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What is “Saa…(Japanese)”?

Answer by Japanese teacher Explanation (1)Come on, well, now ~ “Saa” is said decisively to prompt others to act quickly. It’s similar in meaning to “come on”, “well”, “now”. (2)I don’t know, I wonder, let me see. When “Saa” is […]

How to say “Good bye” in Japanese?

Answer by Japanese teacher Explanation Many foreigners think that “Sayoonara.” is the word to use when saying good bye in Japanese. “Sayoonara.” is indeed “Good bye.” but in fact, Japanese people do not say “Sayoonara.” for all occasions, and nor […]

How to say “I can’t eat pork” in Japanese?

Answer by Japanese teacher Explanation The concept of “halal” is gradually becoming more known in Japan, but it is still not widely known in some areas. In addition, pork is often used in Japanese food so if in doubt, try […]

How to say “I have an allergy.” in Japanese?

Answer by Japanese teacher Explanation My American friend also has gluten allergy, and we were often worried about her when she visited Japan. Those of you who has gluten allergy, make sure to be careful of soy sauce, a type […]

The best ways to introduce yourself in Japanese

Wherever you are, whenever it is, the first impression is always very important. Nobody wants to make it uncomfortable, awkward… In order to build good relationships with people, here are some basic expressions to introduce yourself smoothly. ・Hello.(for the first […]

Useful phrases when you want to make Japanese friends

When it comes to improving the second language, making new friends is always one of the best ways. It should be enjoyable and could teach you lots of interesting facts about Japan. Here are some tips for you to make […]

What is the difference between “Arigatoo gozaimasu” and “Arigatoo gozaimashita”(Thank you)?

Answer by Japanese teacher Explanation “-masu(〜ます)” and “-mashita (〜ました)” are Japanese suffixes that represent “tense”. Understanding the role of these suffixes can help you understand the differences between words like “Arigatoo gozaimasu” and “Arigatoo gozaimashita”. [list class=”li-check”] -masu(〜ます): Current tense […]

How to say “Take care” in Japanese?

Answer by Japanese teacher Explanation There are multiple ways of saying ‘Take care’, but this ‘Take care’ has the same meaning as ‘See you’. It is an expression used when saying good-bye to a friend. This form of saying ‘Take […]