This thread is for the discussion of the language, culture, travel, daily life, etc. of Japan.
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How to Learn Japanese
100 most common Japanese words
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I asked you to correct my English not encourage me to study
There is surprisingly little Miku futa porn out there from what I have seen which is a great shame
With that being said though due to the Janitors nazi habits you will never seen a me post a Miku dick picture so you can stop waiting
If it's sunny at the moment but you can see black clouds over the far mountains and it's probably going to rain, you can use that phrase.
If a project does not seem to end in success, you can use that phrase.
I guess personaly that the latter is more frequently used in daily common conversation, but both are ok.
Literally me every night as of late, I just can't prevent myself from delaying orgasm for an hour or two.
I've been considering for a while to do a bit of nofap to give my poor chapped アソコ a bit of a break. I'm also looking into that other, other method of masturbation.
They're both very similar. They both mean to represent an error of greatness or importance. Underestimate is more often used to represent an error of verifiable or concrete subject. For example, you can underestimate the number of hotdogs an American can eat. Underrate is used to represent an error of something more subjective. Example, an American can believe Japanese people underrate the taste of a hotdog.
Underestimate is usually used as an active verb. When you underestimate someone, you think they can't do something as well as they can.
Example: Bob is playing chess against Jim. Bob underestimates Jim's chess ability, and goes easy on him. Jim wins because he is actually very good at chess.
Underrate is not often used as a verb, but is used in it's adjectival form (underrated). Something is underrated when you think it's better than what other people think.
Example. Bob goes to a diner. He has heard that the diner is mediocre. He has a very good meal. Bob then thinks that the diner is underrated.
I hope that makes sense.
The other day I delayed orgasm for too long, and it simply became too sore for me to tough through the pain and get it hard again so I could cum. The next day, though, the orgasm came sooner and more intensely. So there's that.
On the rare days when I've actually had the self-control to do it, I've found that masturbating until just before orgasm, and then suddenly stopping and going to sleep, makes it so much more sensitive the next day. I've actually managed to do this several days in a row before, though I failed to stop myself on the fourth day.
The dog hustled away the other cat.
I want to cum in between appends proximal phalanxes
The sound you make when you touch your cat?
In Sweden we say "Kissekisse"
No idea what the fuck the Anglos say
it is ok to have small chimpo, because it's not all about size.
what matters is what is inside your heart, and sometimes your wallet, but that's mostly for slav countries.
if you believe in yourself, your chimpo although small will feel big, and women will be attracted to your inner デカイ chimpo desu yo ne.
I don't know about Japanese women but You WILL be very, very attractive to japanese men if you know what I mean
Got to have some confirmation on that pal or else I will continue being this threads biggest
Is よし! the same as the English Alright?
as in "Alright! Lets do this!"
I am not kiri but i can marry you anyway
just kidding i am not homo (^: ))))))))))
I can understand some. But not enough to laugh.
his keigo is difficult desu senpai
can you write some funny sentences he says?
thanks for the sentences.
It is no wonder he is difficult to understand. All this keigo is making my head spin even when in written form.
I'm not used to it at all.
Is using this much keigo considered funny? if so, is he doing that to be more amusing>?
I think that as a gaijin I will be fine in Japan without keigo.
But to be polite, I will master it.
Is it important to know keigo outside the workplace? Where else would an ordinary person use it?
It is used for the conversation of between adult.
Though it is not used for the conversation of between friends.
And it is no problem if you speak 丁寧語 usually.
We learned it at school, though we can't use it if we are not accustomed to the keigo.
I'm going to spend $200 on lottery tickets. With the jackpot so high it's actually not crazy.
1 in 300 million chance of winning 1 billion dollars for 2 dollars. The math adds up.
If I win I would attempt to donate the money to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Hopefully they would be willing to accept the full amount.
It's also possible that a demon could possess me in that event, and I could do something else with the money.
I will do so in a formal place preferably.
Though it is hard.
丁寧語 is a part of 敬語
It is such ~です/~ます.
It is that you speak common language.
I've been taking Japanese classes, or aiming to do so at least. We're taught keigo at the very, very beginning. We don't even begin discussing casual Japanese until after we've learned adjective inflection and the ~te form. The same was true when I took French in high school, we learned strict and proper French for the first two years and then we began learning to speak casually.
I think in general it's best to learn to speak a language politely first, then learn to speak casually.
Isn't it annoying having to "relearn" words? Like, if you know 歩きます, you don't know whether it's actually 歩く、歩きる etc. If you first learn the dictionary form of the word, every conjugation can be derived from it. Sounds like a better starting point.
I can fluently read and write japanese and I barely even bothered to check out how to use keigo. I guess it's because you usually don't encounter it on the internet.
You're right though. If I was planning on going to Japan anytime soon I would definitely force myself to master keigo before anything else. but since I'm not actually using japanese in any real life situations it's just something I allowed myself to skip.
doing that was wrong though. I can tell it has major consequences now....
guess it's never too late.
私 > キリ
I think they learn the dictionary form alongside with the polite forms.
It would be really dumb to only learn one conjugation desu senpai yo ne
b-but i'm gaijin
i can say what i want..
Doing fuck-all near Ikebukuro. Failing to get a buzz off a grape Strong Zero. Sad that I couldn't find a Japanese language course nearby. Feeling lonely and sad about leaving in a few weeks. Considering leaping in front of a train so that bits of my corpse will be part of Japan forever.
All in all above par day.
>fluently read and write japanese
>can't into keigo
Keigo is what one should be learning from the start, easing into informal as you cover the basics. You can't consider yourself fluent if you are not speaking keigo by default. Online speech is not real Japanese.
Tfw studying English by watching topgear
Comfy as fuck
What the fuck don't say that.
u avin a giggle ya fokin nonce i'll ook ye noggin and lay u out twat
I have no idea. The demon would decide.
Seems too much of a bother.
I have no interest. Didn't you read my asian massage parlor story in another thread? You know the girl that got her passport taken.
It's difficult to write aesthetic Hiragana
Especially す, む, and を
I am alright, I already have my smashing accent
If anything I am more of a James guy
Writing Japanese with a fountain pen is very hard but I am trying my best, sometimes I use my fine liner instead though
One of these days I am going to sit back and work though my Hiragana workbook that I bought
I made a big mistake.
it won't take more than a few days to learn though.. just need to remember a bunch of words and I already know the conjugations and prefixes.
I stopped eating them because its probably not that healthy.
I remember when I was hospitalized in Japan
I thought the Miso soup were meant for dipping stuff in
I bet the Ojisan next to me did not approve of me dipping stuff into it
I tore a leg ligament causing me to develop this huge hematoma in my kneecap which made me unable to move for 3 weeks
Hurt like fuck standing up
You have no idea mate, you have no idea
I have been making myself a fool more times then I can think over here, But I guess that was a given
I am finally starting to be able to stand on both legs though so I hope I can reduce the embarrassing moments soon enough
It cant be helped