Saturday, January 9, 2010
Daiba, Page 11
This is the text for page 11.
Looks like we might get a new hand today.
Is that so.
sonna = that
umai hanashi = naive talk
ga aru ka yo = subject marker + exists + question + rhetorical marker
Rather than say "it's something that naive?", I'm implying that the old man doesn't really believe something like that would be discussed.
Who'd come to this rundown plating shop? Hahaha... Come join me making senbei.
omae = you
uchi ni kite = my place / my shop come to
senbei yaki = senbei bake
na = agreement request
"You come to my place, make senbei" = "Come join me making rice crackers."