You Will Be Able To Use “That’s too bad.” in Japanese in 10 Seconds.
We sometimes use “That’s too bad.” in our lives and with our relationships. Did you know how to use that? It is “残念ですね” which is the helpful word for you to fluently communicate with native Japanese speakers. When natives say something bad, you could use it. Let me introduce how to use “That’s too bad.” in Japanese for casual and business situations today.
That’s too bad. / It’s a shame. / I’m bummed out. / Unfortunately
When we weren’t able to do what we wanted, native Japanese speakers would say “残念” means “That’s too bad. / It’s a shame. / I’m bummed out.”. In casual, you could say 残念っ stands for 残念です, 残念っす for teenagers instead of 残念です, 残念だねー means “It’s a shame” with a light feeling, 残念すぎるっ means “That’s Toooo bad” or マジ残念 means also “That’s Toooo bad”. “残念ですが_____です。” which means “Unfortunately ______” is a little bit stiff in a daily conversation, so you would be able to use “残念ですが_____です。” for a writing word or to your boss.