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  • Reply to: What's easy about learning Japanese   4 days 16 hours ago

    "Simplest questions ever

    Q: Did you eat?
    A: I ate.

    What the heck? That's about the simplest Q&A you could think of"

    As a matter of fact, I believe it is even simpler :

    Q: Did you eat?
    A: Ate.

    :) Am I mistaken?

  • Reply to: What's hard about learning Japanese   4 days 16 hours ago

    Hangul adds another "suspect" similarity. It is built on the same principles as Hiragana and Katakana, while its way of drawing the characters is unique. And here again, it is totally unrelated to Chinese ideograms, except for a certain familiar-looking style.

    I believe the origins of a language lie in the typical way of thinking of the people's ancestors, and so with Hangul, maybe we can see something common in the ancient past of Japanese and Koreans.

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  • Reply to: Five Japanese words that don't mean what you think they mean   1 week 4 hours ago

    Not sure if this went through the first time, I don't see it anywhere?I don't make a distinction between "comics" and "manga" because of some selfish "but manga is better!" feeling, but simply because of the different connotations of the different phrases. To me, comic or cartoon means childish media for kids. Comics even got their name from comical. Maybe that's not completely true, but to me and I assume most other people, childish stuff is what first comes to mind when I hear those words. An animated short film for adults is an animated film. I don't know about other people, but I don't go around calling those cartoons, which would be the same thing to me as calling them TV shows for kids. Anime and manga is simply animated media that's made for a wide range of ages, some for kids, some for teens, some for adults. Maybe that's technically true for cartoons and comics too, but to me, anime and manga means animated media with deeper storylines and content more suitable for teens and up, while cartoons and comics mean childish media for kids.

  • Reply to: Five Japanese words that don't mean what you think they mean   1 week 4 hours ago

    I don't make a distinction between "comics" and "manga" because of some selfish "but manga is better!" feeling, but simply because of the different connotations of the different phrases. To me, comic or cartoon means childish media for kids. Comics even got their name from comical. Maybe that's not completely true, but to me and I assume most other people, childish stuff is what first comes to mind when I hear those words. An animated short film for adults is an animated film. I don't know about other people, but I don't go around calling those cartoons, which would be the same thing to me as calling them TV shows for kids. Anime and manga is simply animated media that's made for a wide range of ages, some for kids, some for teens, some for adults. Maybe that's technically true for cartoons and comics too, but to me, anime and manga means animated media with deeper storylines and content more suitable for teens and up, while cartoons and comics mean childish media for kids.

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    I called on Saturday and got my translated report on Monday morning as requested.translation languages

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