- 1 What is Ganbatte Kudasai?
- 2 How do you wish someone the best in Japanese?
- 3 What can I say other than Ganbatte?
- 4 What is Kudasai?
- 5 What is Omedetou Gozaimasu?
- 6 What name means lucky in Japanese?
- 7 How do you praise in Japanese?
- 8 What is Kambare in Japanese?
- 9 What is NE in Japanese?
- 10 How do you say Gambateh in English?
- 11 How do you say I wish you well in Japanese?
- 12 What does DEKU mean in Japanese?
- 13 What is Dekimasu?
- 14 What is the Japanese equivalent of Cheers?
What is Ganbatte Kudasai?
Ganbatte Kudasai (頑張ってください) – Please do the best you can / Please do your best. The addition of the Japanese word “kudasai”, which means “please (as a form of requesting)” in English, gives the expression “ganbatte” a more formal and polite tone.
How do you wish someone the best in Japanese?
The noun, “good luck,” can be translated as 幸運 (ko-un). The literal, but very uncommon way to wish someone “Good luck!” would be 幸運を祈る (ko-un o inoru). The natural way would either be 頑張って (ganbatte), which carries a sense of “do your best!” or you can say, 気をつけて (ki o tsukete) which carries the sense of “be careful.”
What can I say other than Ganbatte?
When used before a challenge, Ganbatte ne can mean, “Do your best,” “You’ll do great,” “You can do it.” Used during a challenge, it’s used to encourage continued support, as in “Keep it up,” “Don’t give up,” or chanted Ganbare, ganbare as in “Let’s go, let’s go!” After a success, Yoku ganbatta ne could be translated as
What is Kudasai?
When you ask somebody to do something in Japanese, you say TE-form verbs and then KUDASAI ( Please, or I would ask you to ). For an example, a verb meaning “to eat” is TABEMASU. Its TE-form is TABETE. So, TABETE KUDASAI means “Please eat.”
What is Omedetou Gozaimasu?
In Japanese, “ happy birthday ” is written (お) 誕生日 おめでとう (ございます). This is pronounced “(o) tanjoubi omedetou (gozaimasu)”. “tanjobi” (たんじょうび) means “birthday” “omedeto” means “congratulations”
What name means lucky in Japanese?
Keiko. Keiko is a playful-sounding name with auspicious meaning for any baby: It means “lucky child,” “happy child,” or “adored one.” A super-popular name in Japan over the years, the element ko means “child,” and happens to be a common ending for female names.
How do you praise in Japanese?
How to compliment in Japanese
- 素敵 [Suteki] – Fantastic! Beautiful!
- かっこいい [Kakkoii] – Cool!
- かわいい [Kawaii] – Cute!
- すばらしい [Subarashii] – Wonderful!
- 上手 [Jouzu] – You’re good at this!
- 優しい [Yasashii] – You’re so kind!
- 頑張っているね [Ganbatteirune] – You sure are working hard!
- 美味しい [Oishii] – Yummy!
What is Kambare in Japanese?
Those are a kind of greetings of cheering up or encouraging someone and very Japanese like yoroshiku, so the English word of it varies depending on the situation. e.g Break your leg!/ Good luck! etc.
What is NE in Japanese?
Ne can be translated into “ isn’t it? ” or “right?” in English. It is added to the end of a sentence in Japanese regardless of the level of politeness you’re using. In general, the particle Ne is asking for confirmation, agreement or assent of the other person or group that the speaker is talking to.
How do you say Gambateh in English?
Ganbare / Ganbatte is the same as “Come on!” “ Let’s GO! ” or “Go for it!” in English. It has a meaning of “Do your best”! and it is can be used to cheer for your favorite team during a sporting event.
How do you say I wish you well in Japanese?
” Go-takou wo oinori-itashimasu. ” =I wish your happiness.
What does DEKU mean in Japanese?
Overall, the word deku is a Japanese word that refers to a wooden doll or puppet. Traditionally, these dolls had no arms or legs. The word deku is also used as a teasing insult in Japanese to refer to a blockhead or dummy. The phrase implies that the person is as useless as a legless, armless wooden doll.
What is Dekimasu?
Senshi_san. 4 Jul 2018. be able to do something. Example: 日本語をできます。( nihongo o dekimasu) = I can speak Japanese.
What is the Japanese equivalent of Cheers?
The traditional word for ‘cheers’ in Japanese is ‘ Kanpai. ‘ Say it while gently touching the sake cups together before taking your first sip.