Cheer up!:元気だして!Japanese Phrase #162


Cheer up!:元気げんきだして!Japanese Phrase #162

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[wp-svg-icons icon=”pencil-2″ wrap=”span”] 元気げんきだして!(genki dashite)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Cheer up! / 打起精神来! / 기운 내! / Vui lên!

When you want someone to feel happier or more cheerful, you would be able to use “元気げんきだして!(genki dashite)” which means “Cheer up!”. It is the word everyone uses as both casual and formal. The polite way to use it is “元気げんきだしてください!(genki dashite kudasai)”. When someone is down, why don’t you use this phrase?

Example 1

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また彼女かのじょにフラれちゃった・・・ (I was damped by my girlfriends again…) (我又被女朋友甩了…) (또 여자친구한테 차였어…) (Tớ lại bị bạn gái bỏ rồi …)
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Example 2

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また試験しけんちゃったー・・・ (I failed the exam gain…) (我又落榜了…) (또 시험 떨어졌어…) (Tôi lại thi trượt rồi …)
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