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Learn How To Speak Japanese in the Philippines
« on: April 23, 2014, 11:11:53 AM »


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Re: Learn How To Speak Japanese in the Philippines
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2014, 03:47:20 PM »
JAPANESE FOR PINOYS
First lessons from  http://macoy-pinoyjokes.blogspot.com/


Many of these words will allow you to carry on a conversation in Japanese. Please note that these are phonetic equivalents to the written Kanji (alphabet).

Is this your property? Arimoto?
Yes, this is my property. Arikoto.
Is this yours? Sayobato?
This is mine. Sakinitu.
Can I have it? Akinato?
You can have it. Sayonato
Can we have it? Saminato?
 
You haven't washed your face. Mimutamatamo.
You've grown so thin! Kitanabutumo!
We saw each other. Kitakami.
We had a big get-together. Kitakitakami.
Have a drink before you go. Tomakamuna
That was my assumption. Inakarako.

Let's go quickly. Bachi na yota.
We will boycott the election. Kaminoboto.
Under arm odor. Kirikiripawa.
Are you a victim of discrimination? Minamatakaba?
I give up. Sukonako.
OUCH! Haraikupo!
What a sad life it is. Hainaku.
I'm going to leave you. Sawanakosayo.
 
Is this your car? Otomoto?
This is my car. Otokoto.
I'll take this. Kukuninkoto
This is my desk. Itodesko.
Speechless. Wasabe.
I have a lot of things to do. Hironako.
What are your thoughts? Kuru-kuromo?

I am thinking. Munimuniko.
Are you playing the guitar? Gigitaraka?
Is this your underwear? Jakeemoto?
You're crazy! Sirauromo!
You're drooling! Turorawayka!


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Re: Learn How To Speak Japanese in the Philippines
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2014, 02:48:25 AM »
hahaha! polyglot gyod ka, bai hubs. maghusa man ta ani. pero wamanapir yatakitamaki?
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