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Forum: General Chat 2010-01-20, 09:36
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Posted By LiberLibri
Some Japanese people really love to surf....

Some Japanese people really love to surf. Shonan-Fujisawa is one of the most well-known surfing area in the country. There are sportsmen and -women with black surfing suites over tanned skin around...
Forum: General Chat 2010-01-20, 09:24
Replies: 3,415
Views: 344,956
Posted By LiberLibri
Do you mean Sashi-e (挿絵)? It is an illustration...

Do you mean Sashi-e (挿絵)? It is an illustration inserted into a blank space among texts.
Forum: General Chat 2010-01-17, 18:10
Replies: 3,769
Views: 353,539
Posted By LiberLibri
It is an abbreviate form of...

It is an abbreviate form of "むさくるしい(musa-kurushii)", which means too masculine, not smart, stinking.
Forum: General Chat 2010-01-17, 06:42
Replies: 3,769
Views: 353,539
Posted By LiberLibri
Dossai is a dialect expression of "many", used in...

Dossai is a dialect expression of "many", used in Kyusyu area. Similarly Massai is "exhausting" in Okinawa.
Forum: General Chat 2010-01-01, 00:04
Replies: 65
Views: 2,185
Posted By LiberLibri
Have a nice year!

Have a nice year!
Forum: General Chat 2010-01-01, 00:01
Replies: 1,608
Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
1. I think I should now make peace with him. He...

1. I think I should now make peace with him. He once helped me. A nice greeting would build a good friendship. OK, I know.
2. Welcome! (in Japanese "Yokoso", sounds nearly Yoko, the character's...
Forum: General Chat 2009-10-23, 08:10
Replies: 1,608
Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
As seen in Miki's case, I tend to cherish...

As seen in Miki's case, I tend to cherish subcharacters rather than the main figures. I prefer Kanae to Rihoko in Amagami.

This week, I began video broadcasting (http://www.stickam.jp/). It's only...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-25, 07:01
Replies: 14
Views: 896
Posted By LiberLibri
Carrie Asai...

Carrie Asai (http://www.amazon.com/Samurai-Girl-Sword-Carrie-Asai/dp/0689859481) has. The Japanese version (http://www.amazon.co.jp/サムライガール1-キャリー・アサイ/dp/4840126453/) was illustrated by 田倉トオル...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-21, 23:41
Replies: 1,608
Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
They told about a tab formed score...

They told about a tab formed score (http://www.guitar-guitar-guitar.com/lesson/cont05.html). Many audience wanted the guitar player to publish the score of his performance, and he told that he needed...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-21, 20:52
Replies: 1,608
Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
表面張力 (surface tension)。

表面張力 (surface tension)。
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-20, 18:09
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Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
wtŏng ryu (in pinyin) in the meaning,...

wtŏng ryu (in pinyin)
in the meaning, "February Socks", I think.
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-18, 10:18
Replies: 1,608
Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
(Jokingly) She is a young elite guy in the...

(Jokingly) She is a young elite guy in the special scientific police team. She makes patrol on a Jet Beetle, and collides into a red light sphere to death. However, the outer-space intelligence in...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-18, 08:35
Replies: 7,568
Views: 914,079
Posted By LiberLibri
Gochisousama ご馳走さま literally means "You have...

Gochisousama ご馳走さま literally means "You have rushed around to prepare the dishes for me. Thanks for it". It can be traced back to as a Buddhism phrase (you know Buddhists focus on the connection of...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-17, 08:36
Replies: 7,568
Views: 914,079
Posted By LiberLibri
To French speakers: You write "in spring /...

To French speakers:

You write "in spring / in summer / in autumn / in winter" in French as "au printemps / en ete / en autumne / en hiver". Why only printemps is accompanied with "au"? Why not...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-16, 06:48
Replies: 3,415
Views: 344,956
Posted By LiberLibri
In what aspect? Some people would name Tokugawa...

In what aspect? Some people would name Tokugawa Ieyasu (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokugawa_Ieyasu), the founder of unified Japan as it is today. Others might prefer Murasaki Shikibu...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-15, 07:20
Replies: 3,415
Views: 344,956
Posted By LiberLibri
Correct. It is apparent from their state names in...

Correct. It is apparent from their state names in kanji:
NK: 朝鮮民主主義人民共和国
SK: 大韓民国

The English name, Korea, comes from the ancient dynasty 高麗 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goryeo) (Goryo), and...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-13, 02:12
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Views: 353,539
Posted By LiberLibri
I think it should be 海外への郵便物は余裕を持って出しましょう。(When...

I think it should be 海外への郵便物は余裕を持って出しましょう。(When you send a letter to overseas, you must post it with a sufficient margin of time.)
海外からの(FROM) and 出しましょう (SEND) contradict with each other. 持 and 待...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-10, 08:28
Replies: 3,769
Views: 353,539
Posted By LiberLibri
Exactly. Try by 週末 or しゅうまつ.

Exactly. Try by 週末 or しゅうまつ.
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-10, 08:14
Replies: 3,769
Views: 353,539
Posted By LiberLibri
Good. You don't have to emphasize THIS because...

Good. You don't have to emphasize THIS because the listener can easily suppose it.
Or if you want to say it manifestly, then "kono donichi wa".



It will be also good.
Kono donichi wa doko...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-10, 08:09
Replies: 1,608
Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
Hey daddy. What's the matter? Today I drew a...

Hey daddy.
What's the matter?
Today I drew a picture of you! The teacher told me to illustrate you as you are at home.
I hope you depicted me so cool...
[the illustration]
HEY BUTLER! Come out!...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-08, 09:13
Replies: 1,608
Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
You, mom and daddy, are you a sweet couple? ...

You, mom and daddy, are you a sweet couple?
Huh?
Uncle George told me that although you make often quarrels but in fact you love much each other.
Umm... Say, it is a kind of adults' secret.
A...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-06, 08:53
Replies: 1,608
Views: 185,963
Posted By LiberLibri
I think that is it: じゃじゃ馬グルーミンUP!...

I think that is it: じゃじゃ馬グルーミンUP! (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaja_Uma_Grooming_Up!)
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-04, 20:49
Replies: 7,568
Views: 914,079
Posted By LiberLibri
Yeah. I think it is not a checkmark ✓ but a root...

Yeah. I think it is not a checkmark ✓ but a root √.
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-03, 06:49
Replies: 7,568
Views: 914,079
Posted By LiberLibri
Yes. Soba doesn't contain animal materials...

Yes. Soba doesn't contain animal materials including egg or milk. It is made just from wheat flour and soba powder. But the dip soup is often made with fish essence. You might request the dip only...
Forum: General Chat 2009-09-03, 06:33
Replies: 3,769
Views: 353,539
Posted By LiberLibri
As nikorai suggests, Japanese kanjis were...

As nikorai suggests, Japanese kanjis were basically imported from China with some mutation (*). It is pointless to distinguish kanjis from the traditional Chinese characters.

As for modern usage,...
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