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Let's play Shiritori!

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見る(みる)miru

See, look (present-tense)

Someday, someday.. I will make it happen!  (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

#61 Posted by Samantha over 7 years ago
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留守  

 

るす

Absence, being away from home

(this word were found from denshi-jisho online japanese dictionary, sadly i can't find another way than copy paste about the kanji)

#62 Posted by alundric over 7 years ago
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Australia
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すばらしい   (subarashii)

Marvellous, wonderful, splendid, magnificent...

o_o Multi-tasking word...? XD

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Edit:  On typing in Japanese, you can usually do this by adjusting the Language settings on your computer, or download free software like IME for Windows. For Mac OS X, I don't think any additional software is necessary.

I followed this tutorial:

http://www.tofugu.com/guides/type-japanese-apple-os-x/

Or download IME for Windows, for free, from here:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=22917

Just google around for help, as there's a lot of useful info out there. Once you've enabled Japanese typing on your computer, I think it works when you type in the Romanji for the word you want and the computer then converts it to Hiragana (or Katakana) for you.  To change it into Kanji, press the down arrow key to show the list of Kanji options. Hit 'enter' to select it, then 'enter' again to move onto your next word.

So, you would type in Rusu => るす => 留守 Is that what you wanted? :3

If it's a good Japanese keyboard software, it should have all the important Kanji. Apparently, typing in Romanji is more common practice for Japanese people than straight Hiragana typing... but I got this info from the internet, so yeah... >.< It does get a bit troublesome switching between English and Hiragana all the time, though... ah wells~~ Hopefully this keyboard thing works for you!

Someday, someday.. I will make it happen!  (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

#63 Posted by Samantha over 7 years ago
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苺 「いちご」ichigo

strawberries, yum!

#64 Posted by flint over 7 years ago
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Australia
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お帰り(okaeri)

Welcome back! (in response to Tadaima ただいま - I'm back/home!)

(It's also the name of one of Ayaka Hirahara's songs... :3 I love it~)

Someday, someday.. I will make it happen!  (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

#65 Posted by Samantha over 7 years ago
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Oops I just broke the rules... >.<" Supposed to start with ご

So here goes:

牛蒡   (ごぼう)

Gobou

Gobo root. A very long, straight & slender root, used as a Japanese appetiser or sitr fried as kinpira.

Someday, someday.. I will make it happen!  (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

#66 Posted by Samantha over 7 years ago
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^ I love Okaeri!!! but actually Ayaka Hirahara is a different singer to the ayaka who sings okaeri (she just goes by the name ayaka)

うそつき usotsuki

Liar (and also a song name from one of my other favourite singers, Aya Ueto)

 

 

#67 Posted by flint over 7 years ago
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金曜日(きんょうび)Kinyoubi

Friday ~ that's today! ^_^

(I didn't know that about Ayaka... thanks!)

 

Someday, someday.. I will make it happen!  (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

#68 Posted by Samantha over 7 years ago
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びっくり bikkuri

a big surprise, (or to be surprised if you add suru)

#69 Posted by flint over 7 years ago
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栗鼠(りす)risu

Squirrel

Someday, someday.. I will make it happen!  (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

#70 Posted by Samantha over 7 years ago

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