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    [JP] taikennyubu..

    help me with this line. and plz explain why "ari" is katakana.

    体験入部というのもアリかと。

    thx.

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    Re: [JP] taikennyubu..

    Without any other context, I would translate it as "They (?) said it was also possible to join the club for something called a trial period or something".

    "Taiken Nyuubu" means joining a club just to try it out, such as when school first begins and the new students aren't sure what club to join.

    There is no real "reason" why "ari" is in katakana, as far as I know.

    Hope this helps

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    Re: [JP] taikennyubu..

    Sometimes I feel like nobody gets me, you know?
    Last edited by mikkih; May 04, 2011 at 12:00 PM. Reason: added the last

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