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Cornucopia of Resources / Guide
Read the guide before asking questions.
http://djtguide.neocities.org/

Previous thread: >>16500248

This thread is for the discussion and learning of Japanese with raw VNs, LNs and anime.
If you have no interest in otaku media or want to request a translation, this is not the thread for you.

Let's have a nice thread by reporting and ignoring off-topic posts.
がんばってゆっくりしていってね!!!

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こんばんは。

>> No.16517724 [DELETED] 

Which keys produce lenticular brackets 【】 in OSX Google IME? Internet search has failed me :\

>> No.16517799

>>16517682
>More complete than my Complete Guide to Japanese
every time

>> No.16517830

>「へっ、嫌だね!ま、あんたんとこのお嬢さんに嫌われたらそうしてやるけどな」
I can't parse the あんたんと. I think it's あんた+と but what is that ん doing there?

>> No.16517836

>>16517830
あんたんとは、しょうもないことに運を使い果たしてしまったかわいそうな人を憐れむ言葉である。
う、うらやましくなんて、ないんだからね!

>> No.16517844

おはようおにいちゃん

>>16517830
>あなたのところのお嬢さん

の、おとこことばの東京下町言葉だとおもうよ

>> No.16517894

>狸面に向かって、拳を振り上げる。
What the hell does 狸面 mean? There aren't any Tanukis in the scene

>> No.16517897

>あなたのところのお嬢さん

これはかなり皮肉っぽい言い回しだけど

>あんたんとこのお嬢さん

なら皮肉っぽさはすくなくなるけど、乱暴さがでるね

>あんたんとこのガキ(餓鬼)

これはかなり乱暴だね

>> No.16517936

>>16517894
たぬきづら、ってルビふってあるのかな

狸の慣用句から連想させるような造語かなあとおもうよ

>ふるだぬき
狡猾な年寄りの権力者によくつかうかなあ

>たぬきがお
最近の言葉だと「ドヤがお」をつかうことがおおいよ
あいてをさげすむかんじの顔をされるときにつかうかな

>> No.16517987

How did you guys start to practice listening? I tried listening to stuff but oftentimes they speak too fast, and sometimes I do understand what words they are saying but I have a hard time comprehending what is being said fast enough before they move on to the next sentence.

What did you guys use to practice?

>> No.16517996

>>16517987
You listen more, that's all. Obviously having the vocabulary is important as well, if you don't know the words they talk about you won't understand them.

>> No.16518006

>>16517987
Just play VNs non stop

>> No.16518079

I wondered where you peeps went, now I find you on /jp/, I guess it's more fitting here

>> No.16518094 [DELETED] 

>>16518079
The thread on /int/s better if you want advice, this one's more for shitposts

>> No.16518120

>>16518094
Stop false flagging, you're not fooling anyone.

>> No.16518123 [DELETED] 

Japanese is superior to English in some ways, inferior in others: true/false?

>> No.16518137 [DELETED] 

>>16518123
Doesn't matter and won't help you learn the language. Go away.

>> No.16518149 [DELETED] 

>>16518123
Do we need this every thread? Fuck off.

>> No.16518159 [DELETED] 

>>16518137
>>16518149
no bully

>> No.16518180

>>16517987
I watched anime like everyone else who has ever successfully become fluent in Japanese

>> No.16518187

ツインテにろくなキャラはいない

にほんのことわざ

>> No.16518226
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I'm so fucking tired of pressing that again button in core2k.

>> No.16518241

>>16518226
Use the 1 key instead then

>> No.16518256
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>>16518187
テメーふざけんな
ツインテールは正義!

>> No.16518262

>>16518226
I have only one arm so using the keyboard feels pretty bad since it means losing a lot of movement options.

>> No.16518341

>>16518262
Why even study Japanese if you can't read VN's and rub one out at the same time?

>> No.16518348

>>16518341
I will buy a pedal at that point.

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>>16518348
That's smart.
>>16518341
Autplay btw

>> No.16518408

>>16518226
Do wanikani or some other alternative.

Everyone learns different, maybe you need mnemonics or radicals or lack vocab from listening or interacting with the language itself.

>> No.16518421

>>16518356
Autoplay is really useful for if you want to use both hands for stimulation. Especially for 乳首 or アナル scenes.

>> No.16518426

test

>> No.16518437

>>16518256
ツインテ好きはデブ

>> No.16518520

にほんにやさいがすきなおにいちゃんと

おにくがすきなおにいちゃんがいました

やさいがすきなおにいちゃんはやさいをつくり

おにくがすきなおにいちゃんは狩りをしました

ふたりはしあわせにくらしました


アメリカにやさいがすきなおにいちゃんと

おにくがすきなおにいちゃんがいました

やさいがすきなおにいちゃんは狩りをしておにくを売って

おにくがすきなおにいちゃんはやさいを作って売りました

ふたりともツインテ好きで不幸になりました

>> No.16518527

What is カビラ風 ?

>> No.16518566

>>16518527
Kabira-style
I don't know what/who Kabira is, but you probably do

>> No.16518570

>>16518566
Well if I knew I wouldn't be asking...

>> No.16518583

>>16518570
If you don't, how do you expect others to? The answer is probably somewhere in whatever you're reading

>> No.16518604

>>16518583
>how do you expect others to?
By them knowing more Japanese. Clearly you're a beginner, so stop trying to answer questions you don't know the answer to.

>> No.16518623 [DELETED] 

I am trying to learn a bit of German using Japanese resources, lets see how it goes http://www.coelang.tufs.ac.jp/mt/de/gmod/courses/c02/lesson01/step1/card/001.html

Third time I am learning a new language using the last one I learned, I would like to continue this fun pattern

>> No.16518655 [DELETED] 

>>16518623
I learned lots of German from Dies Irae
Und rühre mich nicht an

>> No.16518836

>>16518527
あたしにはわかるけど

おしえてあげない

>> No.16518896

Surely 無惨 should mean "kindness" or some shit

>> No.16518937

Does the Kanji Grid Generator also account for mined words in other decks than core?

>> No.16518972

>>16518937
It accounts for whatever deck you have opened and any subdecks of that only.

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>>16518972
hmm, for some reason it keeps giving me the image for my core6k progress, not my mining words

>> No.16519031

>>16518437
「俺はツインテールになります」を見てね
すっごくいいアニメだよ
まったくツインテールは最高だぜ

>> No.16519037

>>16518992
pls help

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>>16519031
>すっごくいいアニメだよ
The QUALITY each week made it into a very funny anime.

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>>16519059
>kissanime

>> No.16519067

>>16519059
それはちょっと残念だったね
でもBDに直したから、暇があるなら見直すといいよ

>> No.16519079

>>16519063
>cockona

>> No.16519118

>>16519063
のの?

>> No.16519123

>>16518992
That's not how mine works but there are multiple versions of the Kanji Grid add-on. When generating the grid make sure the Field Name is set whatever the Field Name of your kanji field is called in the mining deck, or try installing a different version.

>> No.16519148

>>16519059
なんなんですの

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>>16519123
You're not using https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/942570791 ?

Anyway, when I specify the deck I get nothing in return. Which grid-mod are you using?

>> No.16519197

has any of you used that "human japanese" app? it seems somewhat nice, but I don't know if it is actually good

>> No.16519207

>>16519191
That's the deck name, not the field name. Go to your deck browser and copy the name of the field that actually contains the kanji.

>> No.16519225

>>16519207
thank you anon, works like a charm

>> No.16519366

上手くなりたい先輩たち。

>> No.16519483

Give me your recommended easy mode VNs? Bonus points for fully voiced.

>> No.16519499

>>16519483
See: >>16500298

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I found this earlier by chance. Had a giggle.

>> No.16519515

Is there a resource with Japanese subtitles for anime currently airing? I know there's jpsubbers for jdramas.

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>>16519483
All of these VNs have all the main characters except MCs voiced, but if that's not good enough, Eustia and Subahibi both have voiced MCs.

>> No.16519558

>>16519556
>easy mode VNs
>Subahibi

>> No.16519613

>>16519483
>Bonus points for fully voiced.
When protagonist spends 20 text boxes crapping on about the scene, how the light is bright and so on, would that be classified as voiced thoughts? Voiced Narration?

I was looking for a game that was completely voiced but not really sure what tags to look for on VNDB.

>> No.16519619

>>16519483
As a beginner I can say Koikano is pretty easy, nicely drawn too.

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>>16519483
If you want a more thorough guide, try pic related.
BTW Dies irae is fully voiced protagonist and all if you want to practice with that.

>> No.16519711

How do I tell やゆよつ and ゃゅょっ apart in furigana?

>> No.16519713

>>16519711
LITERALLY indistinguishable

>> No.16519724

>>16519713
Oh well, just fuck my shit up then.

>> No.16519742

>>16519711
You should be able to tell from the kanji.

>> No.16519746

>>16519696
It's not actually fully voiced, there's a number of scenes where they voice half the lines. As in the character is giving a speech and it alternates between voiced line and non-voiced line. At first I thought the unvoiced lines were inner thoughts, but the other characters respond to them as normal speech. It's just a neat way of reducing seiyuu budget for such a long VN I guess.

>> No.16519799

http://mgdb.himitsukichi.com/pukiwiki/?NEW%20GAME%21

Found this impressively autistic site that lists all the guns that appear in anime and other media.

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You used the wrong OP image.

>> No.16519879

Are there any links to 冴えない彼女の育てかた volumes one to three in azw3 format? Pretty strange how the cornucopia only has volumes four to six ..

>> No.16519902

Rikaikun or Yomichan for Chrome? The latter seems better but I find it suspicious how nobody gives a shit about it.

>> No.16519927

>>16519902
Rikaisama for Firefox.

>> No.16519965

>>16519927
This. Chrome is shit

>> No.16520002

Does learning get easier as you pick up more vocab/sentences? I've studied ~1800 kanji and I've studied about 400 sentences in and I'm definitely noticing a trend of being able to understand most of a given new sentence without seeing the translation, which makes me curious as to whether this trend continues. When I get to 4000 sentences will learning new sentences be twice as easy? Or is this a silly asssumption to make?

>> No.16520028

>>16520002
if you start to get the bulk of common words down, the sentences no longer hinge on multiple points of unknowns, in which case the remainder is gained via deduction

>> No.16520037

>>16520002
It does work in some ways i do admit but the problem does become whether or not you can be able to speak it and type it out in public. Or know the politeness levels.

I would give you advice to just at least read Japanese The Manga Way for Grammar. it has everything in it and it does not go in parts.

But i will admit though learning 1800 kanji is actually really helpful to nailing it down and to get your mind thinking about the vocab.

>> No.16520043

>>16518226
Try memrise its a free alternative to Anki and everything is put together.

http://www.memrise.com/course/1380354/6000-japanese-words/

http://www.memrise.com/course/122927/jlpt-n5-readings/

Both of these work well, they give you both the reading and the kanji, plus if you get it wrong it will just show you the right answer and make you fill it in and that is it. Its a bit more forgiving.

>> No.16520075

>>16517987
Actually i did nothing but watch a lot of anime and drill Vocab/Grammar. My daily routine

>Get home Watch some anime
>Learn Memrise on a few courses
>go to bed

Trust me when i say this though as you keep drilling vocab and Grammar down, you will notice how your mind begins to slow things down eventually. It takes a lot of time, it took me around 1 year and 4 months to start getting it down where i can almost understand the words they are saying even if it's quick.

If i can give anyone any advice here, especially to those that are new do not try to translate English into Japanese, and try not to translate mentally, if you do it will never make sense. There might be similarities with time, and certain expressions but other than that it will make you look a bit weird.

>> No.16520076

>>16520002
Why haven't you started reading real material?

>> No.16520085

>>16520043
anki is a free alternative to anki.

>> No.16520185

おにいちゃんおなかすいた

くりようかんたべたい

>> No.16520240

>>16520185
妹はもう立派な女の子でしょう
自分で作ってみて
出来たらあとでまた甘やかしてあげる\(^o^)/

>> No.16520290

I just ordered this to help me learn Japanese and feel less lonely :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mlf1Wnt0h_Y

DJTの皆さんにお勧めします!婆ちゃんと一緒に食事を食べましょう!

>> No.16520304

>>16520290
ばーちゃるこんてんつじゃなくって

ばーちゃんこんてんつじゃん

ばーちゃんこんてんつじゃん

>> No.16520313

>>16520028
Makes sense. Just like learning your first language.

>>16520037
I've already studied up on Tae Kim. I considered trying out that book but I'd rather just stick to real Japanese material since I think I've gotten to the stage where I'm comfortable enough to read through young children's manga.

>>16520076
I have started reading real material. Only recently though, I've been starting with よすばと and it's surprisingly easy to read.

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>start learning Japanese
>cringe when others call the teacher "sensei"
Man what has this place done to me? It's like I think me and my classmates are all huge weeaboos.

>> No.16520340

>>16520337
Her head is too small.

>> No.16520344

>>16520337
Nothing to cringe at to be honest
>>16520340
Maybe she's very tall

>> No.16520347

>>16520340
Oh sorry, I thought I was on /jp/ not /ic/

>> No.16520354

ギャランドゥー

>> No.16520364
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hajimemashite
watashi wa Anonu desu

>> No.16520365

>>16520337
神様も同感って言ったよ

>> No.16520373

>>16520337
It's only cringe-worthy if you start using Japanese words outside of a Japanese context, or talk like an otaku or something.

>> No.16520417

>>16520364
fumufumu

yoroshiku Anonu, ogenki desu ka?

>> No.16520428

>>16520347
>I thought I was on /jp/
If that's the case, why are you blogging?

>>16520290
And I thought blow-up dolls were depressing.

>> No.16520438

>>16520290
Thanks for cheering me up anon.
It's always reassuring to see people who stooped much lower than myself.

>> No.16520564

YHVHとHIVって

にてる

>> No.16520618
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16520618

Taking Japanese 1 in a community college.
It's going fine and all but I couldn't help but crack up last class when the professor tried to tell us to remember ひ as "he has a fat nose."
Now all I can think when I see it is "ひ has a fat cock."

>> No.16520624

>>16520618
All this time and only now I recognized tひs bulge.

>> No.16520630

>>16520618
Kill yourself, faggot

>> No.16520631

>>16520624
ヲあh, のw tひs is そめtひんg ねw と ど, イ сあん feel tへ あうtism flおゐんg thろうgh my veいんs.

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>>16520630

>> No.16520643 [DELETED] 

are you guys retarded? I want to legitimately beat the shit out of both of you.

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Hello annons, where I can get such books in a decent pdf/djvu?

>> No.16520704

Why does お開き mean closing?

>> No.16520706

>>16520704
いみことばだよ

「お終い」のかわりに使うよ

がんばっておにいちゃん

>> No.16520721

>>16520690
Buy them and then scan them. It'll save you from asking the same question every thread.

>> No.16520722

>>16520706
なるほど勉強になりました
頭を撫でたげる

>> No.16520729

>>16520438
婆ちゃんに失礼よ!

>> No.16520732

>>16520337
首謀者は白銀だお ( ^ω^)

>> No.16520736

I want to phase English youtube out of my life and use that time to watch Jap videos instead, any suggestions?

>> No.16520745

>>16520722
くりようかんをたべたいっていったんだよ

モンブランでもいいよ

>> No.16520774

>>16520736
You will quickly find out that japanese videos are shit and go back to english vids

>> No.16520783

>>16520736
A better question is why the hell are you spending so much time on Youtube in the first place?...

If you're just there to follow musical artists fine but what else could you even be watching? Don't tell me you actually follow people and look up to them? Youtube is the new TV, the more time you'll spend there the less you'll be able to think for yourself.

>> No.16520800

>>16520736
it's mostly trash.
>>16520783
>but what else could you even be watching?
videos on some subject he is interested in, isn't that obvious?
>the more time you'll spend there the less you'll be able to think for yourself.
depends on what you do there. for me it's the exact opposite.

>> No.16520805

>>16520800
>isn't that obvious?
>for me it's the exact opposite.
Go on I'm all ears.

>> No.16520812

>>16520774
I don't really care about the quality I just want more listening practice

>>16520783
明らかな餌

>> No.16520817

>>16520812
You don't like what you're hearing because it's making you feel uneasy about your life choices so it's "bait"? What sort of weak logic is this?

>> No.16520822

>>16520805
what exactly do you want to know?

>> No.16520828

>>16520822
What exactly from Youtube helps you think more for yourself. Genuinely curious.

>> No.16520832

>>16520817
>Talking about weak logic
>"I can't believe you watch the pewdiepie site my friends on /b/ told me that's stupid so now I hate it"
I'll try my best to reach your level of logic my friend

>> No.16520836

>>16520828
lectures and just explanatory videos (which simply don't exist on any other website) on the subject i'm interested in right now.

>> No.16520837

>>16520832
Now you must be the one baiting by admitting watching pewdiepie(?) while browsing /jp/. Erase yourself.

>>16520836
Fair enough.

>> No.16520848

>>16520837
I'm saying people like you that arbitrarily hate on youtube assume that the only videos on there is vapid shit like pewdiepie, while in reality you can find any type of video on any topic you want

There's really no valid reason to hate on a site that just hosts every type of video in existance other than blindly following the hate bandwagon like a mindless retard

>> No.16520857

>>16520848
I never hated on Youtube itself, Youtube is just a hosting video service, a tool, it can serve all sorts of purposes.

I initially asked you why you spent so much time on Youtube if you deemed it to be a problem, to this you said I was baiting. It didn't have to end like this.

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I need some advice regarding purchasing and reading digital LNs. I'd like to read LNs on my android phone or a windows tablet during commutes. Right now I'm using OCR Manga Reader for Android with scanned LNs and it's pretty decent but dictionary lookup would be easier and more accurate if I purchased a digital copy right?

So I created an Amazon.co.jp account, set the country to japan, entered a Japanese address (taken from OPAS), downloaded the android Kindle app and logged on. I "purchased" some free ebooks from the Japanese store to test things out and this is what I see when I try to open them. I also installed Tunnelbear and set the VPN to Japan but I still see this error.

Okay, this makes me want to stick to piracy but before that, does anyone know where I went wrong? Should I try another ebook store - preferably one that uses a format that can be cracked so I can read it in whatever reader I want.

>> No.16520971

>>16520902
perhaps you should learn japanese before you try and use consumer only devices

>> No.16520988

>>16520902
Just get a Kindle. Reading on LCD screens for prolonged periods is bad for you.

>> No.16521477

What should I do if I can't read shit?

>> No.16521480

>>16521477
Read more.

>> No.16521515

>>16520988
A quick Google search tells you this is incorrect.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22762257

>> No.16521524

>>16521515
http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0083676

>> No.16521534

>>16521515
This doesn't mention anything of the main reason why LCD is bad for you, the way the light works in them. Which makes it a completely useless experiment.

>> No.16521542

>>16521534
People read computer screens all day, but for some reason when you turn to tablets people flip their shit about how it causes eye strain.

>> No.16521581

>>16521542
Not sure what you're talking about. The same applies to PC too.
The main difference is that barely anyone actually reads novels on their PC though. Reading short sentences on 4chan occasionally vs concentrating on a big block of text for longer periods is a pretty big difference eye strain wise. Especially so in a dark room, always lit your lights kids.

>> No.16521587

>>16521515
>.gov
Didn't even open it.

>> No.16521610

>>16521581
>barely anyone actually reads novels on their PC though
did you forget which thread you are in right now? this isn't plebbit.

>> No.16521648

>>16521610
But anons read visual or light novels. Different things.

>> No.16521649

>>16520902
The fact you have to do all this shit in order to buy a LN is ridiculous. Why won't they make them available on the international store? Do they hate money?

>> No.16521659

>>16521649
>Do they hate money?
They hate gaijin money.

>> No.16521668

>>16521649
If by "international" you mean amazon.com, they aren't allowed to obviously, else they would. Stealing revenue from local countries yadayada. Learn economy.

>> No.16521676

>>16521668
>Stealing revenue from local countries
How?

>> No.16521694

>>16521676
Amazon JP now sells ebooks in Spain
Spanish guy instead of buying a Spanish book decides to buy the Japanese book
Money goes out of Spain to Japan -> economic loss
But if Japan is banned, the money keeps circulating in Spain -> economic balance

It's the reason why there are custom fees when you buy something internationally. If people imported too much the local countries would be fucked.

>> No.16521726

>>16521648
You're really stretching. LCD screens are bad for reading, unless you're reading 4chan and visual novels, then it's okay. Except lot's of people here read actual novels on their PC too and know you're full of shit.

>> No.16521738

>>16521726
Well those people are wrecking their eyes. What's your point?

>> No.16521758

>>16521694
What about books that aren't licensed in foreign countries and probably never will?

>> No.16521813

>>16521738
In what way? The paper you linked didn't say anything about long term effects.

>> No.16521830

Is anki just for the hardcore? Basic grammar + hira/kata then just reading seems more pleasant and fun.

>> No.16521849

>>16521830
No. Anki is just a tool to aid memorization. If anything, it's the other way around.

>> No.16521858

>>16521830
You can do whatever you want if you're okay with very slow progress and being severely behind people who do both.
It doesn't take much time or effort anyways, 30 min anki -> read rest of the day.

>> No.16521864

Are you good enough to be a manga translator?

>I would recommend anyone trying out for a translator role to have near J/C/KLPT N3 level knowledge. Or be native in the language (usually Japanese,Chinese,Korean) You don’t actually need a LPT (Language Proficiency Test) certificate to join a group, its an actual, and official standards test that you can take. If you don’t know what I’m taking about then you should be at a level where you can recognize all characters in the hiragana alphabet, katakana should be your next top priority. Kanji you should know the basics, however, many mangas will have furiganas attached to the Kanji so you should be fine as long as you understand the sentence when it is read to you.

>> No.16521865

>>16521830
anki is for the serious

>> No.16521869

>>16521864
I'm n3/native level, yes

>> No.16521922

>>16521726
I use a huge tv screen as a monitor and its pretty painful at the start but you get used to it.

>> No.16521943

>>16521858
>30 min anki -> read rest of the day
Not him but I don't have so much time.

>> No.16521946

>>16521943
Sure thing pal.

>> No.16521957

>>16521864
Where is this from?

>> No.16522005

>俺

>> No.16522036

>>16522005
>僕

>> No.16522058

>>16522005
>>16522036
Just use 内

>> No.16522082

>>16521864
>>16521957
http://foxfire.aoc.moe/2016/03/01/scanlation-basics-what-is-scanlation/

What are you doing on this blog anon?

>> No.16522100

>>16522005
>>16522036
>>16522058
Use 朕 plebs

>> No.16522106

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66dSZsoUHCk
>関西弁 京都・大阪言葉/文法
Nihongonomori doing the job again. Interesting

>> No.16522109

>>16522100
朕々

>> No.16522148

>>16521943
You have just as much time as anyone else. What you should be saying is "For me, learning japanese is not as important as doing other things, like [...]".
Then decide for yourself if those other things are actually worth it.

>> No.16522207

>>16522106
Check our their series on slang if you haven't already. It's pretty good
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAN5a1mTsWQ&list=PLINFE8v4DOht-wwIikkO1Mm4CZaqMSG9k

>> No.16522214
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What does it say?

>> No.16522216

>>16522082
>Hey there, I'm just a normal 18 year old girl in Canada who likes anime and shit. I'll occasionally post reviews, tutorial, and maybe even videos on things I like. So stick around if you enjoy my retarded content (•̀ᴗ•́)و ̑̑
Oh I think I know

>> No.16522220

>>16522214
"Don't press ok"

>> No.16522223

to Core users on desktop Anki, do you have this issue where sometimes a white noise comes around after the media plays, or are my headphones at fault?

>> No.16522229

>>16522214
"the shit you downloaded is ready"

>> No.16522268

>>16522207
I know pretty much all of the entries already but looks like a very good resource for learners.

I was searching for videos about kansai-ben, since it is a must, for understanding TV shows and some characters in dramas. This Nihongomori video is quite good

>> No.16522308

>>16521943
>30min anki
Only if you have a low workload or are a genius.

>> No.16522310

>>16522308
If you do 20 new cards a day that's pretty normal.

>> No.16522331

>>16522308
>>16522310
30 new cards here. But yeah, I'm pretty much a genius compared to most people here.

>> No.16522335
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>>16522310
How the fuck do you guys do cards that fast?
I do 10 new cards a day and it takes me 40 minutes. Even if I sacrifice retention for speed it takes me at least 20 minutes.

>> No.16522345

>>16522335
By giving yourself at most 3 seconds for each card.

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>>16522331
>I'm pretty much a genius compared to most people here.
I bet I am stronger than you though
I bet I could beat you up little bitch boy

>> No.16522352

>>16522335
I don't do anything except read a lot. My retention jumps around 90-97% depending on whether it's a good or bad day.

>> No.16522357

>>16522335
How long have you been doing anki? I was pretty slow at the beginning too but now i average 13 cards a minute after being on it for 4 months

>> No.16522359

>>16522349
I wouldn't be so sure, "mate"

>> No.16522392

外部者 - outsider?

>> No.16522394

>>16522392
No it means elephant.

>> No.16522400

>>16522357
Around a year and a half, almost a year clocked in with my mining deck.
Maybe I'm just more meticulous about recalling definitions or something.

>> No.16522407

>>16522357
Not him but I have been doing anki for a bit over a month and have 20 new cards a day and around 100-120 cards a days and learning the new 20 new cards takes me about half an hour and the reviews another hour. That's just kanji though. I started vocab this month and it takes more time than the kanji.

>> No.16522448

adding hint: to translation fields lessens spoonfeeding and more work to your EOP brain

>> No.16522549

>>16519613
There is a voiced narration tag iirc.

>> No.16522587

>>16521694
>economic loss
>economic balance
Please stop, that's not how economics works.

>> No.16522591

>>16522407
>20 new cards a day
>around 100-120 cards a days
Go to your deck settings and set the daily review limit to 9999

>> No.16522610

>>16522591
I have it set to 9999 but it still says I have reached the daily study limit

>> No.16522623

>>16522587
Apparently that's how it is in his world

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はいさい!

>> No.16522640

>>16522629
「ハイサイ」の「さい」ってなんですか

>> No.16522653


It's perfect.

>> No.16522702

>>16522653
Kind of looks like an unimpressed fly

>> No.16522771

I recently switched from ios to android and I've noticed android doesn't have nearly as many kaomoji as ios has, how can I improve this?

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>> No.16523014

>>16522938
cool beans

>> No.16523053

>>16518226

You could try study outside of Anki, it's not the be all end all of learning.

>> No.16523109

Do you guys suggest reading manga and looking up words you dont know, without adding them to an anki deck and just continue reading and looking up the words when you get stuck?

>> No.16523122

>>16523109
Reading is always a good thing. Anki just makes remembering words easier, that's it.

>> No.16523128

>>16523109
>reading manga
>reading
I don't recommend watching them in the first place. That is, if you want actually good content and/or want to learn Japanese.

>> No.16523257
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I'm going through the 2k deck right now and I just can't remember how to say words. Everyday I see the same old stuff and I keep forgetting it. The meanings are no problem it's just those god damn readings. I really don't understand how Japanese can remember how to say all that stuff despite the Kanji giving absolutely no indication how to do it.

I'm doing two Anki decks right now (2k and Kanji Keywords) while working through Genki and sometimes reading the grammar guide. I feel like I have begun linking some things but it's still really hard. I hope it gets easier at some point.

>> No.16523276

>>16523257
>Kanji Keywords
Waste of time. Drop and read more.

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>>16523257
> I really don't understand how Japanese can remember how to say all that stuff despite the Kanji giving absolutely no indication how to do it.

>> No.16523287

>>16523257
Kanji isn't the language. The language is the language. Kanji is just an orthography. They already know the language and it's a lot easier to figure out how to read something if you know what words you expect to be there.

Kanji isn't __ language. __ language is __ language. Kanji is ___ __ orthography. They already __ __ language __ it's a lot ___ to figure __ how __ __ something __ you know __ words __ expect __ __ there.

>> No.16523306

>>16523257
It does gradually get easier. Kanji are so easy after 1.5 years that I add useless shit I'll probably never see just to pad my kanji grid. You could try making up mnemonics.

>> No.16523318

>>16523276
I think it has been helping me and of course I did great amount of research before starting to learn keywords. The consensus seems to be that it will help you remember vocabulary and it's not that much time that I lose. From what I've been experiencing I think it's worth it.

>>16523287
I get what you mean. I'm not an English native either so that was a bit lost on me but it does clear up how Japanese do it. I suppose it's just not a very learner friendly language then.

>>16523306
I'm using mnemonics for all Kanji keywords which makes it a piece of cake to remember the meanings but I'm not sure how to attach mnemonics to readings.

>> No.16523324

>>16523318
>From what I've been experiencing I think it's worth it.
>desperate enough to make post on 4chan about how he keeps forgetting words

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>>16523318
This explains reading mnemonics.

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>>16523324
Only the readings you dummy which has nothing to do with the keywords and I have been learning for a couple hours now. Suppose I just felt like taking a break.

>>16523331
Thanks a ton!

>> No.16523368

>>16523257
The more words you know, the easier it is to correctly guess readings. Just がんばれ.

>>16523324
Who are you quoting?

>> No.16523471

>>16523257
The "meaning" doesn't matter, in fact most of the time it isn't even proper knowledge, just a placeholder to help you figure out the real meaning. The readings are the most important part, and you should be remembering them first, otherwise when you read it won't flow properly and you'll keep trying to translate everything into English.

>> No.16523491

Make your 日本語 studies a 優先.

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>>16523368
Yea I am already beginning to see some patterns. It seems getting a feel for the language is much more important than just brute memorization. Suppose that is why people here always recommend as much exposure as possible.

>>16523471
I'm well aware. It's just that by learning keywords all the vocabulary meanings stick a lot better because it hooks into already existing memories y'know? Now I can focus on readings instead of being overwhelmed by readings AND meanings.

>>16523331
It's me again. I only just started doing this but I am already remembering things I had trouble with a whole ton better than before. Thank you so much anon!

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>mfw learning Mandarin after Japanese is easymodo
I bet Chinese people learning Japanese feel the same. Knowing kanji gives you a HUGE head start it's not even funny.
Not every character meanings are 1:1 between those two languages but the writing system feels so familiar it's so easy just to focus on grammar and pronunciation.

Need to learn a new hanzi? You already know the stroke order, the radicals and how to learn it. Simplified characters are not even that bad:
诚・誠

>> No.16523548

>>16523278
Looks like an advanced system designed to transmit knowledge from generation to generation. Amazing.

>> No.16523551

>>16523542
そんなに簡単ならお前の日本語能力を証明しろ
出来ないだろうw

>> No.16523561

>>16523551
ニホンゴペラペラワタシハショウメイノヒツヨウハアリマセン

>> No.16523591

If 死ぬ is the only verb ending in ぬ, why don't they just use 死す?

>> No.16523598

>>16523591
ive heard 亡くなる more

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what is this pls help

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>>16523257
I had no problems with Core2k, but now that I'm past the 8k mark, I'm starting to get a lot of three-syllable kun-yomi verbs wrong because I have nowhere to anchor myself.

弁える 企む 企てる 携わる 準える 慎む。。。
And sometimes verbs like 補う 従う 敬う 伺う come back to bite me in the ass.

>> No.16523612

>>16523599
中出し

>> No.16523621

>>16523612
thanks

>> No.16523723

>>16523542
>Simplified characters are not even that bad
They are ugly as fuck though, and I don't mean just the looks. Why would you ever want to subject yourself to that when traditional characters are a thing?

>> No.16523750

Any relatively easy VNs with a fair amount of military / military combat / politics vocab to give me a boost in that sort of vocab? Maybe some sci-fi too but don't care if not.

JCAT put me at mid-N2 if that helps give an idea of where I'm at. I've mostly just read/watched SoL setting stuff so I'm a bit intimidated by plot heavy stuff since I'm afraid of ruining it.

>> No.16523760

>>16523750
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEGqr8JFF7g

here you go bro

>> No.16523773

>>16523760
>posting the game where best girl dies

DO NOT DO THIS ANON

>> No.16523798

>>16523760
>that game
>"easy japanese"

>>16523750
>military / military combat
>"easy japanese"

what the fuck are you doing. military is maybe two steps below discussing communism. once you can discuss communism you're basically endgame japanese. military talk is really high up there. it is not "easy japanese"

>> No.16523838

>>16523798
I figured there'd at least be some watered down moege / "plotge lite" in a military setting just like there's a ton of knightshit moege and I just wasn't good at finding it. If not then I guess I'll have to try to read something else a little more plot focused that's not military/sci-fi and work my way up to that level then.

>> No.16523871

>>16523838
When you say military, are you talking specifically about army?

there's quite a few VNs about being secret agents, but nothing particularly about being in the armed forces

I would reccomend PHANTOM OF INFERNO if you want to see a little hint of armed forces.

>> No.16523890

>>16523750
Baldr Sky is supposed to be relatively simple, but I haven't read it yet because it's like 100 hours long.

>> No.16523912

>>16523890
the translated vversion is 100 hours long

if you're in the japanese version and trying to use it to learn japanese you're going to sink 300 hours into it easily

>> No.16523960

>>16523871
To explain the exact situation, I didn't really have many (if any) issues with most of the anime I've tried this season for listening comprehension practice, but when I tried Youjo Senki there was a really overwhelming amount of vocabulary related to the setting that I didn't know, and I didn't really want to push through a wall of words like that via anime.

I was wondering if there were any good VNs for picking up a lot of that vocab that aren't "endgame Japanese". Vocab seen in the majority of stuff I'd come across with a war/military setting (sci-fi or not); weaponry, combat/war tactics, general terminology, maybe a bit of political vocab.

Perhaps that's by definition something that's going to be too far above my level right now and I just need to read some easier plotge first though?

>> No.16524092

>>16523960
Most plot VNs you typically see recommended tend to be fantasy over military, I've definitely read a lot more wars fought with swords and magic than with guns and missiles.

Rewrite? Grisaia?

>> No.16524150 [DELETED] 

So, how many of you think you could actually have a conversation with a Japanese speaker?

I've been living in Japan for 8 years and met a guy whose kanji level is honestly much higher than mine. However, his pronunciation and production skills are just terrible because all he does is study kanji and read. He's the kind of guy who can do well on tests but can't actually communicate in the language via speaking and writing.

>> No.16524157

I've been learning Japanese for about a month now, using mostly genki for grammar +vocab and RTK for kanji. I've been using memrise for most of my studying for vocab and kanji, then using anki for grammar and various difficult words/kanji. I saw the guide in this thread talking shit about memrise, so now I'm worried I'm shooting myself in the foot. I feel like it's been good for helping me learn so far, but I'm pretty new still so I dunno if it's crap for long term. Why is memrise not recommended, and should I dump it for anki completely?

>> No.16524166

>>16524157
Anki is just plain better. More customizable, no premium account bullshit, etc.

>> No.16524177 [DELETED] 

>>16524150
I've been living in Japan for just over 4.5 years and have been working for a Japanese company for 2 and a bit. I don't really feel any particular inferiority to the native Japanese staff to be honest.

>> No.16524185

もう年々まえにankiが大嫌いになって、なんかずっと道に迷っているよ

もちろん何も覚えていないわけではないが、他の勉強方法を見つけたら熱心も返るかもしれないな・・・

日本語は実は、サッド・パンダでエロいことを読みまくっているよ。そっちも勉強になるかもしれないが、俺のレベルには、というか「俺の変態な語彙に」簡単すぎるだろう

>> No.16524195 [DELETED] 

>>16524177
Where are you working, and how did you get the job?

>> No.16524200

>>16524092
I suppose I could give one of those a try. Grisaia seems a bit above my level from what I've heard but I read it in English before I considered trying to learn the language so I guess the handicap of having read the first one before in a different language will help transition me into it a bit easier. I've pretty much only read moege / SoL stuff though so not sure if I should read something else a little easier first. I guess if there are easier things I still want to read there's not really any need to rush.

>> No.16524202

>>16524185
I feel so good about myself knowing that I'll never sink to such a level where the source of my enthusiasm is just reading eroge or something. Thanks for the self-confidence boost.

>> No.16524203 [DELETED] 

>>16524150

It bears repeating but just because you are proficient at hearing and reading a language does not mean that you can confidently and comfortably speak and make conversation with it.

>> No.16524214 [DELETED] 

>>16524203
If all you can do is read material that is given to you and answer test questions, you really can't even call yourself proficient in the language, honestly.

Especially in a language like Japanese where kanji meaning act like a cheat sheet for understanding the meaning and context. You don't get those when speaking or listening.

>> No.16524216

>>16524200
What have you read so far?
And yeah, if there's easier stuff you want to read it makes sense to read it first and work your way up gradually.

>> No.16524227 [DELETED] 

>>16524195
Central Tokyo, I just applied through the usual Japanese route while doing a masters here.

If you search online there are pronunciation coaches that will help you with proper intonation to sound more native.

>> No.16524232

>>16524202
時々チャットで日本人に書くこともある

本当にエッチなことよりもいい気持ちね

>> No.16524240 [DELETED] 

>>16524214
Speaking is just another skill you need to practice if you want to get good at it, just like reading, writing and listening

>> No.16524251

>>16524216
Mostly just moege from the recommendation charts and random stuff like Aokana. Japanese got put on the backburner for a lot of last year though so I haven't read a VN start to finish in a while; mostly maintained it through listening comprehension in the anime/videos I watched, my Anki reviews, playing some older games in Japanese like Final Fantasy or Dark Cloud, and random things I needed to/wanted to look up in Japanese instead of English.

JCAT in July last year said I had a mid-N2 score, but I imagine it's kinda stagnated since due to me not doing as much as I did before that point with the language.

>> No.16524258 [DELETED] 

>>16524227
Ah, I see. I was just curious. I'm on the Chuo Line, myself.

Thanks for the heads up, but my pronunciation is actually my strongest point. When speaking over the phone or online, people are often surprised when I tell them that I'm a foreigner.

My weakest area is still reading and kanji, but speaking and listening is no problem at all because I speak to my wife in Japanese every day. Just trying to get my kanji up to snuff.

>> No.16524259

>>16524166
Welp, guess I'll just start catching up on anki then. Hopefully it won't take too long to catch up

>> No.16524263

For anybody who has taken the N2, how difficult would you say the listening is? Is it the same level as television Japanese news? Or more like a variety show level?

>> No.16524270 [DELETED] 

>>16524150
On a related note, /djt/, what's a good way to approach starting production if you're a NEET with the social skills of a wet paper towel? I think I do okay with reading and listening, but I'm garbage at production.

Does going through the DOJG deck (the version I have is a bit over a year old; I only did recognition cards and only went a bit over halfway through intermediate) with both of the default card types and then trying out Lang8 sound like a good plan to start?

>> No.16524274 [DELETED] 

>>16524270
>if you're a NEET with the social skills of a wet paper towel?
First you should ask yourself: why do you care about production? Are you actually going to use it or is it just an "I want to reach fluency for the sake of it" thing?

>> No.16524286 [DELETED] 

>>16524274
I think it'd help me get a better grasp on the grammar. That's the main thing.

Outside of that, a mix of "I want to reach fluency for the sake of it" and "what if I want that capability of being able to communicate back in the language even if I won't use it as often as someone more social than I?"

>> No.16524289 [DELETED] 

>>16524270
Stop being a NEET, get social skills, and stop making excuses about it.

You can't produce language by just sitting in your room for your entire life. Language is about communication.

>> No.16524301

I wish there were a teacher that would help me with 両声類 so I can enjoy hitori-karaoke more.

>> No.16524307 [DELETED] 

>>16524270
>Lang8
普通のニートじゃなかったら多分いいけど、リア充だけだから実際になにも書けるかな?ようするに、俺たちには話題がたくさんないよ

お前と同じくらい興味がある日本人を見つけたほうがましだよ

>> No.16524312 [DELETED] 

>>16524289
Where do you think you are?

>> No.16524326 [DELETED] 

>>16524258
Is your wife an otaku?

If it weren't for my wife and this other girl I'd be just as socially isolated as when I wasn't in Japan. I can't seem relate to Japanese guys any better than guys back home.

>> No.16524327 [DELETED] 

>>16524312
In a place where my statement rings true for a lot of people. Everything I said is still completely accurate, and trying to justify it by saying a lot of those people are here doesn't help the situation.

>> No.16524334 [DELETED] 

>>16524326
No, she's a normal person. She likes manga but doesn't anything outside of the stuff she likes. And she only reads it when a new volume is released.

Well, your social skills, or lack thereof, aren't going to just disappear by moving to a new country. Different cultures result in different types of people, but humans are fundamentally the same.

>> No.16524339 [DELETED] 

>>16524289
Working on it. In counseling and trying to get my shit together, but this kind of stuff doesn't happen overnight. The point of that comment was more that I'm not really ready to jump into the deep end socially and get a language partner or something.

>>16524307
That sounds cool too, the format of Lang8 just sounded appealing and seemed a little easier to get into compared to a language partner. Probably wouldn't be able to talk about a lot of the things I'm interested in there though, yeah. Where would you recommend finding those people though?

>> No.16524346 [DELETED] 

>>16524334
My social skills are fine I just don't like normies

>> No.16524351 [DELETED] 

>>16524339
You're ready as soon as you admit that you're ready. I get that things like depression take time to heal and get over, but making excuses about it just makes it take longer.

Speaking to another human being is not the "deep end" of social communication. If you were really serious about it, you'd stop posting here and just go outside. Those counselors are just ripping you off and exploiting your insecurities. If you're able to post online and have a discussion like this, the only thing holding you back at this point is yourself.

>> No.16524361 [DELETED] 

>>16524339
ツイッチ使う?

ビューワーがあまりいない配信者に話してみたらどう?そいつはよく外人でも嬉しい

>> No.16524362 [DELETED] 

>>16524346
>normies
The fact that you even use that word speaks loads about yourself. You're already judging people before you meet them because they're "normies" if they're not into the same hobbies as you.

It's probably for the best that you have no friends because you wouldn't be able to keep them with that attitude.

>> No.16524367

>>16524251
You should read a "good" VN, something that everyone likes and thinks is great like Eustia, to help you get motivated and back into reading them regularly again.

>> No.16524379 [DELETED] 

>>16524362
Am I really on /jp/

Where is the echo chamber I know and love

>> No.16524399 [DELETED] 

>>16524361
Good idea, I actually tried that once but felt a little bad about it. I guess it's been long enough since then that I'd probably have an easier time with it this time; especially if I tried to mix it with a bit of the other stuff. Are there any foreigner-friendly places that will talk about eroge and anime and such?

>> No.16524404

>>16524367
Yeah I suppose I should give that one a try. That one was on my list of "things I want to learn JP for" and I'm probably at a point where I can read it comfortably enough to not completely ruin it.

>> No.16524414 [DELETED] 

>>16524399
>Are there any foreigner-friendly places that will talk about eroge and anime and such?
それは俺も知りたい

じゃ、頑張れ、名無しさん!初めはいつも一番難しいからね

>> No.16524486

About a year ago I started downloading all of my music with Japanese filenames. Now half my music is romanized and half is Japanese. Trying to search for anything is a huge pain now and it has not improved my Japanese at all. I don't recommend it.

>> No.16524502 [DELETED] 

>>16524486
JUST

>> No.16524513

敵の刃の存在を忘却する。事を為す前に斬り割られるのならばそれまで。
Do I misunderstand something? It doesn't make sense.
"I deliberately forget about enemy’s blade. If he cuts me before I execute what I plan, it’s all over."
Right?
So if he purposely ignore the enemy sword, he's likely to get cut, no? WTF, author?

>> No.16524528

>>16524513
>deliberately
Where are you getting this from?

>> No.16524550

>>16524513
Maybe it just explains what happened at first.

I (happen to) forget that my enemy has a blade.

>> No.16524553

>>16524513
I think he saying he's focusing on his actions and if he gets cut first it can't be helped.

>> No.16524559

>>16524553
This guy is certainly right. Forget my earlier foolishness.

>> No.16524563
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16524563

>tfw probably spent over 100 hours on イブニクル
>currently in the latter half of chapter 6
>there's one more chapter after this
>74% of all CG collected
Starting to get close to the end and now I'm worried I won't find anything I want to read after this. Never really liked reading in the first place

It might not be the best babbys first VN but definetly worth playing

>inb4 Who are you quoting?

>> No.16524577

>>16524550
君は腹をくくった。
 掠めただけでも手足の一本くらい奪いかねない斬撃を避ける
ため、ひたすら駆け回らせていた足を止める。この相手に対し
その真似は無茶無謀、暴挙の極、それは委細承知の上。
 今となれば、死中に活を見出すに如かず。
>>16524528
From the flow of what he said before.
>>16524553
Yeah, I thought that would be the case, but it sound a bit weird. I would have used some other grammar case. I don't remember what but I've seen examples of it in texts.

>> No.16524585

>>16524563
Who are you quoting?

>> No.16524597

>>16524563
Evenicle might be one of the best gameplay VNs around but there are plenty of amazing VNs, no risk of running out. Also I love リッシュ but am not a fan of that outfit, it's one of the fishing ones, right? Her regular lingerie is so much more appealing.

>> No.16524614

>>16524563

I'm about to end the first chapter and I'm really having fun. I was kind of worrying about the same thing but I still have a long ass way to go anyway.

>> No.16524619
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16524619

>>16524563
There are Baldr games. How about them?
>>16524585
あんたのお母さんよ。

>> No.16524621

>>16524577
A lot of otaku writers are kind of retarded and not that great at Japanese prose so it's not really worth dwelling on small details

>> No.16524630

>>16524621
細かいことを気にしない気にしない!

>> No.16524632
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>>16524597
Yeah it's the fishing one. It's the only one from the fishing outfits I don't dislike and only put it on for the screenshot. Currently using two of those monster girls on her for the 20% exp gain and everyone else also has 20% exp to keep them at the same level to satisfy my OCD

>>16524619
I read the BaldrSky Dive 1 up until chapter 5 or so before dropping it because I got bored

>> No.16524637

>>16524632
>I got bored
Oh, sorry for your loss.

>> No.16524663

>>16524632
I missed out on all the monster girls by somehow not getting the catching skill when you're supposed to, I bet they make the game easier. And EXP gain is nice but it's a pain to swap it out for combat buffs for the boss fights, the game could really do with different loadouts to make it easier.

>> No.16524709

>>16524553
Yeah, right.
そして容赦なく、一閃が君を襲う。だがそれは既に埒外。

君の注意はただ一つ。己が断ち切られる前に敵手を射抜くことができるか否か

>> No.16524811

おはようおにいちゃん

>>16522640
おきなわでは「さい」とか「さー」ってつけるみたい

もとねたなのかな

ぞいよりつうじるのかもしれないんじゃないかなあ

>>16524709
ちゅうにー

>> No.16524824

>>16524811
>Narahara
>chuuni
choose one.

>> No.16524849

Where did that guy asking for a Japanese speaking friend go...

>> No.16524855
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>>16524811
敵の刃の存在を忘却する。事を為す前に斬り割られるのなら
ばそれまで。鎧の隙間を、揺れる錏の先にある首を見る。その
一点を刺し貫く、あるかなきかの勝機を窺う。

I doubt people in chuuni bother to search for gaps. They just clash swords and compete with their powerlevels.

>> No.16524870

>>16524855
まとめれば

>剣対弓の場合の弓は
>もし剣に斬られていても意識のある限り射つづけてね

でしょ。

刃とか忘却とか刺し貫くとか、なくてもいいっていえばいいよ

>> No.16524900

みんな最後にエッチしたのはいつ?

>> No.16524907

>>16524900
ちょうど今一人エッチしました

>> No.16524908

>>16524907
あなたは女の子?
気持ちよかった?

>> No.16524914

心は女の子です

>> No.16524920

日本語覚えたいならアイドルがオススメだよ彡

>> No.16524922

>>16524914
付き合ってくれない?
君よくAKBのスレッドにいる?

>> No.16524924

>>16524900
オナニとか?それともセックス?

>> No.16524938

>>16524924
セックス
ちなみにその上の女の子は今さっきオナニーしたって。

>> No.16524939

>>16524922
ごめん、アイドルには興味がありません

私より可愛い子なんて、そんなのは認めません

>> No.16524951

>>16524939
あらそれは残念だ。。。^^;

君も可愛いんだろうね!

>> No.16524952

>>16524938
俺がセックスしたことは一度もない。
残念残念。

>> No.16524958

You are all アホ

>> No.16524969

>>16524958
ひどいよ、先輩!

>> No.16524972

>>16520417
Hai, genki desu.

>> No.16524973

>>16524952
誰にでもいつかその日が来るから大丈夫さ!
(`・ω・´)キリッ

>>16524958
あなた関西人?

>> No.16524977

>>16524973
関西に住んでいた頃は確かにありました。

もう過去の話です。

>> No.16524986

>>16524977
「アホ」って関西人が良く言うからさ、
関東だと「バカ」になるんだと^^

今は九州?東北?それとも東京?

>> No.16524998

それにしても/jp/の人たち日本語うますぎる!

>> No.16525005

>>16524998
かたじけない

>> No.16525006

>>16524811
おきなわのひとたち、なにいってるかわからん。

とうほくのひとたちにもおなじことがいえるけどね。

>> No.16525012
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16525012

彼が言う事は正しいのか,/jp/?

>> No.16525016

>>16525005
礼にはおよばぬ、お気にめさるな。

>> No.16525024

>>16525012
そういう女は確かに少なくはないわな。

>> No.16525040

>>16525012
おとこってのは、どいつもこいつも、
ぼうりょくでかいけつするのがとっけんだとでもおもってんの!

>> No.16525045

>>16525040
正しい返しだと思うぞ。

>> No.16525047

>>16525040
ちがいねえ。。。

>> No.16525056
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16525056

どうします?

>> No.16525066
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16525066

大変そうだ!

>> No.16525084

逝く時は/jp/と一緒がいい

>> No.16525093

>>16525084
いっちゃった?

>> No.16525103

>>16524900
昨夜
子供ができたかな~

>> No.16525118

>>16525103
ゴムつけなかったの?
それにしてもなんてラッキーな奴なんだ、
俺なんか1年前だからね

>> No.16525123

なんでマンコってあんなにくさいの?

>> No.16525124

>>16525093
まだだけどもうそろそろ幻想郷へ・・・

>> No.16525125

日本語しかないスレになったじゃない
感心感心

>> No.16525131

>>16525103
レイプだったよな?ね

>> No.16525140

>>16525123
直接産婦人科にご相談ください

>> No.16525141

>>16525118
そりゃつけないよ、妊活中だからw

>>16525131
バカなことを言わないでよ

>> No.16525145

>>16525141
このノーミー野郎め

>> No.16525146

>>16525141
おつとめごくろうさまです

>> No.16525152

>>16524952
>>16525125

もしかして同じ人?

>> No.16525154

>>16525103

リア充爆発しろ!

>> No.16525160

>>16525141
奥さんいるんだ!?
いいねぇ~

>> No.16525173

>>16525152
いあ。言葉を繰り返しのは,日本語には普通だよって思ってるんだけど。ちがう?

>> No.16525176

>>16525173
あってるあってる。

>> No.16525179

リア充はここに来るわけないでしょ?w

>>16525160
んー惜しい‼
奥さんは私の方w

>> No.16525182

>>16525179
マジか!w
ってことはあなた様は本物の女ってこった!!

どーも奥さん!旦那さんにもよろしく!

>> No.16525183

>>16525179
恋人がいるのは、十分に資格になる。
今すぐ爆発しろ!

>> No.16525187
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>>16525160
ご紹介させてください

>> No.16525197

>>16525187
やべぇ久々に草生えたwwwwww

>> No.16525201

>>16525183
俺も彼女いるけどここに毎日来てるよ?

>> No.16525216

>>16525187
おにいちゃんにとって

・・・・
いちごうさん?

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>>16525201
俺たちを茶化すつもりでもあるのか?許せない!

>> No.16525224

>>16525217
ここ/r9k/じゃないよ?
落ち着いて楽しく話しましょう

>> No.16525227

>>16525217
決して茶化すつもりでここに来てるわけではないから安心しろ。

俺には彼女がいる。
でもそれと同時に俺はドルヲタでもあるんだ。
だから毎日AKBのスレッドにいるぞ。

>> No.16525238

>>16525227
/jp/がいるのになんであの雌に寝返ったの?

>> No.16525240

>>16525238
/jp/の中にAKBスレあるじゃん!

検索してみ!

>> No.16525246

>>16525240
それは反乱分子だ

>> No.16525253

>>16525246
反乱分子てw

まぁ俺はドルヲタだから許してくれ。

>> No.16525261

リア充のことを妬む必要なんてないよ
彼らが一つの醜い三次元彼女を持っても
俺らが無限の可愛くて素敵な二次元嫁を持ってるから
俺らのほうが幸せだぜ

>> No.16525265

>>16525261
良いこと言うねぇ~、アノン君よ

>> No.16525287

>>16525261
嘘だよ!女ってのは醜いわけがないだろう!そうなれば俺が生きている理由はなんなんだ?
愛はどこにもないっていうのか?神様はいないっていうのか?

>> No.16525303

>>16525287
日本に来なよ

>> No.16525315

>>16525261
にごう以下とは手を切れるの?

>> No.16525321

皆さんが「女」という概念にこんなに飢えて奉っているって事は結局自分の性に対するなんらかの嫌悪感の現れでしかないと思ったことはありませんか?

>> No.16525327

>>16525303
来ない。そもそも俺の住む街に美人がいっぱいあるもん。さあ、ソウルメイトを探さなくちゃ!

>> No.16525333

>>16525327
頑張れ!

>> No.16525360

十八番
剃刀

Fuck these two

>> No.16525366

>>16525315
いちごうとかにごうってどういう意味?

>> No.16525378

>>16525321
そのしゃべり方、もしや女の子?

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>>16525366
Bがいちごう
Dがにごうだよ

リンク先はN1もってるおにいちゃんでも、よめないから、よもうとしないでね
http://www.moj.go.jp/MINJI/minji07_00143.html

>> No.16525405

>>16525378
いいえ。

>> No.16525445
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16525445

post you're most obscure anki card

>> No.16525452

Anyone studying using https://japaneseclass.jp/ ?

My competitive autism spirit is telling me I should do it just to get to the top to receive messages praising how good I am.

>> No.16525459

>>16525445
盲腸
Don't even remember where the hell I got this from

>> No.16525468

>>16525459
wanikani teaches this word

>> No.16525521

>>16525393
難しいね!
でもありがとう!

>> No.16525554

I think I'm going to take a week break from kanji. I've been doing dictation, writing out 250-300 words a day from core10k for 3 months now almost every day. It doesn't take long but it sure burns me out.

>> No.16525565

>>16525554
ok

>> No.16525572

>>16525554
breaks are fine once in a while, just be prepared to come back to 2000+ reps

>> No.16525583

>>16525572
>come back to
They never come back.

>> No.16525585

>>16523542
I feel you man: I'm doing a Chinese course at my university and god damn if it's easier.

>> No.16525596

>>16525521
かんたんだよ

こんいんかんけいにある「いちごう」との

ちゃくしゅつしが

おやのこどもだよ


そこからおかねもちようの

ほうりつで

おかねもちは

ふたりめのおくさん、「にごう」とのあいだの

こどもをつくってもいい

で、にごうのこどもは、いちごうのこどもと

このこどもは「妾腹」だよ「娼婦」ににてるってAnkiしてね

がんばっておにいちゃん

>> No.16525619

>>16525596
なんでそんな専門的な話知ってるの?

すごいよ感動したよ妹

>> No.16525636

>>16525521
>>16525596
で、にごうのこどもは、いちごうのこどもと「腹違い」になるよ

腹違いはけっこうでてくるのでAnkiしておいてもいいとおもうよ

>> No.16525643

>>16525636
わかった、しっかりAnkiしとくよ
日本語以外にもこういう結婚の勉強もしたの?

>> No.16525650

>>16525643
8さいのえいごで

がいこくのほうりつは

よめない

>> No.16525655
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16525655

>>16520902
Turns out the app never asked me for permissions to storage despite me uninstalling/reinstalling it 3-4 times. After granting it permissions to storage, it works fine.

Managed to copy the prc file off, remove its DRM and convert it to an epub with vertical selectable text. Not bad.

>> No.16525671

>>16525650
それにしても頭良すぎる!

>> No.16525746

>>16525671
伝統というかなんというか

どいなかだし

ごせんぞさまのふるいことばとかならわしとかがのこってるのかも

どいなかだし

>> No.16526327

>言葉とは裏腹に自分に自信を持っていないこと。
Too many に what does it mean?!

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16526365

いかん私の日本語が良くなれる?これは初めてポストだよ。

>> No.16526401

>>16526365

ウセー!

>> No.16526530

>>16526327
I see 裏腹に as oppositely, contrarily. に modifies 裏腹 (opposite, contrary) into those.

I might be wrong but I can't really think of anything else here.

As for the meaning of the sentence, once again not entirely confident about its meaning, but I see it as :
"When directed to oneself, words, on the contrary, don't carry weight (i.e. confidence)."
To understand the sentence better, think how when someone tells you something inspirational, or when you read something inspirational (that is not coming from yourself), it usually works and hits close to home. But if you were to say those things for yourself, their impact is much less powerful.

>> No.16526747

^ I was wrong by the way.
https://www.google.co.jp/#q=%22%E3%81%A8%E3%81%AF%E8%A3%8F%E8%85%B9%E3%81%AB%22

>> No.16526751

Help! I pressed a key while reviewing my cards and accidentally deleted one of them. Is there any way to get it back?

>> No.16526766

>finish grammar book but dont know much vocab
>dont know enough words to read
>losing motivation to do anki


any way i can knock myself out of this rut?

>> No.16526768

>>16526766
Yeah, read and do anki.

>> No.16526775

>>16526766
Who are you quoting?

>> No.16526778

>>16526766
>I want to do this thing that takes a lot of effort but without putting in any effort
Can't help you there my friend. Grow up.

>> No.16526783

>>16526778
Who are you quoting?

>> No.16526790

>>16526783
His thoughts, paraphrased

>> No.16526868

>>16526751
Try pushing Ctrl + Z
If it's really important you could restore it from one of the back-ups Anki automatically makes, but that would be tedious.

>> No.16526919

>>16524563
>pic
I need to play this.

>> No.16526927

Are there any sites where I can view full scripts for VNs and games? Something like this: https://www.chronocompendium.com/Term/Scripts.html

>> No.16527006
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I'm getting more and more words where I don't really get the meaning or can differentiate them from other words with a similar meaning.

What are the best J-J dictionaries?

>> No.16527011

>>16527006
http://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/

>> No.16527032

>>16527006
Download 広辞苑 and 大辞林 from the CoR and add them to Rikai.

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>>16525445
蟷螂の斧

I think it is my favorite card in my deck.

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>> No.16527262

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEf7p_7MjkM
Listening comprehension time.
Just an excuse to post a cool japanese video

>> No.16527663

>>16527247
kawaii

>> No.16527664
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16527664

Is it even possible to ever reach this level bros?

>> No.16527671

>>16527664
Yes.

>> No.16527684

エッチ = H

大発見した

この世の中には、まだ多くの不思議が残ってるみたい。

>> No.16527699
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>>16527684

>> No.16527701

>>16527664
No.

>> No.16527720

おはようおにいちゃん

きょうもいいひをつくるぞい

>> No.16527980
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16527980

>>16527720
おはよう、眠いけど朝だ

>> No.16528012

Anyone know how to change the default Japanese font on Linux? For some reason the font on my system uses that awful single-stroke り

>> No.16528015

>>16528012
Change the order of fallbacks in fontconfig.

>> No.16528022

>>16528015
Thanks anon, I got it

>> No.16528033

>>16526778
its less putting in effort and more finding compelling content.

what i shouldve asked is
1. is there any thing i can use besides anki to increase vocab
2. is it possible to read with a very limited vocab

ive heard of people just looking up every word they dont know in a manga. is this a viable approach or a waste of time?

also
>grow up
no, eat a dick faggot

>> No.16528037

>>16528033
>2. is it possible to read with a very limited vocab
Why wouldn't it be? In fact, it's the number #1 recommended way to learn Japanese.

>> No.16528039

>>16528033
>2. is it possible to read with a very limited vocab
I only know 1500 words from anki and after reading all of zettai reiiki and two chapters of airantou I'm good enough to read prisma illya but not a VN without a texthooker. I do have a lot of out-of-anki practice not listed here but it should give you an idea where I am vocabulary wise.

>> No.16528040

>>16528039
>two chapters of airantou
two volumes of*

>> No.16528088
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16528088

Can anyone translate the 4th panel? Good practice.

>> No.16528093

>>16528033
>>1. is there any thing i can use besides anki to increase vocab
Consuming Japanese content.
>2. is it possible to read with a very limited vocab
Possible and recommended, as long as you don't mind having to use a dictionary and/or lookup tools very (very) often.

>> No.16528124

>溜息
>嘆息
What's the difference?

>> No.16528173

How is F/SN difficulty-wise? I've already read a few other VNs like Air, AoKana, and Eustia.
Please don't tell me to "download it and see for myself", I would do that but I'm low on storage and have to deal with shitty 3rd-world internet on top of that, so I would rather not waste time and disk space on something that might be too cumbersome to read at my current level. Thanks.

>> No.16528179

>>16528124
Check a Japanese dictionary.

>悲しんだりがっかりしたりして、ため息をつくこと。また、そのため息。

You can't 嘆息 in relief.

>> No.16528183

>>16528088
It's just standard shounen trope bullshit

>> No.16528188

>>16528173
You will see a lot of kanji variety as you would expect in a chuuni game, but the grammar and style is normal/easy to follow.

>> No.16528192

>>16528183
Yeah but what specifically is he saying? Does he just say anything about him having a "weird body"?

>> No.16528203

>>16528192
You seem to have mistaken this for a translation thread.

>> No.16528220

>>16528173
If you've read those VNs you'll be fine, there'll be some new vocab but that's a good thing.

>> No.16528225

>>16528188
>>16528220
OK, thanks. I have a pastebin that was posted a while ago of every non-jouyou kanji in the game, so I suppose I'll try mining some of those in preparation.

>> No.16528248

>>16528225
I think this is unnecessary, just jump into the game and learn the word when you encounter it. More fun, and easier to remember it in context.

>> No.16528249

>>16528225
This sounds like an awful idea, the whole point of mining is that it's in-context, actual words in actual sentences. Mining from kanji lists defeats the purpose.

>> No.16528271

今日は自分で自殺しようと思う。

>> No.16528284

>>16528271
なんでw

>> No.16528371

When perfect dark downloads faster than the only public torrent.

>> No.16528581

>>16528371
違法ダウンロードと盗むが同じだよ

>> No.16528586

>>16528581
I'm literally incapable of legally buying what I'm downloading without physically travelling to another country. If they're not selling where I live, they don't want my money.

>> No.16528589

>>16527699
I just randomly stumbled into this panel, go figure.

>> No.16528595

>>16528589
Where's it from?

>> No.16528598

>>16528581

お前ばかと同じ

>> No.16528599

>>16528595
Ran into it here http://blog.goo.ne.jp/architectnews/e/b07f34e176474f355566eeed514b3d81

>> No.16528737

>>16528271
自殺なんてするな!! 
俺が許さん!!

>> No.16528900

>>16528737

俺の歩く道を邪魔になるつもり持ってるなら、この右拳でお前の終わりを作る。

>> No.16528913

日本語はめんどくさい。。。

>> No.16528983
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>> No.16529059

>>16528913
おまえはただくさい

>> No.16529105

>>16528983
ドラゴンならオッケーだと思うけどね

>> No.16529269

>>16525746
アニメみたいな話ですねw

>>16528900
昨日、幻想郷が見えるとか言ってたやつか?

>> No.16529436

>>16529269

いや、ただの流れている旅人です。 あの男はもう別世界に立ち去ったと思う。

>> No.16529494

Anyone here reading anything on kindle have any recommendations? I'm not great (working my way through よつばと) But I'm curious if anyone's got any suggestions.

>> No.16529517

>>16529494
I don't get it, are you looking for easy manga suggestions? What does Kindle have to do with that?

>> No.16529557
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>>16529517

>> No.16529623

>>16529436
そうか、多分また戻ってくるよ
/jp/好きだもん

>> No.16529665

過疎ってるなぁ。。。。

>> No.16529695
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能面ってなんでこんなに不気味なの?

>> No.16529796
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16529796

オナに過ぎるとまらない。。。助けてだれか。

>> No.16529799

>>16529796
今日何回目?

>> No.16529805

>>16529796
止まる必要がないよ
気持ちいいなら問題ない

>> No.16529835

>>16529799
Did you write it like this on purpose to shove a bunch of square kanji together or am I just autistic?

>> No.16529838

>>16529835
>or am I just autistic?
強いて言えば...

>> No.16529860

>>16529799
朝から午後まで5回です。俺の命がー

>>16529805
だって疲れていた。何でも出来られない。

>> No.16529868

>>16529860
一日五回なんて茶飯事だ
むしろ足りないほう

>> No.16529905

>>16529835
>am I just autistic
aren't we all

>> No.16529911

>>16529835
はい、あなたは自閉症です。

>> No.16529912

>>16529860
5回じゃ多いとは言えないよ
10回くらいやるひともいるからね、まぁそうなるともうオナ中だけど

>> No.16529916

>命はとりゃあせん
取りません? とりあえずいません?

>> No.16529920

>>16529916
取りはしない

>> No.16529923

>>16529916
とりゃぁせん=とりはしないよ

>> No.16529930

>>16529920
>>16529923
ありがとう

>> No.16529936

>>16529930
いえいえ

>> No.16530000

I just made a great discovery. I don't know why I didn't notice before or why nobody says this.

What I've noticed is some kanji which use the same big main radical or whatever have the same reading.
Like these


Both are ねん!
Or



All of those are どう!

>> No.16530007

>>16530000
Wow holy shit, how did you do that? You might just have revolutionized the way we could learn Japanese there!

>> No.16530008

>>16530000
That point is over and over again in these threads.
But now that you've realized, reading new kanji will become easier for you.

>> No.16530010

>>16530000
That's fucking cool! I'm going to write a mathematical proof for this

>> No.16530017

>>16530000
その通りです。

よくぞ見抜きましたね。

>> No.16530023

みんな仕事は何やってるの?

>> No.16530039

>>16530023
ニートに決まってるじゃん

>> No.16530066

>>16530039
俺もだよ
ニートってわけじゃなくて一応稼いでるけど同じようなもんだよ

他のみんなもニートなのかな?

>> No.16530083

>>16530066
>一応稼いでるけど
まあ、こっちも稼いでるんだけど、病気のニートの金ってことだ。
あなたは、他の手で稼いでるの?何してるの?

>> No.16530086

>>16528581
あたしのでばんかな


にほんじんはにほんで

つかったらダメ

こくがいからは

ばしょによる?

わかんない
>>16529695
能はにほんじんのなかでもいっちばん

庶民から縁遠い文化かもしれない

けいざいてきにいうと財団の理事くらいとおい

あたしにはなにもわからない

えいごよりわからない

>>16530023
退職するとき嬉しいのがしごと?
退職するとき悲しいのがしごと?

>> No.16530095

>>16530083
>病気のニートの金ってことだ。
俺もこれだ。

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>>16530086
能面や部落にまつわる怖い話は昔から結構あるよ
検索してみ

といっても能面って見ただけでゾッとするよ

>> No.16530107

>>16530086
退職するとき悲しいのが仕事。

マジレスすると退職して一週間は毎日が日曜日気分で嬉しいんだって。
でも一週間すぎたら何したらいいかわからないんだって。
暇すぎたり必要としてくれる人がいなかったりで。

>> No.16530109

>>16530023
もちろん英語教師よ

>> No.16530116

>>16530109
結構稼げるの?
学校の英語教師なの?

>> No.16530127

Memrise + Japdeck is amazing, but I guess people prefer anki because it takes less time?

>> No.16530129

>>16530107
そんなひとにはね

シルバーじんざいセンターってのがあるんだって

かんたんにひやとい(日雇い)にちかいしごとができる

>> No.16530133

>>16530127
>I guess people prefer anki because it takes less time?
No, people prefer anki because it actually isn't shit compared to every other alternative.

>> No.16530134

誰か俺に東北弁、京ことば、九州弁を教えてくださいm(__)m

それらの言葉はすごくエキゾチックに聞こえる。

>> No.16530136

>>16530129
そのとおりだよ、 
若いのによく知ってるね。
関心するよ。

よく道路工事の時に旗振りのおじさんもそのたぐいだよ。

>> No.16530140

>>16530133
What's shitty about memrise?

>> No.16530141

>>16530101
市町村長は

能はいかないとおもうよ

県知事はいくのかなあ、いかないのかなあくらい

府知事はいくんじゃないかなあ

都知事はいくとおもう

しょみんにはねこにこばんだよ

>> No.16530145

>>16530140
it's nowhere near as customizable as anki.

>> No.16530151

>>16530141
へぇ~。
能ってもっと身近なもんだと思ってたわ。
なんつーかその、田舎の伝統行事的な。

能面が起きたって話知ってる?

>> No.16530152

>>16530145
Need to learn Python and scripting to customise anki. Meanwhile, memrise just works.

>> No.16530153

Can someone explain this definition to me
>(採る)みちびき入れる。「明かりを―・る窓」
I don't get it

>> No.16530157

>>16530134
京ことばなら「舞姫」の読み上げ音源があるとおもうよ

あたしのせだいはみたことないけど

えいがにもなってるってネットでみた

じっさいにみたことはないよ

東北ではないけど、北海道ならけっこうあるとおもうよ

あとゆうめいどころは沖縄

>> No.16530159

>>16530153
そんなの日本人でも知ってる人は少ないと思う(笑)

>> No.16530164

>>16530152
Wrong and wrong

>> No.16530166

>>16530157
一番覚えたいのは京ことばだから助かるよ、ありがと

北海道って方言あるの!?

琉球語は東北弁と同じくらい何言ってるかわからんw

>> No.16530171

>>16530152
>Need to learn Python and scripting to customise anki
kek

>> No.16530176

>>16530152
wrong. python is straight up trash anyway, why would you want to learn it?
>Meanwhile, memerise just works.
I never claimed that it didn't. it's just shit compared to anki.

>> No.16530178

>>16530151
神楽(かぐら)の奉納(ほうのう)なら

これはしょみんでもみにいくし、練習すればさんかできるよ

歌舞伎はすっごく庶民のものだけど

いまは都会にしかないね


能は神事に近くって

三次元と四次元くらいちがう

>>16530159
明り取りは取りでいいとおもってたけどちがうのかな?

山菜採りは採りを使うくらい

ねいてぃぶでもいしきしないくらい?ごさ?

>>16530166
にほんはほうげんだらけです

ほうげんじゃない認定されてるのは

東京の山の手の中だけで

そこから外は

きょくろんすればぜんぶ方言

>> No.16530181

>>16530109
日本でやってんの?

>> No.16530183

>>16530140
>>16530152
You realize you're learning from lessons made by beginners? Have fun learning wrong shits.

>> No.16530194

>>16530178
君今どこに住んでるの?
すっごい物知りだね!

>> No.16530200

>>16530151
いなかのでんとうぎょうじっぽいのはこういうのね

50キロくらいはしれば一か所くらいあるとおもうよ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4GrqGfhBNQ

とくにちめいに「神」とか「伊」とかつけばあるかのうせいが大じゃないかな

>能面が起きた
しらにゃい

>> No.16530205

>>16530194
その人はイモウトよ
前に「あたし」って言ったの

>> No.16530214

萎む
萎れる
萎える
萎びる

LITERALLY WHY

>> No.16530216

>>16530200
そうそうこーいうの!
でも全くの素人な俺にとってみればこーいう伝統行事も能とかも全部一緒にみえちゃう


能面が起きたってのは昔から部落にまつわる田舎の怖い話だよ、俺も読んだわけじゃないからよく知らんけん

>> No.16530219

>>16530151
こっちは

すっごくじょうずだった
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7z5jKAofR4

安芸(あき)は、和楽器とか日本舞踊(にほんぶよう)とか

すっごく残ってるってきいたことがあるよ

>> No.16530221

>>16530205
イモウトはここの主さん(OP)?

>> No.16530222

>>16530164
>>16530171
How else do you make add-ons?

>> No.16530223

>>16530214
Stop making these posts. Nobody cares about how bad at japanese you are.

>> No.16530228

>>16530183
It's literally the core2k deck

>> No.16530230

>>16530219
これって田舎?それとも東京のどっか?

>> No.16530231
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>>16527262
I wonder if my Japanese level is good enough for NieR or if they will have thousands of words I've never heard before.

Only a couple more weeks

>> No.16530233

>>16530221
意味わからない

ここってこのスレ?
OPってそれ>>16517682か?
OPって一人の人しかないわけがない。それに、イモウトはDJTを作ったことがないと思う

>> No.16530237
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>>16530230
だから安芸の國だって

いまは広島市?

ほうげんたぶんきっついとおもうよ

おこのみやきがとにかくゆうめい

>> No.16530244

>>16530233
イモウトってこのスレのOPじゃないのね?

>> No.16530248

>>16530237
そうなんだ!
広島とかあっちのほうは一回も行ったことがないや

広島風もんじゃ食いていなぁ

>> No.16530258

>>16530248
にほんじんはね

かならず1回以上いったことがあるんだよ

あのまちにはね

くちにするのもはばかられる

れきしじょうのできごとが70ねんまえに

あった

から

>> No.16530264

>>16530258
じゃあ俺もいつかは原爆ドーム行ってみたいなぁ。。。。

>> No.16530279

>>16530116
普通の暮らしもできるし、貯金もできるよ
中学校で働いてるの

>> No.16530284

>>16530264
広島産業文化会館

とかそういう名前だったと思うよ

そのなまえは、あめりか方言なんだよ

>> No.16530291

>>16530134
九州弁ちっても、いろいろあるけんさぁ
博多弁やら鹿児島弁やら…
気になる地域をユーチューブでした方がいいん

>> No.16530293

>>16530279
ええ仕事やんけ

>> No.16530295

>>16530153
To guide inwards. "The window that guides (lets) light in."

>> No.16530300

>>16530181
そうよ
毎日が楽しいw
今は幸せです。

>> No.16530302

>>16530291
俺がしんけん知りたいのは大分弁っちゃ
うん、ようつべで探してがんばるっちゃ

>> No.16530306

>>16530302
おーいた

あたしもつれてって

べっぷ!

>> No.16530309

>>16530284
原爆ドームってアメリカ人の言い方なんだ、知らんかったわー

>広島産業文化会館

てかそんな名前があることも知らんかったわ

>> No.16530315

>>16530306
別府市に俺が連れち行っちやんよ

>> No.16530317

>>16530302
おー、どうしてまた大分弁を?
好きやし、聞き取れるけど使いこなせん…
ちなみにただいま大分在中なんや

>> No.16530331

>>16530309
ドムってキリストきょうの

だいせいどうのことでしょ?

キリストきょうとあのたてもの

ひとっつもかんけいないでしょ?

>> No.16530341
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>>16530309
>>16530331
ただ

みためが

見た目が

大聖堂(ドム)かもしれない

たしかにたしかに、そういうみためはしてたんだね

>> No.16530363

>>16530244
ちゃんと言っただろ?
頭おかしくない?

>> No.16530369

>>16530317
俺がしんけん好きなアイドルが大分出身っちゃ

それ以来大分含む九州全体に憧れぅ持っちしもうてのう

あんたはつくづくラッキーな人やね!

>> No.16530375

Question, how long will it be before I can understand people on an audible level, 'cause at the moment it's like "Whoa, everyone talks way too fast."

>> No.16530376

>>16530331
>>16530341

ちなみにその建物は日本でも原爆ドームって呼ばれてるよ

>> No.16530381

>>16530375
Depends on you and how much you immerse yourself in content. There isn't a definite answer to that.

>> No.16530385

>>16530376
きょうかしょには

そうかいてあるし

しけんではそうかく

ナ〇スもわるくかけばかくほど

テストでは良い点がもらえる

>> No.16530387

>>16530363
なんでそんな喧嘩腰なん?

>> No.16530391

>>16530385
タブーなのにね。。。。

俺はテストが大っ嫌いや

>> No.16530396

>>16530387
さあどうかな?

同じ質問を頻りに聞かされたのかな?

>> No.16530410

>>16530396
まぁそうイライラしなさんなって

>> No.16530418

>>16530381
So it might never happen then.

Reading isn't so bad for me, but... for listening it's like a minefield.

>> No.16530422

>>16530410
すまん、実は別にイライラしてない
好きよ、アノン

今日はなにやってんの?楽しい一日を過ごしてんの?
こっちはドット絵の学ぶをやってる。ちょっと迷って落ち込んでるけど、頑張るぞい

>> No.16530423

>>16530418
If you don't listen and instead shitpost on 4chan, then yeah, it won't happen.

>> No.16530429

>>16530423
I hardly come to 4chan to be honest. I'm only here 'cause there's always a Japanese learning thread in /jp/.

>> No.16530430

>>16530422
そか、ならいいんだが

俺はもうくたくたさ、もうすぐ寝るよ

頑張れー

>> No.16530431

結婚の夜、血痕があった

>> No.16530433

>>16530430
ありがとう

そっこ、お疲れ
良い夢を

>>16530431
なさけないけど、笑った

>> No.16530437

>>16530433
さんきゅー、おやすみ

>> No.16530438

>>16530431
そこはかとなく?


あたしはまだまくあるからね。たぶん

>> No.16530443

>>16530438
いやらしいな・・・あんた、本当のイモウトのかな?

>> No.16530447

>>16530438
処女なの?

>> No.16530508

秋葉原行ったら中国人観光客だらけだった

>> No.16530519
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16530519

I failed the JLPT N2 by a good 30 points, though only failed one section by a point or two. I know it means that my level simply wasn't high enough yet, but how far off am I?

>> No.16530607

Is there a resource with very simple japanese sentences that can introduce one to reading?

Even Yotsubato feels a bit over my head. Some sentences I get, but in many I just get lost in the grammar.

>> No.16530610

>>16530519
>how far off am I?
I'd say you're about plebbit level right now.

>> No.16530621

>>16530607
4コマからえらべば?

ルビふってあるのを

あずまんが大王はルビないからダメ

おすすめは、おにいちゃんおしえて

>> No.16530659

>>16530519
>how far off am I?
Around 30 points or so

>> No.16530664

>>16530607
>>16530621
I disagree that 4koma is what you should be reading, they're generally harder than normal manga, and as a beginner you'll be reading slowly and probably either don't get the jokes or not find them funny because of how long it took you to read a page.

Read Tae Kim, do core 2k and mine words, watch a few anime episodes a day and read something you're motivated in, with time you'll progress.

>> No.16530761

>>16519515
http://kitsunekko.net/dirlist.php?dir=subtitles%2Fjapanese%2F

>> No.16530878

>>16530610
>>16530659
それはどうも
I'm just curious about how far exactly I was from passing.

>> No.16530885

>>16530878
A good 30 points. The exact number will be written on the paper you got.

>> No.16530890

>>16530885
But how easy is it to accrue 30 more points on the JLPT N2?

>> No.16530895

>>16530890
You take the total amount of points you got, divide them by how much pain it was to get them then multiply that number by 30.

>> No.16530913

>>16530895
Yes but what about diminishing returns?

>> No.16530922

>>16530895
No, that's not right. You have to remember there's a minimum expected value you'll get just guessing. What anon needs to start doing is calculate the difference between his score and that base value

>> No.16530993

さよならは別れの言葉じゃなくて
再び逢うまでの遠い約束

>> No.16531031

>>16530993
>(あの世で)再び逢うまでの遠い約束

>> No.16531139

君を夏の日に例えるべきでしょう
君はより美しくて慎ましい

>> No.16531201

Should I mine words I see in these threads (the interesting ones)?

>> No.16531207

>>16531201
Sure.

>> No.16531456

>>16531201
You need to ask if the person is comfortable with it first.

>> No.16531582

I dunno if this is the right place, but I got a question for you gurus.

When using ( -んだ・-んです ) questions, does the verb always get turned into -る form?

>> No.16531619

>>16531582
I'm not sure I understand what you're asking. Post an example.

>> No.16531650

>>16531619
クラスに行くんですか.

The use of 行くvs 行きます.I'm assuming adding -ん to masu form would sound stupid.

>> No.16531671

>>16531650
Yeah, you need to use the dictionary form because everything up until の/ん is a relative clause modifying の/ん. The part that expresses politeness level here is だ/です.

クラスに行く 〜 クラスに行くのだ
クラスに行きます 〜 クラスに行くのです

>> No.16531685

>>16531671
Thanks a bunch, pal.

>> No.16531967

>>16530664
たしかにピーナッツ何巻かもってるけど

えいごのツボがぜんぜんわらえない

10個に1個くらいはわかる

>> No.16532019

>何故か俺の部屋に上がり込んできて、さっきからテコでも出て行こうとしない。
What is teko? Lever doesn't seem to make sense

>> No.16532030
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16532030

>>16532019
>テコ

テコはテコだよ

テコをつかえば

ふつうではうごかせないようなものも

うごくよ

がんばれおにいちゃん

>> No.16532048

>>16532030
Imifumei
It's metaphorical right? He isn't literally using that.

>> No.16532051

Where can I upload a reaalllly big file anonymously?

>> No.16532055

>>16532048
>テコでも~ない

このかたちの慣用句だよ

>頑なに~ない
とおなじだけど、テコのほうが

しゃべりことばっぽいよ

>> No.16532060

>>16532051
What do you consider really big?

>> No.16532061

>>16532060
A specific size somewhere between four and ten GB.

>> No.16532070
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16532070

この適量って具体的どのくらいでしょうか

>> No.16532072

>>16532055
>テコでも~ない
Ah, I found it with this.
>どのような手段を用いてみても、絶対にその場から動かない。どのようなことがあっても信念を変えない。
This explanation made it easy to understand. Thank

>> No.16532110

>>16532070
君の好み次第ってことかな?

>> No.16532122

>>16532070
ヤリイカなら

生で買ってきて、ワタ抜けばいいとおもうよ

仮詰めして下茹でしてから

肉詰めするといいよ

このばあいは、肉にウニとチーズとイカゲソを入れられるね

梅肉もいれたらおいしい気がするよ

あとツクリタケとかもいいよ

おにいちゃんつくって

>> No.16532145

>>16532070
>>16532122
あと、ウニはちょうたかいから

アボガドでだいようするのが

庶民流だよ

クリームチーズも買わずに

ヨーグルトを水抜きしたもので代用

かなり酸味は強くなるから

アボガド1個とヨーグルト250グラム
(ホエイ100グラムくらいは抜く)

クルミは10グラムくらいを砕けばいいともう

塩昆布は5グラムくらいかな

コクがたりないとおもうから

すこしベーコンとかロースハムのスライスとか

あじのこいのをいれたほうがいいかな

あとツクリタケ

>> No.16532160

>>16532122
>>16532145
詳しいですね
妹さんの手作り料理
食べてみたい

>> No.16532271

Can somone please correct this sentence,

店に入った時、初の見たことは土産でした。

(When I entered the store, the first thing I saw was omiayge)

I'm wondering if it's correct to use Hatsu or Saisho in this context? Thanks

>> No.16532279

>>16532271
最初に見た物はお土産でした
最初に見たのはお土産でした

>> No.16532287

>>16532271
初 is really only attached to nouns:
初体験
初日の出
初雪
Etc.

Or it is followed by の to describe a noun.

>> No.16532298

>>16532279
>>16532287
ありがとうございます。

>> No.16532299
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16532299

>>16532287
初潮

>> No.16532378

>>16531967
ようするに、4コマは普通の漫画よりずっと難しいって言ったんだ。
だから、アノンに4コマを読めと勧めるのはいやいやと思う

日本人の立場で分かりづらいかもしれないけど・・・

>> No.16532405

>>16532160
にほんのひとだいたい

まいにちりょうりするよ

あめりかとかいりぎすとかって

りょうりしないんじゃなかったっけ

>> No.16532439
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16532439

>>16532299

>> No.16532467

>>16532439
サクラちゃんが病気だった理由はそれだったのか・・・そっか、たしかに合ってるね

>> No.16532473

>>16532467
可愛い

>> No.16532474

>>16532467
そのばんに小豆飯(あずきまんま)が食卓に出てるなら

そうじゃないかなあとおもうよ

>> No.16532523

>>16532474
・・・関係は?
ちょっと迷ってる

>> No.16532535

>>16532523
いみなんてしらないよ

おばあちゃんのおおばあちゃんの

おばあちゃんのおばあちゃんのおばあちゃんの

わかんないくらいずーっとまえから

きたら、炊くことになってるの

>> No.16532566

>>16532523
>>16532535
それで、もちろん家族も食べるんだけど

とくにお祝いっていうのじゃなくって

(お祝いと言えば、誕生日のほうが盛大にお祝いする)

神棚にあげる(奉納する)の。儀式てきなものだよ

>> No.16532624

てすと。

>> No.16532988

とある...シーチキン

>> No.16533000

>>16532122
>>16532145
へぇ~~
イモウトって8歳だっけ?
料理もできるんだ、すごいね~

>> No.16533130

How would you say "I'm watching x and it's very interesting"?

xは見ていると面白い
or maybe
xは見ている、楽しんでいる
to say that i'm enjoying it. my main issue is i'm not sure how to put these two things together.

>> No.16533287

>>16533130
あたしがほんやくすると

ろくなことにならないけど

「楽しい」は"fun"

「おもしろい」は"funny"

「興味がある」が"interesting"

じゃないかなあとおもうよ

>> No.16533303

>>16533287
イモウトは日本人なの?

>> No.16533316

>>16533130
Why do you need to put them together? To me, saying each sentence separately sounds more natural.
xを見ている。すごく面白い

>> No.16533324

>>16533316
Thanks, that does sound more natural. I was just thinking I should put them together because in english you would just say "I'm watching x and it's very interesting", so i hadn't thought of the possibility of splitting them up.

>> No.16533342

>>16533287
>「おもしろい」は"funny"
それで、「おかしい」の同意語なのか?
使い分けはよく分からない。。

>> No.16533354

>>16533342
にほんごのね

おもしろい

いろんないみでつかうから

えいごと一対一で翻訳すると「にほんごがたりなくなる」んだよ

crazyもやくすときに「にほんごがたりなくなる」んじゃないかなあとおもうよ

>> No.16533369

>>16533354
まあ、確かにそんなことあるね
例えるなら
「あなたは面白い人です」と言えば
それは失礼な言い方のですか?「変」とか「おかしい」と同じなのかな
それとも「魅力的」のような意味を現す?

>> No.16533381

>>16533369
わらいながらいえば、それはfunnyのいみだし

わらってないなら、interestingみたいないみだし

あんどしていれば、comfortableみたいないみになるよ

おどろいていれば、crazyみたいないみでもつかうよ

「にほんごがたりない」のいみがつたわるかなあ

>> No.16533386

>>16533369
面白い人=興味深い、普通じゃない、気になる、見て楽しい人

>> No.16533388

>>16533381
なるほどね
やっぱり文脈ってやつの問題らしい

>> No.16533408

>>16533388
>おもしろい

これははっきり日本語がわるいよ

もうちょっと分化したほうがいいって

えらいひとがいってた

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