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that's because katananja doesn't know Angelfire doesn't like offlinking. :)

oh, and don't address him/her as "-chan". They don't take those lightly. :p better use "-san" instead to be politically correct.:)
 

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Quickie Guide to Addressing Japanese People :D

"-san" --> used in addressing unfamiliar people, or even acquaintances.

"-chan" --> used in addressing people (usually female) close to you.

"-kun" --> used in addressing boys younger than you (though some Japanese use it also in conjunction with girls' names.)

"-sempai" -->used in addressing people senior to you (in rank)

"BAKAYARO!" -->used in addressing jerks/bums :D
 

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you're a WHAT??? :D
 

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actually, the sentence construction was okay....the japanese would understand it's a gaijin who's talking anyway. :D


You're on the right path. :) keep on trying, and you'll eventually be able to go to Japan someday and actually get to have a coherent conversation with the game store clerk :D pretty helpful in ferreting out those rare, Japan-only games. :D
 

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About, bakka america-jin

Originally posted by Asz
lets see if I can put together a sentence then shall we?
"Komban wa Katananja-san. Watashi wa bakka america-jin desu."
(I'm going by what time it is when I posted this.)
Will that work out? :D
Hello ASZ :)

The sentence is perfect, but you know what you talking about??
"Good Evening Katananja-san. I'm a stupid american" ???

Well, :
- Ore wa ninhondin janai desuyo, boku no kuni wa BRASIL (BURAJIRU) desu.
Daquedo ima wa ninhon ni sundeimasu :-D
Yorohike ne!
 

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yeah, that's what he meant, katananja. :D :D :D
 
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