What are you watching?:”nani miteru no?” Japanese Phrase #129

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What are you watching?:“nani miteru no?” Japanese Phrase #129

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なにてるの?(nani miteru no)

What are you watching/ looking at? / 你在看什么? / 뭐 보고 있어? / Bạn đang xem gì đó?

When you want to know what someone is watching, you would be able to use “なにてるの?(nani miteru no)” which means “What are you watching/ looking at?”. Everybody could use this. And the polite way to use it is “なにているのですか?(nani wo mite iru no desuka)”. “なにてるの?(What are you watching?)” is used for especially TV or movies and “なにてるの?(What are you looking at?)” is used for everything, it sounds the same though.

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Sample 1

tatsuya

なにてるの? (What are you watching?) (你在看什么?) (뭐 보고 있어?) (Bạn đang xem gì đó?) (nani mi teru no?)

yuka

スター・ウォーズだよ。 (It’s Star Wars!) (星球大战喔。) (스타 워즈야!) (Star Wars á.) (sutā ōzu dayo.)

Sample 2

yuka

なにてるの? (What are you watching?) (你在看什么?) (뭐 보고 있어?) (Bạn đang xem gì đó?) (nani mi teru no?)

tatsuya

ワンピースだよ! (It’s “One Piece”!) (航海王喔!) (원피스야!) (Xem áo đầm á!) (wanpīsu dayo!)

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