Is it "ki ni wa natteitan desu"? Like "It's been bothering me?"
Or is it "ki ni HAnatteitan desu"?
I'm confused because I've never come across a "wa" for "Ki ni naru" @_@
Help would be awesome. =D
|AnimeGalleries [dot] Net||AnimeWallpapers [dot] Com||AnimeLyrics [dot] Com||AnimePedia [dot] Com||AnimeGlobe [dot] Com|
yea it's 'ni wa', what's different from the usual 'wa' is that the subject marker (the purpose of the 'wa' particle) is now the noun + ni; i.e. what's "about" the subject, not just the subject itself. It's really hard to make this distinction when you translate it into English. I'm not that good in academical explanations either -_-;
祝！ 『禁断の病棟』 アニメ化！
what AzureDark said about the pronunciation is correct.
but in my opinion, it looks to me like theres something else implicitly said in that sentence
like for example it could be: 気にはなっていたんです（がちょっと高いですね）
i do like it but it's a little bit expensive
but i won't be able to figure out what's supposed to be in those brackets unless u give us the whole dialogue.
EDIT: made a mistake translating....please see my second post below
Last edited by tetekmakhang; 12-31-2007 at 01:47 PM.
lol....sorry i misread 気になる. i accidentally read it as 気にいる.
anyway, from the situation u gave me, i'd translate it as:
it DID bother me.....
(but i didn't wanna say anything / but i didn't wanna stress her out even more / but i didn't wanna make too much of a fuss / etc.)
its impossible for me to exactly figure out what was implied in that manga from just your 2 lines of explanation. you'll have to figure out what should come in the brackets yourself, but i have a feeling it's along the lines of the suggestions i gave.
but one thing for sure is that, when u put a は in a sentence, u stress that part of the sentence, and that naturally means that there's another part to that sentence.
like for example if i were to say "i DO enjoy going to the pub with my mates..." you'd probably think "but what? you don't have the money? you're too busy?"
see what i mean?
Last edited by tetekmakhang; 12-31-2007 at 01:39 PM.
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)