I’m with you. :私/僕も同じだよ。Japanese Phrase #228


I’m with you. :わたし/ぼくおなじだよ。Japanese Phrase #228

Discover a new phrase each day to use in your Japanese! What does “わたし/ぼくおなじだよ。(watashi / boku mo onaji dayo)” 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”] I’m with you. / 我也一样唷。 / 나도 마찬가지야. / Tôi cũng thế.

When you show that you feel the same towards somebody or about something, you would be able to use “わたし/ぼくおなじだよ。(watashi / boku mo onaji dayo)” which means “I’m with you.”. Everybody could use this phrase in daily conversations as casual. The polite way to use it is “わたし/ぼくおなじです。(watashi / boku mo onaji desu)” and which is also used as formal.

Example 1

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ちくたびれたー。 (I got tired of waiting.) (我等得好累。) (기다리다 지쳤다~) (Chờ dài cả cổ rồi.)
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Example 2

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ぬほどつかれたー。 (I’m dead tired.) (真是累死我了。) (피곤해 죽겠어~) (Mệt muốn chết!)
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