Today is Wednesday!
That means……..Japanese Word For Today!!!
This is week 5 already!!!
We introduced some words for greeting last week!
I was working at the restaurant and some customers said ‘Konnichiwa’ to me! I was so happy about it!!
So try to greet in Japanese if you find any Japanese server or people; they will greet back to you for sure!!
What we will introduce today is…..
Words to praise!
Everyone would be happy to hear something good about him/her, right??
Let’s learn some words to praise and make everyone happy!
Some words you might know are…
- ‘kawaii’ means cute or pretty.
- ‘kawaii’ is usually for girls, kids, or animals, but sometimes we use it for boys to tease or to make fun of.
- You can use Kawaii for the behavior or fashion
- ‘kakkoii’ means cool or handsome
- ‘kakkoii’ is usually for boys, but sometimes we use it for girls when they do something cool or their fashion is cool
- ‘ikemen’ means basically the same as kakkoii
- ‘Ikemen’ is usually used just for the face while ‘Kakkoii’ can be used for the face, behavior, fashion, and so on.
- Your shoes are かわいい Kawaii (cute) / かっこいい Kakkoii (cool)!
- Your dog is かわいい Kawaii (cute)!
- Ariana Grande is super かわいい Kawaii (pretty)!
- Ironman is so かっこいい Kakkoii (cool)!
My boyfriend was eating ice cream and he had it on his nose.
a fire occurred and a brave man rescued a baby from the fire!
- ‘Sugoi’ means Wow!, Great! or Awesome!
- ‘Sugoi ” is used when someone did something great or when you are surprised by something that has an impact
- We usually use Sugoi to react.
Example for Sugoi
My team won the national champion!
すごい Sugoi (Awesome)!!
I can play the guitar, the piano, the trumpet, the drum…..
The box office of Avengers Infinity war was US$2.048billion.
Today, I introduced some words to praise!
I think they are simple and easy to use. Use those words and make your friends happy!
You are studying Japanese hard from this blog and I respect it! This is Sugoi すごい (Great)!!
See you next time!
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3rd-year student at Saint Mary's University
Public Relations of Japanese Canadian Society with Miki.
Japanese Words for Today is written by Minori!
She came to Canada, Nova Scotia when she was a high school student.
She is a cheerleader in our society!