50 Japanese Interjections You Should Use: Part4

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50 Japanese Interjections You Should Use: Part4

What kind of interjections do you usually use in Japanese? I’m going to introduce 50 Japanese interjections(Part4) you should be using in ordinal conversations with native speakers! Let’s get started!




Other

  • ふぅ〜 (Phew)
  • しー (Shhhh!)
  • おめでとう! (Congratulations!)
  • ブルブル (Brr)
  • よお (Hey man)
  • ゴホン (Ahem)
  • 分かった? (Got it? )
  • えー (Er )
  • あー (Aww!)
  • えーと、あのー (Well)
  • かんべんしてよ! (Give me a break!)
  • あはははは (Ahahahaha)
  • それいいね (I like that!)
  • いてっ! (Ouch!)
  • あーあ… (Ah… )
  • ふぅ(fuu)

    Phew

    “ふぅ(fuu-)” means “Phew” and which has been used when you were relieved such as you made it on time and after overcoming something difficult.

    Example
    ゆか
    ふぅ、ホッとした〜。 (Phew, I’m relived.) (呼,我松了一口气〜!) (휴우, 십년감수했다~.) (Phù, nhẹ cả người.)
    たつや
    ふぅった。 (Phew, I made it.) (呼,赶上了。) (휴우, 제시간에 맞췄다!) (Phù, may quá kịp rồi.)
    ゆか
    ふぅつかれた。 (Phew, I got tired.) (呼,累死了。) (휴우, 피곤하다.) (Phù, mệt quá.)

    しー!(shi-)

    Shhhh!

    “しー!(shi-)” means “Shhhh!” and which has been used when you want someone to be quiet. By putting your index finger on your mouth with “Shhhh! (しー)”, people would understand what that means.

    Example
    たつや
    しーしずかに! (Shhhh! Be quiet!) (嘘一!安静!) (쉿~! 조용히!) (Suỵt! Yên lặng nào!)
    ゆか
    しーあかちゃんがてるの! (Shhhh! The baby is sleeping!) (嘘一!宝宝在睡觉!) (쉿~! 아기가 자고 있어!) (Suỵt! Em bé đang ngủ đấy!)
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    たつや
    しーかんがちゅうなんだ! (Shhhh! I’m thinking a lot!) (嘘ー!我正在思考呢!) (쉿~! 생각 중이야!) (Suỵt! Tớ đang suy nghĩ mà!)




    ゴホン(gohon)

    Ahem

    “ゴホン(gohon)” means “Ahem” and which has been used when you attract someone’s attention or condemn someone’s act. Some people clear their throat and begin to speak.

    Example
    ゆか
    ゴホン。みなさんしずかにしてください! (Ahem. Everybody quiet please!) (咳。请大家请保持安静!) (엣헴. 여러분 조용히 하십시오!) (E hèm. Mọi người yên lặng nào!)
    たつや
    ゴホン。よし、はじめようか! (Ahem. All right. Let’s get started.) (咳咳。 好,我们开始吧!) (엣헴. 좋아. 시작해 볼까!) (E hèm. Được rồi, chúng ta bắt đầu thôi!)
    ゆか
    ゴホン。みなさま社長しゃちょう登場とうじょうです! (Ahem. Ladies and gentlemen, here comes the CEO!) (咳咳。各位社长要登场的了。) (엣헴. 여러분 사장님께서 등장하십니다!) (E hèm. Mọi người chú ý, xin mời giám đốc ạ.)

    あ〜(a-)

    Aww

    “あ〜(a-)” means “Aww” and which has been used both when you feel happy and bad, positive and negative, and even exited and impressed. You could use “あ〜(Aww)” with a lot of situations.

    Example
    たつや
    あ〜なんでこうなったんだろう。 (Aww, I don’t know why this happened.) (啊〜,为什么会这样?) (아~ 왜 이렇게 된 걸까.) (Ài Tại sao lại ra nông nỗi thế này vậy.)
    ゆか
    あ〜てよかったー。 (Aww, I’m glad I came here.) (啊〜,幸好有来。) (아~ 와서 다행이다.) (A, may mà đến.)
    たつや
    あ〜なきゃよかったよ。 (Aww, I should’ve not come here.) (啊〜,不应该来的。) (아~ 오지 않았으면 좋았었어.) (Ài, đáng lẽ không nên tới thì hơn.)

    あはははは(ahahahaha)

    Ahahahaha

    “あははははは(ahahahaha)” means “Ahahahaha” and which has been used when something was so funny and you couldn’t stop laughing.

    Example
    ゆか
    あはははははなにそのはなしー!?ちょーウケる! (Ahahahaha! What’s that story? That’s so hilarious!) (啊哈哈哈哈,那是什么话啊,太—好笑了。) (아하하하하! 뭐야 그 이야기!? 진짜 웃겨!) (Hahahaha! Chuyện gì thế này!? Buồn cười vãi cơ!)
    たつや
    あはははは!この芸人げいにんちょう面白おもしろいね! (Ahahahaha! This comedian is so hilarious!) (啊哈哈哈哈!那个艺人超有趣的啦!) (아하하하하! 이 연예인 너무 재미있네!) (Hahahaha! Nghệ sỹ hài này buồn cười quá nhỉ!)
    ゆか
    二日酔ふつかよいなの?あははははみすぎないでよー! (You have a hangover? Ahahahaha! Don’t drink too much!) (宿醉吗?啊哈哈哈哈!不要喝多了哦!) (숙취야? 아하하하하! 과음하지마!) (Say tận ngày hôm sau cơ á? Hahahaha! Đừng có uống nhiều vậy chứ!)

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