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Useful Japanese Phrases

Useful Japanese Phrases. I'm going to take two weeks away from Japan comps so I can do my fact and myth comps about Russia. I will be posting them in the regula

I'm going to take two weeks away from Japan comps so I can do my fact and myth comps about Russia. I will be posting them in the regular content section next week and the following so take a look see if you like. While you wait I'd like you guys to give me some ideas for what kind of future Japan comps you want to see. You can either message me your ideas or leave them in the comments and I'll pick a couple and make comps from them. I'll even credit those who gave me the idea for them in the descriptions.

When we visit a Foreign country it is good to know
some essential phrases to help us get by
comfortably in various situations. In this comp I
will be sharing some useful Japanese phrases that
will help make your visit a little easier. I will be
doing more or these in the Future so ifl missed
one that you consider more important do not Fret,
I will cover it in the next one.
This phrase is absolute magic. say
yorkshire" to any Japanese person in any
situation and they will help you with
anything and everything you need. It' s
impossible to translate literally. but
means something to the effect or,
Please do your best and treat me well."
If you memorize nothing else before
going to Japan. remember ''yorkshire" and
you' re totally set. "" is a
common word that means something
similar to "please."
This phrase means something like, "OK,
rm going For N," or Tll do my best." A
Japanese would say ""
before taking a test or leaving the
house For a job interview.
Japanese people will up if? YOU say
it before walking outside. eating
noodles, or using it vending .
We been known to do this to get is smile
out or the more serious people] work
Japanese people will probably try to
make you drink past your limit.
That' s when this phrase comes in
handy. It means something like, "No
more, I' m already drunk, sorry.
At some point during your stay. V
kokko ?
daarom Nanni mo "
Where is this? who am l? I don' t
understand anything. This is what
you say after Failing to use the
previous phrase.
Shall we go to Karaoke together? This is y
a good line to use is trying to pick t'
someone up From the bar. Think OF
karaoke " a transition point between
the bar and the love hotel. In all
seriousness it' s also useful is you want
to have Fun with - and
Note: Please don‘ t pronounce “karaoke”
with lots OF EEO sounds. It should
sound like "," not
Use this one when eating. It
means something like, Tor real.
it' s delicious!"
Hontou m"' means Tor real" or
really” or Tm not Kidding."
Japanese people are always telling
sweet little white lies, so dropping
a “hontou m"' From time to time is
very much appreciated. we heard
this one a lot From my students
when I ask about homework.
IF someone is speaking to you in
Japanese and you don
understand them then you can
iust tell them you don‘ t
understand what therre saying.
This helps ii? someone is speaking
to you Faster than you can 'ct J, *_ A
translate it in your head. i’
simple ''pippi?" damitt?) will doj' ust " W
Fine. Just make sure you For every lime tmpu
apologize afte' r For not listening. you co tmpu W ever...'
Z amen/
Unlike "sumimasen" the usage ofthis phrase
is limited to apologizing. since it is less
Formal and has a childish ring to it, it is not
appropriate to say to superiors.
is probably the most common
phrase used to apologize. since sumimasen
can be used in several ' rt situations
when requesting something, when thanking
someone etc). listen carefully to what the
context is. If you are apologizing that
something has been done, "sumimasen
If you' re ever in it situation where you just
don't know enough Japanese to get by
use this phrase to ask inthe
person speaks English. Etna same phrase is
repeated to you with "nihongo "
in place of "eggo", then the person is asking
you speak Japanese.
Just want to ask ifthey understand? Simply
say "Eggo " kit gah r
Kalli. Respond i _
For no.
NO is it gramme marker
typically used to
indicate questions
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ow are your wen to hear this
aster you greet someone, especially
you know that person. Whether they
want to know or not they will ask you
and expect an answer.
The best way to answer this question
is it modest "gem dew" with an
added "Mata wahl to
inquire the same someone.
Just like ma", Ma" is it grammer
marker to indicate that you are asking
it question. Different situations can
For differernt markers.
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Trying new Foods that are very
different from what your used to can
be scary. but you should always make
an attempt to try it. he you come
across something you know you just
can' t stomach simply say "sore Wit
chm. -to..." Its the politest way to
decline, it literally means. mamm
that' s a little bit... people will take ‘Nobody will expect you
that to mean that you don' t want to to an things that we
do something. ls you can tilt your iust we different pom
head to the side while saying it, it your usual cup or tea,
should have the pefrect area. like naoto For example
Alright everyone
that' s all For ,
now. I' m going to f
be taking a two
week hiatus 'tom
Japan Comps but *More we about the Japan
comp hiatus in the
don' t worry they description!
will be back!!!
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