Guide to asian languages

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    Puulaahi

    Strangely enough, this is helpful.

    Kamakiri

    Strangely enough this is nothing new to me.

    hufnmouth

    What about Thai?

    #makecasemdsgreatagain

    FFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!

    deuce

    Thai uses an actual alphabet, unlike Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (though Korean’s Hangul is closest to an alphabet of these 3).

    dagonz

    oh jesus oh lordy

    Kamakiri

    Lol… fakyu niga

    fortyseven

    Despite being able to read two of those

    It’s actual gibberish

    But you whiteys don’t know

    Insanely Rational

    I don’t read Japanese and even I know the Japanese part is mostly BS. The simple symbols are either Hiragana or Katakana, which are representations of phonemes (as opposed to full words) mostly used for writing foreign words. Most Japanese words are written in Kanji which looks like the Chinese characters (e.g., club.japantimes.co.jp/jt/ )

    Kamakiri

    Actually you need both kanji and hiragana in order to write most japanese words. Katakana is, generally, used to write foreign words, although there was a time when kanji was used.
    The japanese part translates as:
    delicious tangerine
    fuck you nigger
    sad twilight

    Caio

    Almost every grammatical word and suffix, plus several thousand other native Japanese words are written in hiragana.

    Children learn Hiragana first, and children’s books are written entirely in Hiragana for 5-year olds (save maybe the most common Kanji), and less and less as the audience gets closer to high school. Japanese don’t typically learn all their hanzi till jr. high.

    Thank you for your help expert.

    kanda

    LOL

    The “plain looking spaced out symbols” say (and i’m not kidding):
    “Fuck you nigger”.

    It actually says “fakyu-ni-ga”, since they represent phonemes.
    They write it as it sounds.

    Kamakiri

    You’re a few hours too late for that.

    conan776

    This is what Asian people actually believe