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    omendezcr is offline Senior Member Regular
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    The biggest difference in the way we could pronounce stuff, would be the H, because in spanish it has no sound, it sound like a J in our language. So Hogake: Jo-ka-gue, hehe

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    Masterfilth is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    ^ The only difference is the accents, there's not that much difference in pronunciation amongst the english language

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    qbsenuef is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Pronounce per syllable, no long vowel sounds. One vowel per syllable?

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    999Ghosts is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Akatsuki = A - kats - ki
    Hokage = Hoh - kah - ghe

    >_<

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    Whatapyro is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Vast majority of it I pronounce as its supposed to be, but certain things like Anime (call it ah nuh may) and Zabuza (kinda like zub zuh)

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    mystic_guard_sinoel is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Anybody care to listen to somebody who actually knows Japanese?

    Anyways the Japanese has five phonetics or sounds for you simpletons...

    A as in AHHHH!!! The monster is going to eat me!

    I as in EEEEEEEEK without the K.

    U as in OOOH! That's a nice new car.

    E as in EHHH? What are you talking about?

    And O as in Oh. I understand.


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    mele-3-4 is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    well im learning japanese so i always try to pronounce things the correct way, otherwise your wrong and make no sence

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    irecinius is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    @MGS thats for english speakers, but its nice.

    Also. you forgot to mention that All syllables receive the same amount of stress or emphasis.

    Its:
    "a-ka-tsu-ki" NOT "a-KA-TSU-ki"


    Here is a free text-to-speech japanese program:
    http://www.vector.co.jp/soft/dl/win9.../se152596.html

    Click on the blue "daunroodo" Button ^^


    Lol daunroodo.....
    "Chile is a thin and tall country"

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    BoltBlader is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    really? does every1 pronounce it as A - cat- su -ki?

    I've always been pronouncing it as A-kats-ski

    and hokage as Hoe-car-gay

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    richthofen is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    I pronounce it like japanese people does.Turkish and Japanese are very similar.

    Hokage as hokage
    Akatsuki is a little different for me because I pronounce it as akat-suki instead of aka-tsuki.
    We don't have something like tsu in turkish.I can say it,though.
    "In CN we trust"
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