You might have figured this out by now, but here are some corrections in bold= こんいちは！ わたし は れえん です。 よろしく おねがいします。こんいちわ！ わたし わ りいん です。 よろしく おねがいします。
Not too sure if I did that right. Anyways, I am new to the Japanese language. I have been learning it for the past few weeks. I realized it would be a lot easier if I had fellow learners to practice with, since I am pretty much just teaching myself Japanese. I'be learnt kana and have started learning kanji.
I didn't see the further misspelling of こにちは. (<- How it's actually spelled.)Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure that's going to be こんにちは because that second ん sound is important and Japanese native speakers can hear it starkly if it's absent. Also, I'm guessing 'reen' with a double 'e' is pronounced with an い not an え sound, so I'd go with リイン unless it's Japanese (no idea, assuming it's not).
The only reason I know is that a Japanese friend of mine told me I sounded funny... I'm grateful to that friend because he's the only guy I know who won't just let me sound wrong without telling me!I'll be darned. Apparently I did not pay that much attention in class. こんにちは is the proper way to spell it.