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How to say "I recently learned just how to speak sdrta.net" in sdrta.net?is it:

watashi wa hanasemashita nihongo koto ga saikin manabimasu

or

watashi wa nihongo hanasemashita koto ga saikin manabimasu

or other else?

I can"t check out kanji for this reason please, if you answer please don"t use kanji.

Edit:Also, can someone call me why saikin is prior to nihongo and also not before naraimashita in the an initial answer to my question?


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Passing judgement around your very own sdrta.net skills while talking v a sdrta.net native speaker is a little strange. I"d recommend:

"日本語にほんごができるようになっている気きがしています。"

(1) "気きがしています" adds the definition that your opinion about your sdrta.net skills is yours alone.

(2) The present constant tense "~~になっている" to add the meaning that friend think the you space on the course to ending up being good, yet are not quite there yet.

(3) If you want to tension your conversational skills, as opposed to her holistic skill, this could be preferred:"日常会話にちじょうかいわができるようになっている気きがしています。"


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answer Jul 6 "15 in ~ 3:24
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"I newly learned just how to speak sdrta.net."

I would interpret this differently depending on what the message you wish to convey.

"Watashi ha saikin, nihongo wo manandeimashita."



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