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何時ですか。
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mayok - Jun 19th 2011, 13:08
すみません、何時はそれを何ですか?
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mayok - Jun 19th 2011, 13:17
何時ですか。
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Sentence #5059

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何時ですか。

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几点了?
jǐ diǎn le ?

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  1. Jun 19th 2011, 13:09
    Hallo Mayok!
    Bist du dir der ganzen Sprachen hier wirklich sicher?
    Dieser japanische Satz hier kommt mir nämlich ziemlich Spanisch vor...
  2. Jun 19th 2011, 13:18
    Stimmt, Hab's berichtigt und in Kanji geschrieben.
  3. Jun 19th 2011, 13:20
    Wie wäre es mit einem der folgenden (damit auch das 'Entschuldigung' erhalten bleibt)?

    すみませんが、今は何時ですか。
    すみませんが、何時ですか。

  4. Jun 19th 2011, 13:21
    It's better to wirte it in hiragana なんじ because of いつ which is writed in the same way in kanji.

    By the way, yesterday I exactly send the same sentence in kanji to a japanese, and he didn't understand.
  5. Jun 19th 2011, 13:25
    @Quazel: really? I never saw いつ in kanji, but I often saw なんじ in kanji...
  6. Jun 19th 2011, 13:29
    I guessed that too.

    I was in a niconico live video, I comment "何時ですか” and the guy didn't understand until I comment "なんじ、ごめん” :p

    So maybe need a piece of advice from a native ?
  7. Jun 19th 2011, 13:33
    Maybe he just didn't understand because of missing context? (Like: 日本で、今何時ですか。)

    Best would be to ask that guy himself... :D
  8. Jun 19th 2011, 13:43
    Yeah, you're probably right, but if as you say いつ is almost only writed in hiragana and なんじ in kanji, the guy should have understand directly, no ?
  9. Jun 22nd 2011, 14:03
    I unlinked it, as it doesn't match the other sentences ('excuse me' was missing)

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