Need help with grammar

I have to do an assignment for my Japanese class where I have to talk about a recent trip. I wrote a few phrases but I would really like someone more advanced than I to correct me if I’m wrong.

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I mean to say last October but I have no clue if I can just say “in october”. I’m sure it’s full of mistakes but feel free to correct me!

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Briefly scanning, this jumped out to me

It needs to be みゃじまに ちいさい しかが いました
かわいかった(です) (the です is optional, but would be consistent with your politeness level used throughout)

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You can say きょねんの十月に

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Thank you :slight_smile:

Sorry for spreading this out all over the place, lol

Who is this 二人? It seems to come out of nowhere?

I would say 二人はけっこん していて、女の人のきもの きれいでした。

This basically means “they were married”.

EDIT: Oh, did you see a wedding? けっこんする is not often used for the act of being married in the wedding itself. It’s more like the state of being married perpetually thereafter. Maybe I’d go with けっこんしきがあって、

I did see a Shinto wedding! That’s what I (clumsily) wanted to say. Thanks again for the correction :slight_smile:


I went through and did a grammar once around myself, then asked my japanese friend to fix my corrections :smiley:

Thanks for the help!!

Improvement on the first sentence. 私 is unnecessary.


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Thanks everyone, it’s very helpful! :slight_smile:

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