Anyone speak Japanese?

Smiddle

Power Star
^ Apart from that guy, I think someone called "Super Luigi! Number One!" does.

By the way, Uniju, your message meant "Something Japanese bad". I knew that :D
 

Smiley The Hun

I accidentally whored shoulders
Retired Wiki Staff
マリオ&ルイージ犬が一緒に仕事を!なぜ? = Means Mario & Luigi working with Bowser! Why?

Oh and some lyrics from Super Mario Hyadain.

Furtari-tomo ne oyame ni natle? (Won't the both of you stop it?)

Kagami wo yoku goran nasai. (Just look at the mirror.)

Furtari-tomo ii kagen ni shifte! (Cut it out the two of you!)

Dare ni kuchi wo kiiteru no? (Are the two of you are even listening to me?)

Kinoka yara wo hitori de kekkou. (That mushroom fellow is enough for me.)

Baataa no kuse ni namaiki ne. (quite insolent for a stand in.)

Otoko wa kao de shoubu. (Men compete with there face.)

Thats all the japanese I know. :P

Why does *Beep* pop up I not saying a bad word? It part of the song and it has a different meaning Japanese
 

Lario

Seems so long ago.
No.

I know a few words in other languages...

English (Duh)

Spanish (Some)

German (Ja means YES.)

French (Oui means YES.)

Sweedish (The word for bear, but I don't know what the two dots mean above it...)

And maybe others...

But not much.
 

Smiddle

Power Star
Lario said:
No.

I know a few words in other languages...

English (Duh)

Spanish (Some)

German (Ja means YES.)

French (Oui means YES.)

Sweedish (The word for bear, but I don't know what the two dots mean above it...)

And maybe others...

But not much.
Wut?
 

Lario

Seems so long ago.
Smiddle said:
Lario said:
No.

I know a few words in other languages...

English (Duh)

Spanish (Some)

German (Ja means YES.)

French (Oui means YES.)

Sweedish (The word for bear, but I don't know what the two dots mean above it...)

And maybe others...

But not much.
Wut?
The lower case j has a dot above it.

That Sweedish j has two above it.

Do you make an h (Ech) or a J (Jay) sound? Or something else.

Oh, and I learned "Hi" in some Northern African language today.
 

Smiddle

Power Star
Lario said:
Smiddle said:
Lario said:
No.

I know a few words in other languages...

English (Duh)

Spanish (Some)

German (Ja means YES.)

French (Oui means YES.)

Sweedish (The word for bear, but I don't know what the two dots mean above it...)

And maybe others...

But not much.
Wut?
The lower case j has a dot above it.

That Sweedish j has two above it.

Do you make an h (Ech) or a J (Jay) sound? Or something else.

Oh, and I learned "Hi" in some Northern African language today.
We don't have any j with two dots above. <.<
The weird symbols we have are: å, ä, ö, é (very rare)

"j" in Swedish is pronounced like the y in "yes". There are some exceptions though.

This is becoming too off-topic, I'm making a new one for this.
 
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