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    the Japanese word chain game

    しりとり... this is the Japanese word chain game.

    How to play:

    . you have to write the real Japanese language to play this game. ( if you don't have Japanese keyboard, this site will help your Japanese ) http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/tr
    . you have to use the last letter the former person wrote.
    For example

    If former person write " りんご " the next person will have to start from " ご "
    ( by the way りんご means Apple in English )

    Notice:

    you can't use this word " ん " in the last latter, because there is no word which starts from " ん " in Japanese.

    Do you understand ? Ok let's start !
    Pust' vsegda budesh' ty.
    pust' vsegda budu ya.


    Mina

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    さかな
    Pust' vsegda budesh' ty.
    pust' vsegda budu ya.


    Mina

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    Oh maybe we can't use the real Japanese language here ?
    Pust' vsegda budesh' ty.
    pust' vsegda budu ya.


    Mina

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    It works, but I guess few people know how to type in Kana from English-language PCs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mina
    さかな
    波 = なみ

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    miru
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    miru
    So, next word starting with "ru"?

    ルーブル
    rūburu

    (means "rouble" - Russian currency)
    Anatoli - Анатолий - أناتولي - 阿纳托利 - アナトーリー - 아나톨리

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    流刑 るけい exile, deportation.

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    馬 - うま horse

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    まさか 

    ps. we can "play" like this for a looong time
    pss. uma-it`s like Uma Thurman, from "Kill Bill"?
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    帰り道 かえりみち the way back home.

    you should get 日本語 on your pc. romaji sucks! I am still recovering from romajinitis!

    mini quiz: what's this? don't use dic! hint: 1st Kanji means Sea, the 2nd means Pig, 海豚

    thread like this is great way to learn some words you wouldn't think to look for. Save that you guys use some very simple ones!

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    力 -ちから -power

    hm...sea pig...may be this is dolphin, or walrus?

    can somebody see a canjis in my post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    力 -ちから -power

    hm...sea pig...may be this is dolphin, or walrus?

    can somebody see a canjis in my post?
    I can see them but you probably guessed that already T_T

    One of your guesses is correct. It is a dolphin。いるか 海豚

    as for next word that starts with ら - 楽 らく comfort; ease.

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    クラブ -club
    (надеюсь слова иностранного происхождения тоже можно использовать? )

    ЗЫ: ну я вообщем нуб в 日本語, прочитал пару самоучителей всего, потому и слова простые. Вот если Anatoli примет участие будет посложнее видимо...

    ЗЫЫ: Suzu-ロシア語分かりますですか? 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    クラブ -club
    (надеюсь слова иностранного происхождения тоже можно использовать? )

    ЗЫ: ну я вообщем нуб в 日本語, прочитал пару самоучителей всего, потому и слова простые. Вот если Anatoli примет участие будет посложнее видимо...

    ЗЫЫ: Suzu-ロシア語分かりますですか? 
    え、よく分かります。 С Ростова-на-Дону. Don't really type in cyrillic because I live in NYC atm and have normal keyboard. Typing in cyrillic takes 5x times as long because I have to look at the paper where each letter is supposed to be and since most of everyone can read English.. I choose to use that.
    舞台 ぶたい stage(theatre), scene or setting (in a play, novel etc)

    btw you don't need to add です in that sentence.. just can omit it and leave as 分かりますか

    Oh my board handle is Suzu which means "Bell" 鈴

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    そうですか。。。 I was thinking with "desu" it will be more polite

    いらっしゃいませ -wellcome! (hope i spelled this good )
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    そうですか。。。 I was thinking with "desu" it will be more polite

    いらっしゃいませ -wellcome! (hope i spelled this good )
    ます is same level of politness adding です is actually grammatically incorrect in this case.

    先生 せんせい teacher.

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    いただきます-приятного аппетита (?)
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    酸っぱい - すっぱい - Sour。

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