Saturday, 7 September 2013
何 - なに - what
を - indicates direct object of action (within this context)
する - to do (してる here is an abbreviation of している, which is in the て form and indicates an ongoing action, similar to -ing in English)
の - indicates question (within this context)
さあ - come; come now; well (さあ as a response to a question is more like "I don't know," or "Who knows?")
新しい - あたらしい - new; novel; fresh; recent; latest; up-to-date; modern
遊び - あそび - playing; play (I've translated this as game to make the English more natural sounding)
じゃないか - questioning (something), isn't it? (In this case the か is dropped)
ルール - rule
よく - nicely; properly; well; skilfully
知る - しる - to know; to understand; to be acquainted with (知らない here is negative form)
けど - but; however; although; though
"What are they doing?"
"I don't know.....it's a new game isn't it? I don't know the rules very well though...Aha, ahaha, ahahahahaha!"