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08 January 2007 @ 06:59 pm
日本語のこと  
Nominalization:

V-plain + のは ~(だ): "it is ~ to do such and such"
X は Y のが ~だ: with words such as 好き 「すき」, 嫌い 「きらい」, 上手 「じょうず」, 下手 「へた」, etc., e.g. "X likes to Y", "X is good at Y"
V-plain + のを/が + V-senses: "I saw someone do such and such", "I can hear it raining", etc.
V-plain + のを + V-waiting, helping: "I am waiting for such and such", "Let's help the sheep over the fence", etc.
V-plain + のに ~: "~ in order to do such and such"
V-plain + ことができる: "be able to do such and such"
V-plain + ことにする: "decide to do such and such"
V-plain + ことになる: "it is decided to do such and such"

Stuff:

日本語を話すのは難しいです。僕はパテぃーするのが好きです。雨が降るのが聞こえます
僕の日本の旅行がするを待っています。日本へ行くのにお金が要ります。
お金が持っているから日本へ行くことができます。去年日本へ行くことにしました。魚が嫌いなのに僕はお寿司を食べることになりました。Blech!
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asakiyumeasakiyume on January 9th, 2007 03:16 am (UTC)
お魚が好きじゃなければ、『ちらし寿司」か「いなり寿司」に したらいいですよ。

いなり寿司


ちらし寿司


Douglas Triggs: duckdoubt72 on January 10th, 2007 11:39 pm (UTC)
Huh, I had to resort to wikipedia to figure out what the heck those were. Fox sushi? Scattered sushi? Okay, the latter makes sense, although it turns out that the first is named after a Japanese god.

Anyway.

They still don't look particularly appetizing.

Meat loaf sushi -- now that I might consider eating.