翻訳の要請 (Translation Requests)

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Re: 翻訳の要請 (Translation Requests)

Postby Yasna » 2016-11-13, 1:29

September wrote:How would I say "Thank you for visiting our monastery?" More generally, how is "thank you for [action]" typically expressed?

僧院を訪ねてくださってありがとうございます。
Souin wo tazunete kudasatte arigatou gozaimasu.

You need a verb in it's te-form, then "kudasatte arigatou gozaimasu" for "thank you for".
Ein Buch muß die Axt sein für das gefrorene Meer in uns. - Kafka

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Re: 翻訳の要請 (Translation Requests)

Postby September » 2016-11-21, 4:52

Yasna wrote:
September wrote:How would I say "Thank you for visiting our monastery?" More generally, how is "thank you for [action]" typically expressed?

僧院を訪ねてくださってありがとうございます。
Souin wo tazunete kudasatte arigatou gozaimasu.

You need a verb in it's te-form, then "kudasatte arigatou gozaimasu" for "thank you for".

Thanks so much!

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Re: 翻訳の要請 (Translation Requests)

Postby atalarikt » 2018-02-03, 9:47

I guess this sounds way too much, but hey, a question wouldn't hurt, right?

I would like to request a translation of this 18-lesson Balinese course in Japanese, which I found from this thread, starting from Lesson 5 (1 to 4 are already posted in the thread).
وَمِنْ آيَاتِهِ خَلْقُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ وَاخْتِلَافُ أَلْسِنَتِكُمْ وَأَلْوَانِكُمْ ۚ إِنَّ فِي ذَٰلِكَ لَآيَاتٍ لِلْعَالِمِينَ۝
"And of His signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth and the diversity of your languages and your colors. Indeed in that are signs for those of knowledge." (Ar-Rum: 22)

Jika saya salah, mohon diperbaiki. If I make some mistake(s), please correct me.
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Re: 翻訳の要請 (Translation Requests)

Postby kotrcka » 2020-01-09, 20:54

Hello,

could someone decypher what is writter on this pen? I have tried Google translate, but since this is a "caligraphic style" of characters, I do nto have any results.

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Thank you in advance :-)
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Re: 翻訳の要請 (Translation Requests)

Postby Yasna » 2020-01-10, 1:28

kotrcka wrote:Hello,

could someone decypher what is writter on this pen? I have tried Google translate, but since this is a "caligraphic style" of characters, I do nto have any results.

名高教, which is short for 名古屋市立高等学校教員組合, the Nagoya High School Teachers Association.
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Re: 翻訳の要請 (Translation Requests)

Postby kotrcka » 2020-01-10, 4:09

Yasna wrote:
kotrcka wrote:Hello,

could someone decypher what is writter on this pen? I have tried Google translate, but since this is a "caligraphic style" of characters, I do nto have any results.

名高教, which is short for 名古屋市立高等学校教員組合, the Nagoya High School Teachers Association.


Thank you very much.
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Re: 翻訳の要請 (Translation Requests)

Postby smbspo79 » 2020-01-15, 22:31

Good Morning my native Japanese speakers. I am very novice Japanese speaker and translator. I have a question been struggling with this one for a while. My reasoning is below.

サイロン “Sairon” (Not so easy a translation)it is another play on names. サイ= 犀 rhinoceros “Usually written using kana alone” and ロン = ron. Look at his name Sairon, airon is Iron in Japanese. It is a combination name of Rhinceros and Iron. When translating his card “not very flexible, but he has a gentle and warm heart.” “hates to bend”.

I have attached the card for reference. He is an anthropomorphic Rhino from the toy line Laserbeasts/Battle Beasts "Beastformers" in Japanese.

Look forward to your thoughts.

Steve
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