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I have an audio book with a PDF accompying it but this shit is hard, honestly, it's like trying to learn a foriegn language. I can ask where the bathroom is and have some very basic understanding of the fundamental grammar and pronunciation, going to get that ground work in before I going any further and the way you use the Japnaese keyboard is so damn difficult, like trying to use predictive text on a phone from the early 00's.



 

Everything in the above reply is my opinion, from my own perspective and not representative of reality outside of my own head!

-Android user, please be gentle with critique on my spelling.

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John2290 said:
I have an audio book with a PDF accompying it but this shit is hard, honestly, it's like trying to learn a foriegn language. I can ask where the bathroom is and have some very basic understanding of the fundamental grammar and pronunciation, going to get that ground work in before I going any further and the way you use the Japnaese keyboard is so damn difficult, like trying to use predictive text on a phone from the early 00's.

Well.... that's literally what it is



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Ka-pi96 said:
John2290 said:
I have an audio book with a PDF accompying it but this shit is hard, honestly, it's like trying to learn a foriegn language. I can ask where the bathroom is and have some very basic understanding of the fundamental grammar and pronunciation, going to get that ground work in before I going any further and the way you use the Japnaese keyboard is so damn difficult, like trying to use predictive text on a phone from the early 00's.

Well.... that's literally what it is

A failed joke :D. 



 

Everything in the above reply is my opinion, from my own perspective and not representative of reality outside of my own head!

-Android user, please be gentle with critique on my spelling.

A Japanese woman (customer) at my workplace asked if I was Japanese. Then she and her husband (white) asked if I ever been there. This happened about a month ago, but it was the first time at my garden center workplace I was not mistaken for Hispanic when called the wrong heritage. I am a mut who is 75% white and 25% Filpino. I am very tan tho, probably more tan than most Japanese from my filipino heritage and also because I work out in the sun all day. I am about 7 or 8 on a 10 scale for tan compared to a typical hispanic at my workplace so I am surprised I could be mistaken since my idea is that most Japanese are light skin as was this woman. 



If learning japanese would not include learning all the different signs, I totally would be willing.
I think japanese is a very nice language and i like its sound. I caught some words here and there (when watching anime^^), but its very limited. I have absolutely no idea about grammar or anything else. xD

Konbawa mina-tachi!
Watashi wa nihongo no sukoshi hanasemas, soredemo watashi wa nihongo no dai suki.
Nihongo no utsukushi desu. Seiyuu no nihonjin honto ni kawaiiiiiiiii desu.
Oyasumi nasai.

I guess that was like 60-70% of my total japanese "vocabulary". ^^

Special mention for probably the both most important japanese words in anime:
urusai, urusai, urusai...
baka... baka... baaaaaa-ka...

xD



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DaAndy said:
If learning japanese would not include learning all the different signs, I totally would be willing.
I think japanese is a very nice language and i like its sound. I caught some words here and there (when watching anime^^), but its very limited. I have absolutely no idea about grammar or anything else. xD

Konbawa mina-tachi!
Watashi wa nihongo no sukoshi hanasemas, soredemo watashi wa nihongo no dai suki.
Nihongo no utsukushi desu. Seiyuu no nihonjin honto ni kawaiiiiiiiii desu.
Oyasumi nasai.

I guess that was like 60-70% of my total japanese "vocabulary". ^^

Special mention for probably the both most important japanese words in anime:
urusai, urusai, urusai...
baka... baka... baaaaaa-ka...

xD

Nihon no koten Syosetsu(Classic novels) wo yomimasyo.

sore ha anime yori utukushi.