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    i just got my rosetta stone japanese level 1 and 2 , gonna start tonight in my japanese

    hajimemashite, z3r01 to mushima!
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    I've been interested in those- let me know what you think, and good luck!

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    same let us know how they work

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    wow! i got a 74 on my first test lol so far its goin great!

    they have you memorize things, and work on pronunciation.
    first lesson was about onokoto (boys) and nizu(water) and juusu (juice lol) and random other stuff, but the cool part is after 15 minutes they have you guess a pic with no help and you get it quick lol
    crazy
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    Meh, i know some Chinese, but even less Japanese, hell i can count to 10 and know the names of Judo throws and thats about it.
    I do Judo so yeah
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    Spelling on all of those?

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    I dated a chinese gal that screamed in chinese.

    Some things you truly miss when you look back.
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    ^LOL.

    I know quite a bit of Chinese; I'm off this year, but I'll be continuing with it next year.

    Good luck with the Japanese, though.

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    I've used Rosetta Stone spanish 1&2, but I forgot everything
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    I wish that they offered a Lao course. It is sooo hard to find a good reliable solution to learning Lao. My Fiance is not the best at teaching it... (My Fiance and her family are from Laos)

    @OP: I know this is a bit off topic, but are 'Ramen' the only instant noodles that you like? I'd suggest going to your local oriental market and trying a random assortment, if you have not already. Personally, I like what the Vietnamese call 'Mi Tom', which incidentally sounds similar to their slang for 'White Guy'.
    Last edited by Imahottguy; 11-06-2008 at 04:20 AM.
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    I know "ni how ma" means hello in Chinese

    But to ^^, I have tried various noodles and I seem to always go back to ramen LOL

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    ^^^ lol
    And it will be like a taco inside a taco within a Taco Bell that's inside a KFC that's within a mall that's inside your dream! Springboard screwy after reboot? Here is the fix

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    Quote Originally Posted by z3r01 View Post
    I know "ni how ma" means hello in Chinese

    But to ^^, I have tried various noodles and I seem to always go back to ramen LOL
    Essentially... Ni hao is actually "hello", while ni hao ma is a question asking "how are you" or something of the like.
    Respect your elders.

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    man, level 2 is craaaaaaaaaaaaazzzzzyyyyy, it's like, they threw words I learned in level one and put it in a sentence and I had to guess the sentence...and the speach recognition gets harder to train you to properly pronounce it! LOL

    But so far it's going great! Recommend it to all LOL
    Funny thing is that I paid almost $600.00 and a friend of mine got it for $free.99 from a green demon LOL it's cool tho cuz I get support for it, he doesn't
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    I was thinking about trying to lear japanese like that, keep us updated with how it goes

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