watashi no – 私の (わたしの): a phrase meaning ‘my’ in Japanese. Depending on the situation and context, it can also be used to mean ‘mine’.
Watashi Wa was a Christian pop rock band from San Luis Obispo, California on Tooth & Nail Records. ” Watashi wa ” (私は) in Japanese means “I”.
Meaning: It is my car. Pronunciation: watashi no kuruma desu.
(sē no ) or いっせーのーせ (issē nō se ) is an expression meaning something similar to “1, 2, 3, go!” “ready, set, go!” “all together now!” etc. It’s an emphatic exclamation when doing/starting something. Usually used to synchronize a group of people.
If you use “ anata ” with someone who you know, it is rude. So it’s better to use name plus san. You might already have known that Japanese people often leave out ‘watashi’, because you say, for example, “Hiroko desu.” to mean ‘I’m Hiroko.” We leave out “watashi” when it’s obvious.
In formal or polite contexts, “ watashi ” is gender neutral. However, when it’s used in informal or casual contexts, it is usually perceived as feminine. “Boku” is used by men and young boys. It can be seen as rude depending on the context.
“ Watashi ” is gender-neutral and can be used by anyone if formality is needed. But L uses it all the time, even when the situation isn’t formal at all. It shows L’s social awkwardness since he doesn’t care about social conventions. Light uses “boku”.
Saying ‘I Love You’ A literal translation of the phrase “I love you” in Japanese would be ” aishite imasu.” Written out, it would look like this: 愛しています. In conversation, you’re more likely to use the gender-neutral word “aishiteru” (愛してる).
Desu です is a Japanese copula. That means it’s a word that grammatically links subjects and predicates. It’s usually translated to English as “to be” or “it is.” But knowing what it is doesn’t mean you know how to use it. In almost every aspect of Japanese language and culture, there are multiple levels of politeness.
DARE NO DESUKA = Whose (cat) is it?) in that situation. If people know what you are talking about, you don’t have to make the whole sentence as below. それはだれのねこですか。( SORE WA DARE NO NEKO DESUKA ) = Whose cat is it?
The expression “ Kore wa nan desu ka?” means “What is this?” The word “ kore ” means “this”, and “ nan ” means “what”.
When you want to talk about things you do not know the name of, you can use such expressions as kore, sore, are, and dore. Kore refers to something close to the speaker; sore refers to something close to the person you’re talking to; are refers to an object that is neither close to the speaker or the listener.
1: a woman of rank, station, or authority: such as. a archaic: the mistress of a household. b: the wife or daughter of a lord. c: a female member of an order of knighthood —used as a title prefixed to the given name.