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44 Ways of Grumbling and Complaining in Japanese

The coronavirus pandemic has forced people to spend long hours at home. This gives rise to tension in the household and frequent quarrels and conflicts with your partners, spouse, or children. This article will introduce some Japanese expressions used during quarrels and arguments.

Days of the week in Japanese

In this article, we are going to learn how to say days of the week in Japanese. After we have mastered the vocabulary, try to say your schedule for one week.

How to tell time in Japanese?

Let’s learn how to tell time in Japanese today. Knowing how to tell time increases your language proficiency and survival skills in Japan as you can ask time and understand train and bus schedule announcements.

8 Expressions to Call Out to a Friend in Trouble in Japanese

Hello. We received the following question below. “I met my friend Yoshiko back from my university days. We had a good time over lunch but I happened to see her looking at her smartphone with tears in her eyes outside the toilet. Something must be worrying her. I wanted to ask her about it but how should I go about doing it?” Today, let's think about phrases to call out to a friend in trouble.

8 Expressions about Keeping and Spilling Secrets in Japanese

1. 秘密(ひみつ)です。 Himitsu desu. (It’s a secret.) “Secret” can be translated as “himitsu” in Japanese. Sample Expressions Man: おとしはいくつなんですか。 Otoshi wa ikutsu nan desuka. (How old are you?) Woman: 秘密です。 Himitsu desu. (It’s a secret.) “Secret” can be translated as […]

Nine Expressions Supermarket Employees Use in Japan

1. いらっしゃいませ Irasshaimase This expression is used by store employees in supermarkets, restaurants, fast food chains, clothing stores, souvenir stores, and many others. It’s an expression to welcome customers. This expression is used by employees in any shops such as […]

How to say “No problem” in Japanese?

How do you say “No problem” in Japanese? “No problem” is used in many situations to calm someone down. Let’s look at how this is said in Japanese. 1. 問題(もんだい)ありません。 Mondai arimasen. This is the most standard way of saying […]