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Giri Chocolates are given to guys in the same sense; so that no guy would feel left out. The movies are always shown round about that time (or close to it) every year in theatres. That is the direct translation, but "datte ba yo" is a rather rude thing to say in Japanese and shouldn't be used very often.

Another name for "Giri Chocolates," is "Obligation Chocolates." Honmei Chocolates or special gifts are given to a girl's actual romantic interest on St. To prove to the guy that they are really special to the girl, Honmei Chocolates are usually homemade (obvious from the name, right? According to my old paper and stuff, White Day was originally known as Marshmallow Day, as guys would give Marshmallow candies to the girls who gave them chocolates on Valentine's, but I don't think it's all that common now and other things are given outside of that. Whoa, nice stuff SSJ_Jup-san : D And your right, Golden Week is at the end of April, beginning of May. ああ、私は名探偵コナンが大好き!でも、えいがをまだみたことがありません。 Aa, atashi wa meitantei CONAN ga daisuki! The direct translation doesn't sound very rude, but it can also be interpreted to mean something like "because I said so! Naruto uses the phrase all the time because it symbolizes the harsh upbringing he has had and how he was always rude to the villagers because they hated him so much.

But because Kyarorin's nickname is "seirin", she stuck up a nice 'sei' there nonetheless ^^ Sensei was also completely stumped for all of Choi-kun's names: Choi, Jason, and his authentic Korean one ^_^;; (also her weekend homework).

Mine, she was stuck for awhile for the 'ku' but eventually found one :agree: Here it is in text, but I'll scan the real thing in on getsuyoubi: 模 似 空 The first means "role model" the second one is "similar" and the third is "sky" ^_^ I like it, and I actually understand where the pronunciations came from - as oppose that one set of kanji I found on the internet - "孤独"...

Getting right down to it, is it really all that common anymore? I rarely hear anything about it, and it's rarely ever focused on. Funny thing with that is, I had heard about Golden Week in a game (the main character and his friends were outta school then), but I didn't think it was a real thing 'til I came across it in J-1 ^_^;; Golden Week consists of four national holidays, and alongside New Years and Obon, it is one of the three busiest holidays in Japan. Oh, and the only reason I know of Golden Week (well, when it occurs) is due to Detective Conan. Again, I'm not sure if this is right but it sounds good, though ^^;; I've also heard that he actually says "nandatte ba yo", but I've seen like three episodes, so don't start me lying ^_^; (courtesy of Maikeru, though I lost the place where I found it ~~0) Cady_seekool-san, those podcast seems pretty cool :agree: I've only listened to 3 minutes of the first lesson, but it does seem ppretty accurate (aside from the 'watashi wa' roughly meaning 'I am' and 'desu' being the verb 'to be').

Even with the anime/manga I've seen, the only one I've come across where White Day is referenced, is Fruits Basket where Momiji wanted to take Tohru to an onsen as his White Day gift to her. The holidays are: April 29th -- Showa Day May 3rd - Constitution Day May 4th - Between Day/Greenery Day May 5th - Children's Day Because the holidays are so close to each other, a lot of companies are closed the entire week, as well as schools. The movies are always shown round about that time (or close to it) every year in theatres. I'm going to try to listen to the rest when I get back from driving class ^_^Yeah, that does sound about right, where Naruto's concerned.

2)ryoushin wa kankokugo o hanashimasu kedo, boku wa zen zen kankokugo o hanashimasen. " konnichiwa (ha)dosent that mean whats up or somthing[/QUOTE]Yeah, pretty much. " Sounds good, though more of "Please stop it." to me ('cause of the "kudasai" part). I almost forgot that White Day was yesterday :agree: Did anyone celebrate? Your right, using tasukerimasu sounds like the scenario would involve the "rescue" kind of help, or "giving relief", if that makes sense ^^; You can also say "te wo ka****akuremaska? , or something to that effect) When someone says "tasukete" I think it usally means "save me".

If you hear "-ouyo", you will notice the anime characters seem desperate to do something. watashi nani o downlodo ****a ka wakan nai wa...."I don't know what I downloaded.

"watashi sansai gulai no toki kala nihongo o shabe'teta kala oshielu no ga mo-cho'to muzukashi-wa. Ooh, gotcha ^_~ same thing happened with my sensei.

translation: 1)Although I was feeling sick, I went to school. :(Yes, "demo" does mean "but" and I think it'd be used in the same way "so****e" would be used. Just a typical greeting meaning "hello", for the most part. 私はバレンタインデーに私のともだちのお兄さん、レニーにちいさいプレゼントをあげましたから、レニーくん はホワイトデーに私にさるのさいふをくれました。かわいいですねえ。 Atashi wa BARENTAINDEE ni atashi no tomodachi no oniisan, RENII ni chiisai PUREZENTO o agema****a kara, RENII-kun wa HOWAITODEE ni atashi ni saru no saifu o kurema****a. Because I gave my friend's brother, Lenny a small present for V-Day, on White Day Lenny gave me a monkey wallet. If someone says to me "tasukete kudasai" then I would immediately think it's an emergency.

2)Although my parents speak Korean, I don't speak Korean at all. all I know is "kunitchi wa" I think thats how you spell it if not I tried to spell it as closly as I cankonnichiwa (ha). To answer the phone, though, you use "moshi-moshi". Ooh, good one :) Dobbi-san, do you know the root for 'ka****akuremasu'?

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