Everyday Expression(日常), Polite Expression(敬語)

Mousugu owaru yo-.
(もうすぐ終わるよー)

Mada owattemasen.
(まだ終わってません)

Aa-, yatto owatta-.
(あぁやっと終わったー) ...

Slang(スラング)

Both “wakaranai(わからない、分からない)” and “wakarimasen(わかりません、分かりません)” have the same meaning.
The ...

Everyday Expression(日常), Slang(スラング)

As mentioned above, we often hear words such as “ara ara(あらあら)”, “arara(あらら)” or “a-rar ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Ama-i!
あまーい(甘ーい!)

Waki ga amai!
脇が甘い!

Yononaka sonna ni amakunai! ‘
世の中そんなに甘くない!

...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Are you visiting or living in Japan now and want to express your appreciation in Japanese?
Or do you want to than ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Japanese often use the word “daijoubu(だいじょうぶ、大丈夫)”.
Most Japanese use the word not only in casual set ...

Slang(スラング)

Seebu suru mae ni PC ga furi-zu suru to bibiru yone.
セーブする前にPCがフリーズするとビビるよね。

Are omae no yomesan? Maji kowa ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Japanese often say the following phrases when having a meal.
All three have the same meaning.

“Gochis ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Daisuki(だいすき、大好き) means “liking something or somebody a lot” or “loving something or somebody” ...

Everyday Expression(日常)

Ano joyuu san, suteki!
あの女優さん、ステキ!

Konya no kimi wa totemo suteki dayo.
今夜の君はとても素敵だよ。

Suteki na d ...