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Old 10-10-2010, 08:06 AM   #4
niall
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Re: Translation help

Hi Reagan. I've been looking at this and I think everyone has been hesitating because there isn't a clear answer at all. I just saw Willi put a suggestion while I was typing this.

My dictionary gives some academic translations but

やる気 or 遣る気 ya ru ki is the nearest and simplest translation maybe. The version with the kanji is much rarer.

やる気を出す ya ru ki o da su is the verb.

You wouldn't normally say uchi kara (from inside). Jibun kara (from yourself) is possible but it's not really necessary because yaruki automatically comes from yourself, but if you want that translation it would be:

自分からやる気を出す ji bun ka ra ya ru ki o da su

Hope that helps.

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Niall

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