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Blaveloper

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Blaveloper last won the day on May 8 2017

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About Blaveloper

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    Language Buff
  • Birthday 12/07/1991

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  • Currently studying
    漢字, Русский
  • Native tongue
    Polski, Nederlands
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    Polski, Nederlands, English, 日本語, Deutsch (semi-fluent)

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  1. Good evening, I think your account just got banned for being a spambot. Have a nice day.
  2. Not a native here, but I know what it says: I believe/trust nothing. The "I" part can be anything else too (you, he, she, it, etc.), due to the lack of subject (nothing to worry about, it's a natural thing to do in Japanese). 誰 = who, but 誰も = nobody. 信じる = to believe or to trust, and some more. Adding the な particle turns the verb into a negative form, although it's casual as fuck (more info).
  3. Did you make it, or do you recommend somebody elses' creation here? Hard to tell.
  4. こんいちは is wrong, it's こんにちは. This is a common mistake made by beginners, since you would write 2 N's in romaji, but if you press the N key twice while writing hiragana, it'll turn into ん, so you'll need to press that key trice, followed by the I key. 有難うございます by itself is not incorrect, but the Kanji form is hardly ever used. Instead, ありがとうございます is the way to go. As for the sentence, it's quite unclear. I can see they talk about carrots and beards, and the fact it has a grammatical structure of "if you ..., then ...". But that's all I know about it. Reading Japanese without Kanji AND without context can be quite a challenge though.
  5. Wow, long time no see, Wanda! Where have you been?
  6. It seems like I'm stuck at the loading screen, is that normal? My browser is Chromium 58.0.3029.81 (64-bit).
  7. Be warned, because this means "farewell" more than "see you later". And welcome.
  8. @Fastlearner This forum section is for people who want to find people who can speak their target language, not for people who can't.
  9. 日本学科の二年生です。(I'm a second year student of the Japanese course.) → 2年間、日本語を勉強しています。 (I've been studying Japanese for 2 years.) これはリンクです (This is a link) → リンクは (The link is) I'm not a native speaker myself, but I've been learning Japanese since 2008 myself. Am I eligible too? :3 掲示板へようこそ。 もう宜しくお願いいただきました。 そうして、難しになったら、申し訳ありませんでした。
  10. Hello, please make a new topic next time.
  11. I don't think it's really anxiety, everyone who starts learning a language got nervous at first. Just go for it, you'll get over it sooner than you will think. When you choose your language teacher, you may want to stick with the same person. It's much easier to grow accustomed to one person, than it is to a whole team of people.
  12. I think they're as similar to each other as a car and a carpet are.
  13. I speak multiple languages myself. It's actually extremely unlikely you'll ever find a monolingual person in the Netherlands.
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