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March 19th, 2006 at 05:12 AM
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皆さん、(Mina-san) as always thank you! Regarding the help wanted, we are currently looking for:

a native female English speaker, a bilingual Japanese speaker, and a part time editor. If you are interested in film, audio, etc. and located in the greater Tokyo are, please send us an email! We're looking forward to meeting you!:grin:

Erklaren is looking for J/E tranlsator/proof reader, all types of translators to keep on file for possible future employment. All interested parties please contact us at:

contactus@japanesepod101.com


Looking forward to hearing from you!


Regarding the Mac User Group, we'll be posting on the blog shortly.

よろしくお願いします。

Orlina
February 18th, 2007 at 11:34 PM
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Thank you Jason ^^

Well I knew it but thanks all the same ^^




オルリナ

Jason ジェイソン
February 18th, 2007 at 10:16 PM
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I'm nearly a year late but perhaps I can still answer Orlina's questions if you happen to still not know the answers.


My favourite subject is Philosophy:

私の好きな科目は哲学です。 Watashi no sukina kamoku wa tetsugaku desu.


I hate History and Geography.

私の嫌いな科目は歴史と地理です。 Watashi no kiraina kamoku wa rekishi to chiri desu.

Kat
May 26th, 2006 at 04:00 PM
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Peter san is American - of course he is going to be over the top :D Btw - if you need any help in Australia let me know, and if anyone is coming to Australia (specifically Melbourne or Geelong/Great Ocean Road way) drop me a line :P


PS. I work in IT as a part time web programmer (specialising in Accessibility and Usability Audits) so if you need any assistance with that I can be of help.

Bruno
March 24th, 2006 at 07:24 PM
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Matt, just google "David Hallgren", you will get it ;-)

Matt
March 24th, 2006 at 02:44 PM
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What is David's websites?

Orlina
March 23rd, 2006 at 07:45 AM
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Thank you Bart! ^_^


I'm beginning to become rather crazy about Japan’s culture. My friends think I’m crazy because I'm always listening to J-music, or (now) japanesepod101's podcasts^^ (i'm so addict :p)

I'd love to learn more about Kitsuke when I'll have time.


It would be fun to have those lesson translated in French. A have a few friends of mine who would be interested in learning Japanese, but...well..., they kind of suck at English.


Talking about that, i wanted to thanks Peter, your English is so clear, so easily understandable that it make it all so much easier for me!


オルリナ

Jason
March 22nd, 2006 at 07:02 PM
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The only JPOD101 video that seems to work is the Q&A.

Jim Tittsler
March 22nd, 2006 at 06:54 PM
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You can watch video clips from webcast of the JapanesePod101 presentation at the March meeting of the Ringo Macintosh Users Group by following the links in the meeting notes.

Bart B. Van Bockstaele (バルト))
March 21st, 2006 at 10:04 AM
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Your English is not bad at all, Orlina. Bienvenue dans le monde du multilinguisme!


I had to come to Toronto, Ontario, Canada to discover the Japanese language. Like you, I was first only interested in the language. I then started with karaoke to improve my pronunciation. Through the Japanese karaoke club I became a member of, I discovered Bon Odori (a type of Japanese line dancing, performed during the Obon Buddhist festival), and through that, I discovered Buddhism and Nihonbuyou (Japanese classical dancing), from there I went on to discover kitsuke (the art of kimono dressing) and wasai (Japanese tailoring).


Keep it up, and you may become just as crazy about the Japanese language and culture.


As for your name, since you are French, I would write it the way you did: Orurina, or in Katakana: オルリナ。


Your original language is important, I believe. If my name were English, it would be written as バート (ba-to), but since I am Flemish, it is supposed to be written as バルト (baruto).

Stevo
March 21st, 2006 at 09:19 AM
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That is to say, are you offering any? if so will they be paid or unpaid? To be honest I'm interested in both.