vijayjohn wrote:dEhiN wrote:みんなさん、おはいようございます！
Sorry, I was going for "hi", and forgot that ohayou is short form for "good morning".
vijayjohn wrote:Btw it's おはようございます (は, not はい).
I think you've corrected me on this before, but I completely forgot! Haha! ありがとう！
vijayjohn wrote:I've decided to join this group (after księżycowy suggested it). I've forgotten all my kana - I used to know hiragana and some katakana - as well as the (one) handful of kanji I knew. However, I do seem to remember some words, such as what I wrote above, the copula です, and the particles か (interrogative), は (topic), が (subject), の (genitive)
Nice!and え (locative?). I don't remember the dative particle.
I'm not sure whether I'd call e dative per se, but it does roughly correspond to 'to' in English (not 'for' AFAIK). It's spelled へ.
Isn't え e, while へ is he? Also, if he only corresponds to "to", would it be more of a movement particle (I forget the "case" that covers to/toward)?