ke kasai

Postby Zina on Mon Nov 05, 2001 3:44 am

Whoops...my bad. It is all in katakana. Gomen. Zina should not write anything while she's sleepy and hasn't had her morning caffine yet.
But it still should all be written in hiragana. And that is Zina's gripe for the day. I flee into my dark corner now. **flee-age**<P>------------------
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Postby Silverfox_R on Mon Nov 05, 2001 9:08 am

ok....now whats that all mean in english <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif">
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Postby Silverfox_R on Mon Nov 05, 2001 9:19 am

special thanks to Whitespirit <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif"> (he drew it - i colored it) i dont know japanese since i never learnt it but ke kasai means Fur Fire - is this the right spelling <IMG SRC="http://www.keenspace.com/forums/smile.gif"> i might make the kaji into a graphic if so
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Postby Zina on Mon Nov 05, 2001 11:18 am

Ummm....crossing Hiragana and Katakana looks weird. o.O<P>------------------
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Postby Zina on Tue Nov 06, 2001 3:42 am

In the Japanese langauge there are three character alphabits. Katakana, Hiragana and Kanji. Kanji came first and it was adapted from the Chinese letter system. Later on the Japanese decided they wanted their own letter system, so they made hiragana, a simpiler form of kanji and has all the main Japanese vowels 'A I U E O' divided into columms. The Ka, Sa, Ta, Na, Ha, Ma, Ya, Ra, Wa and Nm. Then came Katakana, which is basically the same thing as hiragana, only the characters look different and it is only used for words that weren't originally in the Japanese langauge, aka: Hamburger, America, Ice-cream, Record and so on. The characters above is written in katakana, which is wrong because the 'Ke kasai' is a japanese phrase, therefore it should be written in hirgana. <P>Woo! Japanese 1A right there. Waaay to confusing if you don't know any Japanese...o.O <P>------------------
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Postby KMFDM-LoganJ on Wed Nov 14, 2001 4:55 am

Konnichawa, o-genki desu ka? :
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