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5th-Oct-2003 07:53 pm
apples
Jesus! (Should I say Budha! or something? LoL)
I was forgetting to get the ticket for that Chicago philharmonic/Sylvie Guillem for "Bolero" at Tokyo!!
Can't believe...*shocked*

I'd go Pia and buy another venue's....sigh. No orchestra there, may be.
What I afraid most is the audiences. It is the reason I go to Tokyo all the way.
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5th-Oct-2003 06:29 am (UTC) - Yesterday`s Dinner
Anonymous
1.Plane omelet
2.miso soup
3.saury simmer
魚を捌くってclean fish でいいのかな?(by goo)

but,today`s dinner…
1.miso soup
2.rice with egg かな?(卵とごはん?)卵かけご飯は英語だと?
it is like a breakfast menu…

クラシックの趣味があるとは知らなかった。なんかバレエと共演?とかいう
凄いやつみたいだね。チケットはヤフオクでいくつかでてるみたいです。
一度チェックしてみたら良いのでは。

5th-Oct-2003 08:16 am (UTC) - Re: Yesterday`s Dinner
sauryは何? 煮物みたいだけど。

卵かけご飯は、固有名詞はないから、それでいいんじゃない?

クラシックというより、バレエ。のいいのが来た時に観るだけ....。
ヤフオクは値段が怖いなぁ。覗いてみまっす。
6th-Oct-2003 06:50 am (UTC) - Saury 
Anonymous
Saury called "秋刀魚”in Japan
初めて三枚おろし、をしてみたのだ。秋刀魚の蒲焼丼のはずが、なんか
煮付けになってしまった。まあ、美味いから良し:)

7th-Oct-2003 03:41 am (UTC) - Re: Saury
なるほど。さんかばは美味しいよねぇ。
刺身でも美味しいし、やっぱり秋刀魚はいいねぇ。

ていうか塩付の辺に、何か、焼き鳥屋が出来てて気になるから
お給料後にでも付き合ってよ。
7th-Oct-2003 06:53 am (UTC) - さんかば・・・
Anonymous
「メルカバ」というのもある。イスラエルの戦車の名前である:)
ってのはどうでも良く。

Don't refuse invitation of a woman.
If it is a beauty, it is still more so.
I want to eat yakitori together with you.

Exciteの翻訳で作って見た。コレであってるのかなあ・・。
英語は、できた英文を見ると、なるほど、と思う。そういえばそんな言い回し
があるなあ、と思うね。が、ゼロから作ることはできないんだよなあ。
やっぱり、こういった構文を色々頭に入れておかないと駄目なのかな・・

ぜんぜん関係ないが、コレ知ってます?
http://www.sensenfukoku.net/invite/name.html
9th-Oct-2003 08:08 am (UTC) - Re: さんかば・・・
うむうむ、礼儀を心得ておる。よしよし。
まぁ、また連絡しあいましょう。

Exciteのよくないところは、主語を "It" にしがちなところかな。

イシハラシンタロウは私にとってはゴキブリと同じ。=触れたくもない
14th-Oct-2003 03:50 pm (UTC)
Yo, found your lj through english. Got English questions? Ping me :)

... and all this Japanese writing here looks incredibly beautiful, but alas, I understand none of it ;( I love languages, myself. Besides English, I also speak French, Spanish, and Hebrew. I haven't been to Tokyo yet, but I love Japanese food. Sushi's the shit (a bit of American slang for you, there; have fun with it).
20th-Oct-2003 11:40 am (UTC)
Hello! :) I'm so sorry I'm late for reply.

And thank you for your offer! I think I will ask you many questions. ;)
Seems you are a multilingual(first question: Do you use this word? I've learned this before, but I'm not sure it's popular or not.)... I wish I could.

>Japanese writing here looks incredibly beautiful
Thank you, but they are just a casual talk... about food. ;)
And, what does this "shit" mean, in this case? I have learned(?) some of slang from songs of GN'R or others, but... you see, I can't tell the meanings correctly.

Again, thank you for the comment!
20th-Oct-2003 12:43 pm (UTC)
Found your other comment at english about friending: you don't have to ask me if you can add me, so just go ahead ;)

As to your questions: multilingual's an adjective, not a noun (i.e. multilingual describes a person, but the person himself isn't a 'multilingual'. That would be a multilingualist). So you'd say I'm multilingual :) And yes, it's commonly used.

Japanese writing still looks pretty to me, anyway :) I love manga (translated, natch); one of my faves is Blade of the Immortal by Hiroaki Samura. The artwork's breathtaking.

Shit has many, many meanings. If you call someone a shithead, that's a big insult. So is saying their food or clothes or car are shitty (i.e. not good, bad-tasting, look dumb, old-fashioned ... it basically means not cool). This, too, is an insult. However, a fairly new slang meaning for 'shit' has come into meaning, as in 'the shit' (i.e. wow, you're new car's the shit, man!). It's important to include 'the' before the 'shit' part, because 'your car's shit' has an entirely different meaning (i.e. your car is a piece of junk). It's a very subtle difference and can be a very vulgar part of language, so I wouldn't worry about using it for a while.

Needless to say, you'd only use something like this with other young people and not around your grandparents or employer ;)

A better term to use would be 'cool'. Much more frequently used in the US (I don't know if people use 'the shit' like this in the South), and definitely appropriate to use around your grandparents.
26th-Oct-2003 09:36 am (UTC)
I'm sorry I'm late again.

>So you'd say I'm multilingual
>it's commonly used.
Thank you so much! I was wondering about it for ages. :D

Thank you for the usage for "shit", too.
I try not to use it(especially around my employer :)), however, since I didn't know about "the shit" at all, it will be really helpful! Thank you again. Yes, Sushi is the shit!

And....
Blade of the Immortal?! It's one of the most favorites of mine, too!!!
His works are unbelievably brilliant... Plus, I'm totally knocked out by that wonderful mixture of correct historical investigations and the originality for Edo era. I can nothing but sigh. It's good to see another fan!
26th-Oct-2003 03:08 pm (UTC)
Glad to be of service :) I know that a foreign tongue's slang is one of the most difficult, but extremely important to learn. For example, nobody (in America, anyway) says "Do you have a pen?" unless the occasion's formal or the person to whom you speak is a stranger. Most of the times it's "Got a pen?" "Gimme a pen" "Fork over a pen", ect. And in case you didn't notice before, instead of "favorite" you can say "fave" (i.e. That manga's one of my faves!) :)

Omg, Samura's a god!! It's one of the few mangas I'm actually impressed by (a lot of manga and anime is crap, I'm sorry to say, though there are a few that continue to stun me). I can't wait for the next volume to come out. It's pretty expensive buying them, but a friend has the series so I read all of them through him :)
9th-Nov-2003 06:09 am (UTC)
I'm late repling...sorry.X(

>extremely important to learn
Yes, I understand. but, what I'm wondering is, if I have a friend whom I don't know well yet, whether I can use those casual phrases or not. I think if I use them partly, it might seem odd...so I didn't use "fave" this time.(thank you, I noticed.:)) Anyway first of all, I have to learn more! :)

>a lot of manga and anime is crap
I agree, especially recent ones. So I don't read much manga recently.
Is it so expensive? It's the same for me... I sometimes buy Heavy Metal Magazine and it costs more than three times, but I have no such friend like you have. :(
15th-Oct-2003 05:18 pm (UTC) - Hi hi~!
Anonymous
Hello!! I was reading your livejournal (I saw you in the english community" thing...) Well, I love reading your journal! ちょうかわいいでしょう! My journal is located at http://www.caleida.com/~kyarostar if you want to see it. Lol. If you ever need help with English, just ask!!! Anytime! ^o^/ 自分で日本語を勉強します! がんばります! (笑) 私の名前はキャロリン です! 分かるかな。。。私の日本語は悪いよね?! 本当にごめん! じゃね!!!

-伽露鈴
(キャロリン)

どこに住んでいますか? 私は Illinois, USA です! マタネ☆
20th-Oct-2003 12:00 pm (UTC) - Re: Hi hi~!
Hello! Thank you for coming! ;) And I'm sorry I'm late for reply...

I've seen your journal and website. They are cute! Do you mind if I add you to my friends list?
I guess I'll ask you a lot of questions. Thank you!! So, please ask me about Japanese instead, anytime. :)
Your Japanese is far much better than my English! Actually, I don't know how terrible mine is. Aw, horrible.

I'm living in Nagoya city, Aichi prefecture, Japan. 日本語で書くと「名古屋市」です。It's located just between Tokyo and Osaka.
じゃ、マタネ☆ (^^)
16th-Oct-2003 08:06 am (UTC) - Japanese? or English?
Anonymous
・・・・I`m Japanese.I live in Japan,Nagoya-city.

I am studying English.

I studied English in school a long time ago. Since it did not use what year,forgets completely.
だから、英語を書くのは私にとって、とても面白い、と思います。
大変だけれど、少しづつ、やって行こうかな、と・・・・。

A dictionary is required for me.

I am sorry to be strange English.

FLAT.
20th-Oct-2003 12:06 pm (UTC) - Re: Japanese? or English?
返信遅くなってごめんね~!
わたしも辞書は手放せません。頑張ってますよ!
しかし添削してくれる人がいないと、自分でもどこが悪いのか全く判らないのツライ。
ま、一緒に頑張りましょ!
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