What is the practical difference between なさい and ください? Is it only different in politeness or does it have a different meaning and application?
Also is なさい used the same way as ください? -te form plus the なさい?
Now there's this sentence I'm trying to come up with, could you help me? Is it right, does it sound natural? What could I improve on that? (I just making these sentence to exercise my grammar)
In case it is not clear, my intention was something like:
I can talk a bit o Japanese but I can only talk simple stuff.