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I believe it’s koofuku. Don’t take my word for it though.
‘ureshii’ is the most common word for happy
either one of those two above or shiawase(na)
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i’m pretty sure it’s “hapei” (lol, jk, i haven’t taken japanese in years)
lol you’re kinda right, young ppl will say “hapi” or “happi”, but its not meant as the state, its just one of those random english words they adopt and then use inappropriately! XD
Well then I’ll just say hapi ‘cus that’s easy to remember. =P
haha are you learning japanese? i would recommend ureshii…
wow, i’m good, i got it correct and i don’t even speak the language
sweet. go you.
and lol i’m just trying to pick up words. it’s a fun habit. so if you know any other languages you should totally be my friend. =D
ooooooo, i know a little Farsi and a little latin
lol it’s not that hard to guess… they adopt ridiculous amounts of english words. but pronounce them so differently you wouldnt recognize it half the time :p
i speak spanish if you’re interested. a bit of french
do you speak any?
Oh Farsi. Beautiful written language.
Spanish I have learned more than just how to say “happy” and “what’s good” but I wouldn’t say I speak it.
I see. you like learning “happy” in different languages, don’t you ? hehe most people try to learn “i love you”, or just curse words
well it’s a good word!
i know how to say I love you in…um…i have no idea how many languages.
the problem is i have no idea if i actually have the right words.
koigokoro, mahal kita, amor, lieben, amore, amour, love…yeah.
hmm well you have french, italian, german, spanish and of course english right thats for sure. im guessin koigokoro is the japanese. it makes sense, but the most common/natural way of expressing the idea of love is “ai”
hmmm, happy in Latin…… that would be felix, beatus, or leatus (latin tends to do things like this)
ai. i like that.
felix makes sense to me. feliz in spanish.
yup, spanish and latin are actually very very similar (lost of words that are one letter off). the only word the eludes me is how can the word “forum” which means marketplace in latin have ever given birth to the word “forensic”.
well spanish is latin based. i like the latin languages. i think french is the sexiest and spanish the most fun.
well…**** i dunno. lol
hmmm, i can’t say i’ve ever found a language sexy, sexy accents i find lots of places though.
foreign accents are just mmmm. i think bilingual people are so attractive.
but see it’s the way the words sound, how they sorta slip of the tongue.
hmmm, i guess you’re right. i don’t know if this is very related, but it’s an interesting point. have you ever thought how many english words are bad words in other languages? And on that note, i must leave, cya around.
oh later. it was nice talking to you. =) < 3
do you think im attractive? :p
but yeah i knew this guy who spoke french and it was so sexy XD
i was in france this summer and i just loved it. plus there was good food, it was quaint, beautiful, and great climbing.
and of course i do. you’re gorgeous and have an amazing personality. haha jk jk x]
hahaha thanx. you’re awesome for wanting to learn about different languages. most people are like, im good knowing one :P boo to them! jk
i know too many people like that. i hate the people that refuse to learn spanish because this is america and americans should speak american. its bull. i was down at one of the bilingual schools by my house helping out with the play and i realized that all these little kids were cooler than me because they knew two important languages.
hehe cute. yeah, i guess people just feel threatened. they’re afraid spanish will someday become so important that most people will speak it and that would just suck for those who dont. or that it’ll take over the u.s. or become more important than english. like thats ever gonna happen… silly people :p
i bet you speak spanish.
yeah lol it says in my profile. and didn’t i say it? yeah i said it earlier in the post :p hehe
well yeah, i guess so. but for me to realize that i’d have to be paying attention and i’m easily distracted.
honestly i have the memory of a koi.
i think i introduced myself to nox but not you.
hola, me llamo isabelle.
y yo me llamo andrea ^_^ mucho gusto
nada, leyendo. te gusta help.com? veo que eres nueva. (i dunno how advanced you are lol)
si. i joined en la mañana.
y es divertido. (is that right?)
si, es correcto. que bueno que te gusta esta website ^_^ bienvenida
ok, ok, see i know exactly what you’re saying but i can’t come up with any words.
hehe its ok. ^_^ v very good
alright i’m off.
it was lovely talking to you.
Happy —- 幸せで
hello —- 幸せです
dono put helow is coneecywa
Are you, Tranquility? :p That’s very interesting
She wrote, “I’m a young Japanese girl” :p
Ahaha…random input but to say ‘I love you’ in Japanese is ‘aishiteru’
Prounounced ‘I-shi-tay-roo’ ^^
just ‘ai’ means love ^^
ai-she-teh-roo (”r” is spoken by tapping the top of your mouth just once. sort of like in spainish.)
WOW im bad at jap ummm…. ohayoo gazaimasu??????
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