相槌= あいづち= aizuchi = gap filler

April 15, 2015 in Colloquial, conversation, Expressions

aizuchi

ミトンズ: 「実は、犬と付き合っているの…」

= Mitonzu: “Jitsu wa, inu to tsukiatteiruno…”

=Mittens:  “You know I am seeing a dog.”

フ:「うそっ! ほんとに?」

Fu : “Uso! Honto ni?

Fu : “No way! Really?”

(マジひくわ~)

= Maji hikuwaa…

= Now that really creeps me out.

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時間 ( = jikan) : Time Related Japanese Part 2

April 10, 2015 in Beginners

timerelated

Cookie : 「ねえ、もう朝の5時だよ!起きて、起きて!」

= Nee, mou asa no goji dayo! Okite, okite!

= Hey, it’s already five in the morning. Wake up, already!

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How to use 出来る= できる= dekiru

April 2, 2015 in Sentence pattern, useful phrases, Vocabulary

dekiru

「枝豆、いつできるかなあ。」

= Edamame, itsu dekiru kanaa.

= I wonder when I can harvest Edamame.

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How to use さえ(=sae)

March 28, 2015 in Grammar

sae

「あ~このレポートさえ終われば外で遊べるんだけど….」

= Aah.. kono repooto sae owareba soto de asoberun dakedo…

= Ahh, all I have to do is to finish this report and I can go out and play but….

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Cooking Related Japanese

March 18, 2015 in Vocabulary

cookingrelatedlesson

「これ、全部、私が作ったの。」

= Kore, zenbu,  watashi ga tsukutta no.

= I made all of these, you know.

(もちろん、うそだけど)

= Mochiron, uso dakedo.

= (Of course it’s not true though…)

「すご〜い!

= Sugoooi!

= Wooow!

(バレバレだけど..)

= Barebare dakedo…

= (It is obvious that she didn’t make them but…)

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Ordering Fast Food in Japanese

March 11, 2015 in Travel Japanese, useful phrases

fastfoodfnlfnl
「カロリー高いかなあ….」

= Karorii takai kanaa….

=I wonder if it is high in calories…

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Colloquial Japanese words (Twitter follow up lesson)

March 4, 2015 in Colloquial, Slang

jidori

「自撮り、上手にできるかなあ。」

= Jidori, jouzu ni dekiru kanaa.

= I wonder if I can take a good selfie….

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V+合う (= au )

February 24, 2015 in Grammar

au
「Alex 今日もイケてるね。」

= Alex kyou mo iketerune.

= You are cool as always Alex!

「Neclaもいつもかわいいよ!」

= Necla mo itsumo kawaiiyo!

= You are always cute, too, Necla!

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How to use とか (=toka)

February 19, 2015 in Grammar

toka

「マギー先生とかいう犬、知ってる?」

= Maggie Sensei toka iu inu shitteru?

= Do you know a dog called Maggie sensei or something?

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How to use なかなか (= nakanaka)

February 9, 2015 in useful phrases

NAKANAKA

Clyde:「僕、なかなかイケメンでしょ!」

= Boku nakanaka ikemen desho!

= Don’t think I am a fairly handsome guy?

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Khloe: 「こんなかわいい猫はなかなかいないよ」♩

= Konna kawaii neko wa nakanaka inaiyo!

= I bet you can’t find a cute cat like me easily.

/ It is not easy to find a cute cat like me, you know!

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