I am reading Alice In Wonderland in Japanese, and I keep coming across the word なっちゃった ( nacchatta). Ive tried so hard to find a meaning but am still empty handed. Does anyone have any clue what it means?
Arigatoo! Thank you so much, Nangi-san. That really helps becuase it comes up a lot in the story. I also have a question about the punctuation. What are those things that kinda look like [ and ] except a little different. I cant figure out how to get my computer to type what Im trying to explain, so i hope you get what im talking about!
Well i am only 15 so i dont work...but I did finally figure out how to type them while I was messing with my IME. Hhhhmmmmm, the things you learn everyday. I just cant wait till summer break so i can focus on Japanese (they dont offer it at my school) instead of how many "i"'s are in Mississippi, or how to type "properly", or that (n-2)180 is the formula for any n-gon.
Lucky! I cant wait till i go to Japan for foreign exchange......a whole year away! But next year I am taking classes at the community college, since I live in a little logger town and the only language classes are French and Spanish. So it will be regular school, community college, and drivers ed, all at once. Ahhhhhh, so much for such a little person!
Well, I have no doubt that if you can bring yourself to a good enough level to read Alice in Wonderland in Japanese through self-study, that you'll be able to handle it. Have faith in your abilities... I still can't read the newspaper and I've been here for 5 years...