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    I don't want to become fluent, I don't expect that.

    My friend is learning Japanese. It's her birthday in May, so I've got some time to get it done, and I thought it would be nice to write her a card in Japanese, but I don't trust online translators, so I was wondering if someone could help me out?

    If anyone can help me write out the correct Japanese characters, would you be willing to help? I'd really appreciate it.

    Thanks x

    I want the message to read (I know it's not massively unique, but that's what the Japanese is for also, it does include some in-jokes; you don't have to get them):

    Dear Zoe,
    Happy 18th birthday!
    Hope it's awesome for you and that you get everything you could possibly want.
    If you don't enjoy it, may you sit in Busby's Chair! Ha ha!
    Love from,
    England
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    I'll try to do it tomorrow or on friday.

    I don't have a lot of experience at all though, so you should probably post this in the Japanese Society so people who actually speak the language correctly can answer you.
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    I'll try to do it tomorrow or on friday.

    I don't have a lot of experience at all though, so you should probably post this in the Japanese Society so people who actually speak the language correctly can answer you.
    Thank you. I spent a while looking around for somewhere more appropriate to post this, but failed. Ha ha, much appreciated
 
 
 
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