How to Say Good in Japanese
How do you say good in Japanese? The English phrase “sounds good” has no equivalent in Japanese. It means “good,” but you can also say “that’s good” and “I’m good.” If you’re interested in learning how to say good in Japanese, keep reading! This ultimate guide will help you find out how to say good in a variety of situations. Here’s a look at the conjugation of “good.”
“Good” is usually used to describe an object, event, or appearance. Using’sasou’ to describe an object or event expresses an overall positive opinion about it. Liang sasou means “good,” but it can also mean “good enough” or “too good.”
‘Okay’ has several different meanings in Japanese. The most formal version is “Omedetou gozaimasu,” while the less formal form,’maji de’, means “you’re okay.” In polite settings, watashi is used. In more informal settings, female speakers might shorten it to ‘atashi’. ‘Boku’ is used by men and boys among friends, while some girls may use it to sound tomboyish.
“Nani” is another important word to learn in Japanese. It is often used alone or as part of a sentence and can mean “what’s up?” The word for “doko” can also be useful. If you want to know where a certain place is, “Doko desu ka?” is a helpful way to ask. Likewise, dare can be used to ask who someone is.