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by Erubey
May 17th, '08, 00:38
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Let's learn Japanese....
Replies: 837
Views: 224784

But saying that means, I replied, plainly. Basically someone asked you if it's your letter, and you answered "I answered/replied". Do use Kaku or even dropped/lost since someone got it for you.

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Uriel
by Erubey
May 16th, '08, 21:38
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Let's learn Japanese....
Replies: 837
Views: 224784

It's for letters or emails as well. However, you wouldn't say へんじしました, since you can't "do" a response, you have to send it/write it/etc.

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Uriel
by Erubey
May 14th, '08, 16:00
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Let's learn Japanese....
Replies: 837
Views: 224784

InTr4nceWeTrust wrote:
I'd actually like it to be commanding. せんせい、 私とにげて。おきなわにいきまっしょ。 Would that be all right?
せんせい、おれとにげろ。おきなわにいこう!

That would solidify your manliness.


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Uriel
by Erubey
Apr 13th, '08, 03:12
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Let's learn Japanese....
Replies: 837
Views: 224784

Both. If you are serious about learning japanese, it's so beginner that there really isn't a difference which.
by Erubey
Apr 11th, '08, 01:18
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Let's learn Japanese....
Replies: 837
Views: 224784

If you guys really want to impress those japanese people or get on it, throw in some keigo(敬語)

これをご覧になってください

It always surprises people

Have fun guys
by Erubey
Jan 14th, '08, 02:20
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Let's learn Japanese....
Replies: 837
Views: 224784

emerica1123 wrote:Is anata sometimes pronounced an'ta?
Yeah, when being overly derogatory to the other person.

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Uriel
by Erubey
Jan 14th, '08, 02:18
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Let's learn Japanese....
Replies: 837
Views: 224784

It just means to be "able to continue".