Posted 2 years ago

### hi friends

so 1 simple problem apeard. i know im damn late, but brandy new info: MU is dead, so all my hosted exercises went to hell, there’s my request. IF THEREs ANY1 WHO CAN RESEND ME THAT PDFs I WOULD BE DAMNLY GLAD AND WILL SEND SOMETHING PRECIOUS AS A REWARD TOO. SO, PLS.

Posted 2 years ago

Lesson 4: Declining and numbers.

So, finally I found time to make it. Yup, you can blink as many times as you want, its true.

Erm, Declining.

Let’s learn how to say “NO, BITCH!” gently.

As you already know, the simpliest pattern for sentences is

A-ha B desu

but how to say if A isnt B? lol its even not looking similar to A, nor it sounds. there’s solution duble way’ish i would say.

A-ha B deha arimasen OR A-ha B ja arimasen. A isn’t B.
AはB「では・じゃ」あいません。
let’s make it clear on our wellknown example.

Tanaka-san ha baka [deha/ja]armiasen Mr.Tanaka isn’t idiot.

Simple, isn’t it?

NUMBERS

it’s simple as well!

1 [ichi] いち・一
2 [ni]　に・二
3 [san]　さん・三
4 [shi/yon]　し／よん・四
5 [go]　ご・五
6 [roku]　ろく・六
7 [shichi/nana]　しち／なな・七
8 [hachi]　はち・八
9 [ku/kyū]　く／きゅう・九
10 [jū] じゅう・十
0 [zero/maru]　ゼロ／まる

the rule is simple, if we want 45 we say 4x10+5 what looks shijūgo, 69 rokujūkyū, etc

but how to say 1960? so its sen kyū hyaku roku jū {similar to thanks you rokuju isnt it?}

dun worry there are more numbers

100 [hyaku]　百
1.000 [sen]　千
10.000 [ichiman]　一万
100.000 [jūman]　十万
1.000.000 [hyakuman]　百万
10.000.000 [issenman]　一千万
100.000.000 [ichioku]　一億

PS that simple and short lesson is just prelude! i wrote it couse the blog looks so sad. while im on god damn hangover ill just end it here, and gonna reasume it as fast as possible ( this time its not creepy lie ^^”) so stay tuned couse:

Comming soon: Lessons 5: More numbers, adjectives and stuff.

Posted 2 years ago

### gomene~!

lessons gona be reasumed soon! and ill try to post one lesson every midweek! stay tuned and prepare for more japanese stuff. mata kondo~!

Posted 3 years ago

Lesson 3: Grammar Intro

Ok, having summer break i was thinking what should i include in here ‘couse there’s a lot of impressive things which should be tought to you as fast as it’s possible.

so first of all according to the title what’s the most common sentence in japanese?
what’s the verb which is so spammy there?

the answer is DESU (です)  what’s simply means TO BE (not exactly at all cases but generally its do so)

ok so here’s the verb we’re going to use in that lesson.

the most important basic idea which leads in japanese is the order in sentences.
its different than “ours” europeans.

simple european order in sentence A is B is well know schema SVO (subject-A verb-“is” object-B)

Tanaka-san is dumbass.

in japanese theres a bit odd order in sentences.the schema is SOV where’s verb is at the end of the sentence.   it looks exactly like that:
A-wa* B desu. 　　　　　　　AはBです。 *
Tanaka-san-wa baka desu.     田中さんはバカです。

you can say that way alot of things. its awesome to describe everything :)

To say I, You, He, She, It**, We, You, They look below.

I
watashi (わたし・私）- neutral fem/m [mostly used]
watakushi (わたくし・私）- only female [female talk] unusual
atashi (あたし・n/a) - only female
boku (ぼく・僕）- only male, neutral
ore (おれ・俺）- fem/m a bit rude
washi (わし・？？？）-barely used by old males
wagahai (わがはい・吾輩）-vulgar.

You ***
anata (あなた・貴方）most common
omae (おまえ・御前) archaism (with +sama, +san, +kata, +dono is making polite honorifing “you”) alone is abit rude
kimi (きみ・君）only for close friends, gf/bf lovers, family
anta (あんた・n/a) female v. of anata.
kisama (きさま・貴様） very vulgar nad rude try not to use it ^^.

She
kanojo (かのじょ・彼女）

He
kare (かれ・彼）

It**
kore, sore, are (これ、それ、あれ）

Who
dare (だれ・誰）

We
add ~tachi to I, you will get plural form.　（～たち・～達）
watashitachi, bokutachi　and so on.

They
usually tachi works as well, but if there are bunch of men there’s exception.
group of fem kanojotachi
group of m karera
group of dogs inutachi
group of medics ishiatachi
if you need to say plural form of somthing or somebody tachi is nice escape way :)

You***
anatatachi and so on ^^

Some new words specially for you(some usefull some not, but ill just leave it here ) :
akai 　　あかい・赤い 　red
kuroi　　くろい・黒い　　black
shiroi　  しろい・白い　  white
aoi       あおい・青い　  blue
kii　　　きい・貴い　　　yellow
midorii   みどりい・緑い　green
oishii    おいしい・？？　　tasty

nounds
iro いろ・ 色 color
yashuu やしゅう　baseball
yuushoku ゆうしょく・夕食 dinner
chuushoku ちゅうしょく・昼食　dinner
souji そうじ・掃除　cleaning

BTW I made mistake in last exercises. hebi is a snake not sake. im very sorry!

___________
*-
particle wa is written as hiragana ha its a rule,cant be helped.
**-
kore- something near. sore - something near our listener. are sth away of us and our listener.
***-
as i said erlier, try not to say directly, better use name, or surname. its more polite.

Comming soon Lesson 4: Declining and numbers.

Posted 3 years ago

Lesson 2 First words and sentences

First of all, i should fill the small empty hole in kanas i’ve left last time.
so, as you surely have noticed, in last chart there were no hard’sounding signs like za, da, ga, pa, ba. to perform that kind of sign all you need to do is to add in upper right corner of sign. for example.
sa->za　さー＞ざ
ka->ga　かー＞が
ta->da　たー＞だ
ha->ba　はー＞ば

to make ha->pa はー＞ぱ　add small circle in the same, right upper corner of sign.
ofc, that way of modifying sounds works also to equivalent like he ku to etc.

sometimes in some japanese songs/movies/anime etc we notice the loong sounds of a, i , u , e , o ver. why and how?
its simple it is enlenghting of the sound. it is marked in hiragana by using u（う）after sound you want to enlenght. in katakana it is simple “ー” after sound what need to be a bit longer.

other issue is a fact sometimes we can notice that there in japanese its imposible to place a letter ( which isn’t a i u e o) w/o that a,i,u,e,o so how can exist that words?
hokkaido, kippu, itte, matte ? the rule is simple just place small “tsu” before the “wanna be” duplicated letter.
ki(small-tsu)pu
ho(small-tsu)kaido
etc.

the rule is the same in katakana and hiragana.

small “tsu” is also used to show cutting of the sound. like when some1 is shocked
waaa(small-tsu)

the last rule i want to add is making sounds like hya, kya , nyu etc.
you make it taking i-kind sing of each group like ki mi chi shi gi pi and add after it small ya yu yo
ex.
gi+small ya= gya
pi+small yu= pyu
etc.
But where are the words and sentences promissed in the subject tittle?
words arent as easy as you predicted to obtain. here is chart with them but something is missing, can you fill it with yourself? dekimasune~
i hope so ^^

the sentences are almost on the way, they are in here! check below

o-genki desu-ka。「 おげんき　ですか。」 How are you?
genki desu.　「げんき　です。」 I’m good.
genki dewaarimasen./genki jaarimasen.「げんき　でありません。・げんき　じゃありません。」 I’m not good.
anata-wa?　「あなたは？」 And you?＊＊

＿＿＿＿＿＿＿
＊－jaarimasen is less polite.
＊＊－better dont say directly you, use the name, nickname, surname etc. its more polite. ex. sadako-san-wa? keichi-kun-wa?

and last sentence i want to teach you is as simple as it looks. whats your name?

I’m Tom.                              watashi-wa Tom desu./Tom desu.
My name is Tom.                   watashi-no onamae-wa Tom desu.
What’s your name.                 anata-no onamae-wa nan desu ka?
nice to meet you.                  hajimemashite/yoroshiku onegaishimasu. ( first is more polite)

Comming soon: Lesson 3: Grammar intro

Here
is katakana chart completed.
Here is hiragana chart completed.

Posted 3 years ago

Lesson I Begin with Kanas

Japanese is written in a combination of three scripts: hiragana, katakana, and kanji. Kanji represents ideas or objects, hiragana expresses the grammatical relationships between them. Katakana is used for words of foreign origin. Like romaji, both hiragana and katakana characters represent one syllable and have no meaning other than the representation of sound. Though Japanese is usually written in a combination of three scripts, Japanese sentences can be written in either hiragana or katakana only. I think learning hiragana and katakana is a good start for Japanese writing.

I will show 46 basic hiragana and 46 katakana characters this time, and in the following lessons I will introduce how to write them.

The best way to learn is write write write and write. try to learn hiragana first, becouse its easier. and when you will know it good, try with katakana.
Ganbatte!

Comming soon:
Lesson 2 First words and sentences.

PS after reading this post you may think
Where the heck are the rest of kanas?
please be patient its also comming soon!

Posted 3 years ago

### USEFULL PAGE

damn alot of various tutorials, stories, workbooks, dictionaries for studing japanese and other langages i hope it will be good crap to you.

Posted 3 years ago

long lasting w8ing, some1 hardly missed.

Posted 3 years ago

あきる [akiru]      to get tired of; to lose interest in; to have enough
obviously the ru-verb
kanji detials