Go out of your way:”waza waza” Japanese Phrase #260

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Go out of your way:”waza waza” Japanese Phrase #260

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わざわざ。(waza waza)

Go out of your way / 特地的。 / 일부러 / Cất công , cố ý

When you describe that “to do something with more effort than is usual or expected”, you would be able to use “わざわざ。(waza waza)” which means “Go out of your way”. Everybody could use this in daily conversations as casual, polite, and formal.

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Sample 1

tatsuya

具合ぐあいよくなった? (Are you feeling better now?) (你感觉好点了吗?) (컨디션은 좋아졌어?) (Bạn đã thấy khỏe hơn chưa?)

yuka

うん。わざわざ電話でんわかけてくれてありがとう。 (Yeah. Thank you for going out of your way to call me.) (嗯,谢谢你特地打电话关心我。) (응, 일부러 전화해줘서 고마워.) (Vâng. Cảm ơn bạn đã dành thời gian gọi điện thoại cho tôi.)

tatsuya

かった!明日あした学校来がっこうくる? (Good! Are you going to school tomorrow?) (太好了!你明天会来学校吗?) (다행이네! 내일 학교 올 거야?) (Thật tốt quá!Ngày mai bạn có đến trường không?)

Sample 2

yuka

もう宿題しゅくだいわった? (Have you finished your homework yet?) (你作业写完了吗?) (벌써 숙제 끝냈어?) (Bạn đã làm xong bài tập về nhà chưa?)

tatsuya

レイがわざわざ手伝てつだってくれたよ。 (Miku went out of her way to help me.) (莲特地的来帮我一起完成了。) (레이가 수고스럽게 도와줬어,) (Ray đã cất công giúp tớ rồi.)

yuka

やさしいね! (He’s nice!) (他人真好呢!) (친절하네!) (Cậu ấy tốt bụng nhỉ!)

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