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What is ja nai?

What is ja nai?

It IS good/delicious! It’s more often used by female than male speakers. When it’s used in the end of the sentence, with a bit of excitement, it’s often times positive, although, when used with negative such as dame-not good/bad + ja nai it means negative unless it’s a real question.

What is Genki desu yo?

Ogenki desu ka means “How are you?” in Japanese. The Japanese characters are お元気ですか。 (おげんきですか。

What is Dekinai?

“Dekinai” (“Japanese: できない”; “English: I Can’t”) is Olivia Lufkin’s 5th solo single released on July 26, 2000. There were two promotional versions of this single released: a cd version and a vinyl version. The vinyl record version contains one extra remix of “Pass me the sugar” in place of “Escape the Flames”.

What is Wakaranai in Japanese?

Wakaranai is much better word for “I cant understand” Shiranai is exactly saying I don’t know.

What is Dekimasen?

cannot, cannot tell/say.

What is Dekimasu?

dekimasu. 出来ます dekimasen. 出来ません lets be able, will probably be able.

What is desu yo in Japanese?

“Desu yo” in japanese. ‘Yo’ is put on the end of a sentence when you want to emphasise something and you’re assuming it’s the first time that the listener has heard of it, or you are telling the listener about it for the first time. For example if, you were saying you think something is delicious, you could say 美味しいですよ “Oishii desu yo”.

What is the difference between “desu” and “Da?

Aside from the tone and implied speaking style, the meaning is absolutely 100% identical. Past form of “desu” is “deshita”. Past form of “da” is “datta”. Let’s say a car has been in an accident and is now a piece of scrap.

What does Oishii desu ne mean?

When using ‘ne’, you are assuming the listener already knows what you are telling them, but you are saying it to seek their agreement. For example, if you were saying something that both you and the listener were eating is delicious you could say 美味しいですね “Oishii desu ne”.

What is the meaning of Sou desu ka?

“Sou desu ka?” is a general response to any new information, and doesn’t necessarily imply any doubt about what was just said. The variants including yo and ne all express agreement with what the other person just said.