How do you say urayamashii in English?
Let me summarize them as follows. urayamashii – 羨ましい (うらやましい) : an i-adjective meaning ‘jealous’ in Japanese. This is an i-adjective, but sometimes translated into English as ‘envy’.
What does II na mean in Japanese?
いいな ii na. Easy : ) You must know this i-adjective いい which means good. Just put な na after い な na , which, if you put in the end of the sentence, often expresses the feeling. when you are desiring or just saying something to yourself.
What does Yakimochi mean in Japanese?
Yakimochi is grilled or broiled mochi or pounded rice cake. Traditionally, it is prepared using a small charcoal grill, but in modern times a gas grill can be used.
Is Oi in Japanese rude?
“Oi! “= Oi! It’s pronounced nearly the same as the English version, but if the Japanese cry out “oi!”, it means he/she is furious. (Or, in some cases, they are not angry but just extremely rude.)
Do you Koto DA?
Dou iu koto desu ka. = What do you mean?
What does Hora Hora mean in Japanese?
Useful Japanese word (2): ほら “Hora” hora. This is an exclamatory expression which is used on many different occasions. In English, it can be translated, “Look!”, “Listen!”, “See?”, or just before saying something like “Here it is.” All these phrases are to catch someone’s attention.
What does koto ga Arimasu mean?
Just remember that KOTO GA ARIMASU KA means “Have you ever…”. And that the verb in the BLUE portion above must always be the informal past tense verb or as we call it on YesJapan.com the TA FORM. HOWEVER there are times when you can change that TA FORM into other forms but then the entire sentence changes meaning.
What does no koto mean?
“no koto” and “ni tsuite” mean: about/regarding. For example: About myself = ore no koto. I want to tell you about my work =
What is warui?
悪 わる い • (warui) -i (adverbial 悪 わる く (waruku)) bad; wicked; evil quotations ▼ 悪 わる い 人 ひと warui hito bad person. wrong; to blame.
What does koto ga aru mean?
Learn Japanese grammar: たことがある (ta koto ga aru). Meaning: to have done something before.