Yeah... well I know anime language sounds casual but the common conversation in Japan sounds respectful/formal
. I know that, but I was used to settings (either English or Filipino) where you get to speak to a person casually after some dialogues and knowing a bit of each other.
I think that even friends and relatives speak to each other formally (only really close
people speak casually to each other), but I'm not used to that because I believe that the formality really fades slowly when one starts to make true friends (even Sai in Naruto learns to slowly "remove" the formality in his speech to have friends)
So I guess it's nice to learn both ways of speaking Japanese. And as for writing, well, I guess I'll save that for later. I'm still contemplating on how I understood the English alphabet so easily, so after that maybe I can introduce another set of "alphabets" to my brain, hehe...
No offense to Japan, but why did they have to make a symbol for every syllable, not per letter? Whew, I'm like reading our old symbolic alibata
language... damn. Not to mention the existence of another writing system called Kanji