greetings and salutations :)

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McHanzo Week 2017

Day 5: Traditional || Unorthodox

There may be some translation errors, I am no native speaker to either of the languages. But the gist of what McCree said in Spanish was “Mind if I join you?” and “It’s rather dangerous there isn’t it?” and in Japanese, “愛する“ (Aisuru) Which is ‘Love’ where he was trying to go for “挨拶” (Aisatsu) Which is ‘Greetings’ or ‘Salutations’.
What Hanzo was saying was “あの…何?” (Ano…nani?) which directly translates to ‘That…what?’

An edit to the comic as a lovely ask informed me that Cinco de Mayo is not celebrated nationally in Mexico, it is celebrated only in the state of Puebla.

Your light is seen, your Heart is Known , your Soul is cherished by more people than you might Imagine. If you knew how many others have been touched in wonderful ways by You, you would Be astonished. If you knew how many people Feel so much for you, you would be shocked. You are far more wonderful than you think you are. Rest easy with that. Breathe Again. You are Doing fine. More than fine. Better than fine. You’re Doing Great and don’t let anything or anyone steal Your right to Feel Good About Yourself.”

listen up beyotches

ive decided who i want to play heather chandler if heathers goes to broadway

SAMANTHA MARIE WARE

while she looks 10/10 in blue and could be veronica,

I CHALLENGE YOU HEATHER CHANDLER
she looks killer in red

she has A T T I T U D E

AND IMAGINE THESE HIPS IN CANDY STORE

HONEY WHATCHA WAITING FOR

greetings and salutations, east coast Heathers fans! doesn’t it suck when you want to see Heathers, but it’s only playing across the pond on the West End? yeah, it does.
that’s why i’m so psyched to announce the Maryland Ensemble Theatre’s run of Heathers! gather your friends and make your way down to Frederick, Maryland at the end of this month.
please reblog this so that east coast Heathers fans have a chance to witness this incredible production. it’s gonna be big fun ;-)

French Questions Masterpost

Hi guys. I finally got to posting the French master post I told you guys about. Hopefully it’s helpful. Btw I’m thinking about posting another mp on how to use passe comopose for French (Maybe Next Week). Anyways please message me if you have questions or just want to be friends :) Bye!

New Speakers

  • Oui/Non (whee/no) - yes/no
  • S'il vous plaît (see voo play) - Please
  • Parlez-vous anglais? (parlay vooz ong-glay) - Do you speak English?
  • Merci (mair-see) - Thank you
  • Voici (vwah-see) - Here is
  • Voilà (vwah-la)- There is
  • De rien (du-rhee-en) - You’re welcome
  • Je ne comprends pas (zhe nhe comp-rehn pah) - I don’t understand
  • J'ai besoin d'aide (zhay buh-swahn ded) - I need help
  • Excusez-moi (escoosay mwah) - Excuse me
  • Je ne sais pas (zhe-nhe say paw) - I don’t know
  • Il y a (eel ee aw) - There is

Greetings

  • Bonjour (bon zhoor) - Good morning
  • Bonsoir ( bon swar) - Good night/evening
  • Bon après-midi (bon ah-pray mee-dee) - Good afternoon
  • Madame (mah-dahm) - Miss (or Mrs. preceeded by a last name)
  • Monsieur (mihn-see-yuh) - Sir
  • Comment allez-vous?(co-mo-tah-lay-voo) - How are you?
  • Au revoir (o-rhe-vwa) - Goodbye

Informal Greetings  

  • Salut (saw-loo) - Hi
  • Ça va? (saw-vaw) - How’s it going?
  • Ça va bien (saw-vaw-bee-en) - I’m fine

Question Words

  • Combien? (comb-bee-en) - How much?
  • Où? (oo) - Where?
  • Quand? (kond) - When?
  • Quelle/Quel/Quelles/Quels? (kell) - What?
  • Pourquoi? (por-kwah) - Why?
  • Comment? (co mo) - How?

On the Go

  • à droite (ah la dwaht) - to the right or on the right
  • à gauche (ah go-sh) - to the left or on the left
  • au marché (oh mar-shay) - the market
  • au restaurant (oh rest-o-rahn) - to the restaurant
  • à la plage (ah lah plaj) - to the beach
  • à l'hôtel (ah low-tell) - to the hotel
  • l'aéroport (l'air-o-por) - airport
  • par avion (pahr ah-vee-ohn) - by plane
  • aux toilettes (oh twa-lett) - bathroom

Other Questions 

  • Do you speak English?

Est-ce que vous parlez anglais?

ehs-kuhvoohpahr-leyahN-gleh?

  • How are you?

Comment allez-vous?

koh-mahN-tah-ley-vooh?

  • Would you help me please?

Pourriez-vous m’aider?

poh-ree-eyvoohmey-dey ?

  • What’s your name?

Comment vous appelez-vous?

koh-mahNvooh-zah-pley-vooh?

  • What time is it?

Quelle heure est-il ?

kehluhreh-teel?

  • What’s the weather like?

Quel temps fait-il?

kehltahNfeh-teel?

  • How much does … cost?

Combien coûte…?

kohN-byaNkooht… ?

  • Where can I find …?

Où est-ce que je peux trouver…?

oohehs-kuhzhuhpuhtrooh-vey….?

  • Where are the bathrooms?

Où sont les toilettes?

oohsohNleytwah-leht?

  • Do you have… ?

Avez-vous…?

ah-veyvooh… ?

  • Where is… ?

Où est…?

ooh eh…?

  • Could you please speak more slowly?

Pourriez-vous parler plus lentement,s’ilvous 

plaît?

pooh-ree-ey-voohpahr-leyplewlahNt-mahN,seelvoohpleh?

  • Could you repeat that, please?

Pourriez-vous répéter,s’ilvous 

plaît?

pooh-ree-ey-voohrey-pey-tey,seelvoohpleh?


Resources: French for Dummies and Lovetoknow

The Warrior’s Prayer

I am what I am.
In having faith in the beauty within me I develop trust.
In softness I have strength.
In silence I walk with the gods.
In peace I understand myself and the world.
In conflict I walk away.
In detachment I am free.
In respecting all living things I respect myself.
In dedication I honour the courage within me.
In eternity I have compassion for the nature of all things.
In love I unconditionally accept the evolution of others.
In freedom I have power.
In my individuality I express the God-Force within me.
In service I give of what I have become.
I am what I am:
Eternal, immortal, universal, and infinite.
And so be it. 

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Episode 21 Word Bank

We finally have our Work Bank.

The word bank is not an index, or a glossary. Instead, it’s a selection of words that we consider worth learning, or at least putting somewhere in one’s mind. 

As you’re aware, every single word in the episode is defined. So this is something more for the hardcore studiers. 

You’ll find the word in Japanese script, the Romaji in parentheses (), the definition, and then the Part of the runthrough where this word can be found in brackets []. It may not be the first time it appears, but it will be there.


Functional Units

は (wa) — topical particle

って (tte) — casual topical particle

が (ga) — nominative particle

に (ni) — dative particle 

へ (he) — locative particle

の (no) — genitive particle

で (de) — instrumental particle

を (wo) — accusative particle

と (to) — quotative particle

って (tte) — casual quotative particle

と (to) — comitative particle

も (mo) — secondary particle, meaning “too” or “even”

さ (sa) — emphatic secondary particle

の/ん (no/n) — substantivizing suffix

し (shi) — conjunctival suffix, marking an item in a non-exhaustive list 

でしょう (deshou) — dubitative ending particle (verbal expression)

だろ (daro) — dubitative ending particle (verbal expression)

ね (ne) — dubitative ending particle

な (na) — casual dubitative ending particle

よ (yo) — emphatic ending particle

ぞ (zo) — emphatic, sometimes imperative, ending particle

か (ka) — interrogative ending particle 

から (kara) — post-position, meaning “from”

まで (made) — post-position, meaning “to” or “up to”

で (de) — post-position, meaning “at” 

より (yori) — post-position, meaning “than”

けど (kedo) — conjunction, meaning “though”

が (ga) — conjunction, meaning “though” 


Nouns & Pronouns

あっち (acchi) — over there [5]

あなた (anata) — second person singular pronoun [26]

あんた (anta) — casual second person singular pronoun [23]

あの (ano) — that over there [4]

跡 (ato) — sign, indication [14]

挨拶 (aisatsu) — greeting, salute [8]

あいつ (aitsu) — casual third person plural pronoun, “that person over there” [3]

あれ (are) — that (thing) [11]

明日 (ashita) — tomorrow [20]

あったり前 (attarimae) — obvious [6]

ば (ba) — old woman, grandmother [16]

バカ者 (baka-mono) — idiot [1]

別 (betsu) — separate [17]

僕 (boku) — first person masculine singular pronoun, “I” [4]

部下 (buka) — subordinate [11]

分解 (bunkai) — disassembly, deconstruction [34]

美人 (bijin) — beautiful person [2]

血 (ち) — blood [5]

地下 (chika) — basement [8]

小さい (chiisai) — small [6]

ちっぽけ (chippoke) — tiny [4]

地図 (chizu) — map [4]

中尉 (chuui) — lieutenant (military rank) [8]

中心 (chuushin) — center, middle [8]

大総統 (daisoutou) — great leader, supreme leader, führer [8]

だけ (dake) — only [12]

駄目 (dame) — no good [13]

誰か (dareka) — somebody [36]

誰も (daremo) — nobody [36]

電話 (denwa) — telephone [12]

どっち (docchi) — which one? [34]

度胸 (dokyou) — courage, nerve [29]

永遠 (eien) — eternity [36]

獲物 (emono) — prize, catch [10]

餌 (esa) — bait [29]

不死身 (fujimi) — immortality [17]

服 (fuku) — uniform [24]

不可解 (fukakai) — mystery [9]

付随 (fuzui) — paralysis [11]

我慢 (gaman) — patience [2]

現実 (genjitsu) — reality [6]

犠牲者 (giseisha) — victim [29]

誤報 (gohou) — misinformation [33]

軍 (gun) — army [9]

軍曹 (gunsou) — sergeant [14]

牛乳 (gyuunyuu) — (cow’s) milk [6]

派手 (hade) — showy, flashy [26]

鋼 (hagane) — steel [9]

排除 (haijo) — elimination [35]

花 (hana) — flower [36]

発砲 (happou) — firing (of a gun) [32]

変 (hen) — weird [9]

部屋 (heya) — room [2]

日替わり (higawari) — daily special [4]

光 (hikari) — light, a beam of light [4]

暇 (hima) — free time [23]

額 (hitai) — forehead, brow [16]

人 (hito) — person [1]

人目 (hitome) — public notice [26]

星 (hoshi) — star [36]

方 (hou) — way, manner [2]

一 (ichi) — one [10]

異常 (ijou) — abnormality [33]

いくつも (ikutsumo) — a great many [4]

一飯 (ippan) — meal [19]

入り口 (iriguchi) — entrance [14]

入れ墨 (irezumi) — tattoo [16]

石 (ishi) — stone, rock [12]

一緒 (issho) — together [2]

いや (iya) — disagreeable [7]

邪魔 (jama) — hindrance, intrusion [35]

自分らしさ (jibunrashisa) — individuality [36]

自重 (jichou) — prudence [9]

実家 (jikka) — childhood home [12]

人体 (jintai) — human body [34]

情報 (jouhou) — information [5]

壁 (kabe) — wall [36]

下半身 (kahanshin) — lower body [11]

快晴 (kaisei) — good weather [28]

監察医 (kanatsui) — medical examiner [11]

看護師 (kangoshi) — nurse [2]

可能性 (kanousei) — possibility [5]

官邸 (kantei) — residence [8]

体 (karada) — body [5]

彼 (kare) — third person masculine singular pronoun, “he.” [3]

仮説 (kasetsu) — theory [5]

憲兵 (kenpei) — military police [13]

危機 (kiki) — danger [17]

貴様 (ki-sama) — second person singular pronoun, “you” [2]

季節 (kisetsu) — season [36]

こっち (kocchi) — this one, over here [6]

こちら (kochira) — this one, over here [31]

国家 (kokka) — the state [13]

心 (kokoro) — heart, mind [4]

この (kono) — this [8]

これ (kore) — this (thing) [16]

個室 (koshitsu) — private room [2]

気 (ki) — energy [10]

貴重 (kichou) — precious [14]

君 (kimi) — second person masculine singular pronoun, “you” [36]

ここ (koko) — here [14]

こと (koto) — thing [1]

言葉 (kotoba) — word; language [1]

交差 (kousa) — crossing [4]

国 (kuni) — country, nation [24]

食らう (kurau) — to eat [11]

傷 (kizu) — scar, wound [16]

行動 (koudou) — action [27]

距離 (kyori) — distance [8]

巨大 (kyodai) — huge [11]

許可 (kyoka) — permission [12]

今日 (kyou) — today [52]

興味 (kyoumi) — interest [18]

協力 (kyouryoku) — cooperation [18]

急 (kyuu) — urgent, sudden [36]

休暇 (kyuuka) — leave, vacation [13]

街 (machi) — town, neighborhood [26]

街中 (machijuu) — the whole town [26]

持ちきり (machikiri) — hot topic [26]

窓 (mado) — window [18]

前 (mae) — in front, ahead [17]

まま (mama) — still, as it is [4]

真っ白 (masshiro) — pure white [4]

巡り (meguri) — circumference [36]

命運 (meiun) — fate [19]

道 (michi) — road [36]

見舞い (mimai) — visiting the sick [8]

もの (mono) — thing [11]

申し訳 (moushiwake) — excuse [1]

基 (moto) — base, origin [8]

ムチャ (mucha) — absurd [29]

むだ (muda) — useless, futile [35]

無理 (muri) — impossible [14]

無用 (muyou) — useless [25]

涙 (namida) — (crying) tear [36]

何 (nani) — what? [11]

ネズミ (nezumi) — mouse; rat [4]

鼠色 (nezumi iro) — gray-colored [4]

兄 (nii/ani) — older brother [5]

肉体 (nikutai) — one’s body, one’s flesh [5]

臭い (nioi) — scent [33]

じ (ji) — uncle, old man [16]

お前 (omae) — casual second person pronoun, “you” [11]

女 (onna) — woman [12]

おおよそ (ooyoso) — rough [8]

おおきな (ookina) — large [16]

おれ (ore) — casual first person masculine singular pronoun [6]

恩 (on) — debt, gratitude [19]

終わり (owari) — ending [13]

落書き (rakugaki) — scribbling, graffiti

礼 (rei) — reward, gesture of appreciation [25]

錬金術師 (renkinjitsushi) — alchemist [12]

錬成 (rensei) — transmutation [5]

練習 (renshuu) — those people [8]

力量 (rikiryou) — ability, capacity [14]

利用 (riyou) — use [3]

両足 (ryou-ashi) — both legs [10]

了解 (ryoukai) — understanding, comprehension [24]

両目 (ryou-me) — both eyes [4]

先 (saki) — before, previous [23]

作戦 (sakusan) — strategy [18]

さすが (sasuga) — as one would expect [31]

生活 (seikatsu) — lifestyle [12]

精神 (seishin) — soul, mind [5]

世界 (sekai) — world [4]

背中 (senaka) — back (anatomy) [24]

戦友 (sen’yuu) — war buddy [11]

せず (sezu) — without [9]

至急 (shikyuu) — urgent [31]

死者 (shisha) — deceased [16]

身長 (shinchou) — height [6]

心配 (shinpai) — worry, concern [3]

少佐 (shousa) — major, lieutenant commander (military rank) [13]

すぐ (sugu) — immediately [15]

睡眠 (suimin) — sleep [7]

真相 (shinsou) — truth [17]

司令部 (shireibu) — headquarters [13]

下 (shita) — below [4]

失礼 (shitsurei) — discourtesy [21]

少年 (shounen) — youth, young boy [32]

そこ (soko) — there [2]

その (sono) — that [8]

そんな (sonna) — such, like that [5]

曹長 (souchou) — sergeant major (military rank) [8]

空 (sora) — sky [4]

大佐 (taisa) — colonel (military rank) [1]

旅 (tabi) — travel [4]

退役 (taieki) — retiring from military service [12]

大切 (taisetsu) — important [26]

対峙 (taiji) — confronting [17]

大将 (taishou) — chief (military rank) [12]

魂 (tamashii) — soul [2]

多数 (tasuu) — great in number [16]

手詰まり (tedzumari) — stalemate, dead end [21]

敵 (teki) — enemy [1]

扉 (tobira) — gate [3]

途中 (tochuu) — en route, along, midway [36]

時 (toki) — time [5]

特徴 (tokuchou) — feature, characteristic [16]

所 (tokoro) — place [13]

年 (toshi) — year [6]

年寄り (toshiyori) — old person [11]

つぼ (tsubo) — vase [26]

次 (つぎ) — next [31]

使い (tsukai) — talk [8]

通達 (tsuutatsu) — notice [16]

腕 (ude) — arm [20]

上 (ue) — top, above [24]

噂 (uwasa) — rumor [26]

分け前 (wakemae) — portion [30]

我々 (wareware) – first person plural pronoun, “we” [2]

私 (watashi) — first person singular pronoun, “I” [1]

約束 (yakusoku) — promise [19]

野郎 (yarou) — brat; bastard; disliked person [2]

やつ (yatsu) — casual third person singular pronoun, “that guy” [2]

よう (you) — form, likeness [25]

予想外 (yougai) — unexpected [10]

行方不明 (yukuefumei) — missing, unaccounted for [27]

夢 (yume) — dream [4]

雑貨屋 (zakkaya) — general store [12]

全市 (zenshi) — the entire city [16]


Verbs

あごで使う (ago de tsukau) — to push someone around [29]

当たる (ataru) — to hit

会う (au) — to meet [14]

開ける (akeru) — to open [14] 

諦める (akirameru) — to give up [1]

現れる (arawareru) — to show up [16]

ある (aru) — copula [1]

歩く (aruku) — to walk [36]

ちゃう (chau) — to complete; for an occurrence to be inconvenient [1]

だ (da) — copula [2]

出来る (dekiru) — to be able to do [3]

出る (deru) — to leave, to exit [1]

どこか (dokoka) — anywhere, somewhere [10]

降り出す (furidasu) — to begin to rain [4]

払う (harau) — to buy [25]

働く (hataraku) — to work [10]

始まる (hajimaru) — to begin, to start [30]

引き出す (hikidasu) — to draw out [9]

拾う (hirou) — to pick up, to gather [36]

生きる (ikiru) — to live [1]

行く (iku) — to go [4]

いらっしゃる (irassharu) — to come, to go (honorific) [21]

いる (iru) — copula [1]

言う (iu) — to say [1]

退く (hiku) — to stand aside [30]

自分 (jibun) — oneself [22]

帰す (kaesu) — to send (back) [2]

かける (kakeru) — “to hang” or “to apply” [9]

描く (kaku) — to draw [36]

感じる (kanjiru) — to feel [33]

変わる (kawaru) — to be different; to change [35]

数える (kazoeru) — to count [8]

汚す (kegasu) — to dirty, to get hurt [7]

聞き出す (kikidasu) — to get information out of someone [15]

決まる (kimaru) — to decide [22]

傷つく (kizutsuku) — to be wounded [8]

困る (komaru) — to get in trouble [14]

こんな (konna) — like this [23]

殺す (korosu) — to kill [2]

ください (kudasai) — “please;” from kudasaru (honorific verb) to give to one [2]

くれる (kureru) — to give to one [13]

来る (kuru) — to come [2]

加える (kuwaeru) — to add [16]

任せる (makaseru) — to entrust [1]

まねる (maneru) — to mimic [29]

回る (mawaru) — to turn [13]

迷う (mayou) — to get lost [36]

交ぜる (mazeru) — to combine [5]

見る (miru) — to see [4]

見捨てる (misuteru) — to abandon [24]

認める (mitomeru) — to recognize, to admit [6]

持ち逃げる (mochinigeru) — to run off with something [19]

戻る (modoru) — to return [20]

もらう (morau) — to receive, to receive a benefit from another’s action [10]

持つ (motsu) — to carry [5]

向き合う (mukiau) — to come face-to-face with” [6]

泣く (naku) — to cry [17]

失くす (nakusu) — to some something

直す (naosu) — to correct [26]

なる (naru) — to become [32]

寝る (neru) — to sleep [7]

逃げる (nigeru) — to escape [35]

滲む (nijimu) — to run away [4]

伸びる (nobiru) — to grow [6]

残す (nokosu) — to leave behind [14]

飲む (nomu) — to drink [7]

おびき出す (obikidasu) — to lure out [17]

思う (omou) — to think [17]

おく (oku) — to place [22]

襲う (osou) — to attack [17]

咲かす (sakasu) — to hold up to the light [4]

誘う (sasou) — to invite [4]

刺す (sasu) — to stab [12]

背負う (seou) — to be burdened with [6]

しまう (shimau) — to finish, for an action to be an inconvenience to one [28]

信じる (shinjiru) — to believe [1]

死ぬ (shinu) — to die [20]

する (suru) — to do [1]

捨てる (suteru) — to discard [22]

食べる (taberu) — to eat [35]

企む (takurami) — to scheme [11]

頼む (tanomu) — to beg [23]

助ける (tasukeru) — to rescue [18]

立つ (tatsu) — to stand up [8]

照らす (terasu) — to illuminate [36]

届く (todoku) — to reach, to get through [4]

途切れる (togireru) — to be interrupted [12]

捕まえる (tsukamaeru) — to arrest, to capture [30]

付ける (tsukeru) — to affix, to attach [15]

作る (tsukuru) — to make [36]

繋がる (tsunagaru) — to be connected [6]

釣る (tsuru) — to fish [10]

強がる (tsuyogaru) — to act tough [36]

飛ぶ (tobu) — to fly, to leap [33]

取る (toru) — to take, to take in [5]

疑う (utagau) — to doubt [18]

分かる (wakaru) — to scheme [11]

忘れる (wasureru) — to forget [27]

焼く (yaku) — to burn [3]

役立つ (yakudatsu) — to serve a purpose, to be useful [27]

やる (yaru) — to do [12]

よこす (yokosu) — to hand over [30]

揺れる (yureru) — to sway, to shake [36]


Adjectival Verbs

危ない (abunai) — dangerous [20]

ありがたい (arigatai) — thankful [11]

早い (hayai) — early [20]

ほしい (hoshii) — wanted, desired [27]

いい (ii) — good [7]

痛い (itai) — painful [2]

怖い (kowai) — scary [27]

長い (nagai) — long [36]

多い (ooi) — many, various (countable) [13]

遅い (osoi) — late; too late [3]

寂しい (sabishii) — lonely [36]

しんどい (shindoi) — tired [30]

楽しい (tanoshii) — fun, enjoyable [31]

突拍子もない (toppyoushi mo nai) — crazy, far-fetched [6]

強い (tsuyoi) — strong [4]

うるさい (urusai) — noisy, loud; “be quiet” [2]

安い (yasui) — easy, relaxed, cheap [26]

よしい (yoshii) — good (polite) [33]


Adverbs

あんまり (anmari) — too much, too - [11]

ちゃんと (chanto) — properly, exactly [8]

ちょっと (chotto) — a little, “wait a minute” [5]

大至急 (daishikyuu) — as soon as possible [33]

だいたい (daitai) — generally, mainly [2]

どう (dou) — how? [5]

どこまでも (dokomademo) — anywhere, persistently [4]

再び (futatabi) — once again [16]

はっきり (hakkiri) — clearly, definitively [8]

引き続き (hiki-tsudzuki) — for a long time [1]

他 (hoka) — other [16]

以後 (igo) — henceforth, from here on out [9]

今 (ima) — now [3]

まさか (masaka) — “no way!” “you don’t say” [3]

まっすぐ (massugu) — straight ahead [4]

まだ (mada) — still, yet, hithero [4]

もっと (motto) — more [1]

なんで (nande) — why? [2]

なんて (nante) — a thing like (despective) [22]

なぜ (naze) — why? [2]

のこのこ (nokonoko) — nonchalantly [1]

おそらく (osoraku) — likely [27]

せっかく (sekkaku) — finally [12]

しょっちゅう (shocchuu) — always, constantly [7]

そう (sou) — such, in that way [7]

少し (sukoshi) — a little bit [20]

すんなり (sunnari) — with no objection [13]

多分 (tabun) — perhaps [17]

やっぱり (yappari) — as expected [26]


Interjections

あ (a) — “oh” [2]

はあ (haa) — “huh?” [5]

はい (hai) — “yes” [1]

ほう (hou) — “Oh”

くそ (kuso) — “Shit…” [21]

ったく (ttaku) — “damn..” [12]

うわっ (uwah) — “agh” [31]

やあ (yaa) — “hi” [10]

よう (you) — “hi” [10]