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Nalfeshnee

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About Nalfeshnee

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  • Birthday 05/26/1989

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  1. There was quite a line last year, if I remember correctly.
  2. The immersion factor must help a ton. I plan on doing a study abroad at some point. The economy certainly is not helping much. 「コンピューターを使えます」ですか?「コンピューターが使えます」ですか?
  3. Thank you very much for all the advice! Also, I found the channel #nihongo on freenode is a very good resource to use. There are a few 日本人 who are very helpful. You can also find a lot of other non-native speakers that have traveled or are currently staying in Japan there too. Again, どうもありがとうございますBlinkerさん!
  4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_J-pop_artists
  5. はじめまして。僕はジョッシュです。どうぞよろしく。 あのう。。僕はぶんぽがだいきらいです。 じゃまた。 I was going for something Like.. I'm Josh, nice to meet you. I hate grammar. See ya. thoughts or comments?
  6. I just moved from upstate NY to Arizona. Needless to say, I will not be buying much of anything this year after travel expenses:P
  7. The Irritating White Japanophile. No doubt about it.
  8. Is there an expression in Japanese that is equivalent to 'bless you' (sneezing sense)?
  9. I am a personal believer that learning by trial and error is, while not efficient, eventually successful. We all have professionals we can seek advice from, but with lack of immersion it is difficult to matriculate yourself in 100% correctness. That being said, as long as you take things step by step and cross reference with a known credible source later on, then you can probably still achieve good results. Thank you for your input, PyronIkari. Boku no nihongo wa warui desu ne? Demo... wakarimasu. The only way to get better is by using it. As you see happening now, you will be corrected. Spea
  10. In January I moved from Upstate NY to Arizona. Naturally I had to scout around to find some store that sells anime, and awesomely enough when I did find the store it was stocked with two friendly con-goers who have flown from Arizona since 2005 to attend Otakon. (Slightly off-topic, sorry Ms. MC, but I think 'Otakon' should be added to the board's dictionary.)
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