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Learn japanese?

Discussion in 'Foreign Language Discussion' started by ¢lam, Jan 15, 2008.

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  1. ¢lam

    ¢lam

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    Alright, so I've been doing Japanese studies for about 3 months (at school) and this is the basic stuff I've learn so far.

    RED = Japanese
    BLUE = English


    WARNING
    Contains explicit material. (words)

    Words

    Ohayo - Morning!
    Oyasumi - Night!
    Hai - Yes.
    Eeto - Umm.
    Eee - Eh?
    Anato/Anata - You
    Boku - Me (male)
    Watashi - Me (female)
    Konichiwa - Hello/Afternoon!
    Ohayo Gozaimasu - Good morning!
    Oyasumi Nasai - Good night!
    Neko - Cat

    BAD WORDS:

    Chinko - D*ck
    Chin Chin - D*ck
    Chimpo - D*ck
    Opai - T*ts
    Manko - C*nt
    Chinge - D*ck pubes
    Mange - C*nt pubes
    Ketsu - Ass
    Fela - Anal/69!!
    Etch - Sex
    Etchy - Horny
    Oishi - Delicious
    Omoshiroi - Interesting
    Okasu - F*ck!
    Okasizo - F*ck you!
    Nihongo - Japan
    Oosutoralia - Australia
    Baka - Stupid


    Sentences (short)

    Boku wa Ryan desu. - My name is Ryan. (Male)
    Watisha wa Ryan desu. - My name is Ryan. (Female)
    Anata no neko wa oishi desu. - Your cat is delicious.
    Ryan ga fela wa skii desu. - Ryan loves anal/69! (not too sure on this one)
    Anatawa omoshiroi desu. - You are interesting.
    Omayo Okasu - I want to rape you.
    Anatawa baka desu. - You are stupid.
    Boku wa baka desu. - I am stupid.

    I know all the numbers, but they take like 2 days to memorize.

    ROKU JUU KYUU - 69

    Of course there are many more, I just added most words to form a sentence. This is my basic learning of Japanese in 2 months.

    Bad or Good? ??/10 rate me!
     
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  2. weizman

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    they gonna close it cuz u putted curses in it o_O
    you really should remove it before THEY will see it X_x
     
  3. Diaboly

    Diaboly Retired Staff Member

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    curses? o_O
    do you mean "bad words"?
    if so, whats so bad about them? Everyone says them once in his life... so why not writing them here :/
     
  4. weizman

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    why wont you read the rules of this thread and then come back and tell me what you've learnd from it ok ?
     
  5. ¢lam

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    Uhh, can we get back on topic??
    Rate me please!
     
  6. Senneuh

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    I'm thinking about learning Japanese, I'm not sure though. I heard it takes a full year to learn their alphabet :S
     
  7. Bladester334

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    I'm pretty sure that watashi wa is for both boys and girls basically
    Boku = Informal
    Watashiwa = Formal
    Or something like that.
     
  8. waylonzzz

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    hey clam I'm pretty sure that some of the non-japanese speakers out there might be confused with wa, ga, ka, no, wo, etc (not me, others...I remember it took me like 2 days to remember what each are used for )
     
  9. SteveSOSP3

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    The amazing part is that I was able to translate from Jap to English based on my anime experience....
     
  10. Tooya

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    So are we rating you on what you know? Because if thats the case then I am ranking you pretty low... I took Japanese for a semester during my last summer in tokyo, so I know enough to get around, and know some of the grammar structures...

    You had several critical mistakes, for example, to say you are, it would be anata wa, not anatawa (in typical romanji that is...). Watashi does not have to respond to just girls, it is a formal way of saying I.

    These two words I don't know why you put in the "bad" word section. They are adjectives that describe things.
    Oishi - Delicious
    Omoshiroi - Interesting


    Kore tabemono wa sugoku oishi desu.
    Kimi no inu wa omoshiroi desu.

    Your next steps should probably to try and...

    learn verbs. Knowing how to describe things won't get you that far, knowing how to ask questions and say actions are infinitely useful. On top of that, make sure to properly learn particles.

    Its easy to fall into the habit of speaking japrish (or whatever one owuld call it.) Lazy japanese "/ I can be included in this category.

    Learn hirigana/ katakana.

    Hirigana is meant for traditional japanese words, while katakana is meant for western words. Its a matter of how words are pronounced really.

    I would suggest checking out, Hiragana and Katakana Practice - Real Kana . I use that to practice hiragana/ katakana.

    If you are saying this is what you learned in 2 months... Although I am not fluent myself... I would say 3/10 ? "/ sorry mate.
     
  11. Sv3nt3k

    Sv3nt3k Retired Staff Member GzP Underground

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    Sad but true, I can say the same.
     
  12. Super바브

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    Okasizo Manko Omayo Okasu.
     
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    I failed Jap in school and it was only subject i failed lol, it's hard but interesting anyway wata shi wa city drifter des is for boys too, oh now i know more bad words thanksss
     
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    ichi, ni, san are the only ones i know
    lol
    1 2 and 3 i know my rating!

    seriously tho i wanna learn more japanese
     
  15. x1nixmzeng

    x1nixmzeng GzP Underground GzP Underground

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    I use Mango (Mango Languages - Home) whenever I'm in the mood to extend my Japanese.

    Anyway, after only three months you've covered a good few basics!
     
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    All i know is that japanese is mostly based on syllables. I know my name in japanese though
     
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    y do you want to learn japanese
    its hard thought since
    there are many different version of the words you wanna say in it ^^
     
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    what's different between hiragana and katakana?
    someone need to explain, please
     
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    Hiragana is more used for traditional Japanese words, such as watashi wa nemui (I am sleepy).

    Katakana is more for translations of other language words to english. Sutekii is spelled in Katakana and translates literally to steak. "/
     
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