- 1 What is kakoi NE in Japanese?
- 2 What Masaka means?
- 3 Does Dozo mean please?
- 4 What is Sugoi?
- 5 What does kawaii desu ne?
- 6 Is Sugoi a compliment?
- 7 What is Nani Kore?
- 8 What is Chotto matte?
- 9 What Yare Yare means?
- 10 What is Kudasai?
- 11 What is Shimasu?
- 12 What is Dozo Yoroshiku?
- 13 What Moshi Moshi means?
- 14 Is Sugoi polite?
- 15 What Senpai means?
What is kakoi NE in Japanese?
1. When you see Someone/Something which sparks your interest. あの人／あの車、かっこいいね！ Romaji: Ano hito/Ano kuruma、Kakkoii ne!
What Masaka means?
What does the Japanese word “masaka” mean? Masaka is typically an interjection used to express disbelief, although it is also used in conjunction with other words. It can usually be easily translated into English as, “ No way ” or “Unbelievable.”
Does Dozo mean please?
Dozo means “go ahead” or “go first.” While some words are shortened to make them easier to say (“arigatou gozaimasu” becomes “arigatou”), dozo is often lengthened to “hai-dozo” as if it were one word (Yes-go-ahead). Other times, to be insistent that someone go ahead of you, there is the very handy dozo-dozo.
What is Sugoi?
すごい (Sugoi) is a word that’s typically used when you’re left awestruck out of excitement or feel overwhelmed. This can be for any situation be it good or bad. A similar English expression would go somewhere along the lines of “Oh… Wow”.
What does kawaii desu ne?
Kawaii desu ne means, it’s cute, isn’t it?
Is Sugoi a compliment?
“すごい” (sugoi) is a compliment that Japanese people often use. It is used anytime when you are impressed by the other person’s attitude and behavior, or when you think “This is good!” It is an expression that you feel intuitively rather than thinking.
What is Nani Kore?
I think that’s Japanese Nani kore means ” what is this” or “what’s this” in a rude way.
What is Chotto matte?
Chotto matte kudasai. / Please wait a moment. [chotto matte kudasai] Use these Japanese words when you want someone to wait for you for a little bit.
What Yare Yare means?
If you already watched or read JoJo’s Bizzarre Adventure in Japanese, you would know the iconic phrase by Jotaro Kujo: “ やれやれ ” -pronounced “Yare Yare”. The phrase is trasnlated to intrepretations such as “well well”, “good grief” and “give me a break.” It is a common expression in Japan used to show disappointment.
What is Kudasai?
When you ask somebody to do something in Japanese, you say TE-form verbs and then KUDASAI ( Please, or I would ask you to ). For an example, a verb meaning “to eat” is TABEMASU. Its TE-form is TABETE. So, TABETE KUDASAI means “Please eat.” “To look at” is MIMASU.
What is Shimasu?
shimasu is the polite form of the verb suru (to do). It can be added to certain nouns to mean “To (do) said noun” Example: Benkyou “Study” (noun) + suru “to do” (verb) = benkyousuru/shimasu “To study” (Verb) Watashi wa nihongo o benkyoushiteimasu “I am studying Japanese”
What is Dozo Yoroshiku?
3. Dozo yoroshiku onegaishimasu. (Pronunciation: doh-zoh yorosh-ku o-neh-guy-shimass) Meaning: This phrase literal means ” Please take care of me “, but can be translated as “Pleased to meet you” in this situation.
What Moshi Moshi means?
“Moshi Moshi” as “Hello ” You’ve likely heard moshi moshi before, the expression used by Japanese people when they pick up the phone. The word moshi is derived from the verb “to say” in humble Japanese: ( 申 もう す).
Is Sugoi polite?
Sugoi can also be used in more formal situations by adding “desu.” You also don’t even have to be genuinely surprised. Sometimes our friends or associates tell us something that we may not find particularly impressive, but we want to be polite and show that we care about the people we’re speaking to.
What Senpai means?
In Japanese the word is used more broadly to mean “teacher” or “master.” Like sensei, senpai is used in English in contexts of martial arts as well as religious instruction, in particular Buddhism. Sensei in those contexts refers to someone of a higher rank than senpai. Ranking below a senpai is a kohai.