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!
When You Got Angry
えー！(e-) / おいー！(oi-) / わっ！(wa)
“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.
“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.
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”.
ゲー (ge-) / くそー！(kuso-) / あーもう (a-mou)
“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.
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!”