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Hiragana (Practice)

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Saga

;D ;D ;D

Right. It's Fune. (:

 

Meaning: Boat

New word:

こころ

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Kisecchi

"Kokoro" it does mean heart thought? :)

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Jin.

You're so fast Yuu :p

Kokoro~~ o3o

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Heart

New word:

みみ

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Jin.

Mimi? Meanin' 'ear' right?

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Saga

Right. (:

Meaning: Ear(s)

New word:

あし

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Kisecchi

"Mimi" ? :)

 

And new word "ashi?"

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Jin.

Neko mimi~~~ -such a perv =v=-

 

Ashi?

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arie

ashi-foot or leg.

I always late...

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Leg (Foot)

New word:

せかい

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Kisecchi

"Sekai" :)

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Saga

Right. (:

Meaning: World

New word:

くち

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BRIDGET

it could be "kuchi" meaning mouth? sorry.. I'm pretty bad at this, I learn langs easily by ear...

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Kisecchi

its "kuchi" :) ?

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Jin.

I just say whatever they say

 

ITS KU!!!

 

 

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chiakaiyuki

Yup Kuchi - mouth ^^

 

Say, Saga, you think you could do another one of these for Katakana?

For me Hiragana = Easy, Katakana = Mother of God what the fuck is this shit. XDDD

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Saga

I will,dear. Just gotta post the lessons. (: I have some more work with hiragana ,to explain. And will post Katakana. Then,I will create a different thread for Katakana practice.

Also,there will be a different thread for Kanji practice. (:

 

That's right. It's kuchi.

Meaning: Mouth

New word:

おかあさん

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Jin.

Okaasan / Okaa-san ( Mother )

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Mother(Formal way)

New word:

あにき

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chiakaiyuki

aniki

it's.... brother?

 

thanks saga!

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Big brother (Formal)

New word:

くるま

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chiakaiyuki

I'm putting my answers in a spoiler so others can guess as well. there are still a few hiragana i'm unsure on, so I'll continue to play if thats ok. (also helps with vocab.)

 

kuruma - car

 

so oniisan is informal and aniki is formal?

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Jin.

Kuruma i guess..

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Car

New word:

あまい

 

P.S.

Aniki is used in a formal way. You can call your big brother "aniki" and someone else can call him "aniki". While, "onii chan"/"onii san" is used to show close-ness. Though,some jerks use it to pick on. (: Well,it's a long story. Need a lesson about this,lol.

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chiakaiyuki

I don't know the meaning of that one! *looks up in the dictionary*

 

amai - sweet, indulgent

 

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