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snorl4x

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Japanese help me please!

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  1. snorl4x
    • one year ago
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    Can you translate this to Japanese: I pick up the newspaper every day. The newspaper usually on the door, but sometimes it is in the bushes. I pick up the newspaper since it is a chore. I pick up the newspaper before I go to school. I wash the dishes every Tuesday and Wednesday. My sister helps me wash the dishes too. I wash the dishes right after dinner. I wash the dishes so that they are clean, and we can eat on them the next day. I set the table before dinner. I usually set the table around six o’ clock. My mom helps, me and my sister set the table. I set the tables on Monday and Friday. I clean my cats litter box after school. I clean my cats litter box after school, because if it is not clean my cat will not use it. I and my sisters play with the cat when we come home after school. I usually give my cat a bath on Saturday. I give my cat a bath so it is not too dirty or has fleas. In the morning before school, I get ready so I can be ahead of schedule. I usually take a shower and brush my teeth first. Every day I make sure I have everything like my books. When I get ready for school my sister is usually awake too. Every day I call my grandma to check on her. I call my grandma after school, or when I have time. On Friday I usually go to her house. Sometimes my whole family comes over to her house to celebrate something or just to check up on her. Every day I ride my bike. I ride my bike to go to places. Some of these places include a park or just to a friend’s house. Sometimes I ride my bike to drop my little sister off at her friend’s house. I use the internet every day. Sometimes I chat with my friends using the internet. When I use the internet I do multiple things. Sometimes I just play around and watch videos. I use the internet at my home. Sometimes I use the internet at other places too. I use the computer almost every day. I usually share my computer with my sisters. We do things on the computer for school. I only use my computer when my parents allow me too. Sometimes my mom or dad needs to use the computer. I play my Clarinet every day. I play my Clarinet every day for practice. My sister sometimes plays her violin along with me. I play my Clarinet in my bedroom.

  2. snorl4x
    • one year ago
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    @Opcode @bahrom7893 @Zale101 Help me please.

  3. Opcode
    • one year ago
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    Woah! That is a long list to translate O_O.

  4. Opcode
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    Watashi wa mainichi, shinbun o hirou. I pick up the newspaper every day.

  5. Opcode
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    The newspaper usually on the door, but sometimes it is in the bushes. Tsūjō wa doa ni shinbun ga, tokiniha sore ha shigemi ni ari masu.

  6. Opcode
    • one year ago
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    I pick up the newspaper since it is a chore. Sore ga watashi no zatuyou nanode, watashi wa shinbun o hirou. (Not 100% sure, sorry.)

  7. Opcode
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    I'm too lazy to do the rest, I'll try to help you later :-).

  8. snorl4x
    • one year ago
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    ok

  9. Opcode
    • one year ago
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    Okay, I've finally installed Japanese in my machine. Anyway here: I pick up the newspaper every day. わたし は まいにち、しんぶん お ひろう。 The newspaper usually on the door, but sometimes it is in the bushes. つじょ わどあにしんぶんが、ときにはそれはしげみにあります。 I pick up the newspaper since it is a chore. それがわたしのざつようなので、わたしはしんぶんをひろう。 I pick up the newspaper before I go to school. わたしはがっこにいくまえにしんぶんをひろう。 I wash the dishes every Tuesday and Wednesday. わたし わ まいしゅ かよび と すいよび に さら を あらう。 My sister helps me wash the dishes too. わたし の いもと わ わたし が さら お あらう の お とても よく てtうだって くれます。 I wash the dishes right after dinner. わたし わ ゆしょく の tよくご に しょっき お あらう。 I wash the dishes so that they are clean, and we can eat on them the next day. それら が きれい に なる よ に わたし は さら お あらう, そう する と われわれ わ よくじつ, それら に りょうり を のせて たべる こと が できます。 I set the table before dinner. わたし わ ゆしょく の まえ に てぶる の したく を します。 I usually set the table around six o’ clock. わたし わ つじょ 6 じ まわり の てぶる お せってい します。 My mom helps, me and my sister set the table. わたしのはは わ わたし と わたし の いもと が てぶる お せってい する の に てつだいます。 I set the tables on Monday and Friday. わたし わ, げつよび と きにょび に てぶる お せってい します。 I clean my cats litter box after school. わたし わ がっこ の あとで わたし の ねこ の といれ ぼっくす お せいそ します。 I clean my cats litter box after school, because if it is not clean my cat will not use it. それ わ わたし の ねこ は それ が きれい に さ-れて いない ばあい わ それ お しよ する こと わ ありません ので, わたし わ, ほうかご に わたし の ねこ の といれ ぼっくす お せいそ します。 I and my sisters play with the cat when we come home after school. わたし-たtい わ ほかご に きたく して, わたし と わたし の しまい わ ねこ と あそぶ。 I usually give my cat a bath on Saturday. わたし わ つじょ どようび に わたし の ねこ を どよび に お-ふろ に いれて あげます。 I give my cat a bath so it is not too dirty or has fleas. あまりに も よごれて いない か, のみ お もって いない ように, わたし わ わたし の ねこ を おふろ に いれて あげます。 In the morning before school, I get ready so I can be ahead of schedule. がっこ の まえ の あさ に, わたし わ じゅんび が できて えるので, わたし わ まえだおし する こと が できます。 I usually take a shower and brush my teeth first. ふだん わ しゃわ お あびる と, さいしょ に わたし の はを みがく。 Every day I make sure I have everything like my books. まいにち, わたし わ わたし の ほん や がくようひん すべて お もって いる こと お かくにんします。 When I get ready for school my sister is usually awake too. わたし わ がっこ の じゅんび お する とき に わたし の あね が つじょ おきて いる。 Every day I call my grandma to check on her. まいにち, わたし わ かのじょ お cへっく する ため に わたし の おばちゃん お よびだします。 I call my grandma after school, or when I have time. わたし わ がっこ の のち に わたし の おばちゃん お よびだす ばあい, またわ わたし わ じかん が ある。 On Friday I usually go to her house. きにょび に わたし わ つじょ かのじょ の いえ に いく。 Sometimes my whole family comes over to her house to celebrate something or just to check up on her. ときには, わたしのかぞく ぜにん が かのじょ の cへっく する だけ で なにか お いわう ため に かのじょ の いえ に やってくる。 Every day I ride my bike. まいにち, わたし わ じぶん の じてんしゃに のる。 I ride my bike to go to places. わたし わ ばしょ に いく ため に わたし の じてんしゃに のる。 Some of these places include a park or just to a friend’s house. これら の ばしょ の いくつ か わ, こえん や ただ の ともだち の いえ に ふくまれて います。 Sometimes I ride my bike to drop my little sister off at her friend’s house. ときどき わたし わ かのじょ の ゆじん の いえ まで いもと お のせていく ため に わたし の ばいく に のる。 I use the internet every day. わたし わ まいにち いんたねっと お して います。 Sometimes I chat with my friends using the internet. ときどき わたし わ いんたねっと お して わたしのともだち と ちゃっと する。 When I use the internet I do multiple things. わたし が いんたねっと お する とき, わたし わ ふくす お おこなう。 Sometimes I just play around and watch videos. ときにわ, わたし わ ちょど あそんで びでお お みる。 I use the internet at my home. わたし わ じたく で いんたねっと お して います。 Sometimes I use the internet at other places too. ときどき わたし わ, ほか の ばしょ で いんたねっと お しよ して います。 I use the computer almost every day. わたし わ ほぼ まいにち こんぴゅた お しよ して います。 I usually share my computer with my sisters. わたし わ つじょ わたし の しまい と わたし の こんぴゅた お きょゆ して います。 We do things on the computer for school. わたしたちは, がっこ の ため に こんぴゅた-しつ で ものごと お おこなう。 I only use my computer when my parents allow me too. わたし の りょしん も わたし が ゆるす とき, わたし わ わたし の こんぴゅた お しよ して います。 Sometimes my mom or dad needs to use the computer. ときには, わたし の おかさん や おとさん も, こんぴゅた お しよ する ひつよ が あります。 I play my Clarinet every day. わたし わ まいにち わたし の くらりねっと お えんそ する。 I play my Clarinet every day for practice. わたし わ まいにち くらりねっと お れんしゅ する。 My sister sometimes plays her violin along with me. わたし の いもと わ ときどき わたしと いっしょに かのじょ の ばいおりん お えんそ する。 I play my Clarinet in my bedroom. わたし わ じぶん の しんしつ でも わたし の くらりねっと お えんそ する。 Haha, it took a long time. Anyway I hope you enjoy it.

  10. Opcode
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    I've also attached the above into a .pdf file and .docx file. Just in case your browser doesn't support Japanese.

  11. Vincent-Lyon.Fr
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    Careful: "wa" in watashi-wa is pronounced "wa", but its hiragana spelling is は playing a wind instrument is ふきます (to blow) playing a string instrument is ひきます

  12. snorl4x
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    @Vincent-Lyon.Fr what do you mean?

  13. snorl4x
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    i mean like could you use it in a sentence? please

  14. InYourHead
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    Here's a sentence using the verb "fukimasu." And I'll break up the sentence for you, so you can see all the parts that make it. わたしは フルート を ふきます。 Watashi wa furuto wo fukimasu. It means "I play the flute." Whenever we're talking about playing wind instruments, we have to use the verb "fukimasu." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here's another sentence: わたしは バイオリン を ひきます Watashi wa baiorin (violin) wo hikimasu. It means "I play the violin." Here, we used a different verb to say that we play the violin. We used "hikimasu." The verb "hikimasu" is used when we talk about playing string instruments. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ So here's the main point of it all: There are 2 different japanese verbs that can mean "to play." "Fukimasu" and "hikimasu." It all depends on the instrument. "Fukimasu" is used for wind instruments. Ones that we have to blow. "Hikimasu" is used for string instruments. Like the violin, from my example.

  15. snorl4x
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    thanks all!!!!!

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