35 comments on “what is snow doing right now?

  1. A____A
    |・ㅅ・ |
    |っ c|
    |  T  |
    |  h  |
    |  a  |
    |  n  |
    |  k  |
    |  s  |
    |NEPU!|
    U ̄ ̄U
    Also self studying here and Kanji is really evil…. so hard to memorize… (´;Д;`)

        • I use books.. I got some reference book here. if you want, we can learn together, maybe I’ll make special post about learning Japanese lol.. since I already have some special class about writing stories hahaha.. therefore we can learn together.. by email works too if you really want ^^

            • in these 10 minutes I only managed to translate the title only and in the first sentence I can only translate 1/3rd of it hahaha… guess I still have a long way to go but sure you are welcomed to join me hahaha

            • I feel kind of dumb.. even when I managed to read it, I don’t know the meaning

              によって,
              に= ni
              よ=yo
              っ=tsu
              て=te
              that is all hiragana and when read together, what is the meaning lol?
              using google translate it turn out to be a simple proposition meaning ‘by’, ‘due to’,’because of’,’at’…
              I guess after learning how to read, grammar, and vocab… what a long road my friend.. I hope I don’t give up in the middle ahahaha…

  2. After understand the basic hiragana, katakana, and kanji, you can practice your knowledge by reading RAW eroge/VN. The audio and the text will be helpful + always have a jap dictionary by your side while reading it. :>

  3. 我 This is watashi in chinese
    喜欢 This is sukii in chinese
    您 This is anata in chinese
    下雪 This is snowfallsdown in chinese
    先生 This is san/sama/dono (honorifics) in chinese

    我喜欢您, 下雪先生。。。

    O hail our translator, snow-kun, and be grateful towards him!

  4. Well my route to reading japanese is like that too
    first learn hiragana and katakana, then some grammar from tae kim’s guide really help
    Then learn kanji from RTK, after that is just a road of learning more vocabulary and grammar
    That によって is a grammar so naturally even if you can read it, it doesn’t mean you can understand it
    This link has a lot of grammar, may be it can help you somewhat 😀
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TFhbRmh9ZZKeNf6VjvAGtX1hAdoc5rzoFxrCV5ijToI/pub?embedded=true

    btw do you have a facebook account or something ? if you don’t mind I want to study japanese and practicing translating together 😀

  5. Yeah, I know that pain dude..
    I’ve tried learning hiragana and katakana before, but no to kanji, kanji is so hard to understand..
    The best way to learn is to write them down rather than just read them out..
    And I think that katakana is used for any word taken from other than japanese or the name of people, while hiragana is used for the word from japanese itself, that’s why i found it weird to read some of those examples..
    Let me join you if you ever make japanese learning group.. xD
    and as always, thanks for the translation..

  6. Yeah I know that pain bro..
    I’ve tried to learn hiragana and katakana before, but no to kanji, because kanji is so hard to understand..
    And I think that, katakana is mostly used for the foreign words and the name of people, while hiragana is mostly used for the words from japan itself, that’s why I found it weird to read some of those examples..
    Let me join in if you ever make japanese learning group.. xD
    And as always, thanks for your translation..

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