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    Re: any difference?

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    Thank you for the wonderful explanation, Casiopea!

    Arigato!':D'
    You are welcome. :D

    Did you really get it? (i.e. Wakatta?)

    All the best,
    Yes I undestand it perfectly (for example, "There is a walking man" is weird but "There is a man walking" is quite natural, right?)

    By the way, where are you living now? I'm afraid you cannot live on the Mt. Fuji.
    Don't be afraid. :D I wouldn't want to live on top of Fuji San. For one thing, there's the crator to contend with , and for another there's the cloud cover.

    I can see Mt Fuji--on a clear day. I live in Shizuoka-ken, which, as you probably know, is the same prefecture in which Mt Fuji is located. I live in a small town outside of Hamamatsu, called Toyoda.
    :D :D :D

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    #12

    Re: any difference?

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    Thank you for the wonderful explanation, Casiopea!

    Arigato!':D'
    You are welcome. :D

    Did you really get it? (i.e. Wakatta?)

    All the best,
    Yes I undestand it perfectly (for example, "There is a walking man" is weird but "There is a man walking" is quite natural, right?)

    By the way, where are you living now? I'm afraid you cannot live on the Mt. Fuji.
    Don't be afraid. :D I wouldn't want to live on top of Fuji San. For one thing, there's the crator to contend with , and for another there's the cloud cover.

    I can see Mt Fuji--on a clear day. I live in Shizuoka-ken, which, as you probably know, is the same prefecture in which Mt Fuji is located. I live in a small town outside of Hamamatsu, called Toyoda.
    :D :D :D
    I see. Nice place to live, indeed, with the Mt. Fuji close to you. And your nationality is Canada, right?

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    Re: any difference?

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    Thank you for the wonderful explanation, Casiopea!

    Arigato!':D'
    You are welcome. :D

    Did you really get it? (i.e. Wakatta?)

    All the best,
    Yes I undestand it perfectly (for example, "There is a walking man" is weird but "There is a man walking" is quite natural, right?)

    By the way, where are you living now? I'm afraid you cannot live on the Mt. Fuji.
    Don't be afraid. :D I wouldn't want to live on top of Fuji San. For one thing, there's the crator to contend with , and for another there's the cloud cover.

    I can see Mt Fuji--on a clear day. I live in Shizuoka-ken, which, as you probably know, is the same prefecture in which Mt Fuji is located. I live in a small town outside of Hamamatsu, called Toyoda.
    :D :D :D
    I see. Nice place to live, indeed, with the Mt. Fuji close to you. And your nationality is Canada, right?
    kanada-jin desu yo. That's right. I'm Canadian. 8)

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    Re: any difference?

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    kanada-jin desu yo. That's right. I'm Canadian. 8)
    Right. So if you have any trouble understanding Japanese, ask me. I'll do anything I can. It's a "give-and-take" thing, you know :D

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