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Help with translations 2020/4/28 12:35
Hello! I'm Russian student and i'm pretty interested in learning others languages. And now i'm learning Japanese language. I need some help with the next phrases. I know that i could use Google Translator, but i think is better to ask someone from this culture. I'm also can help you with learning Russian language.
- What's the weather?
- I don't want this.
- I'm feeling great.
- What's the time?
- How are you?
- Let's go outside.
- What do you think?
- Could you help me, please?
- I don't want tot alk about it.
- It is beautiful!
- You look great!
- Let's not make any argue.
- Let's just peacefully talk.
- Sorry to bother you.
- Never mind, it is okay.
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Re: Help with translations 2020/4/29 09:07
Are you a woman or a man, are you talking to a very close friend, or someone senior like your teacher/superior at your work, what kind of scenarios are you assuming? All these need to be taken into consideration if you want precise phrases in Japanese.

If you want general, all-purpose visitor phrases, please refer to travelerfs phrasebooks and materials generally available.
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Re: Help with translations 2020/4/29 10:34
At the risk of sounding rude, if you're "learning Japanese language" but can't figure out how to say "What's the weather," "I don't want this," or "I'm feeling great," then you probably need to change your study methods. Those are all extremely simple in terms of grammar and vocabulary, and show up as complete phrases in just about every single introductory textbook or class, so I'd recommend buying/joining one.

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Re: Help with translations 2020/4/29 12:48
Alright, thanks for your advises and for new knowledge. Can you advise me some more sources to learn this language even deeper?
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Re: Help with translations 2020/4/29 12:57
Honestly, the kind of phrases you're looking to translate should be covered in just about any introductory class or textbook. Personally I like the Genki textbook series, but again, pretty much any text should cover the kind of grammar and vocabulary in the phrases you specified.
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