- 1 What is Kiotsukete?
- 2 Is it polite to say take care?
- 3 How do you express concern in Japanese?
- 4 What should I reply for Take Care?
- 5 Is saying take care rude?
- 6 What is Kudasai?
- 7 What is aishiteru?
- 8 What is Mata ne in Japanese?
- 9 How do you say be patient in a nice way?
- 10 How do you say take care sweetly?
- 11 What does take care mean at the end of a text?
- 12 What is Sugoi?
- 13 What does Aizuchi mean in Japanese?
- 14 How do you describe feelings in Japanese?
What is Kiotsukete?
We found out that one of the common mistakes made in Japanese is related to the usage of the expression “ki o tsukete”. The literal meaning is ‘ be careful ‘ but you can also understand the phrase as a broad ‘(please) take care’. You can translate the phrase as “make sure you get home safely”.
Is it polite to say take care?
Senior Member. Take care is a friendly, polite phrase. The person saying it sincerely cares about your safety (they really do want to see you again safe and sound), but it does not indicate an intimate concern.
How do you express concern in Japanese?
ものだ and ことだ: Expressing Deep Concern.
What should I reply for Take Care?
Since “Take care” would normally be said to someone who is departing by someone who is staying, it might not always be appropriate to say “you too”. Instead “Thanks” or “Thanks, I will “, or “Will do” may be better replies. Or perhaps “Thanks, bye.” There is no particular reply that is more common.
Is saying take care rude?
5 Answers. “Take care” is almost always used in a friendly way, or when genuinely warning somebody to be careful.
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 aishiteru?
* In Japanese, the phrase “ I love you ” exists linguistically, but does not exist culturally. Linguistically, it is best translated as 愛してる or Aishiteru.
What is Mata ne in Japanese?
A slight variation on じゃあね is またね (mata ne) or じゃあまたね (ja mata ne). This means “ Later ” in Japanese, or “Well, see you later!” But またね essentially means the same thing, and it’s used both as “see you later” and “see you soon.”
How do you say be patient in a nice way?
- be patient.
- make allowance.
- put up with.
How do you say take care sweetly?
50 Simple Ways To Say You Care
- I’m so proud of you.
- Tomorrow is another day. It’ll get better.
- How could I forget?
- You’re in my thoughts and prayers.
- I’ll always be here for you.
- You made my day.
- If it’s good enough for you, it’s good enough for me.
- Be sure to wear your seat belt.
What does take care mean at the end of a text?
take care is a nice way of saying goodbye. i never really say it, but it is just a way to say goodbye. instead of “see ya” which is kinda silly as alot of people say it when they’ll probably never see the person again.
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 Aizuchi mean in Japanese?
In the Japanese language, aizuchi (Japanese: 相槌 or あいづち, IPA: [aizɯ(ꜜ)tɕi]) are interjections during a conversation that indicate the listener is paying attention or understands the speaker. In linguistic terms, these are a form of phatic expression.
How do you describe feelings in Japanese?
Adjectives for Expressing Emotions in Japanese
- 嬉 うれ しい – happy.
- 悲 かな しい – sad.
- 恥 は ずかしい ー shy.
- 寂 さび しい、淋しい – lonely.
- 怖 こわ い、恐い – scary.
- 辛 つら い – painful, heart-breaking.
- 苦 くる しい – difficult, agonizing, feeling forced.
- 懐 なつ かしい – to endear, desire or miss something.