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Japanese Palinites or language students? by rick694uk on 30 September 2004 11:45pm
 
Sumimasen!

Gomen kudasai! Watashi wa Rick des. Dozo yorishiko.

Watashi wa Nihongo ga sukoshi wakarimasu.

Hope to hear from Japanese Palinites!

Rick
 
Re: Japanese Palinites or language students? by tetsujin on 1 October 2004 6:16am
 
yo what's up Rick

 
Re: Japanese Palinites or language students? by rick694uk on 1 October 2004 10:58am
 
Hi tetsujin,

Great to hear from you! Sorry for my poor Japanese. I've been there six times, but never really learned your language - I had kind friends over there! I'm afraid my language skills are based on watching Soko Ga Shiritai, Next Stop Discovery and endless reruns of Lost In Translation!

I've been as far north as Sendai and as far south as Miyajima, but once I improve my language skills I want to travel further in Japan. My next visit will probably be in April, to see the sakura.

Have you travelled outside Japan? Where do you live? Please tell us more about yourself.

Rick
 
JET scheme by al22 on 15 October 2004 5:06pm
 
hello people,

has anyone done the JET scheme and can they tell me what it was like? I've been over to Japan for a study trip and would love to go back and at this rate the Jet programme might be my only chance!
 
Re: by Yui on 16 October 2004 9:51pm
 
hello Rick

Please enjoy the travel in Japan.
Since the period in sakura is very short, I think that it will become a very precious experience.
(sorry for my poor English)

Yumi
 
Re: Japanese Palinites or language students? by rick694uk on 16 October 2004 11:05pm
 
Hi Yumi,

Thanks for your good wishes. Demo anata wa Eigo ga jozu desu ne!

(I know that's not exactly right, but you hopefully understand me!)

Rick
 
Re: Japanese Palinites or language students? by Yui on 17 October 2004 10:24pm
 
hello Rick

Anata no Nihongo wa watashi no Engsh yori jozu desu.
Watashi wa Knagawa ken ni sundeimasu.
(Do you know where Knagawa Prefecture is?)
Anata wa dokoni sundeirundesuka?
(Incidentally,I have been to Britain 3 times.)

Yumi
 
Re: Japanese Palinites or language students? by rick694uk on 18 October 2004 2:13pm
 
Hi Yumi,

Watashi wa sundeiru Nottingham desu.
Watashi wa homon: Kamakura, Yokohama, Fuji-san, Hakone desu. Soshite watashi wa taizai shimasuru Itabashi-ku, Tokyo desu.
(Oooo, this is testing my poor Japanese!)
Where did you visit in Britain?

Rick
 
Re: Japanese Palinites or language students? by Yui on 25 October 2004 5:03pm
 
Hi Rick

Oo,Kamakura ni itta n desuka.
Watashi mo Kamakura ha dai suki na basyo desu.

I visited London only.
If I get the chance to visit England again,
I want to go to South England or Scotland.

Yumi
 
Re: Japanese Palinites or language students? by Lafcadio on 6 December 2004 10:45am
 
僕は日本に住んでいるがもっと国内旅行したいです。今度北海道か沖縄に行きたいです。
 
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