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Archer_ Creator
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Nihongo ga motto kantan dattara na.

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Kark-Jocke
Kark-Jocke

Nice group, I can only a few words in Japanese like " バカ " or in another description "Baka" which means "Stupid" or "Idiot" I hear that word too often in anime series where I learn most of the Japanese language.

Wondering if I can speak Japanese, nope. Would I like to learn it? Yes. I always wondered if anyone here in Norway where I live if there is one out there that could have taught me how to speak it. Never had the luck to find one yet, and now it's even more difficult since covid-19 is out there...

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Archer_ Creator
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It would be a bit hard to learn this language by heart. You'd need a native speaker or live in Japan to comprehend this particular tongue. I don't understand it either, but I'd like to partially understand basic grammar rules.

I presume most people learn Japanese in order to watch anime and read manga. It's a compelling reason for me. It all started with one phrase "kore wa nan desu ka? what is this?"

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Kark-Jocke
Kark-Jocke

Yeah true, but it's like English. When I was a kid we didn't have English before I was like 14 since other stuff was more important at school. So much of my English comes from movies and series and games of course.

I watch anime in dub, jeep I'm one of those. but I think English is the nr one language in the world even if this gorgeous anime girl sounds way cuter in Japanese.

But I have always been curious about their language and especially the handwriting that one word can be riding in many other ways than just one.

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Archer_ Creator
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English is not my native language either. I still need to improve my listening comprehension and reading skills. The more I learn, the more I realize how little I actually know about this tongue. I've always wanted to comprehend this universal language.

I'm used to learning English via video games, TV-series, anime, cartoons, comics and novels. Some people wonder why I learn foreign languages and they even make fun of me because of it.

Most people would like to learn a language, but they have no clue as to how to do it. They laugh at me when I say that I learn via TV and games. I call it creativity, they say it's absurdity and dullness. I'm used to being called a freak just because I think outside the box.

Japanese anime girls? I'd prefer a real Japanese woman that would watch anime with me.

Manuscripts are quite impressive. I've always wanted to write one, but I don't know Japanese alphabet very well, just some important words such as love or friendship.

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Kark-Jocke
Kark-Jocke

People who laugh at you because you learn things differently will not understand that there is another possibility to learn it, there is never one way to do things. I was teased and bothered several times just because I did my homework long before others and got good grades.

Far as I know four of those who teased me back at school don't have a job today, but I have. I have my own place, they still live at there parents since they don't have money to get there own place. And if a girl teased you at school, it means she likes you after what I been told a long time after.

When I first discovered a book about Samurai and other stuff, I learned the different disciplines they had about have they eat their food, how to greet each other, and how to talk to each other. Completely different from the rest of us in this world.

I always have high respect for Japanese culture and their people.

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Archer_ Creator
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Japanese etiquette is unique. There are numerous customs and manners such as seiza position, politeness, chop-sticks, itadakimasu, dating culture, et cetera. People respect each other and avoid verbal confrontations.

I'd like to spend a few years there to learn their language and culture, but I seriously doubt I'll ever have a chance to do so.

I'm looking forward to a game called "Ghost of Tsushima." It's about Samurai culture.

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Archer_ Creator
Archer_

Konnichiwa. Watashi no namae wa (name) desu. (place) kara kimashita. (age) sai desu. Watash no shigoto wa (job) desu. Nihon ni kyoumi ga aru kara, nihongo o benyoishiteimasu.
Yoroshiku onegaishimasu.

Hello. My name is(name). I come from(place). I'm (age). My job is(occupation). I'm studying Japanese because I'm interested in Japan.
Please treat me well.

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Yukino_ Creator
Yukino_

Hon o yonde iru aida ni nemutte shimatta.
I fell asleep while I was reading a book.

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Archer_ Creator
Archer_

Nani-ka nomimono ga hoshii. Watashi wa shiro-wain ga suki desu. :D

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Yukino_ Creator
Yukino_

Watashi wa orenji ju-su ga ichiban suki desu.
I like orange juice best.

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