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Oh, and, Kenny-sensei. There's something I wanna ask again :-D! Wait, wait... let me get the things.

Go ahead. (Oh yeah, you can drop the sensei part since I haven't done sh*t lol)

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Go ahead. (Oh yeah, you can drop the sensei part since I haven't done sh*t lol)

xD No, lol. It's just because no one is asking any questions at the moment. ;-)

But here, I have something to ask~

About the continuation of that Japanese story. It's been a long time xD

『ごめんね。』

と、 雪が 言いました。

『わたしも、 早く とけて 水に なり、 とおくへいって あそびたいけど。』

と、 上を 見上げます。

『竹やぶの かげに なって、 お日さまが あたらない。』

と、 ざんねんそうです。

Here's the romaji:

"gomen."

to, yuki ga iimashita.

"watashi mo, hayaku tokete mizu ni nari, to'oku e itte asobitai kedo."

to, ue wo miagemasu.

"takeyabu no kage ni natte, ohisama ga ataranai."

to, zannen sou desu.

Here's my English translation:

"I am sorry" said the snow,

"I also want to dissolve into water as soon as possible, so I can go far away and play, but."

the snoew looks up.

"thanks to the shadow of the bamboo forest, the sun won't hit me."

so, it was rather a disappointment.

It's a lame translation, I know 1b38f9e2.gif. I want your translation for this cd08785a.gif.

Oh, and... the title of the book -> こくごに上たんぽぽ.

Can you translate that, too. Please 088.gif?

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I want to join, please..! I'm currently learning Japanese at school, because its part of the curriculum. Right now, I can write in Katakana and Hiragana. I know a few words, and able to piece out simple sentences. I am also able to pronounce words properly. But of course, I don't really think those are enough...

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But here, I have something to ask~

About the continuation of that Japanese story. It's been a long time xD

『ごめんね。』

と、 雪が 言いました。

『わたしも、 早く とけて 水に なり、 とおくへいって あそびたいけど。』

と、 上を 見上げます。

『竹やぶの かげに なって、 お日さまが あたらない。』

と、 ざんねんそうです。

Here's my English translation:

"I am sorry" said the snow,

"I also want to dissolve into water as soon as possible, so I can go far away and play, but."

the snoew looks up.

"thanks to the shadow of the bamboo forest, the sun won't hit me."

so, it was rather a disappointment.

It's a lame translation, I know 1b38f9e2.gif. I want your translation for this cd08785a.gif.

Oh, and... the title of the book -> こくごに上たんぽぽ.

Can you translate that, too. Please 088.gif?

Don't worry about your translation being lame (which it isn't), since you've basicly got all the major points down.

My translation:

"I'm sorry" said the snow

"I want to melt into water and go far away and play" the snow said while looking up

"Since I'm in the shadows of the bamboo, I can't melt" he/she said sadly

And welcome to the club science12nerd and mabel.

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Thanks, Kenny-sensei! Your translation is awesome ali_031.gif! So, it's not necessary to translate it literally? I mean... even it's the specific words are not there? Mind if I get you the next page ali_074.gif? ^^

Wait, wait... I'll go and get it soon. *grins*

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May I join too? I'm still a newbie here, but this idea sounds really cool to me, I'm a bit familiar with Japanese languagge I know a few words but I cant form sentences because I'M NOWHERE when it comes to grammar :P

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i want to join

my mom side grand parents know japanese(there taiwanese but they watch japanese shows all the time)

i noe the hi in morning night and afternoon, what, stupid, and number 1 through 8(former karate teacher), bed(sounds like bed), karaoke, and last but not least toyota

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May I join too? I'm still a newbie here, but this idea sounds really cool to me, I'm a bit familiar with Japanese languagge I know a few words but I cant form sentences because I'M NOWHERE when it comes to grammar :P

Of course, anyone can join! icon_e_biggrin.gif Welcome and good luck for your study ^^

i want to join

my mom side grand parents know japanese(there taiwanese but they watch japanese shows all the time)

i noe the hi in morning night and afternoon, what, stupid, and number 1 through 8(former karate teacher), bed(sounds like bed), karaoke, and last but not least toyota

That's nice! Welcome abroad icon_e_biggrin.gif

Please wait for Kaoko-senpai for more proper welcome tongue.gif

For everyone, here is the lesson updates! smile.gif

Since these are too many, so we don't post them here tongue.gif

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Since these are too many, so we don't post them here tongue.gif

So that's the reason!...

I've been waiting for lesson updates... -_-

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I sent Kaoko an e-mail not too long ago to see if anything's up (no reply as of yet), she's probably gotten busier in her life. It's times like these that tempt me to try making lessons of my own...

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Yeah, she is absent and will be absent for some time due to some reasons. Please wait patiently for her come back (I really wish she'll come back soon). I could not update the lesson on my own as well, because I usually just wrote the story, the rest was Kaoko's doing sad.gif

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Ow that's great! Welcome then :D

Lesson updates! smile.gif

Hiragana: Lesson 41 - ‘る’ [ru]

hi! Tna~^^

i watched the link....and i'm gonna advise you.

っさい (russai -> noisy; loud; fussy; annoying; troublesome; tiresome; bossy)

correct: るっさい→うるさい

るっさい only dies 'う' of 'うるさい' and emphasizes 'うるさい'.

i think 'うるさい' is better when you say or write. :)

anyway....

勉強頑張ってね~!! :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

Edited by chiro

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