Re: [76attendees] Japanese Dialog

Arnoud van Wijk <arnoud@realtimetext.org> Tue, 03 November 2009 22:54 UTC

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Thank you.
And do you have some text saying:
I am Deaf.

Not in the way of mute or so. But simply I cannot hear, I must lipread. 
But most native Asian speakers do not articulate if they speak english.
And I am aware that when they realise it is my totally lack of good 
ears. It makes things easier. :-)

I did learn (if not blurred by time)
Watashi wa, mimi ga kikoemasen.

It should mean: "I am deaf." or maybe saying I cannot hear my ears are 
bad.:-)

Domo Arigato.

Arnoud


Akira Kato wrote:
> Folks,
>
> For your convenience, some Japanese dialog pdf files are on-line:
>
> 	http://www.ietf76.jp/narita-jr.pdf
> 	http://www.ietf76.jp/kansai-jr.pdf
> 	http://www.ietf76.jp/hiroshima-taxi.pdf
>
> I'm afraid if you need to install Japanse fonts to your PDF printing
> environment to print them out on your non-Japanese printer. You may
> end up to print a screen copy in some cases.
>
> -- Akira Kato, leaving home to Hiroshima
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