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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by earllogjam, Feb 13, 2009.
Nihongo hanaseru kata koko ni imasu ka.
Ohio gosyamus. Ogenki desaka?
Did that even make sense? I took the hewkd awn fawniks Japanese course.
That is a very common greeting Jason.
It has been years since I had tried any Japanese but that was an easy one.
Sugoi!! Sukoshi Nihongo ga wakarimasu. Nihongo ga suki desu.
Anata wa Nihonjin desu ka.
Nihongo o benkyo o shimasu ka.
Doko ni sunde imasu ka.
Hiragana to Katakana to Kanji wa yomu koto ga dekimasu ka.
"Ohio gosyamus. Ogenki desaka?"
Actually, its: Ohaiyo gozaimasu. Ogenki desu ka.
nihongo jozu desu ne.
jitsu wa kyo kaze o hiite ie ni orimasu.
ainiku, kanji wa mada dame desu. kana shika yomerarenai.