Anyone Interested In Learning Basic Japanese?

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  1. Sapphire Blade

    Sapphire Blade Well-Known Member

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    I'm debating whether or not this is a good idea, but when i was first entering high school (3 yrs ago) they got rid of the japanese course, so i had to learn it myself. There may be others who don't want to know thwe whole language, but want to know how to say a few things. I'm just trying to share knowledge. I know over 500 words in japanese, but i still am a ------ with script, seeing as how i only know 153 by heart. Post here and let me know if it is something i should do. If i do it, it would be condensed into lesson plans and there would be a new lesson at the top each week.

    Doomo arigatoo gozaimasu=thank you very much
     
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    if it involves reading then i'm too lazy to do it lol
     
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    lol :P

    -Good luck with that
     
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    If I had to choose a language to learn it'd probably be Japanese.

    Good luck to you, and stick at it ;]
     
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    I would probably learn American

    its so different to Australian english
     
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    :huh: I didn't know there was an "American" language. I thought most Americans just spoke English but omitted the u from certain words (for example colour).
     
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    sounds like a good idea!

    you would have to do sound recordings to help get the accent right
     
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    American is the most complicated language on the face of the planet. The grammer and ---- aren't constant and have the wierdest rules. :\
     
  9. Sapphire Blade

    Sapphire Blade Well-Known Member

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    no, americans (me) use a different set of words than say like england. The English are a little bit more proper in their talk and pronunciation. Honestly i have never heard a fellow american ask me where the john is :lol:
     
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    im from uk and hardly n e one asks for the john lol "toilet"
     
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    You mean color?
     
  12. Sapphire Blade

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    no offense was meant, i was simply stating a difference between the two. it's more of the elder generation who uses that word n-e ways
     

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