Hi everyone! I hope you are all well and coping well with life. I would just like you to review my little paragraph and make corrections to help me improve my Japanese grammar skills. Thank you in advance!
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I can't understand how to translate "杓子新報" properly.
I try to translate a game, and recently I stmubled upon this heading in game's newspaper.
I need to mention, that I already found that "新報"("Shinpō") actually means "news" and
commonly used in newspaper's names, for example "歌舞伎新報" ("Kabuki...
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I am trying to translate the sentence: what are you willing to do to survive? I posted this in learning Japanese because I want a bit more explanation than a direct translation so that I can learn how to translate better.
I ended up translating it as: 生き残るために何を喜んでするの？
Is this correct? Or...
hello, I am trying to improve my Japanese. I took a break from learning Japanese and now there are some grammar points I'm not too familiar on.
Right now, I want to learn if there are different situations to use 一番 and 最も.
For example, for "what do you believe in the most?" Is it better or...
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I am learning Japanese from many years already and I decided to use my experience of learning Japanese language to create a mobile application to help people learning this nice language.
I created a small survey (it takes max. 2min to complete) to ask everyone what you expect from a...
I have an Japanese Akita who is named after Muhammad Ali or Cassius Clay (the famous boxer). Whom they deemed "the greatest of all time."
I love Japanese culture and I wanted to know how to write "the greatest of all time" in kanji and if what I looked up is correct. thank you very much in advance!
I was reading this childrens book and I found the clause たすけて くださった.
The character who said it was obviously acknowledging that the listener helped them, but I am confused with exactly how this would be translated into English.
Here is a example of practical Japanese
phrase when you stay at Japanese hotel.
(how to read)yoyaku wo shite arimasu
meaning: I have a reservation.
You can memorize this phrases and use as it is.
But there is several different expressions as the same meaning...
He are the 11 practical Japanese phrases for sight seeing in Japan.
You can use them as they are, don't need to learn difficult grammar!
If you have a question, feel free to ask by comment.
(how to read)shashin wo totte morattemo iidesuka
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I'm reading this scene in a manga where this man teaches a woman about sex and this word popped up... コイッス. What does that mean? I've tried looking the word up on google, and I know that it's related to sexual activity, but I couldn't find out what it means. Can someone tell me what it means?
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I have interests in learning more...
Having gone through jlpt n5 kanji and being halfway through jlpt n4 kanji, I don't find myself having too much trouble with the kunyomi. But the onyomi readings are very confusing, especially since they're mostly all similar, so I find it hard to tell between all of them. I'm aware there isn't a...
I know this probably isn't the place to post this in. But all the language exchange apps/ chat websites were unhelpful. And everyone was too old...I'm 15 years old and I would like someone to practice with. This is frustrating because I know I can't improve my language without talking to anyone...