Monday, November 25, 2013

Daily Life です にちじょ せいかつ - Nichijyo Seikatsu 2

です >>> Desu >>> Full Stop ( . ) End Of Sentence Need Put です

か >>> Ka >>> Question mark ( ? ) >>> ( Quest-tion mark )

で、>>> De >>> Comma ( , ) >>> ( Com-ma )

Are >>> ( あ )

( ) >>> Bracket is cut the words to learn easyer

I'm >>> I am

おげんですか - Ogenki Desuka - How Are You ( How Are You )

おかげさまでげんきです - Okage Sama De Genki Desu >>> I'm Fine Thank You ( I'm Fine Thank You )

おくさまわいかがですか - Okusama Wa Ikaga Desuka >>> How Is Your Wife ( How Is Your Wife )

ありがとうございますでかないもげんきです >>> Arigatou Gozaimasu 、Kanai Mo Genki Desu >>> Thank You 、 My Wife Is Well Too ( Thank You 、 My Wife Is Well Too )

いまおいそがしいですか >>> Ima Oisogashii Desuka >>> Are You Busy Now ( Are You Bu-sy Now )

はいで 、たいへんいそがしいです >>> Hai 、Taihen Isogashii Desu >>> Yes 、I Am Very Busy ( Yes 、I Am Ve-ry Bu-sy )

いいえで 、あまりいそがしくありません >>> iie  、Amari Isogashiku Arimasen >>> No 、I Am So Not Busy ( No 、I Am So Not Bu-sy )

いまで 、おひまですか >>> Ima 、Ohima Desuka >>> Are You Free Now ( Are You Free Now )

はい 、ひまです >>> Hai 、Hima Desu >>> Yes 、I Am Free >>> ( Yes 、 I Am Free )

いいえで、ひまでわありません >>> Iie 、Hima Dewa Arimasen >>> No 、I Am Not Free >>> ( No 、I Am Not Free )

ごじゅしょわどちらですか >>> Go Jyusho Wa Dochira Desuka >>> May i Have Your Address ( May I Have Your Add-ress )

わたくしのじゅしょわTokyoとちよだくふじみちょいちbabちです >>> Watakushi No Jyusho Wa Tokyo To Chiyoda Ku Fujimi Cho i Chi Babchi Desu >>> My Address Is No.1 Fujimi Road, Chiyoda Destrict, Tokyo >>> ( My Address Is No,1 Fujima Road, Chiyoda Destrict, Tokyo )

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Single Words です - ( たんご ) - Tango 

です >>> Desu >>> Full Stop ( . ) End Of Sentence Need Put です

か >>> Ka >>> Question mark ( ? ) >>> ( Quest-tion mark )

で、>>> De >>> Comma ( , ) >>> ( Com-ma )

Are >>> ( あ )

( ) >>> Bracket is cut the words to learn easyer

わたし - わたくし >>> Watashi - Watakushi >>> I ( I )

わたくしたち - わたしたち >>> Watakushitachi - Watashitachi >>> We( We )

あなた - あなたたち - Anatatachi >>> Anata >>> You ( You )

あのかた - あのひと >>> Anokata - Anohito That Person >>> ( That Per-son )

あのかたたち >>> Anokatatachi >>> Those People >>> Those People

Note : Can Say As They

どなた - だれ >>> Donata - Dare >>> Who >>> ( Who )

せんせい >>> Sensei >>> Teacher >>> ( Tea-cher )

がくせい >>> Gakusei >>> Student >>> ( Stu - dent )

ともたち >>> Tomodachi >>> Friend >>> ( Fri-end )

おとさん >>> Otosan >>> Your Father >>> ( Your Fa-ther )

おかさん >>> Okasan >>> Your Mother >>> ( Your Mo-ther )

おにさん >>> Onisan >>> Your Older Brother >>> ( Your Old-er Bro-ther )

おねさん >>> Onesan >>> Your Elder Sister >>> ( Your Eld-er Sis-ter )

おととさん >>> Ototosan >>> Your Younger Brother >>>
( Your Young-er Bro-ther )

いもさん >>> Imosan >>> Your Younger Sister >>>
( Your Young-er Sis-ter )

おじさん >>> Ojisan >>> Your Grandfater >>> ( Your Grand-father )

おばさん >>> Obasan >>> Your Grandmother >>> ( Your Grand-mother)

おじさん >>> Ojisan >>> Your Uncler >>> ( Your Un-cle )

おばさん >>> Obasan >>> Your Aunt >>> ( Your Aunt )

ごしゅじ >>> Go Shujin >>> Your Husband >>> ( Your Husband )

おくさま - おくさん >>> Okusama - Okusan >>> Your Wife >>> ( Your Wife )

ぼっちゃん >>> Your Son >>> ( Your Son )

おじょさん >>> Ojyosan >>> Your Daughter >>> ( Your Daugh-ter )

ちち >>> Chichi >>> My father >>> ( My Fa-ther )

はは >>> Haha >>> My Mother >>> ( My Mo-ther )

あに >>> Ani >>> My Elder Brother >>> ( My Eld-er Bro-ther )

あね >>> Ane >>> My Elder Sister >>> ( My Eld-er Sis-ter )

おとと >>> Ototo >>> My Younger Brother >>> ( My Young-er Bro-ther )

いもと >>> Imoto >>> My Younger Sister >>> ( Your Young-er Sis-ter )

そふ >>> Sofu >>> My Grandfather >>> ( My Grand-father )

そぼ >>> Sobo >>> My Grandmother >>> ( My Grand-mother )

おじ >>> Oji >>> My Uncler >>> ( My Un-cle )

おば >>> Oba >>> My Aunt >>> ( My Aunt )

しゅじん >>> Shujin >>> My Husband >>> ( My Hus-band )

つま - かない >>> Tsuma - Kanai >>> My Wife ( My Wife )

むすこ >>> Musuko >>> My Son >>> ( My Son )

むすめ >>> Musume >>> My Daughter >>> ( My Daughter )

こども >>> Kodomo >>> Child >>> ( Child )

こどもたち >>> Kodomotachi >>> Children >>> ( Child-ren )

きょだい >>> Kyodai >>> Brother >>> ( Brother )

しまい >>> Shimai >>> Sister >>> ( Sister )

いとこ >>> Itoko >>> Cousin >>> ( Cousin )

りょしん >>> Ryoshin >>> Parent >>> ( Pa-rent )

ふふ >>> Fufu >>> Couple

結婚した >>> Kekkon shita >>> Married >>> ( Marr-ied )

めい >>> Mei >>> Niece >>> ( Niece )

おい >>> Oi >>> Nephew >>> ( Nep-hew )

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Daily Life です - にちじょ せいかつ - Nichijyo Seikatsu

です >>> Desu >>> Full Stop ( . ) End Of Sentence Need Put です

か >>> Ka >>> Question mark ( ? ) >>> ( Quest-tion mark )

で、>>> De >>> Comma ( , ) >>> ( Com-ma )

Are >>>  ( あ )

( ) >>> Bracket is cut the words to learn easyer

はい >>> Hai >>> Yes

ぃいえ >>> Lie >>> No

こにちは >>> Konichiwa >>> Hello

おはようございます > Ohayou gozaimasu >>> Good Morning ( Good Mor-ning ) Good Afternoon ( Good Af-ter-noon )

こんばんわ >>> Konbanwa >>> Good Evening ( Good E-ven-ing )

おやすみ >>> Oyasumi >>> Good Night ( Good Night )

さよなら >>> Sayonara >>> Good Bye ( Good Bye )

おめでとうございます >>> Omedetougozaimasu >>> Congratulations ( Con-gra-tu-la-tion )

くすますおめでとうございます >>> risumasuomedetougozaimasu >>> ( Mer-ry Christ-mas ) ry - り

しんねん おめでとうございます >>> Shinnen Omedeto gozaimasu >>> ( Hap-py New year ) py - ぴ

ありがとうございます >>> Arigatou Gozaimasu >>> Thank You ( Thank You )

ありがとうございますした >>> Arigatou Gozaimasu >>> Thank You ( Thank You ) - Past Tense

どういたしまして >>> Douitashimashite >>> You Are Welcome ( You Are Wel-come ) Are - あ

いらっしゃいます >>> Irasshaimasu >>> Welcome ( Wel-Come )

どうぞ おはいり ください >>> Dozo Ohairi Kudasai >>> Please Come in  ( Please Come in )

どうぞ おかけ ください >>> Dozo Okake Kudasai >>> Please Sit Down ( Please Sit Down )

どうぞ おらくに ください >>> Dozo Orakuni Kudasai >>> Please Make Yourself At Home ( Please Make Your-self At Home )

しょしょ おまち ください >>> ShoSho Omachi Kudasai >>> Just a moment ( Just a Mo-ment Please )

どうぞ ごゆっくり >>> Dozo Goyukkuri >>> Please Take Your Time  ( Please Take Your Time )

おまたせしました >>> Omatase Shimashita >>> Sorry To Keep You Waiting ( Sorry To Keep You Wait-ing ) ing > ています

ゆっくり はなして ください >>> Yukkuri Hanashite Kudasai >>> Please Speck Slowly ( Please Speck Slow-ly )

もいちど おっしゃって ください >>> Moichido Osshatte Kudasai >>> I Beg You Pardon ( I Beg You Par-don )

おじゃま いたし ました >>> Ojyama Itashi Mashita >>> Sorry To Trouble You ( Sor-ry To Trou-ble You )

どういたしまして また どぞ >>> Doitashite Mashite Mata dozo >>> Not At All Please Come Again ( Not At All Please Come Again )

また おあい しましょ >>> Mata Oai Shimasho >>> See You Again ( See You Again )

いっしょ に きて ください >>> Issho Ni Kite Kudasai >>> Please Come With Me ( Please Come With Me )

どぞ こちらえ - きて ください >>> Dozo Kochirae - Kite Kudasai >>> Please Come This Way ( Please Come This Way )

ここ を きれい に してください >>> Koko wo Kirei Ni Shite Kudasai >>> Clean Here Please >>> ( Clean Here Please )

てつだって ください >>> Tetsudatte Kudasai >>> Help Me Please >>> ( Help Me Please )

みせて ください >>> Misete Kudasai >>> Show me Please >>> ( Show Me Please )

ごらん ください >>> Goran Kudasai >>> Look At This Please >>> ( Look At This Please )

いそいで ください >>> Isoide Kudasai >>> Hurry Up Please ( Hur-ry Up Please )

わすれ ないで ください >>> Wasure Naide Kudasai >>> Don't Forget Please ( Don't For-get Please )

どれ ですか - ど ちら ですか >>> Doredesuka - Dochira desuka >>> Which One Is It >>> ( Which One Is It )

どこ ですか >>> Doko Desuka >>> Where is it >>> ( Where Is It )

いつ ですか >>> Itsu Desuka >>> When is it >>> ( When Is It )

なん ですか >>> Nan Desuka >>> What is it >>> ( What Is It )

なぜ ですか - どして ですか - Naze desuka - Doshite Desuka >>> Why >>> ( Why )

ほんと ですか >>> Honto Desuka >>> Is It True >>> ( Is It True )

ちがい ます >>> Chigai Masu >>> It's Wrong >>> ( It's Wrong )

しって います >>> Shitte Imasu >>> I Know >>> ( I Know )

しり ません >>> Shitte masen >>> I Don't Know >>> ( I Don't Know )

まだ です >>> Mada Desu >>> Not Yet >>> ( Not Yet )

おなじ です >>> Onaji Desu >>> It's The Same ( It's The Same )

かまい ません - けっ こです >>> Kamai masen - kekko desu >>> Never mind ( Ne-ver mind )

どぞ ごえんりょ なく>>> Dozo Goeryo Naku >>> Don't Be Shy >>> ( Don't Be Shy )

どぞ おかまい なく>>> Dozo Okamai Naku >>> Don't Trouble Yourself >>> ( Don't trou-ble Your - self )

あなた わ どなた ですか - あなた わ どなた さま ですか >>> Anata Wa Donate Desuka -
Anata Wa Donate Sama Desuka >>> May I Know You Name Please >>> ( May I Know You name please )

はじめまして わたくし わ たん です どぞ よろしく >>> Hajimemashite Watakushi Wa Tan Desu Dozo Yoroshiku >>> I Am Miss Tan Glad To Meet You ( I Am Miss Tan Glad To Meet You )

こちら こそ どぞ よろしく >>> Kochira Koso Dozo Yoroshiku >>> How Do You Do ( How Do You Do )

こちら わ わたしく の しゅじん です >>> Kochira Wa Watakushi No Shujun Desu >>> This Is My Husband ( This Is My Husband )

このかた わ わたくし の ともだち です >>> Konokata Wa Watakushi No Tomodachi Desu >>> This Is My Friend ( This Is My Fri-end )

Sunday, July 7, 2013

This Is My Opinion Only.

All Things being equal, why do some people succeed where others fail ? Sometimes success doesn't come to the smartest person in the room, nor the most resilient, but to the one who's most gracious.

1 . * ~ Don't Take Sides ~ *
As human beings, it's easier to pass judgment on others than to be unbiased and listen to both sides of an argument. But when you show that you are capable of being fair in your dealings with people, you earn their trust and admiration. Co-workers will gravitate towards you since they are assured that their interests are taken care of while they serve yours. ^_^

2. * ~ Talk Less, Listen More ~ *
Listening is one of the most underrated skills at the workplace. When people talk over each other,very little is achieved at the end of the day. Take turns to let others have their say. You be surprised what you can learn when you are not trying so hard to make yourself heard. ^_^

3. * ~ Share Willingly ~ *
It's easy to become self-centred when you are focused on attaining a goal. But that "Me, me, me" mentality is a sure-fire way for things to backfire. No one likes to deal with someone who only has his own interests at heart. Be willing to share the credit and collaborate with others. Two heads are better than one. ^_^

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Sorry my national Service has come. And i lucky get office. Those admin work. I will be off for 2 year or 2 and a half year. i every evening can still go back not a stay on course. But, if i got the chance, . This year 2013 on the May 14. <<< My dooms days Lol... >>> Army. But. ya. I guess be independent also good.... For me, My BMT ( Basic Military Training )  is only 4 weeks... and those weeks are the most hardest part... : (

For >>> Dragon Nest <<< Online Game... Ah... Reach Level Max...  lvl... > > > ~~~ >>>  Lvl 50 ! ! !now have to wait for GM to created more level... I am  Sorceress Smasher. That  all.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Few days ago for supper i make this... Super hungry again... Even, when my dinner is already finish... But, i am still hungry ... And cannot wait to eat. Miso soup. Ramen and japanese crispy chicken. Hmm... Hontoni Oishii - I use to drinking miso soup and kind of very like the favour already. ♥ ^_^  :D

╮( ̄▽ ̄)╭ Friendship With friends in our school. ITE College West ╮( ̄▽ ̄)╭ 

Ah ~ .~ " So, very long i did not blog already... Ok, got to start blogging this days. First best things is Tomorrow ~ ~ ! 2013-4-19 >>> Got to go out again with my best friends... First things. got to take bus to bpp ( Bukit Batok Panjang ) To take a way  my japanese food for lunch also got to buy my favourite soup. Known as Miso >>> みそ Done, i be walking to my college school at ITE College West buy food and also bubble tea. Lime juice for my friend and Coffee ice blended for me. Wait for him at matrix this is a must for me. To treat my friendship well and good. I be leaving home at 10am or 10:30... Cannot wait le... o(≧o≦)o I also graduated from this school already too...      ╮(╯_╰)╭

Those that never see japanese miso soup before ?It is this >>> 


Miso is a traditional Japanese Soup consisting of a stock called "dashi " into which softened miso paste is mixed. Many ingredients are added depending on regional and seasonal recipes, and personal preference.

Pure miso paste nutritional information: Although very high in sodium (over 400% DV), one cup (275 g) of miso paste is an excellent source of dietary fiber (59%) and protein (64% DV), as well as a good source of minerals. Miso paste is also high in amino acids, the basic building blocks of protein. An excellent source of vitamin K and a decent source of riboflavin (38% DV), miso also provides small amounts of other vitamins. One major benefit of miso is its extremely high omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acid content, although the balance is six times greater for omega-6 than omega-3.
The nutritional benefits of miso are incomplete on their own. When low-sodium miso paste is used in combination with ingredients such as tofu, dashi, scallions, katsuobushi (a common ingredient in stock dashi), and other vegetables, however, miso soup can provide a complete meal.

That's why this is my ♥ ~  favourite ~ ♥

Also, Dashi is this >>>