Lieutenant Colonel Ryukon wrote:As much as the attempt to research out on your own should be praised, I'd have to disagree with the use of babelfish. It can be accurate, and then there's the not.
Japanese don't really say the whole sentence neither. They cut corners (you know who ya are, whom that has said it, heh) to make things shorter:
Naruto: osooooi...! Naze itsumo ga osoi dattebayo!?
Sakura: nintai, Naruto! Sugi ni Kakashi-sensei ga kimasu yo!
Naruto: ne, ne! Kakashi-sensei no kamen no shita de ka to omou zo...!
Sakura: Naruto, BAKA!!
Sasuke: butsu butsu iu-na! Kono koto wa mou owatta no de hanakatta te, mou hitori no kamen!
Sakura and Sasuke: baka!
Naruto: gomen, kikun ja nakatta...
Naruto: OI!! OSOI DATTEBAYO!!
Iruka: dakara nan da? Watashi mo te!
Naruto: e-eh, sumani, Iruka-sensei...! H-heh...
Well...I gave it a shot...a horrible one, might I add. I also tried to use the rude formats that fit each character as much as possible from what I can remember. Sakura usually uses a more politer speech with Sasuke being of a more insult-type and Naruto being the wild one.
I was iffy on the "sumani" word. There's another translation that's similiar to the "sumani" that equals to "sorry", but I can't remember. Maybe someone'll correct me on it.
Looks great! Thanks!