Ciao

Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Talaria, Apr 2, 2008.

  1. Talaria
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    Talaria ...

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    Ciao

    Fortunately Ciao means greeting aswell as goodbye. Did I scare ya's?.....



    WHAT!?

    No welcome back...geez you guys are lame....
     
  2. JPH

    JPH Banned

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    Aw, man.
    I sure was enjoying your absence.



    Just kiddin', love ya man! [​IMG]
     
  3. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    Shouldn't there be a つもり before the です in your sig? =P


    As a foreigner, I'd try to be polite as use ーます form to cover up the other mistakes I'd make. Plus being polite can't hurt.


    Welcome back! おかえり
     
  4. Talaria
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    Talaria ...

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    Not really as all I am saying is "I am going to Japan"....at least I think thats correct. But my Japanese friend is trying to encourage me to use more plain form verbs as that is the more commonly spoken and used which will confuse me when I go there in three months as I more commonly use ???. But if I was talking to a adult or someone abit older than me then yes I would have to use ??? and honourific terms out of respect....I think....enough ranting, needs more

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  5. scubersteve

    scubersteve Newbie

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooo...
     
  6. GH0ST

    GH0ST Your Hero is a Ghost

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    I was here... before...
    neko desu... ciao ^^