It slipped my mind!;ど忘れする!Japanese Phrase #194

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It slipped my mind!;どわすれする!Japanese Phrase #194

Discover a new phrase each day to use in your Japanese! What does “どわすれする!(do wasure suru)” mean? Visit daily to learn some popular Japanese phrases on a regular basis!

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[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] It (totally) slipped my mind! / 突然想不起来! / 깜빡하다! / Tôi quên rồi!

When you completely forget something, you would be able to use “どわすれする!(do wasure suru)” which means “It slipped my mind!”. Everybody could use this phrase both in daily conversations as casual and in business situations as formal. The polite way to use it is “どわすれしました(します)(do wasure shimashita(shimasu))!(do wasure shimashita)”. Or you could use “完全かんぜんわすれてました(てます)!(kanzen ni wasurete mashita(masu))”.

Example 1

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この人歌ひとうたうまいよねー? (This guy sings very well, doesn’t he?) (你不觉得这个人很会唱歌吗?) (이 사람 노래 잘 부르지?) (Người này hát hay thật đó nhỉ?)
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Example 2

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昨日きのうはどこにいたの?一緒いっしょにおひるはんべるはずだったじゃん。 (Where were you yesterday? We were supposed to meet for lunch.) (你昨天去哪裡了?不是应该要和我一起吃午餐吗?) (어제는 어디 있었어? 같이 점심 먹기로 했었잖아.) (Hôm qua anh đã ở đâu vậy? Đã nói chắc chắn đi ăn trưa cùng nhau rồi mà .)
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