Japanese and English Phrase Converter

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Jul 4, 2008
  1. JPH
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    Japanese and English Phrase Converter
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    iainprice has released a new DS homebrew application, Japanese and English Phrase Converter.
    Obviously, it translates phrases from English to Japanese and vice versa!
    Developer's note and download below.
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    arigato for the news
     
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    Ah ah ah shouldn't this be called "translator" ?
     
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    Ahh, so it's not a straight up translator, but has a couple dozen phrases it can give the equivalents of?

    Umm that's cool I guess.
     
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    He should use Kanjidict as a base so that he has less work to do (instead of building up translations himself just figuring out a decent way to get it to fit.

    (KanjiDict has many phrases)

    Isn't there a phrase translator anyhow? My cousin showed it to me, and it seemed quite nice. It was only in Japanese (the program itself) but it seems quite useful. It even speaks it aloud for you.
     
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    When it translates to Japanese does it use Romaji, Katacana, or Kanji?
    (I think i wrote those all right. It's been awhile since i was interested in learning Japanese and never succeeding)
     
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    Can it translate 'Eww, why are there panties in that vending machine?'
     
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    Actually it would be Romanji, Katakana, or Hiragana.

    Kanji are collective or Katakana and Hiragana.
     
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    it differs between lower case and upper case!
    where's its dev? maybe we can tell him a thing or two.
     

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