って・ちょっと待ってを ○ Matte/Chotto matte wo ○ Can mean "wait" or "wait up" or "wait for me"
    また音 ○ Mata ne ○ Can be "good-bye" but in a way that's like 'see you tomorrow'

    Please excuse my kanji, I'm still learning that Japanese alphabet! ( ;~;)

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    The streaming provider I watch Bleach from always shows at the top of the screen the Japanese word (like Zanpakatu) and then says the English translation (Soul Slayer) so without that I wouldn't know half of the significance of the names of everything lol. It also translates for all of the bankai names.

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    First word I had to look up, due to hearing it in several different animes, was Senpai.

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jabberwocky View Post
    ちょっと ○ Chotto ○ Can mean "no", "wait", "um", or can be said before another sentence to make the speaker sound nervous
    いきます ○ Ikimasu ○ Can mean "I'll be off now", "go", or "I'll be going"
    クリカラ ○ Kurikara ○ Not really a Japanese word, but I still learned it from an anime. ( ^~^) The Kurikara Fudo is the personification of Fudo as a Dragon Sword.
    すてき ○ Suteki ○ Can mean "beautiful" or "amazing"
    待って・ちょっと待ってを ○ Matte/Chotto matte wo ○ Can mean "wait" or "wait up" or "wait for me"
    また音 ○ Mata ne ○ Can be "good-bye" but in a way that's like 'see you tomorrow'

    Please excuse my kanji, I'm still learning that Japanese alphabet! ( ;~
    Some corrections/sidenotes for some of these. I hope you don't mind.

    「ちょっと」 technically means "a little / a bit", but is often used by itself to convey disapproval or aversion to something. For example, if you go out with someone and they suggest something that you don't approve of, you would say "chotto... (it's kinda... / that's a bit...)" instead of outright saying something like "I don't like it", which is obviously a lot more rude. The person you're talking to will catch the hint and hopefully change the subject.

    「いきます」 literally means "I'll go/I'll leave". However there are many different ways of saying this depending on the situation.
    + When leaving a residence or some place where you're staying for an extended period of time, you usually tell your family/roommates "いってきます / ittekimasu", which has the combined meaning of "I'll be off now", and "I'll be back (soon)".
    + When in a more formal situation such as a meeting, you would say "失礼します / shitsurei shimasu", which literally means "I'll be rude", but is a polite way of letting people know that you'll be leaving ahead of them. In short, it's similar to the English phrase "I'll excuse myself now".

    「ちょっと待ってよ」 Is a simple command like "wait a sec". It wouldn't be 待って、since を / wo is the particle for object nouns, and よ / yo is for emphasis. They sound similar sure, but they're not interchangeable.

    「またね」 is for "see you later". You don't use the kanji "音" (romanized as "ne", "on", or "oto"), since that means "sound", and that has nothing to do with the saying.


    When in doubt, just use the hiragana or look up the meaning on a kanji dictionary site. Tis what I do lol. So far you seem to have a good grasp of the alphabet. Nice job and I wish you good luck in your studies.

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    that there are many ways to say me/i and you. and i learned that the japanese grammar had the verb at the end and that their negatives end in "~~nai"

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    I remember writing all the japanese words I learnt from animes into a notebook a long time ago. And the list is pretty long so I'd rather not type them all out xD
    hmm~ well, the first japanese word that I can think of off the top of my head would be.. "ochinchin". ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitsukiPandax3 View Post
    hmm~ well, the first japanese word that I can think of off the top of my head would be.. "ochinchin". ^^

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    I learned some japanese words from anime like...
    Itadakimasu - Let's eat...(my favorite word)
    Hanase - release me
    Yamete - stop(her)
    Yamero - Stop(him)
    Itai - ouch!!!
    ikou - let's go
    hai - yes

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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    ただいま I'm back
    いただきます Let's eat
    ほんと really
    ほんとに really?
    ほんき really(?)
    どうして why? What's wrong?
    どうしての What's wrong?
    お父さんと母さん (my) parents
    話して Tell me.
    放して Let go of me.
    蒼 blue
    世間の目 public eye
    光 light
    しりとり A Japanese word game
    お茶 tea
    もしもし a greeting used when answering the phone
    だめ super "no"
    好き (I) like
    大好き (I) love
    きて Listen to me.
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    Default Re: What Japanese words have you learned from Anime?

    Not a lot. I had to learn the language before I took a trip to Japan.

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    Default I have this book....

    I have this "learn Japanese" type book at home that o study and because of it I memorizd hiragana, katakana, and some kanji I'm still learning but I'm getting there.
    Am I the only one who didn't know my school had japanese classes and a anime club? Can I say.... heaven?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodyrose_emz View Post
    Yamete - stop(her)
    Yamero - Stop(him)
    From what I know, Japanese verbs don't reflect the object of the sentence (him, her, me, etc) like in most Latin languages such as Italian.

    やめて [Yamete]: "Stop (doing something." Shorter and more informal version of [Yamete kudasai], which is a request.)
    やめろ [Yamero]: "Stop (doing something." This is more of a demand than a request.)

    Although as you may have already seen in many anime, women are most likely to use the formal/polite [yamete (kudasai)] over [yamero], whereas boys and men are usually more rough with their speech, so they use [yamero] more often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyuTama View Post
    From what I know, Japanese verbs don't reflect the object of the sentence (him, her, me, etc) like in most Latin languages such as Italian
    Eh? This is off topic but I'm gonna ask anyway because I can :P
    Does Italian actually have a way of marking the gender of a verb's object?
    Can you say "Stop [him]!" and "Stop [her]!" without using a pronoun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by animeyay View Post
    Eh? This is off topic but I'm gonna ask anyway because I can :P
    Does Italian actually have a way of marking the gender of a verb's object?
    Can you say "Stop [him]!" and "Stop [her]!" without using a pronoun?
    Well it doesn't mark the gender unless it's reflexive (or reciprocal... can't remember lol). As a matter of fact verbs are the same when they're conjugated for either men or women. And I kinda derped when I said "object", I meant to say that the subject is marked by the verb. >.<

    Like say, "fermalo!" and "fermala!" are "stop him!" and "stop her!" respectively. So yes, you need a pronoun for objects in a sentence (at least as far as I've learned anyway, lol).

    However if it were the subject, then the verb can indicate who or what is doing the action without using a pronoun.


    Examples:
    "I'm stopping..." would be "(Io) sto fermando...". "Io" is the pronoun for "I" but is unnecessary since "sto" is the first person conjugation form of "stare (to be)".

    "He/She's stopping..." would be "(Lui/Lei) sta fermando...".

    "You're stopping..." is "(Tu) stai fermando...".


    ...But you already know all this, right? Mr. Latin student and all. xD

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    Ah~ Much better. Now it makes more sense.

    Italian looks crazy with those contractions though...If you didn't tell me, I wouldn't think "fermalo" and "fermala" had pronouns embedded in them lol.

    And it would seem Italian developed a way to express the present progressive tense. In Latin, "I stand" and "I am standing" would be exactly the same, so only context would help determine which one to use. Oh, did I use "stand" in my example? I sure did, because stō, stāre, stetī, status is the Latin verb for "to stand" so your example certainly threw me off. I almost though stare was the verb for "stop" there XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by animeyay View Post
    And it would seem Italian developed a way to express the present progressive tense. In Latin, "I stand" and "I am standing" would be exactly the same, so only context would help determine which one to use. Oh, did I use "stand" in my example? I sure did, because stō, stāre, stetī, status is the Latin verb for "to stand" so your example certainly threw me off. I almost though stare was the verb for "stop" there XD
    Well actually, "stare" is the infinitive verb "to stay/to be (doing something)". It's kinda confusing with the verb "essere", which also means "to be", but in the sense of "to be (someone/something)". So in a way, the Italian "stare" is actually pretty similar to the Latin "stāre".

    Hmm... if I had to make it easier to understand (and to attempt to keep it relatively on-topic with the thread lololol), "stare" would be like the Japanese 「います」 and "essere" is like 「です」。

    "I am RyuTama and I'm living in the United States."
    "Sono RyuTama e sto vivendo negli Stati Uniti."
    「りゅたまです、そしてアメリカに住んでいます。」


    Or am I completely throwing you off now? xDDD;

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