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English term or phrase:You are the best teacher
Japanese translation:Ima made deatta nakade ichiban ii sensei datta to omoi masu
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08:01 Mar 8, 2002
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: best teacher
hi,
I would like to thank my teacher why helped me out in my studies .So will this sentence "iro iro o sewa ni narimashita "be sounding good
How do i say "YOU ARE THE BEST TEACHER......" can i put it in as "ananta wa ichiban sensei desu , or is there another better way for putting this ....
please help me out
type out in romanji , s'il vous plait ....
priya
Priya Narayan
Ima made deatta nakade ichiban ii sensei datta to omoi masu
Explanation:
Literally it means, "I think you are the best teacher I have met so far"

Ima= now, present
made= until
deatta= met (deau = meet and is the present tense)
nakade= among
ichiban=the most, the best, number one
ii=good
sensei=teacher
datta= was

"iro iro o sewa ni narimashita" sounds great and I like that one!
Precisely, iro iro can mean in many respects
If you replace iro iro with "Taihen", it would mean a great deal.
Actually both of them are good.

I am sure your teacher will be very glad to hear you say, "Iro iro osewa ni narimashita. Ima made deatta nakade ichiban ii sensei datta to omoi masu."
"Taihen osewa ni narimashita. Ima made deatta nakade ichiban ii sensei datta to omoi masu."
These are for spoken Japanese. If you want to write to you teacher, replace "ii" with "yoi".

Good luck and let us know how your teacher reacted!
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mimichan
Local time: 14:43
Grading comment
domo arigato gozaimasu....when i sent this message my sensei immediately replied (on line msn ):nihongo wa jozu ni narimasu ne......thankz 4 that ,but he never knew who had been helpin' me out ...............
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Ima made deatta nakade ichiban ii sensei datta to omoi masu


Explanation:
Literally it means, "I think you are the best teacher I have met so far"

Ima= now, present
made= until
deatta= met (deau = meet and is the present tense)
nakade= among
ichiban=the most, the best, number one
ii=good
sensei=teacher
datta= was

"iro iro o sewa ni narimashita" sounds great and I like that one!
Precisely, iro iro can mean in many respects
If you replace iro iro with "Taihen", it would mean a great deal.
Actually both of them are good.

I am sure your teacher will be very glad to hear you say, "Iro iro osewa ni narimashita. Ima made deatta nakade ichiban ii sensei datta to omoi masu."
"Taihen osewa ni narimashita. Ima made deatta nakade ichiban ii sensei datta to omoi masu."
These are for spoken Japanese. If you want to write to you teacher, replace "ii" with "yoi".

Good luck and let us know how your teacher reacted!


mimichan
Local time: 14:43
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
PRO pts in pair: 16
Grading comment
domo arigato gozaimasu....when i sent this message my sensei immediately replied (on line msn ):nihongo wa jozu ni narimasu ne......thankz 4 that ,but he never knew who had been helpin' me out ...............

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