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!
“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.
“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.
“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.
“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.
“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.