Where I post translations of songs, comics from pixiv, etc.
Requests are free! WARNING! I'm in no way a fluent Japanese speaker. I make mistakes and I'm aware of it, still, I do this for learning purposes. Don't expect professional translations.
For old translations, check out http://m-i-s-a-k-i.livejournal.com/
I AM SUCH A FAILURE I know I said Sunday buuuuut…
Pokemon Black was way more interesting
ANYWAY! *cough* Here’s the next chapter! http://akahane-tl.weebly.com/
While our next chapter is late again because of our non-existent lives and university I have sad new:
And well, next chapter tomorrow. I hope we can all find some time to get to updates faster…
Anonymous asked: ah sorry, here's the SM#: sm16492591 It's ok, take your time :3
All right, will do <3
Anonymous asked: if you have some free time, can you translate kaoling's freyja system please? :D
Uh…. if you can tell me what that is? I can, but it will take a while since I’m still working on King of the Blue Maze (Still 5 chapters to be translated and one to be uploaded so far) and then there are still some songs and I’ll enter university soon………………………………. *sorry*
After another long break due to the translator trying to improve their language skills in Japan, we’re FINALLY
trying to get back to working on translations again! University and stuff might get in the way but positive thinking, positive thinking…. (Since we’re not charging money it’s alright, haha….)
So for the time being, have chapter 6 of King of the Blue Maze
If you are by any chance a Shingeki no Kyojin fan, you might want to check out the small giveaway I’m doing <3 Take it as an apology for not being able to update at the moment…
Heeeey everyone, I’m so sorry that we’re on a hiatus again but THE TRANSLATOR IS REALLY ENJOYING THEIR STAY IN JAPAN -shot-
I try to translate but I haven’t found the time yet (Also what happened to my typesetteeeeeeeer). So instead, have some learning tips (that totally worked with me at least)
- Use vocabulary cards and those fancy boxes.
- Write stuff down and listen to it.
- Make movements corresponding to verbs you learn while memorizing them.
- Link vocabulary to stuff you like or draw little pictures.
- Don’t look words up on electronic devices. Use a proper dictionary.
- Watch TV in the language you learn. Without subtitles.
- Study. Every. Day.
- Don’t be afraid to talk to natives.
- If so, don’t be afraid to make mistakes
God bless my proofreaders