Yes that is correct, if my understanding is correct there is quite a bit of difference between modern day Japanese and that spoken / written before WW2. I apologize for not being clear. Thank you again for your help
Thank you very much or shall i say Arigatto Gozaimas, for this Toritoribe, would you be so kind and help me with the modern day version as well with the romanji so I am sure of the pronounciation ... Thank you again for your help ... Arigato Gozaimas
Arigatougozaimasu .. I believe that I will use the modern version kinda makes more sense or at least to me it does .. I am finally getting this tattoo ... Toritoribe Arigatougozaimasu ... appreciate your help with this
The other day I was standing in a line at Subway in the middle of the U.S. and the guy in front of me had 家庭 tattooed on his arm. I presume he wanted it to mean "Family." To me it just reads as "household" more than anything. Almost like a random vocabulary word his arm. Not a total fail but still... probably nobody he knows can read it. And those of us who can probably thnk "well that's kind of dumb" like I was thinking. At least the characters were very nicely done.