You said things got explained in Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni early on, yet I'm still working things out (eg I recently worked out who stole the syringe in the fourth episode).
Also, hey Nappy, how's it going?
And id say I'm doing fairly good.
Also....LE NAPPY! (Ok someone really needs to explain this one to me).
I need to find the second season.
Le is a French term for masculine or man, as for the reasoning behind its appearance here, what do you expect besides randomness between the organised posts?.
Log in to the takeforum site, things have been happening there.
No, Le signifies that a term is manly, It doesn't say it's a man. la is femine, and l' is for anything with a vowel for the begining of the word
Le Garcon: Boy
La Masion: House
L'amie: Friend ( I think)
That ends today's french lesson
[Edited by airhead, 12/5/2008 9:41:49 PM]
On an unrelated note, British history is very boring. I'm not exactly over the moon about studying Russell's despatches and how the Queen couldn't give a damn about their troops during the Crimean War.