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heh, so a few weeks ago, some foregin exchange students from Japan came into our Japanese class to speak English with us (and for us to speak Japanese with them). In the process, I kinda asked one of the Japanese girls out.
So, today we're supposed to go out at 12:30 for lunch (She leaves Wednesday). Of course, in the e-mail she wrote, she included some Japanese. Japanese that I couldn't understand:
Or for those w/o Japanese text, "Nanika attara renraku kudasai". Ok, I know "nanika" means "something" and that "Kudasai" means it's a sort of polite command (Please do this...). Couldn't find the other words in my book, so I went to Babelfish. Here's its translation:
When something it is, the ‚ê it is and others the ‚.
WTF? Hope it isn't too important, lol
EDIT: To see the hiragana/kanji, you'll have to change the encoding to Japanese (Auto-select). Right-click the page.