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I need somebody to translate this japanese picture for me. What are they saying in the picture? I'd assume it is in japanese (:
 http://31.media.tumblr.com/01a01b3f51c197b56b55dd3ccefd553b/tumblr_mf8g8da32c1ra

If the link didnt work I attached the picture too (:

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Hi Linnea!

Sorry for the late response, but thanks for your patience!

Yes, the image is in Japanese!  It's a little hard to understand what they're saying without any context, but it's something like this:

"I'm gonna go check out Nanja Town (which I left in your care).  I sure hope you didn't make any crappy sweets."

I don't know if that helps, so let me know if you have any further questions!

Take care!

Brian

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Any and all questions about the Japanese language. There are two ways to learn a language: academically (through books and textbooks and classes) and naturally (talking to people, watching TV, reading novels/comics, etc.). The first will teach you the "correct" way to speak the language, but only the second will really enable you to talk to the people as they talk. I learned naturally, so if you want to know how REAL Japanese people speak, ask me. If you just want to finish your homework or pass a test, I don't think I can be of much help to you.

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Been living in Japan almost six years and have been studying Japanese that whole time. Have passed the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) at the 2nd level (and I intend to pass it at the first level this year). Have no problem with hiragana and katakana (basic character system) and am quite adept at kanji, as well. I use Japanese in day to day life so I shouldn't have much trouble with any topics concerning basics, fundamentals or conversation.

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Mostly self-studied, but have spent about a total of four months in Japanese language schools.

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