|Posted on Sunday, 28 January, 2007 - 03:03 pm: |
My wife and I know a few other Japanese speakers in and around Forest Hill and we get together with them every so often. Anata mo nihongo wo shyabettara and you're interested in meeting, please email me: email@example.com.
|Posted on Sunday, 28 January, 2007 - 07:50 pm: |
I studied Japanese at University and have worked in Japan near Takamatsu but my Japanese is very very rusty.
|Posted on Monday, 29 January, 2007 - 07:40 am: |
Hajimemashite Ghis. I lived a few hours along the coast in Matsuyama (Ehime) for two years. My wife, who's from the Tokyo area, makes fun of my inaka Japanese when I say 'onaka futotta' instead of 'onaka ippai'. I lived in Tokyo for three years too until we moved to the UK about four years ago. Would rather not give away too much in the forum, though, so send me an email, eh? Jya ne.
|Posted on Tuesday, 30 January, 2007 - 12:58 pm: |
Does your wife wear black MBT shoes? Is yes, then I spoke to her on the train last night. (I am an MBT shoes wearer too).
|Posted on Tuesday, 30 January, 2007 - 01:56 pm: |
I am also a Japanese speaker, and will be leaving just up the road from Feb 16th.
|Posted on Wednesday, 31 January, 2007 - 09:04 pm: |
No, it's wasn't her. Dare darou?
PS. My Japanese isn't that rusty, but it's still a bit maa-maa and chutohanpa because I was not a very majime learner. Intermediate, maybe.
|Posted on Friday, 02 February, 2007 - 06:31 pm: |
minasama hajimemashite, watashi wa kingukongu desu. Looking forwrd to speaking more Japanese soon.
|Posted on Monday, 05 February, 2007 - 01:22 pm: |
Anyone for sushi?
|Posted on Saturday, 14 April, 2007 - 12:43 am: |
Hikoushi shita, Kingkong? Forest Hill e youkoso. Doushite nihongo ga shiteimasuka?
Dotcom-san mo nihogo wo shyaberu?