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Post by Lamarr on 2010-01-17, 08:28

Hello everyone, I started watching Zorori a few days ago and I really enjoyed it, so as soon as I get some money (And a job.) I'll try to donate. I'm from Norway and I'm a 15 year old student who really enjoy the japanese languadge and culture. I hope I can fit into this great comunity without much problems.

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Kaito on 2010-01-18, 12:06

Hi! Nice to meet you!

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Re:New member from Norway

Post by dominiquepucca on 2010-01-18, 14:12

Hi! Wink

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Nick_141292 on 2010-01-18, 18:17

You have a T-bagging avvy from Halo/VGcats.

You are okay in my books.

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Lamarr on 2010-01-21, 10:44

Yay, I feel accepted, and yes, that is the great hero Leo franticly doing cpr XD

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by KMcVay on 2010-01-21, 18:33

Hello there Lamarr. I'm new too and it's nice to meet you! I love the Japanese culture as well, but I unfortunately don't know the language...Anyway, it feels as if these forums are becoming more active. Ah, that's a good sign. Very Happy

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Lamarr on 2010-01-22, 04:17

That's a good sign indeed. Japanese is really hard but I think I can make it after some good time XD Hopefully.

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Axelfar on 2010-01-22, 09:14

Just wait till Okojo goes up Smile

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Lamarr on 2010-01-22, 18:44

What's Okojo? And I also have russian to learn aswell O.o So I'm really packed. And to add up to everything, I'm lazy XD

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Kaito on 2010-01-22, 18:46

"Shiawase Apartment's Okojo-san" is the other anime, along with Zenryouk Usagi, Zorori Project is subbing.

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by KMcVay on 2010-01-22, 23:30

The only language I understand is English along with bits of Spanish and Tagalog. Maybe I should take a Japanese class? It sounds fun but intimidating at the same time. Neutral I never knew that Zorori Project is subbing Okojo-san. Hm, it sounds interesting. I'm looking forward to it.

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Lamarr on 2010-01-23, 09:11

I know english and norwegian and minor bits of latin as I am a man of science. Japanese won't be that hard if you just try... and try... and try ^^" Well, only way to know is if you do try. My parents say I'm very open to languadge so I can learn it quick they say O.o Hope it's true.

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Axelfar on 2010-01-23, 10:32

Lamarr wrote:I know english and norwegian and minor bits of latin as I am a man of science. Japanese won't be that hard if you just try... and try... and try ^^" Well, only way to know is if you do try. My parents say I'm very open to languadge so I can learn it quick they say O.o Hope it's true.

English is my first language and french is my second, knowing two languages has been really helpful in picking up Japanese as well. Just don't show me a Japanese book unless it's an audio book or I'll have no clue what they're saying heheh

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Lamarr on 2010-01-23, 10:35

Norwegian is my native tounge (Obviously) and english is mostly learned by myself even though I have it in school to, I tried learning french but it was to boring and I found no use of it. Logic would tell that I should know spanish aswell, but I don't even though I am there alot and have been two months at school there.

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Re: New member from Norway

Post by Tbohn on 2010-02-18, 22:40

Lamarr wrote:Japanese won't be that hard if you just try... and try... and try ^^" Well, only way to know is if you do try.

It's true that "try try try" is the best way to learn Japanese. I'm a Japanese major in college, and I have to say that learning 3 entirely different alphabets is a real task, but it is well worth your time. Go for it. I recommend the "Genki" series.

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