おはよう!

October 2, 2008 § 2 Comments

おはよう!すみません私はかきません。せんしゅう水曜日に私は中間がありました。私も日本語のしゅくだいや中国語しゅくだいなどがありました。たいへんです!明日私は中国語しけんがありますよ。今晩私は中国語をべんきょするつもりです。しゅまつ私はテニスをするつもりです。私テニスをすることはできません。私はならうします。

じゃまたね!

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§ 2 Responses to おはよう!

  • Puddleduck says:

    Hey, you’ve learned quite a bit already since your last post huh! =)
    You’re really doing well, but since I know you’re serious about learning I’ll try to give you all the corrections I can think of:

    1. I think the most natural but simple way to rearrange the first sentence would be something like: 私が今までかきませんでしたからすみません。

    *2. I’m actually not sure of this correction, but generally I’ve heard people use the full word 中間試験 for “midterm” 試験 ー>しけん (I’m sure you know the kanji from Chinese class though!)

    3. Ok, this is being really picky, but since Japanese is very “topic oriented” it feels more natural to place 私は at the beginning of the sentence instead of the time frame. For example, ”私は明日、中間試験がありますよ!”

    4. This is a mistake that everyone makes: be REALLY careful about the extra うs in a word, a lot of the time if there is an o sound or a small subscript like しゅ or しょ it means it will be followed by an う。 So remember that it’s しゅうまつ and べんきょう!

    5. As for “learning tennis”…I think I’d say something like ”私は今しゅうまつにテニスをすることがならいたい” (I want to learn tennis this weekend). Or ならうつもりです is ok too.

    Hope I didn’t make any errors in my typing cause it’s displaying the Japanese characters really, really small, and hope that my suggestions help =)

  • Anna says:

    Haha sorry, that other post is me but I had to refresh the page and it input my LJ info. =)

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