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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   11.07.08 14:50

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What do you say "I love you" in Japanese??? study I want to learnt it Smile

私はあなたを愛しています。  I love you

I --- 私(わたし)---watashi
love ---愛しています(あいしています)---aishiteimasu
you---あなた
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   11.07.08 15:12

Wink thank you a lot Smile :Merci2:
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   11.07.08 17:17

scratch And "Suki desu" what means? Or Aishiteru? I thought that means "I love you!" Or something like that Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   11.07.08 20:21

yes I heard "Suki desu" too. But I am not sure that mean "I love you" so I asked.
And one more question What do you say "you" in Japanese? You say "anata", don't you? Because Japanese alphabet can't be seen on my computer... Sad You write "you" but I don't see what it is...
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   12.07.08 13:20

You --- anata Smile

and " Suki desu " means " like"

I like reading a book
watasi ha hon wo yomukoto ga suki desu.

and we usually hardly say " aishiteru" . We use " dai suki " in substitution for " aishiteru" frequently. " aishiteru " When I am very serious, I use "aishiteru" LOL ....nomally we say " dai-suki"

when you say to your BF " I love you" , --- I think you had better use " dai-suki " so " watashi ha anata ga dai-suki"
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   12.07.08 17:44

Very Happy Arrigatou Gozaimashta, Saori!

lol! dai-suki sound almost like Daisuke mdr

@Sui-chan: I couldn't see the japanesse letters till Saori give me this :
mediafire.com ?ydl3i2xpx4r
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   13.07.08 10:55

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lol! dai-suki sound almost like Daisuke mdr
lol! yes, I've just noticed it now. Thank you. LOL

btw to Sui-chan;
As Adelina said, you had better download it (Japanese font), and then

Click the start botton --- left
Click the Control Panel --- left

and you can see the Font folder
Double click the font folder, and you should put Japanese font in it.

That's all !! very simple Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   07.08.08 16:21

What means "itsumademo" or something like that Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   08.08.08 5:36

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What means "itsumademo" or something like that Razz

well.... I think.... it means like "forever" or ... similar ..." keep on doing"

For example
I am going to wait for you here forever.
I'll keep on waiting for you here.

I hope that you can feel something from my poor explanation. Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   08.08.08 15:33

Arrigatou! Sure I understand Smile

One more question what means "ja ne" and "ja na"?
I think the first can be translated like "Good bye!" or "see you" - "cya" scratch
And "Hontoni" means "really"? And "subete" - "begin"?
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   09.08.08 22:44

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One more question what means "ja ne" and "ja na"?
I think the first can be translated like "Good bye!" or "see you" - "cya" scratch
Yes !! you understand Japanese very well affraid maybe... it's from Arashi's words ?? :naughty15kz: lol

"ja ne" --- we use "ja ne" generally. girls and boy, wemen and men, all people use it.
"ja na" --- it sounds masculine. so I don't use " ja na" lol
I recommend that you should use " ja ne" when you talk with Arashi lol!

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And "Hontoni" means "really"? And "subete" - "begin"?
"Hontoni ?" means "really ?"

Right :super: SUPER !! Adelina !!
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   10.08.08 17:38

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I recommend that you should use " ja ne" when you talk with Arashi lol!

I'm planning to send a message for Jun's birthday..I saw somewhere the e-mail adress(hope it's the wright one Wink lol!

I wish I could talk with them Rolling Eyes

I finally begin to understand something! :crazy:


Arrigatou Saori! thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   11.08.08 15:23

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I'm planning to send a message for Jun's birthday..I saw somewhere the e-mail adress(hope it's the wright one Wink

I don't know about e-mail address... but I found the address to send a fan letter !! :naughty15kz:

〒106-8670
東京都港区麻布十番 4-6-9 4階
ジャニーズファミリークラブ

嵐 : 松本 潤 様

How about send a IRC(International Reply Coupon) with your letter !!!! I think that he will be surprised when he see your letter from Romania !!!! so He might send to you something !! :naughty15kz:
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   11.08.08 17:52

OMG! I can't write those letters Embarassed

mdr Yep !That will be a real surprise..specially if I could wrote those letters.
Thanks for advice! Maybe I will do so...I must hurry...but can you find the adress in romanji...if I'm not asking to much :36_3_15:
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   12.08.08 12:28

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Johnny's family club - 4F
4-6-9 Azabujuban, Minato-ku
TOKYO 106-8640
Japan

Mr. Jun Matsumoto

I hope it help for you Very Happy I think that he understand easy English lol.
so I recommend you write it in English and a little bit Japanese I love you

Happy Birthday
お誕生日おめでとう --- otanjyo-bi omedeto-
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   12.08.08 14:56

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Very Happy Arrigatou Gozaimashta, Saori!

lol! dai-suki sound almost like Daisuke mdr

@Sui-chan: I couldn't see the japanesse letters till Saori give me this :
mediafire.com ?ydl3i2xpx4r
Thanks for these. But I'm sorry to being late. Embarassed Crying or Very sad Now I can see the Japanese letters. cheers
[(Okurete gomennasai.) It means "I'm sorry, I'm late", doesn't it? Wink Wink ]
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   12.08.08 19:07

lol! OKi..Arrigatou Saori! So if till now I was just half crazy...now I am totally ange But I guess I will do that Razz

Japanesse...no romanji? It;s hard to write those letters scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   13.08.08 0:12

Don't worry Adelina !! You can write it in Hiragana !!

Happy Birthday !!
おたんじょうび おめでとう!

Jun
じゅん

lol!

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[(Okurete gomennasai.) It means "I'm sorry, I'm late", doesn't it? Wink Wink ]
Yes !! It's perfect :super:
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   13.08.08 4:22

Thanks! bisousfleurs That's looks more easy Razz


@Sui-chan: You're not late...don't woryy! hugs
You're welcome! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   20.08.08 19:35

I've one question scratch How do you say "purple" in Japanese?? confused hide8up
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   22.08.08 16:25

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I've one question scratch How do you say "purple" in Japanese?? confused hide8up
Sorry...too late... hide8up

むらさき

murasaki

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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   22.08.08 17:06

Can you learn us the name of the important colors? and the numbers too Razz


PS: I wanna know what it's writen on this photo:
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   23.08.08 13:10

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Sui-chan wrote:
I've one question scratch How do you say "purple" in Japanese?? confused hide8up
Sorry...too late... hide8up

むらさき

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:greensmilewink

It's not late, don't worry Wink :naughty15kz: Thanks a lot love
And I agree with Adelina :naughty15kz:
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   26.08.08 14:44

I found a site, maybe is not much but we can learn some japanese from here Razz
http://www.japanippon.com/japanese/classroom.htm
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PostSubject: Re: Learn Japanese - here! :)))   13.09.08 15:09

After some searches I found this:
http://japanese.about.com/bl_number.htm

1 ichi 21 nijuuichi 100 hyaku
2 ni 22 nijuuni 150 hyakugojuu
3 san 23 nijuusan 200 nihyaku
4 yon/shi 30 sanjuu 300 sanbyaku
5 go 31 sanjuuichi 1000 sen
6 roku 32 sanjuuni 1500 sengohyaku
7nana/shichi 40 yonjuu 2000 nisen
8 hachi 41 yonjuuichi 10,000 ichiman
9 kyuu/ku 42 yonjuuni 100,000 juuman
10 juu 50 gojuu 1,000,000 hyakuman
11 juuichi 51 gojuuichi 10,000,000 senman
12 juuni 52 gojuuni 100,000,000 ichioku

13 juusan 60 rokujuu
14 juushi 61 rokujuuichi
15 juugo 70 nanajuu
16 juuroku 71 nanajuuichi
17 juushichi 80 hachijuu
18 juuhachi 81 hachijuuichi
19 juuku 90 kyuujuu
20 nijuu 91 kyuujuuichi

The site is also useful on learning the japanese characters:
http://japanese.about.com/od/writing/u/Writing.htm
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