- What does kimi wa kawaii desu mean in English?
- [JAPANESE]kawaii desu ne [Translation & japanese characters?]?
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What does kimi wa kawaii desu mean in English?
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It means "I am cute. Kawaii is 'cute' desu is the verb 'to be' WA written in Japanese as ha is the topic marker of the sentence. It means You are pretty therefore I Well, i think it means 'You are cute. So 'watashi WA totemo kawaii desu' means 'I am so cute'. Kawaii, kah-wah-ee is the Japanese to mean "cute" or "adorable".
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[JAPANESE]kawaii desu ne [Translation & japanese characters?]?
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Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question, please post it. Thank you! Note that this thread has not been updated in a long time, and its content might not be up-to-date anymore. How am I supposed to respond to that? The page below explains the functions and meanings of the various particles, including "yo" and "ne". So I guess the "yo" in "atsui yo ne" is to emphasize the hotness, and the "ne" is to check the agreement of the listener? That's correct.
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I am making a chibi drawing, and I want it to say besides it something like: "Cute, isn't it? What would be japanese characters be? Signaler un abus. Oui Non. Ajouter un commentaire.
The word for the day: kawaii pronounced ka wa ee. Kawaii literally translates as cute in Japanese, and if you are in Japan you will hear it constantly. A baby? A dog on a skateboard? A pretty sweater at the store? A foreigner minding her own business on the train and most definitely not looking kawaii?
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c est magnifique mais ce n est pas la guerre
That means it's a word that grammatically links subjects and predicates. It's usually translated to English as "to be" or "it is. In almost every aspect of Japanese language and culture, there are multiple levels of politeness. Some say there are three general levels. Others get more specific and terrifyingly claim there are nine.
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