Language - SevineniiSevineniiLanguage - Sevinenii5 years ago in Other More Like This
Instructions: Delete ALL vowels from the text that is to be translated. Example:
Hey! This is DarlingMionette!
Hy! THs s DrlngMntt!
Deleting out the vowels from the translation keeps words from getting ridiculously long. Sevinenii translates by converting consonant sounds into full syllables to avoid having several consonants in a continuous line like a direct translation of all letters may create.
When consonants repeat (LL) they are converted to their plural form (LL = denden = dena) shown later in the list after the singular spellings. For instance, Instead of:
Bell (Bll) = Ib-den-den
This was adapted to keep repeat consonants from creating ridiculous sounding words.
Syllables sound exactly as they are presented with a few exceptions based on where they are in the word (front, middle, end).
Consonant = Singular, Plural // Pronunciations ** Alternates
B = ib, iben //
Japanese tutorial -Part 3-Japanese tutorial -Part 3-7 years ago in Writing More Like This
Verb Conjugation, better than french or spanish!:
I have some really good news for you, Japanese verb conjugation is VERY easy compared to english, french, or any of the european languages for that matter.
Japanese verbs only change because of tenses, NOT pronouns. Also there's only 2 irregular verbs that are ever used for life!! OMG RLY?!
In english I say, I eat, you eat, he she it eats, we eat, they eat. In Japanese, that doesn't exist.
Yea, you're right. It is too good to be true. Japanese verbs are catagorized in 3 sections. Verbs that end in Iru or Eru, Verbs that end in -u, and the 2 irregular verbs which you'll just need to memorize.
Examples of -iru and -eru verbs
Miru (To see) （見る）
Taberu (to eat) （食べる）
Kaku (to write) （書く）
naku (to cry) （泣く）
Suru (to be) （する）
Kuru (to come