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Liljay posted a topic in Translations (Theory & Practice)Hello everyone! I’ve been writing a story that takes place in Japan, the main character is called “Mira” which means “stubborn” and her grandma is called “Hanako” which means “flower child” (please correct me if I’m wrong in any way). I’ve been struggling with the honorifics I should use. I think I’ve figured out that the grandma should call her granddaughter “Mira-chan” but I still can’t figure out how the girl should call her grandma. Is it “ōbasan”? Only “Bā”? “Hanako Bā”? I’d like the name “ Hanako” to be present when the girl is calling her grandma, is it possible without being too formal? Thank you!!
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Hey guys Haven't been posting much lately! Been super busy making a Comprehensive Japanese Hiragana & Katakana course! Just launched it recently and already have over 1000 students from all over the world (78 different countries! sorry it's really exciting for me! :D)! So I wanted to invite people from my favorite linguistics forum as well! Together with my friend (native speaker), we've made a full blown course with about 5 hours of content, teaching both Hiragana and Katakana and some Kanji as well! You'll be getting the exact instructions on how to write the characters PLUS practice sheets you can print out and use for your practice (Riko-chan, the native speaker prepared those, she used to do calligraphy so they came out really well!) Also over 300 vocab building words are included so you can practice the characters in context! When I was doing research for this course I encountered some really interesting stuff about how Hiragana and Katakana came to be, stuff you won't find in textbooks! I made a video about it: http://www.richardheiney.com/digging-out-the-dirt-the-secret-history-of-japanese-writing/ You'll find more info about the course there, as well as a discount coupon ! Please note that the coupons are limited so don't wait around if you're interested! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out! Richard
Hey there! I've put together a free video (PDF and MP3 are included) on top 10 must-know phrases for traveling in Japan. >> http://www.richardheiney.com Some cultural insights you won't find in textbooks are included. To help you with the pronunciation I have a native speaker to help out! This is for either beginners or people who know 0 Japanese. Would love your feedback! I only aim to improve and produce more and more quality stuff! >> http://www.richardheiney.com Thanks! Richard