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What day is today in Japan?
“What day is it today?” in Japanese is 今日は何曜日ですか。 (kyou wa nan yōbi desu ka?) To answer this question, all you need to do is say the day of the week plus です (desu).
What does youbi mean?
The Japanese wordようび (youbi/ yōbi) means “day” in English. It comes from the Chinese character 曜日.
How do you ask a girl out on a date in Japanese?
How would you ask if he or she is already in a relationship? If she has a boyfriend/ he has a girlfriend? A natural, idiomatic way to say it would be 「つきあっている人がいますか？」”Tsukiatte iru hito ga imasu ka?”. Literally, “is there someone you are dating?”.
How do you write the date and day in Japanese?
The most commonly used date format in Japan is “year month day (weekday)”, with the Japanese characters meaning “year”, “month” and “day” inserted after the numerals. Example: 2008年12月31日 (水) for “Wednesday 31 December 2008”.
What is Nichi in Japanese?
day, sun, Japan, counter for days.
How do Japanese write expiration dates?
Be aware as well that in Japan the dates are written as year/month/day.
- Shoumikigen – Best before date. Shomikigen is the period in which you can eat a product and it will still taste good.
- Shouhikigen – Expiry / Consume by date. This date is used for food that easily spoil.
How to ask and say the date in Japanese?
★ Today we will learn how to ask and say the date in Japanese! ★ “What’s the date today?” in Japanese is 今日は何日ですか。 (kyou wa nan nichi desu ka?) ★ To answer this question, all you need to do is say theday of the monthplus です (desu).
How do you say the days of the month in Japanese?
(kyou wa nan nichi desu ka?) ★ To answer this question, all you need to do is say theday of the monthplus です (desu). ★ For example,１５日です。 (juugonichi desu). ★ If you don’t know the other days of the month yet, please check out ourprevious lesson to learn how to say the days of the month in Japanese!
How to ask “Will you go out with me” in Japanese?
If he or she is single, you might wonder how to ask “ will you go out with me? ” in Japanese. Once again, the verb “ tsukiau ” will be one natural way to ask. A: 「ぼくと／わたしとつきあってもらえませんか？ 」 A: Boku to / Watashi to tsukiatte moraemasen ka? However, it is important to be careful with the verb “tsukiau”.
How do you write the year in Japanese?
You can see the kanji for year (nen, in case you need for phonetic entry to get the kanji), month (gatsu, same as for moon), and day (nichi, same as for sun) there. However, the year can also be written as 1年, because this is the Year One of the reign of the Reiwa Emperor.