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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   26.12.08 21:14

I guess Christmas is not such an important holiday in Japan. But I think they exchange presents too Razz
Well I must let Saori-san to tell, better hide8up
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   31.12.08 12:19


明けまして おめでとう ございます
Akemashite Omedeto Gozaimasu
minna-san!!!!!!


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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   01.01.09 0:33

Well, it is not yet the new year where I am, so...

良いお年をお迎えください,皆さん Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   02.01.09 21:46

I have a question Razz
"kanashimi" means "sadness" ?
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   08.01.09 19:43

kanashimi - 悲しみ - roughly means sadness, yes.
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   08.01.09 20:43

Arrigatou, Rach! :Merci2:

And how do u say "happiness" or "joy" in japanesse?
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   25.02.09 20:24

I have a question : What's the difference between hiragana and katakana? When u can use one and when the other?


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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   27.02.09 14:26

Your Japanese is perfect !!! :super: Adelina !!!!

yes, we don't have pronunciation of "L"... please don't laugh me.. Embarassed I've recorded my voice. lol

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDnxx44wphE&fmt=18



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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   27.02.09 15:26

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Arrigatou, Rach! :Merci2:

And how do u say "happiness" or "joy" in japanesse?

oops .. Embarassed sorry...Adelina.. Embarassed

happiness -- 幸せ(Shiawase) 幸福(koufuku)
joy -- 喜び(yorokobi) ..

i think so.. Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   27.02.09 15:27

Waaww! Saori you're really great, thank you sooo soo much for that youpi I can almost pronounce every syllable which you've recorded. Maybe I have diffculty to pronounce "rya,ryu, ryo" and "r" Suspect But how do you pronounce "L" ? If I read it "eru" have I read it true??
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   27.02.09 15:36

Sui-chan wrote:
Waaww! Saori you're really great, thank you sooo soo much for that youpi I can almost pronounce every syllable which you've recorded. Maybe I have diffculty to pronounce "rya,ryu, ryo" and "r" Suspect But how do you pronounce "L" ? If I read it "eru" have I read it true??

Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed I'm glad if I can help you and Adelina Embarassed You can almost pronounce every syllable ?? wow Great !!! cheers btw ..I sometimes forget Kanji. mdr

yes, you are right !! we pronounce " L " is " eru". but we don't use just only letter of "L".

"Ra" or "LA" .... we pronounce same sounds. mdr
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   27.02.09 19:56

:Merci2: Rach! And no problem Smile

Arigatou Saori!...so bad cuz I can't see the clips from youtube(it sais: "this video is no longer available") for a week almost!
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BTW: I'm very happy cuz tomorow and Sunday I will be able to watch "Deathnote" and "Deathnote: The last name" cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   28.02.09 14:47

You love Deathnote don't you ?? I love it too but I haven't watch it... But I know what it's about, because I have translated a lot of things about it into Turkish. My favourite is L Very Happy He's so crazy and also Cute Very Happy:D I love him more than Light Very Happy And I don't like Misa so much, I think she was born to obey Light lol! What do you think about Deathnote??
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   28.02.09 19:44

lol! We think pretty much the same!
I didn't saw it till now so I am glad to watch it tonigh even that means I will have to stay late in the night(it begins at 23 and it will end around 1 am Razz )
But I know something about it from the manga series. I am sad cuz in the end L will die Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   05.03.09 13:02

Today I've succeeded to capture a vid as HQ ones!!!! cheers I think you don't know about Japanese TV environment... We can't save digital full HD for other vids form. A protection function is added to all digital HD on TV... silent I heard that it was only Japan and Brazil has this hateful system No ... but I've succeeded to catch it !!! :yes:

and I tried to capture a vid of ARASHI Razz Of cause for Adelina mdr
How about my vid ??? :greensmilewink this was broadcasted just one hour ago !!!! :naughty15kz:

Arashi - Believe

...but I'm not interested in Arashi mdr


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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   05.03.09 19:24

:sotr_th43: ARIGATOU GOZAIMASUUUUUU, Saori-sama!!!!!!!!!! thanks

Thank you very much! bisousfleurs
WOW! It's a really big file Razz
but after I take you should delete the link from here...from what I remember is not aloud sharing this kind of files.


BTW, I have a question:
I heard at the end of the song(I have it in mp3 format but it's from a concert) saying "Mata ne" . I'm wonder that is another way to say " Good bye!/See you next time!/Ja ne!" ?
I'm believe this becuz "mata" must come from "matsu" who means "to wait" so can be translated like" waiting you next time" scratch - and also bcuz is at the end of the song :greensmilewink
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   06.03.09 0:00

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"Mata ne" . I'm wonder that is another way to say " Good bye!/See you next time!/Ja ne!" ?
I'm believe this becuz "mata" must come from "matsu" who means "to wait" so can be translated like" waiting you next time" scratch - and also bcuz is at the end of the song :greensmilewink

Ohhh !!! SUPER !!! Adelina !!! "Matane" is very similar as "Ja ne" Very Happy "mata" means "next" or "again"...and it is generally translated as a "See you next time" . and when we part, we use it. Very Happy anyway, "See you" or " waiting you next time" Very Happy

and I'm glad you like it !! Razz..... I can make HQ vid from now on !! yeah !! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   06.03.09 16:42

[quote="Kumiko but after I take you should delete the link from here...from what I remember is not aloud sharing this kind of files. [/quote]

Yes, it might be best if these things were shared privately!

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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   06.03.09 20:07

Embarassed I thought comes from "matsu" Razz But anyway I'm glad I could understood the meaning properly Very Happy

PS: I want to know what means "Domo" ? Someone told me that means "Thank u!" but I found that can be transled like "very" , "very much". What's the right translation for "domo" ?
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   15.03.09 8:44

I've just read on wikipedia : In Japan is Hōnen Matsuri. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C5%8Dnen_Matsuri

Do u celebrate it too? If u do hope u have a great time! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   18.03.09 14:57

about "Domo" ummm... scratch

We often use "domo" with "Arigato- (thank you) "
domo arigato = Thank you very much.

and just "domo" is not formal. ...ummm... for example. Razz if you and me took supper together, (lol) and I asked " could you pass me a salt ?" and You handed a salt for me, and I would say to you " domo Very Happy "

can you understand it ?? Razz

and about Hōnen Matsuri, it is a traditional festival of Japan, but all Japanese do not celebrate it. it's just a local festival. Very Happy

and I'm so sorry that I alwasy late to answer your questions..please forgive me.. Embarassed btw today I bought several T-shirt. Razz I always wore same sweater when I went to competitions.lol. but in this time, I may need clothes of the summer lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   18.03.09 19:28

Embarassed I didn't know the festival is just local...I didn't read the entire wikipedia article. :337malzonka.gi

hugs Don't worry! I'm patient ange

Summer clothes? It will be so warm in LA?
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   19.03.09 12:04

Kumiko wrote:
Summer clothes? It will be so warm in LA?
I don't know about inside of the rink. but I guess ... it will be fine ( a little bit warm sunny ) days Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   19.03.09 17:31

I don't know where I should post it, so I'll post it here. .. for Japanese lesson. Razz

from Todays sport TV show. ( interview to Kozuka )
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdYP0OVlD3M&fmt=18

Kozuka told about 2009worlds. " I was able to gain good results for this season. but I will fight as a challenger for worlds. " and " I will try so that 3 Japanese skater can go Olympics."... I hope you understand my translation.. Embarassed

and new vids of mao (about 50min)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Op8dsiepO64&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOtnFINijaw&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVlVIBWwCsU&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38FaIs5GuVM&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QxK9wneXBc&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XhzexBTdbE&fmt=18
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   19.03.09 22:33

:Merci2: Saori-sama!
Sure I understand Smile Thanks for the translation and for the clips!
Did u heard about the last news about Asada -Kim rivalry?
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F-skating controversy hots up Asada-Kim rivalry


TOKYO (AFP) — The teenage rivalry between Japan's Mao Asada and Kim Yu-Na of South Korea is hotting up with mind games underway ahead of next week's world figure skating championships.

Kim, who upstaged reigning world champion Asada at the Four Continents contest last month, made a stunning recent comment which was interpreted to mean Japanese rivals had obstructed her warm-ups before competitions.

The controversy adds spice to the world championships in Los Angeles, which the 18-year-olds are expected to turn into a preview of their gold medal showdown in their Olympic debut at the 2010 Vancouver Games.

Kim, known for her bright and thoughtful manner, talked about the interrupted warm-ups in a television interview at the weekend.

"Particularly at this year's Four Continents championships, I felt it was a bit terrible ... too much," she told Korea's SBS network without naming names.

"I am trying to find a way to deal with it."

A voice-over said it was always Japanese skaters that crossed Kim's path.

Asada and teammates Fumie Suguri and Akiko Suzuki competed at the Four Continents at Vancouver's Pacific Coliseum, the Olympic figure skating venue.

Japanese media reacted this week with headlines declaring that Kim blamed Japan for obstructing her, with the Sports Hochi daily describing her remarks as "'Japan-bashing' without warning."

"It is true that several times she felt obstructed during her warm-ups," Kim Wonmin, an agent for Kim Yu-Na, told AFP.

"But she never singled out any country in the interview with SBS. It's news media that mentioned Japan. If this situtation continues, we may have to lodge a protest."

The Japan Skating Federation said it had yet to receive any protest.

"Skaters seriously practice for competitions and they can, in no manner, intentionally obstruct others," said Hidetoshi Ito, head of the federation's figure skating commission.

However, he explained that six skaters work out in each pre-competition warm-up and that it was "natural" that they sometimes almost collide.

At the Japanese national championships last year, 2007 world champion Miki Ando injured her right foot when she crashed with Suguri in practice.

Figure skating is not free from rivalries gone wrong.

Tonya Harding was banned for life after her ex-husband and associates attacked and injured US national champion Nancy Kerrigan after a practice session at the US trials for the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics.

The Asada-Kim match-up is seen as one of the hottest rivalries in figure skating since American Brian Boitano and Canadian Brian Orser, now Kim's coach, dueled at the 1988 Calgary Olympics. Boitano won gold and Orser silver.

Asada and Kim, both born in September 1990, have each won three and lost three in their six head-to-head encounters at the senior level.

With her inimitable jumps including the 3.5-revolution triple axel, Asada regained the Grand Prix Final title in December after Kim won it for two straight years.

But Kim stole Asada's title at the Four Continents.

"If the two of them skate perfectly, I believe Asada wins by a small margin," said Nobuhiko Yoshioka, technical director of figure skating at the Japanese federation.

He also cited Ando, 21, the only woman ever to have landed a quadruple in competition, as another potential challenger in the singles at the world championships opening on March 24.
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