50 Japanese Interjections You Should Use: Part3

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50 Japanese Interjections You Should Use: Part3

What kind of interjections do you usually use in Japanese? I’m going to introduce 50 Japanese interjections(Part3) you should be using in ordinal conversations with native speakers! Let’s get started!




Negative Situations

  • えー!(ブーイング) (Boo!)
  • チッチッ (Tsk-tsk)
  • まったくもう! (Come on!)
  • When You Got Angry

  • あー / あ”ー (uhhh / grrr!)
  • ゲー!クソー! (Gah!)
  • はぁ〜 (Duh!)
  • ちくしょう! (Goddam!)
  • もういーよ! (Heck! )
  • 最悪さいあく (This sucks!)
  • えー!(e-) / おいー!(oi-) / わっ!(wa)

    Boo!

    “えー!, おいー!” means “Boo!” and which have been used when you blame or boo something or someone. And when you surprise someone, you could say “わっ!” in Japanese. Furthermore, “おいー” has been often used by men.

    Example
    ゆか
    えー!ずるくない? (Boo! That’s not fair, is it?) (哎?太滑头了吧?) (어! 치사하지 않아?) (Hả! Sao khôn lỏi thế?)
    たつや
    おいー!なにしてんだよ! (Boo! What are you doing?) (喂!你干了什么!)(어이! 뭐하는 거야!) (Này! Cậu đang làm gì vậy!)
    ゆか
    わっ!おどろいた? (Boo!Were you surprised?) (哇!吓到了?) (앗! 놀랐어?) (Ô! Ngạc nhiên à?)

    チッチッ(chi-chi)

    Tsk-tsk

    “チッチッ” means “Tsk-tsk” and which has been used when you deny what someone said. What you want to say is you don’t get it.

    Example
    たつや
    チッチッ!大事だいじなことがかってないなー。 (Tsk-tsk. You don’t get the point.) (啧啧!重要的事情你搞没明白啊。) (흥! 중요한 것을 모르는 구나.) (Hihi! Cậu chẳng hiểu điểm quan trọng gì cả.)
    ゆか
    おんなしかからないことがあるのよ。チッチッ! (There is a thing which the only women figure ou. Tsk-tsk.) (有些事情就只有女人才懂。啧啧!) (여자만 아는 게 있다구. 흥!) (Có những chuyện chỉ phụ nữ mới hiểu thôi, hihi.)
    たつや
    チッチッ!まだまだ子供こどもだな。 (Tsk-tsk. You are still child.) (啧啧!还不过是个小孩呢。) (흥! 아직 애네.) (Hihi! Đúng là còn trẻ con.)




    あー(a-) / あ゛ー(a-)

    Uhhh / Grrr

    “あー and あ゛ー” mean “Uhhh and Grrr” which have been used when you got angry at something or someone, or when you have been feeling stressed, you could talk to yourself and say “あー / あ゛ー”.

    Example
    ゆか
    あー!インターネットがおそいー! (Uhhh! The internet is slow!) (啊!网速超慢!) (아! 인터넷이 느려~~!) (Aaaa! mạng chậm quá!!!)
    たつや
    あ゛ー!めんどくせー! (Grrr! What a pain!) (啊!超级麻烦!) (아! 귀찮아!) (Aaaa! Phiền quá!)
    ゆか
    あ゛ー!あつい! (Grrr! It’s soooo hot!) (啊!热啊!) (아! 더워!) (Aaaa! Nóng quá!)

    ゲー(ge-) / くそー!(kuso-) / あーもう(a-mou)

    Gah!

    “ゲー, くそー! and あーもう” means “Gah!” which have been used when you got angry or annoyed because you were not able to do something well.

    Example
    たつや
    くそー!何回なんかいやってもからない! (Gah! I try figuring it out sevel times but I didn’t!) (该死的!做多少次也搞不明白!) (젠장! 몇번이나 했는데도 모르겠다!) (Chết tiệt! Làm đi làm lại mà vẫn chẳng hiểu gì cả!)
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    ゆか
    あーもう!この宿題しゅくだいむずかしいよ。 (Gah! This homework is difficult!) (啊—真是够了! 这项功课很难。) (아~ 벌써! 이 숙제 어려워.) (Nản quá rồi! Bài tập khó quá đi!)
    たつや
    ゲー、またいちから? (Gah! Do I have to do it from the beginning?) (额,又要从头开始做?) (으엑~, 또 처음부터?) (Gì cơ, phải làm lại từ đầu á?)

    はぁ(ha-a)

    Sigh / Duh

    “はぁ” means “Sigh or Duh” and which has been used when you sigh because what someone said was so ridiculous that you definitely figure out and he/she was talking to you again and again. You feel like “Don’t say that! I know!”

    Example
    ゆか
    ねぇ!歯磨はみがいたの?! (Hey! Did you brush your teeth?) (喂! 你刷牙了吗?!) (저기! 양치했어?!) (Này! Cậu đánh răng chưa vậy?)
    たつや
    はぁ〜、だからみがいたっていったじゃん? (Duh! Again, I said I did!) (哈?不都说了刷完牙了啊?) (하아~ 그러니까 닦았다고 했잖아?) (Hừ, đã bảo là đánh rồi ma lại?)
    ゆか
    はぁ〜、またおなはなし (Sigh! It’s the same song again.) (哈?又是一样的话。) (하아~ 또 같은 이야기.) (Haiz, lại cái chuyện đấy à.)

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