What is Yokatta?

What is Yokatta? よかった [YOKATTA] It was good. / I’m glad. YOKATTA is the past form of an adjective, II (good). It is an expression used in a casual conversation between friends. So, the polite way of ending a sentence, DESU, is omitted.

How do you respond to Honto NI? A: HONTO NI? (= Is that true?). B1: HONTO (NI) (= Yes, it’s true), UN (= Yes), etc. B2: HONTO JA NAI ( = It’s not true), USO (= Lie), etc.

What is Honto NI? hontou ni: “Really,” however, there is a stronger emphasis on the ni so it tends to be a stronger version of the word in verbal and written form. Examples of “really” in a Japanese formal conversation are: Hontou ni hajimete desu ka? (“Is it really your first time?”); Hontou ni yoku nite iru!

Are you okay in Japanese? 大丈夫ですか? (daijōbu desu ka?) is probably the most natural way to ask, “are you okay?” in Japanese. 大丈夫 (daijōbu) means “okay.” Adding “ですか?” (desu ka?) to turn it into a question to ask if someone is okay.

What is Yokatta? – Related Questions

 

What is Sumimasen?

SUMIMASEN has many different meanings: “I’m sorry”, “thank you” and to get someone’s attention. It might be confusing at first, but once you’ve used it for a while, it’ll become second nature. When Japanese people say SUMIMASEN, they often bow in appreciation or apology.

What is Omoshiroi?

Omoshiroi is a Japanese word that means many things. Omoshiroi can be used to say that something is “Interesting, Amusing, Fascinating, Funny, Enjoyable, Entertaining, Fun” and more!

How do Japanese people say yeah?

The simplest and most straightforward way of saying yes in Japanese is はい hai. In a more formal style, one may also use は! ha!. If you are conversing with a close acquaintance, ええ ee is also suitable.

What does Masaka mean Japanese?

Basically, what the word masaka really means is: “something you don’t think will happen.” It can refer to anything that’s unlikely to happen, to be, or to exist. Anything that’s out of consideration. Unexpected.

What does Maji desu ka?

maji desu ka? – マジですか? (まじですか?) Really? / Seriously? / Are you serious? Below is the new word used in the example sentence. ka – か : a sentence-ending particle working to make a question.

What is the meaning of Honto NI daisuki?

2) I love you very much in Japanese. あなたが本当に大好きです。 Anata ga hontou ni daisuki desu. 本当に – Hontou ni – Really.

What is Sugoi?

Adjective. sugoi (comparative more sugoi, superlative most sugoi) (fandom slang, otaku culture) amazing, awesome quotations ▼

What does Wakata mean?

Wakatta and wakarimashita are both past tense and is more like “understood” or “I got it” where as wakatteru is more like “I get it” or “I understand”. Helpful(6)

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