conversational practice

All levels and native speakers are welcomed! I will also encourage bringing any study materials to share if you wish!! $2.00 will be collected at the end of the meet-up.

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  • Donnica L.

    Where can we meet?

    April 9, 2013

    • Jamall

      We are going to have an extra meeting Thursday, 4-11 at 6:00pm at the CSU Student Center (2121 Euclid Avenue, SC 319) at the Bar Uno/atrium area.

      April 10, 2013

    • Jamall

      Please feel free for anyone to come or invite others.

      April 10, 2013

  • Donnica L.

    All I want to know is when are you going to have Thursday meetings

    April 5, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      らいしゅう
      raishuu
      next week

      らいしゅう の もくようび
      raishuu no mokuyoubi
      thursday of next week,
      next thursday

      どこか
      dokoka
      somewhere

      あおう ませんか
      aoumasenka
      aou is the volitional form of au, "to meet"
      masenka
      "why not?"
      but i don't think the sentence is correctly formed,
      but the intended meaning was
      "why not meet?"


      わたしには もくようび が よくて、もしよければ­ らいしゅう の もくようび どこか あおう ませんか?

      watashi niwa mokuyoubi ga yokute, moshiyokereba raishuu no mokuyoubi dokoka aoumasenka?

      "Thursday is good for me, so if it's ok with you, how about we meet somewhere next Thursday?"

      Of course, it would be meeting outside the group.

      April 7, 2013

    • Jamall

      I can also meet most nights after 7:00.

      1 · April 9, 2013

  • Craig

    それは非常に良好であった。

    1 · April 5, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    opposites:
    たかい , ひくい
    takai, hikui
    tall, short

    おおきい , ちいさい
    ookii, chiisai
    big, small

    つよい , よわい
    tsuyoi, yowai
    strong, weak

    things that sound the same:
    かき, かぎ
    kaki, kagi
    persimmon, key

    さる, ざる
    saru, zaru
    monkey, wooden strainer for soba noodles

    springtime:
    つぼみ
    tsubomi
    buds

    ふくらむ
    fukuramu
    to swell (almost blooming)

    さく
    saku
    to bloom

    はる
    haru
    spring

    verb opposites:
    はなす, きく
    hanasu, kiku
    to speak, to listen

    のむ, たべる
    nomu, taberu
    to drink, to eat あがる, さがる
    agaru, sagaru
    to ascend, to descend

    かつ, まける
    katsu, makeru
    to win, to lose

    あるきはじめた あかちゃん
    aruki hajimeta akachan
    baby who just learned to walk /
    first-time-walking baby (?)

    3 · April 3, 2013

  • Donnica L.

    我々はまだ木曜日を持っていますか

    2 · April 2, 2013

  • Dale

    i ll be there

    1 · March 27, 2013

  • Donnica L.

    What happen to thursdays?

    1 · March 21, 2013

  • Eric T.

    In Japan until May

    1 · March 18, 2013

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