Learn Kansai-ben from Daichen

Posted on 31. Jul, 2010 @ 4:19 am by in Humor, Language, Media, Movies, Osaka Views: 4,762

Learn Kansaiben the Daichen style! (チンピラ?)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWMqdmXSeS0

In order to, “add value,” I have provided the Japanese text of the Kansai-ben.

Starting from 0:41 in the video

だまれってゆっとるやろが!
ああ?われら何様のつもりや
大人なめとったら痛い目あうぞ
あぁ!ほんましばくぞ、われ。ほっんとに!
Other guy: やめてください。落ち着いて下さい。
おい、今なんの時間や
おい、質問聞いとんねや
答えろや
今なんの時間や?遊びの時間か?
ちゃうやろ、英語の時間じゃ
英語の時間なにするんや?英語勉強するんや
ったく、ほんまに。
おい、そこの三人
われら三人が一番うるさかったんや
ちょっとケジメ付け
これでケジメ付けろや
これでな、わしの目の前でな、指つめ
(eating – おいしいですね)

If anyone want’s to do a hiragana only or romaji version feel free to throw it in the comments.

Here is another quick Daichen video introducing AKAN.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOQA5-EUpTc&NR=1

If you love Kansai-ben, be sure to check out our Kansai-ben teaching iPhone App.

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Kansai-ben Lesson 1 from yours truly.

There are more Kansai-ben related things on this blog, just hit the search.

- Harvey

Don't mess with Daichen.

  • http://daichensworld.blogspot.com Daichen

    That’s so awesome! Thanx so much for using my videos! I feel honored! Keep up the great job!

  • http://yonasu.com/ yonasu

    Daichen is hilarious! xD

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