How do you use Watashi wa?
When a subject or topic is obvious, we tend to omit it in the Japanese language.
If you are with a group of strangers and you decide suddenly to introduce yourself , you can say ‘watashi wa’..
Should I use Watashi?
When meeting someone for the first time, you should use “watashi”. And when you have become somewhat close to them, you can use “boku”. Then when you have become very close to them, you can use “ore.” In a woman’s case, “watashi” can always be used whenever, wherever and with whomever you speak.
What is desu ka?
1. Ogenki desu ka? is a set phrase that means “How are you?” But the literal word by work translation is as follows: Ogenki: the “o” is an honorary prefix. That makes the word more polite. genki means good health, good energy or something like that. Desu: desu is like the verb “to be”.
Is Anata rude?
If you use “anata” with someone who you know, it is rude. So it’s better to use name plus san. You might already have known that Japanese people often leave out ‘watashi’, because you say, for example, “Hiroko desu.” to mean ‘I’m Hiroko.” We leave out “watashi” when it’s obvious.
What is Nani Kore?
Kore wa Nani also means “what’s this” See a translation.
Is Omae rude?
お前 (Omae) is the Japanese word for “you” that is considered very rude.
What is kawaii desu ne?
Kawaii desu ne means, it’s cute, isn’t it? Or as a Canadian… it’s cute, eh? Trust me, if you spend some time in Japan, you’ll definitely hear this phrase… so even better if you learn it now!
What is Boku wa?
Boku wa: Boku is an informal, more male version of (I). You would use it around family members, friends, and people close to you. Mostly men use it, but some tomboys use it. Ore wa: Ore is the most different than the others. It’s a very informal way of saying “I”.