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Arigatou gozaimasu. Very useful lesson.
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Wow, do you have a rabbit? Must be very cute!
Hi Gert van den Berg,
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Yes, actually there's no definite rule in writing words in hiragana or in kanji.
In this case, "watashi" or "watashi-tachi", usually we write in kanji, but sometimes use hiragana not to give a stiff impression.
(Hiragana is more simple than kanji, so it's effective to give a soft impression.)
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I forget to scroll down so missed a lot.
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Tanoshi desu ne
watashi no usagi suki
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We show the kana version for those who can't read kanji yet.
please mail me how to do this. and i want to enrol online if the price is affordable.
Please tell me how the other sybols like わたしわ(watashi wa) work but you also write ilt like 私わwhy and this gis a great aap