Japanese Translations

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  • 1
    What does 'doshitano' mean in English?
  • 2
    What does 'tanjobi omedeto' mean in English?
  • 3
    What does 'itadakimasu' mean in English?
  • 4
    What does 'oyaji' mean in English?
  • 5
    What does 'gomen nasai' mean in English?
  • 6
    What does 'sumimasen' mean in English?
  • 7
    What does 'minne, metite kure' mean in English?
  • 8
    What does 'datte, sekako kita damoncho todaka' mean in English?
  • 9
    What does 'kankinidane' mean in English?
  • 10
    What does 'mukinakeiwa omainoshieno datana' mean in English? (this one is not easy at all!)

Comments (3)

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nanapon (35602)
352 days ago
I barely understood this, looking at the comments below me, yes there's lots of mistakes, now that I notice..
Haruka (60485)
597 days ago
Lol with my last comment though please don't mind that. Sooo anyway, most of the Japanese spelling in this quiz aren't even the correct spelling. Especially in the 10th question, lmao. Like what the hell did I just read? O.o I'll start off orderly.

#1 The accurate translation for "Dou💗ano?" is "What's wrong?"
#6 I agree with Eadwine. Sumimasen can also mean three options. It could mean "Pardon me" "I'm sorry" and "Excuse me"
#7 Lol this is so wrong. It's supposed to be, "Minna, miteite kure"
#8 This is worse. It's supposed to be, "Sekkaku kitandakara, mouchotto!" And "Domonco Todaka" doesn't make sense.
#9 It's supposed to be "Kankeinai" which accurately translates to "It doesn't matter" or anything related to that.
#10 Actually is the worst of all. Even if you ask a Japanese person to read and translate it, he/she wouldn't answer because they don't understand it. It sounds like a randomly made-up Japanese sentence, no offence.

And lastly, it's "Omae" not "Omai"
Eadwine (44045)
716 days ago
I had to try really hard to find something to fit the question...
Sumimasen can actually mean all three options. And then there were the numerous typo's or plain mistakes. ('ti' doesn't even exist as a syllable)