50 Japanese Interjections You Should Use: Part2

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50 Japanese Interjections You Should Use: Part2

What kind of interjections do you usually use in Japanese? I’m going to introduce 50 Japanese interjections(Part2) you should be using in ordinal conversations with native speakers! Let’s get started!




Listener Responses

  • うーん、ふーん (hmmm)
  • ねぇ (Hey!)
  • 了解りょうかい!、オッケー (Okey dokey!)
  • When You Are Happy

  • やった!イエイ! (Yay!)
  • すごーい!!わーい! (Goody!!)
  • やったー! (YEAH!)
  • うん! / そう! (Yep!)
  • ええ~!マジ? (Boy!)
  • Negative Situations

  • うわっ (Ugh!)
  • げっ / うえっ / おえっ (Yuck / Ew / Eww!)
  • ちぇっ! (Dami it!)
  • げー! (Gah!)
  • うげっ! (Gross!)
  • 大変たいへん!まぁ! (My goodness!)
  • うーんu-n / ふーん(fu-n)

    Hmmm

    “うーん / ふーん” means “Hmmm” and which has been used when you are thinking something while talking to someone or even you are thinking something by yourself.

    Example
    ゆか
    うーんいたことないかな? (Hmmm… I wonder if I’ve never heard it?) (嗯–,应该是没听说过吧。) (음, 들어 본 적이 없을까?) (Hmn, chắc tớ không biết đâu.)
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    たつや
    うーん明日あしたどこにこうか? (Hmmm. Where will we go tomorrow?) (嗯–,明天去哪儿呢?) (음, 내일 어디 갈까?) (Hmn, vậy ngày mai đi đâu giờ?)
    ゆか
    ふーん、そうかもしれないね。 (Hmmm. Maybe so.) (哼,也许是吧。) (음, 그럴지도 모르겠네.) (Hmm, có lẽ vậy.)

    ねぇ(ne-e)

    Hey

    “ねぇ” means “Hey” and which has been used when you call somebody who you get along with. And you could use “ねぇねぇ” as well. “ねぇ” and “ねぇねぇ” is pretty casual so, don’t use them to your boss.

    Example
    たつや
    ねぇ昨日何きのうなにしてたの? (Hey, what did you do yesterday?) (我说,你昨天做了什么?) (저기, 어제 뭐 했어?) (Này, hôm qua cậu làm gì vậy?)
    ゆか
    ねぇ、ねぇ!明日あしたどこきたい? (Hey hey! Where do you wanna go tomorrow?) (喂,和你说话呢, 你明天想去哪里?) (저기, 저기! 내일 어디 가고 싶어?) (Này, này!Cậu muốn đi đâu vào ngày mai?)
    たつや
    ねぇおれ財布さいふどこからない? (Hey, don’t you know where my wallet is?) (欸,你不知道我的钱包在哪里?) (저기, 내 지갑 어디있는지 몰라?) (Này, cậu có biết ví của tớ để ở đâu không?)

    やったー(yatta-), よっしゃー(yo-ssya) / 万歳ばんざい(ban-zai), いえーい!(ie-i) /わーい(wa-i)

    Yay / Hooray / Woohoo

    “やったー(よっしゃー), 万歳ばんざい(いえーい)! and わーい” means “Yay, Hooray and Woohoo” and which has been used when you are happy and excited. Both men and women can use “やったー, 万歳ばんざい! and わーい”, however, よっしゃー has been used for men.

    Example
    ゆか
    いえーい!たからくじがたったー! (Hooray!!! I won the lottery.) (耶–!我中了彩票!) (오예! 복권에 당첨됐다!) (Yeah! Tôi trúng vé số rồi!)
    たつや
    よっしゃった! (Yay, I made it!) (太棒了,赶上了。) (좋았어, 제시간에 맞췄어!) (Được rồi, may mà kịp.)
    ゆか
    わーいあたらしい携帯けいたいゲットー! (Woohoo, I’ve got a new cell phone!) (哇,得到一支新手机!) (와~ 새로운 핸드폰 생겼어!) (Yeah! Tớ có điện thoại di động mới nè!)




    うわ〜(uwa-) / あ〜(a-)

    Ugh

    “うわ〜 / あ〜” means “Ugh” and which has been used when you get annoyed, feel bored and lazy etc…

    Example
    ゆか
    うわ〜!また迷子まいごになっちゃった。 (Ugh, I got lost again.) (哎呀! 又迷路了。) (우와~ 또 미아가 되고 말았어.) (Trời ạ! Lại lạc mất rồi.)
    たつや
    うわっ、めんどくせぇー。 (Ugh, so annoying….) (哇,超级麻烦的。) (아, 귀찮네~.) (Trời ạ! Phiền ghê cơ.)
    ゆか
    あ〜、このクラスきらい、だってちょうつまんないじゃん! (Ugh, I don’t like this class coz it’s really boring!) (哦,我讨厌这堂课,因为超无聊的啊 不是吗!) (아~, 이 클래스 싫어, 왜냐하면 완전 시시하잖아!) (A, tớ ghét cái lớp này quá. Chán kinh lên được!)

    げっ(ge) / おえっ(oe) / きもい(kimoi)

    Yuck / Eww

    “げっ, おえっ and きもい” means “Yuck, Ew and Eww” and which have been used when you look at things which are gross or when you smell something which totally stinks or when you eat something which was rotten.

    Example
    ゆか
    おぇっ!なにこのニオイ? (Yuck! What’s this smell?) (呃! 这是什么味道?) (우웩! 이게 무슨 냄새야?) (Eo ơi! Mùi gì kinh thế này?)
    たつや
    げーっなにこれ?マジでキモい! (Eww, what’s this? it’s really disgusting.) (呃!这是什么?真是恶心。) (으엑, 뭐야 이거? 진짜 기분 나빠!) (Ẹc, cái gì vậy? Kinh chết đi được!)
    ゆか
    きもいー、くもべてるー。 (Eww, he’s eating the spider.) (太恶心了!在吃一只蜘蛛。) (기분 나빠, 거미 먹고 있어.) (Tởm quá, người ta ăn nhện kìa.)

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