IMASU

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IMASUIntelligent Multi-Access Service Unit (Department of Labor; Germany)
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Kenichiro Imasu et al., "Dynamical Analysis of a Small Reciprocating Compressor," V.
soto-ni gakusei-ga san-nin imasu outside-in student-NOM 3-CL exist 'There are three students outside.' b.
soto-ni gakusei-ga san-nin imasu outside-at student-NOM 3-CL exist 'There are three students outside.' b.
3 NS2 Nihon de wa, furiitaa to iu shigoto o shire iru wakai hito ga ooku imasu, Oosutoraria de wa?
92) translates "Why are you crying?" into romaji: "Doshite naite imasu ka?" Rather than leave it to the neophyte speaker of Japanese to pronounce the sentence as "Doh-shee-tay na-ee-tay e-mahss-oo kah," De Mente adds his own phonetic transcription to provide more accurate pronunciation: Doh-ssh-tay na-ee-tay e-mahss kah." Note that his phonetic transcription has replaced the "shee" in "doshite" with a mere "ssh" and eliminates the "oo" in "imasu." Most other romaji guides do not offer this linguistic kindness and the resulting mispronunciations lead to semantic (especially, word-object) confusion.
'It was 14 years ago when I got my first acting award for 'Aishite Imasu 1941,' my very first movie,' he said of the film set during the Japanese occupation.
If this sounds silly, try it again as "Czy pan mnie rozumie?" with the answer "Hai wakkate imasu." I think the basic difficulty is, at least in the restricted field of speech communication, reduced to a tolerable size (but never completely eliminated) by "explanations" which (a) are presumably never more than approximations to the ideas being explained, but which (b) are understandable since they are phrased in a language which has previously been made reasonably clear by operational means.
In its glory days, the MMFF produced such indelible screen classics as 'Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon,' 'Minsa'y Isang Gamu-gamo,' 'Insiang,' 'Burlesk Queen,' 'Kung Mangarap Ka't Magising,' 'Atsay,' 'Rubia Servios,' 'Ina Ka ng Anak Mo,' 'Bona,' 'Brutal,' 'Kisapmata,' 'Himala,' 'Moral,' 'Karnal,' 'Bulaklak sa City Jail,' 'Misteryo sa Tuwa,' 'Itanong Mo Sa Buwan,' 'Jose Rizal,' 'Muro-Ami,' 'Death Row,' 'Tanging Yaman,' 'Dekada '70,' 'Crying Ladies,' 'Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita,' 'Panaghoy sa Suba,' 'Blue Moon' and 'Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo.' The popularity (or monopoly) of the MMFF helped raise the commercial viability and appeal of these films.
In an Instagram post on Friday, the actor shared a photo of his Best Actor Award as he reminisced on his first venture in the big screen with the period film 'Aishite Imasu 1941,' which was directed by Joel Lamangan.
Even if I've already portrayed many gay roles ('My Husband's Lover,' 'Aishite Imasu, 1941: Mahal Kita') in the past, the thought of playing a gay character is still a challenge worth taking.
He's won trophies for playing a comfort gay in 2004's "Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita."
In 2004, Trillo won several best actor awards for his portrayal of a cross-dressing comfort gay in director Joel Lamangan's blockbuster "Aishite Imasu 1941: Mahal Kita."