How do you understand the spoken Japanese language (speech)? I have noted that the understanding of a Japanese speech is interpreted differently by persons who listen to it. For example, one disscusion http://www.italki.com/answers/question/100649-1-1-2.htm shows that some people understand the spoken Japanese speech in different ways: 1) 好かれたまた明日ね - suka retamata ashita ne 2) つかれたまたあしたね - tsukaretamataashitane 3) つかれた、また明日ね - tsukareta , mata ashita ne So in result, as you can see the beginner should study the spoken Japanese language firstly (written in Romaji), after it he/she may study the written Japanese language.
May 5, 2011 9:20 AM
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Everybody has this problem in the beginning with ANY language. You have to be familiar with it. 好かれたまた明日ね is utter nonsense, so no native would hear that.
May 5, 2011
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