Hardi wrote:I'm sure Lennye just copied that sense from somewhere else anyway.
metaltoy wrote:LennyeTran wrote::twisted: *phhbbttsss* 私は憎む, Hardi. Did I say it right, metaltoy?
I know what you mean. But why?
Hardi wrote:I don't know those books. I usually don't read books. After all they are mostly made for English speakers. I'm not good about English. But to not do be behind of Lennye, I will look from google for some torrents to download some free e-book.
I don't take this studying too lightly, neither I have hurry with it. So it doesn't make different, if I learn Anime slang or impolite words first. It's good if I learn anything at all.
What with all this politeness anyway? Until I only talk to Lennye there isn't any different if I use polite terms or not I can freely say omae or anta to her, she don't mind. I know Japanese Have at least 3 different form for almost every word. The polite one, neutral one and offensive one.. and I think there was also the different version of polite version of some words to talk to/about Emperor.
Is boku used only by young boys, or also by adults? And watashi can still be used by male? ..I think I have seen in movies also men use watashi.. (maybe he was gay)
I have some time ago searched by my self about the use of them, from net.. Whether to use: watashi, boku or ore.. (I think there was actually some more words to refer I to Japanese but don't remember them) I did not find out much. Only that ore is somewhat arrogant.. Like in case, when I want to tell: "Lennye I will kick your butt!" then "Ore" is preferable.
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