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Translation of a phrase

Toby PCMR

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Ok, I speak English and very little Japanese but tried to translate the name of my work as the intended audience is Japanese as well as English. It's called "My Sakuga Project" - is "わたしの 作画 プロジェクト" this the best translation? Have I done it properly? I want it to be as accurate as possible please. How do I write it in Japanese?
 

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Your translation works fine. The most appropriate translation of the first person pronoun differs depending on the nuance you want to give, though.
 

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Your translation works fine. The most appropriate translation of the first person pronoun differs depending on the nuance you want to give, though.
thankyou, what do you mean by nuance though? also does the japanese version i wrote sound normal/friendly? i don't want it to be offensive in any way.
 

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Ok, thank you very much for your help i very much appreciate it. :emoji_slight_smile:
 
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