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Post #21 Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 9:20 pm 
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「荒らしのテクニック」
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I like that the Google Translate translation of the title is "Techniques Of Vandalism." :)
The new Google AI (browser version) now gives "Vandalism technique".
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囲碁に荒らしのテクニック    Tampering techniques in Go
囲碁で荒らしのテクニック    Tampering techniques in Go
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国境の長いトンネルを抜けると雪国であった。
1. It was a snowy country when I passed through a long tunnel in the border.
2. The train came out of the long tunnel into the snow country.
Kokkyō no nagai ton'neru o nukeru to yukiguni de atta.

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Post #22 Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 9:44 pm 
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i think arashi can be kind of similar to an invasion in some cases. like when the opponent has a shape that looks like it will become his territory, but you invade, break it up, and turn it into your own territory.

i haven't used this word much, though, so i could be wrong.

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i haven't used this word much, though
Kirby, do you have much opportunity to practice your Japanese ? :)

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Post #24 Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 10:21 pm 
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i haven't used this word much, though
Kirby, do you have much opportunity to practice your Japanese ? :)


Haha. Well, with my current personal situation, I don't study much of anything seriously these days.

I guess the last time I wrote something seriously in Japanese was a couple of years ago. An article I wrote (after a couple of revisions) was published by the December 15, 2014 edition of Go Weekly (http://www.nihonkiin.or.jp/publishing/g ... 41215.html). The page with the article I wrote is in the attached PDF. I wrote about Kuma's visit to the Seattle Go Center. If you want that issue, you should be able to purchase it off the site.

But I'd say more accurately that I have not seriously studied Japanese since about 2005 when I lived there. It's much easier when you're living in the country, and my language study at home since then shifted to Korean, particularly since having kids.

It's fun to read stuff in Japanese online these days, or occasionally post on lang-8, but I wouldn't consider that serious study of any sort.


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Post #25 Posted: Fri Dec 16, 2016 1:41 am 
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Tangorin translates 荒らす as "to lay waste; to devastate; to damage" and "to invade; the break into". So it's the latter use for Go, I think.

Maybe we could translate 「荒らしのテクニック」 as "invading techniques" or "how to lay waste" or something like that.

I don't know about the difference between 荒らし (arashi) and 打ち込み (uchikomi, invasion) though.

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