Rurouni H wrote:
If you're looking for a good(ish) dictionary, this one <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/2831571243/qid=1110221374/ref=sr_8_xs_ap_i1_xgl/202-8756359-2127833" target=_blank">right here</a> is excellent as it has the words written in both romaji and the kanas/kanji (and it has the pronounciation table in the front). Happily, there is a definition for anime
Ah! Rurouni H, your another person that is from cornwall that i'v seen here....and there was me thinking i was the only person in cornwall who liked anime (well it always seems that way).
I think Cornwall generically has a lack of anime fans, although all of my friends are amazingly (I'm not sure whether thats my fault or not). Actually Charter_Mage, if you want to take some Japanese lessons, there are some going on in Truro College as evening classes...
Wow, this thread is rapidly going off topic.
Yes i will consider ordering that dictionary unless i can find it in my local book shop or maybe at Ottakars.
Cornwall doesn't seem to have many anime fans, there were none at my school (or maybe there were loads but they all just keep it very secret) but then i
didn't exactly shout about it to everyone. It's just frustrating when you have no friends who you can share something you love with(mine generally just laugh or act really, really uninterested if i bring up the subject).
I would really like to go to those Japanese lessons at Truro college, i'm just not sure if it's to far away, and i would probably be well behind the rest of the class.
It doesn't matter if we are going off subject because i am in the process of downloading the first episode now, so i can bring the subject back up once i've watched it.