Are you in a hurry?：急いでますか？Japanese Phrase #188
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[wp-svg-icons icon=”pencil-2″ wrap=”span”] 急いでますか？(isoide masu ka)
[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Are you in a hurry? / 你很急吗？ / 급하십니까? / Bạn có đang vội không?
When you want to ask if a person is in a hurry or not, you would be able to use “急いでますか？(isoide masu ka)” which means “Are you in a hurry?”. Everybody could use this phrase in daily conversations as casual. The more casual way to use it is “急いでる？(isoide ru)”. The polite way to use it is “お急ぎですか？(o isogi desu ka)” and which is used as formal.
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