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message 1: by Lyla, Pick it up, up, up and never say never! (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) | 299 comments Mod
Really does anyone here no Japenese? I REALLY wanna learn!!!!!


message 2: by [deleted user] (new)

i wish i knew japanese!


message 3: by Lyla, Pick it up, up, up and never say never! (new)


message 4: by [deleted user] (new)

Konichiwa, That's about all I know.


message 5: by [deleted user] (new)

yup


message 6: by [deleted user] (new)

I know cantonese! XD


message 7: by [deleted user] (new)

I know Hebrew and Spanish!!


message 8: by [deleted user] (new)

that's sweet


message 9: by [deleted user] (new)

BAKA! that means fool in japansese. If you wacth sub. title animie w/ the sound on u'll get it.


message 10: by [deleted user] (new)

that's AMAZING


message 11: by [deleted user] (new)

Oi-Vey, That means Oh My God in Hebrew.


message 12: by [deleted user] (new)

BAKBAKABAKABKA! >:D


message 13: by [deleted user] (new)

:D


message 14: by [deleted user] (new)

lolz


message 15: by [deleted user] (new)

BAAAAAKKKKKAAA! :D


message 16: by [deleted user] (new)

Hey Rozara, did you find Excalibur in Soul Eater yet?


message 17: by [deleted user] (new)

not yet =)


message 18: by Lyla, Pick it up, up, up and never say never! (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) | 299 comments Mod
Grey wrote: "BAKA! that means fool in japansese. If you wacth sub. title animie w/ the sound on u'll get it."

Actually no it doesn't. it means stupid. I watch anime as well. Baka is NOT 'fool'.


message 19: by [deleted user] (new)

ah, it's all the same isn't it? =)


message 20: by Lyla, Pick it up, up, up and never say never! (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) | 299 comments Mod
I'm taking lessons btw.


message 21: by Lyla, Pick it up, up, up and never say never! (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) | 299 comments Mod
Hiragana - ひらがな

The first step is to learn the alphabet. Or, at least, the sounds that exist in the Japanese language. There are absolutely no "tones" like in Chinese, Thai, etc. and there are only 2 exceptions within the alphabet which will be explained later. The characters listed below are called Hiragana. It is the main alphabet for Japanese. The Japanese language also consists of Chinese characters (Kanji), which we will get into later, and another alphabet, Katakana, which is mainly used for foreign words. Katakana will be covered in Lesson 2.

There are 5 vowels in the Japanese language. (a), pronounced "ahh", (i), pronounced like "e" in "eat", (u), pronounced like "oo" in "soon", (e), pronounced like "e" in "elk", and (o), pronounced "oh". All Hiragana characters end with one of these vowels, with the exception of (n). The only "consonant" that does not resemble that of English is the Japanese "r". It is slightly "rolled" as if it were a combination of a "d", "r", and "l".


a い
i う
u え
e お
o

ka き
ki く
ku け
ke こ
ko

ga ぎ
gi ぐ
gu げ
ge ご
go

sa し
shi す
su せ
se そ
so

za じ
ji ず
zu ぜ
ze ぞ
zo

ta ち
chi つ
tsu て
te と
to

da ぢ
ji づ
zu で
de ど
do

na に
ni ぬ
nu ね
ne の
no

ha ひ
hi ふ
fu へ
he ほ
ho

ba び
bi ぶ
bu べ
be ぼ
bo

pa ぴ
pi ぷ
pu ぺ
pe ぽ
po

ma み
mi む
mu め
me も
mo

ya ゆ
yu よ
yo

ra り
ri る
ru れ
re ろ
ro

wa を
wo ん
n/m

Combinations

きゃ
kya きゅ
kyu きょ
kyo
ぎゃ
gya ぎゅ
gyu ぎょ
gyo
しゃ
sha しゅ
shu しょ
sho
じゃ
ja じゅ
ju じょ
jo
ちゃ
cha ちゅ
chu ちょ
cho
にゃ
nya にゅ
nyu にょ
nyo
ひゃ
hya ひゅ
hyu ひょ
hyo
びゃ
bya びゅ
byu びょ
byo
ぴゃ
pya ぴゅ
pyu ぴょ
pyo
みゃ
mya みゅ
myu みょ
myo
りゃ
rya りゅ
ryu りょ
ryo



Exceptions:
1. は (ha) is pronounced "wa" when it immediately follows the topic of the sentence. It is usually only pronounced "ha" when it is part of a word.
2. へ (he) is pronounced "e" when it immediately follows a place or direction. Both of these are very simple to detect.

Click here if you'd like to know why these two exceptions exist.

Note: You probably noticed that there are 2 "zu" and 2 "ji". づ (zu) and ぢ (ji) are very rarely used. づ (zu) only occurs when there is a つ (tsu) in front of it like in つづく (tsuzuku - to continue) or when a Kanji (Chinese character) that starts with つ (tsu) is paired at the end with another character changing the つ (tsu) to a づ (zu). The same applies for ぢ (ji). Since they are used so rarely I wouldn't worry about them too much. I will let you know whenever we come upon a word in which they are used.

(Copyed STRAIGHT from the sight i'm learning from)


message 22: by [deleted user] (new)

OMGSH that's so cool!!!


message 23: by [deleted user] (new)

Sweet! BAAKAKAKAKAKAKAKA!


message 24: by [deleted user] (new)

wow that rocks!


message 25: by Lyla, Pick it up, up, up and never say never! (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) | 299 comments Mod
Isn't it!? xD


message 26: by Lyla, Pick it up, up, up and never say never! (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) | 299 comments Mod
My casa found the site for me! ^^ you'll NEVER find out what that word means from me!


message 27: by [deleted user] (new)

hmm.................................boyfriend?


message 28: by [deleted user] (new)

Antidisestablishmetarianism lol The longest word in the Dictionary.


message 29: by [deleted user] (new)

wow


message 30: by [deleted user] (new)

Yeah, I got a lot of Random things in my Head.


message 31: by Lyla, Pick it up, up, up and never say never! (new)

Lyla Neko (scourgelyla) | 299 comments Mod
I pronounced that right! WOOT!!!!!


message 32: by [deleted user] (new)

XD


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