What happened to the DJT threads? Did everyone give up?
You'll never learn Japanese.
hopefully they were moved to /jp/
stop bullying and being jelly because you never will.
Hopefully I will never be jelly, thank you very much
Nobody lives in Japan nor do they live near Japanese people,
therefore, they will never be fluent in the Japanese language.
There just hasn't been a new one put up yet. They still go 400-500 posts each thread. That said they will probably die out at some point because only the new blood visits very often. As people get more advanced they check in less and less
That's not really true at all. They can be fluent in writing and reading because they can just go to places like 2ch to practice their written Japanese and reading by just reading and playing games.
Speaking it will be harder yeah but that really depends where you are from. Some nationalities have a much, much easier time with speaking because their language is closer to Japanese pronunciation than others.
My native language has pretty much all the same basic pronunciations as Japanese so I've never had problem speaking it
Well I hope they don't die too soon because I am a new blood and found those threads very helpful.
I don't get why anyone would want to read any of those spaghettified "japanese" posts that liter those threads or take anyone's advice from there. It's embarrassing. Study, read, and go talk to some real Japanese people and get help from them, not autistic turbonerds that watch cartoons all day.
Study this *grabs dick*
Clever. The average DJT poster, ladies and gentlemen.
Average these *deploys nutsack onto your face*
Oh, look at the time. I see.
American multicultural, criminal mutts are so much better.
Oh it can actually talk. Struck a nerve did I "mate"? Are your "knickers" in a bunch?
I'm bilingual. Any questions?
How did you become bilingual?
I was born in Japan, and spent most of my life in an international school. That's where I learned my English.
I also studied Spanish on my own. But it's starting to dwindle.
It's because 4chan has a better layer of residents compared to most of 2ch's anime board. Well to tell the truth, I just slipped into this thread to check it out. First time over here.
>It's because 4chan has a better layer of residents
>I just slipped into this thread to check it out. First time over here.
Holy shit, 2ch must suck.
And I'm not even joking... which is the saddest part of the story.
All the good guys have left the 2ch anime threads because of serious trolling done by people who don't like the show.
Japanese is useless.
>It's because 4chan has a better layer of residents compared to most of 2ch's anime board
well, welcome to the club then
and no, this place is no different to 2ch's anime board, lots of fags exist here too
Why are you only bilingual?
He estudiado español pero ahora no puedo hablar. My French and German are even worse, I can only read simple sentences at the moment. 그러나, 지금 한국어를 공부 하고 있어.
Gå och lägg dig.
I'm trying to imagine what culture might actually have a hard time pronouncing Japanese, but I can't. It's easy shit mang.
Speaking in the correct tones and fluently is another matter.
>la cara de todo mundo cuando yo iraba al /int/ para practicar español y parecia un gringordo grande
My Portuguese is even worse.
>He estudiado español pero ahora no puedo hablar.
I'm Spanish, so allow me to correct you. The way you said it implies that you're busy at the moment, and that's the reason you can't speak now. It should be something like
>He estudiado español, pero ya no puedo hablarlo.
It's something like the difference between.
>I can't talk right now.
>I can't speak it anymore.
Notice how talk and speak are both hablar in Spanish.
Well, you only need to take a look at how many people say anymay instead of anime, and you get the idea. It's not about being hard, but being harder. For me, for example, it's pretty easy, since the sounds are read exactly the same as in Spanish (even things like にゃ could be written as ña, and retain pretty much the same pronunciation).
It's iba, anon. Ir is an irregular verb. Also, it's pretty common to drop the pronoun in that kind of sentence.
Good luck with that.
I don't suppose you'd know any good resources for me to maintain or improve Spanish do ya?
I took 5 or so years of it, and I'd really rather not forget it. Also thanks for the corrections. Fucking "ir".
Well, as you can guess, I never used any resource to improve my Spanish, so I don't know of any. What's worse, I would like to point you to some site where you could hold nice and interesting conversations in Spanish... But most Spanish sites are full of people that don't know how to write properly (forgetting an h, mistaking v for b, not knowing the differences between hay, ai, and ahí or a ver and haber (I've even seen people writing aber and ha ver), etc.). So, I'm afraid I can't help you. The only thing I can recommend you is to read books and watch some movies dubbed (usually, the Spanish dubs for movies and series is quite good. Anime dubs are terrible, though. I don't know about South American's though).
Good advice. I have an app on my phone for spanish news that I try to read often, so I guess I'll add on top of that.
Gracias mi amigo hispanohablante.