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Old 02-23-2006, 11:42 AM   #21 (permalink)
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EDIT: BTW, would nashi be something that is perhaps more common for your dialect or is that considered the 'formal' language.
lol didnt even know those site exists. as for "nashi", its just normal word just like "nai". if its formal way, its "arimasen". and diarect...err...in osaka, they say "nai yanen" or somethig like that. well...ask ur teacher what the difference is..its just the way to use the same word in different way.

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