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04-29-19
じゃあ Although you probably know さようなら (sayounara) is “goodbye,” it has a very strong sense of finality, almost like you may not see that person again. So it’s often better to say じゃまた. Other variations...
04-28-19
いくらですか ikuradesuka is phrase you use to ask for pricing. これは(Korewa)いくらですか。How much is this? あれは(Arewa)いくらですか。How much is that?...
04-27-19
I want to go _____ _______ いきたい。行きたい。ikitai. こうえん いきたい。 Wants to go to a park. トイレ いきたい。 Wants to go to a bathroom. ドライブ いきたい。 Wants to go to a drive,...
04-26-19
だいすき だい = 大 = dai = Big 好き = 好き = suki = Like あなた大好き  I love you a lot. ラーメンだいすき  I love Ramen....
04-25-19
すごい 'Sugoi' is a common Japanese word, usually written in kana alone, generally meaning 'great' or 'amazing'. すごくない means two things. (1) Not Great (2) Great, isn't it?...
04-24-19
だめ menas "No" だめだめ is used to express casually "No". だめです Damedesu is more formal. だめだ Dameda is telling your self "Impossiblle' だめだよ Damedayo is telling someone "No"...
04-23-19
しつれいします This phrase has two meaning. The literal translation is "Please forgive my bad manner." (1) I am leaving. (2) Excuse me. When you are leaving, you usually say おさきに しつれいします。 "I am leaving now ....
04-22-19
はじめまして Direct translation would be "Meet First Time". This is a greeting you use when you meet someone for the first time. "How do you dp?" "Nice to meet you." Kind of like those word....
04-21-19
頑張れ がんばれ ganbare "GANBARE" - "Hang in there." You say this to encourage someone who is working hard, such as running in a marathon or studying. Another way of saying this is "GANBATTE." がんばって がんばってくれ ...
04-20-19
いらっしゃい When you enter a restaurant, people usually say いらっしゃいませ。 It is a polite way of saying いらっしゃい。 It means welcome!!! This is different from どういたしまして dou itashimashite ... means "You are welcome."...