NE1 studying japanese?Watch
I was just wondering if there is anyone who has just started A level Japanese or is studying any other qualification. i am really bored and i would also like to hear about what other people thought of the AS exam03.
From Louise xx
Watashi wa Nihongo ga wakarimasu.
Anata desu ka?
AS level shiken ga muzukashi desu ka?
Kanji ga wakarimasu ka?
Japanese language? Totally unworthy of my time.
Anyway I would love to learn Japanese...my brother introduced me to anime a while ago which I greatly enjoy and I have picked up a couple of words/phrases etc etc...tis such a shame my school doesn't offer it as a course! *sigh*
My sister, who has a talent for languages which I unfortunatly lack, was hoping to do it at uni but there wasn;t a course available that had what she wanted (she is currently doing spanish and french and wanted to do spanish main and japanese...-I really am having trouble explaining!)
Ah well...goodluck with it
Hello - konijiwa
How are you? - ganki deska?
I'm fine- ganki des
what's your name - oni-ma-o-wa?
my name is ____ - watashiwa _____ des
there it is - kor-e wa / sor-e wa
4- yon (yawn)
6- rocko (rolling the r)
if anyone has other basic words... i for one would be interested
"itch! ni! san! shi!..." or something
I really enjoy anime...and find I am picking up small bits of the language as I go...
I would love to learn this language.
yeah but the all the chinese are behind a big ol' firewall that blocks alot of content of the internet. The chinese authorities are worried that they wil read negative stuff bout china being a communist state and dictatorship. So they bloke it off. thats why u dont get loads and loads of chinese ppl on the intenet as we no it. There are a billion of them and so there should be a major showing from them.
Besides, the Japanese market nowadays and for the past ten years has been in a complete shambles; I would never want to invest or make a venture there.
On the political side, this is true about the Chinese government - about the blockage and censorship, with the Internet being one of the forms of communication being affected. Though, have you considered the more "internal", less obvious dictatorship in Japan? Yes, in a certain degree it's more open than China, but still, internal censorship and domination over foreign business are still prevalent, equally if not more than China. For example, many international firms opening branches in Japan all require partnership with local firm giants, which in China does not happen at all. Thus, on the commercial side which only matters, China is worth considering much more than Japan, notwithstanding its rapidly booming market.
Foreigners would never want to tred on sensitive boundaries of its "dictatorship" but instead focus on the capitalist side of things, i.e. commercial deals and business. Here, it is relatively open, and is virtually all that matters really.
However, I do agree that the work involved in learning Chinese or Japanese, is too much to even consider at the moment.