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help !! survey for nihongo class about anime !! :(

anjera

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Hellooo can i ask for help a , a favor could u answer this survey abt anime for me . i need it for my nihongo class and i need at least 30 respondents :(( it' for a project

here's the link to it:
domou arigatou gozaimasu
 

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I don't think there are many high school students using this site. How old is high school by the way? In Britain it is 11-16 or 11-18, in Japan it is 15-18.
I'll ask my 12 year old son tonight if he's not too young.
 

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typos
ぼけん --> ぼけん
あまりまない --> あまりない
ぜんぜんまない --> ぜんぜんない

みますですか is ungrammatical. It should be みますか.


By the way, there are few high school students members in this forum, unfortunately.
 

anjera

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oh
typos
ぼけん --> ぼけん
あまりまない --> あまりない
ぜんぜんまない --> ぜんぜんない

みますですか is ungrammatical. It should be みますか.


By the way, there are few high school students members in this forum, unfortunately.
ohh im actually taking responses from any age nowHAHA, the deadline's so near that im asking help from anyone

thank you for the corrections btw!! im gonna fix it
 

anjera

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I don't think there are many high school students using this site. How old is high school by the way? In Britain it is 11-16 or 11-18, in Japan it is 15-18.
I'll ask my 12 year old son tonight if he's not too young.
thank you! and im taking answers from all ages now, just as long as you watch anime !!
 

anjera

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typos
ぼけん --> ぼけん
あまりまない --> あまりない
ぜんぜんまない --> ぜんぜんない

みますですか is ungrammatical. It should be みますか.


By the way, there are few high school students members in this forum, unfortunately.
btw,, our sensei told us to use mimasu desu ka,, should i bring this up to her?
 

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btw,, our sensei told us to use mimasu desu ka,, should i bring this up to her?
That's for you to decide! It is a very basic mistake though - is your teacher Japanese? By the way, there are lots of nice people on this site with native-level Japanese who are happy to answer your questions if you get stuck on anything.
 

anjera

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That's for you to decide! It is a very basic mistake though - is your teacher Japanese? By the way, there are lots of nice people on this site with native-level Japanese who are happy to answer your questions if you get stuck on anything.
she isnt,, shes a nihongojin tho. and thank you , im happy to have found this site :)
 

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What's a "nihongojin"? Either someone is a native Japanese speaker or they're not.

There are near-native second language learners as well, but if your teacher is telling you that "みますです" is grammatical, then I'm afraid I have serious doubts about her ability to teach Japanese. That's a first-year Japanese level mistake.
 

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What's a "nihongojin"? Either someone is a native Japanese speaker or they're not.

There are near-native second language learners as well, but if your teacher is telling you that "みますです" is grammatical, then I'm afraid I have serious doubts about her ability to teach Japanese. That's a first-year Japanese level mistake.
ohh idk she said nihongojin is a nihongo speaker aaaa, she taught us that during our first year
 

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What's a "nihongojin"? Either someone is a native Japanese speaker or they're not.

There are near-native second language learners as well, but if your teacher is telling you that "みますです" is grammatical, then I'm afraid I have serious doubts about her ability to teach Japanese. That's a first-year Japanese level mistake.
she's just following a curriculum from the japan foundation thoughh so i dont really blame her
 

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"Nihongojin" isn't really a word. I mean, I guess it kind of gets across the meaning as a sort of made-up cutesy-sounding word, but I don't think it's the kind of thing that should be taught in a class. (A "Japanese speaker" would be 日本語話者 [nihongo washa] or the like.)

she's just following a curriculum from the japan foundation thoughh so i dont really blame her
I highly doubt an official curriculum provided by the Japan Foundation includes phrases like みますです and 日本語人. Sorry, I'm not trying to be mean to you or your teacher, but it's a little bit worrisome to me if you're being taught by someone whose own command of the language isn't so great.

Like Lothorさん said above, feel free to post any questions you have here about your assignments or the Japanese language in general, and hopefully we can help guide to you in the right direction.
 

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