|Friday, January 26th, 2007|
Hello! I'm Vicky^^
and I no close to nothing in Japanese xD but I truly want to learn and I'll mostly likely will.
But I was wondering if someone can tell how to say: "I'm glad we are friends" in japanese and if its possible to use english letters while writing the translation <.<?
If you can please help! That would be so awesome~
|Sunday, December 24th, 2006|
Here's a Christmas Eve Japanese lesson for anyone who is interested:
Here's some 漢字[Kanji]you may or may not know:
俺「おれ」：I [For men only]
Here's a new sentence pattern:
V~べき「Should」、V~べきではない「Should Not 」
Here's some example sentences:
-Where should I go?
-You shouldnt play basketball.
Now try to translate this conversation into english:
we will use 青山「あおやま」and 高田「たかた」
|Saturday, September 30th, 2006|
How exact to the characters have to be, right now I'm learning on my own the Hiragana characters but I obviously can't get them to be perfect, but how close to book versions would I have to get them to be written correctly?
|Sunday, July 17th, 2005|
Hi my name is Claire. I am trying to learn Japanese for this upcoming school year. I'm going to be a senior and I switched languages because I've always been interested in Japan in general. The high school only offers classes in year 2 and up. I bought a workbook for japanese and have been working through that. But I want to learn more to make sure that I'm not left behind. Plus people say that the best way to learn a language is to be emersed in it. So I'm hoping that I'll get a true understanding of the language here. I'm not sure if my computer supports hiragana, katakana, or kanji, but I can find a way to enable that. So if anyone out there could help me or give little tips and whatnot I would be soooo happy! Current Mood: productive
|Saturday, July 2nd, 2005|
|Saturday, May 21st, 2005|
Ok, here's a grammar point that you might have forgotten.
This form is used for asking and giving permission. When you use this、 you put the verb in the ～てform. Here are a few examples...
すみません、あなたのえんぴつを使ってもいいですか？（Excuse me, may I use your pencil)
お手洗に行ってもいいです。（You may go to the bathroom)
Easy right? Think you're ready to do a few right? Think you're ready to do a few on your own? Good. Now click
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Current Mood: crazy
Answers to Kanji Review
Unfortunately no one got 100% on the last kanji review. But don't worry, there will be more. The answers to the last review were as follows...
石川台：いしかわだい：Ishkawa-dai（The name of the train station that was near my house)
More coming soon! Current Mood: creative
|Wednesday, May 18th, 2005|
Sorry I haven't updated this in a while. I've been lazy which is bad. Anyway, since I was a loser and took so long to update, here's a kanji review for everyone. I give you the kanji（they'll all be combinations), you figure out what they mean in English. Extra points if you know the hiragana. ( Click here for the reviewCollapse )
Current Mood: busy
|Wednesday, April 20th, 2005|
Answers to Review 二番
Here are the answers to the second review.
6. Bullet Train
NEW GRAMMAR REVIEW COMING UP!
|Monday, April 18th, 2005|
This review is of transportation.
Japanese 1 vocab is easy.
The next review will be the review of the vocab for our test.
Hope you do well! Current Mood: energetic