How do you ask for something in Japanese?

How do you ask for something in Japanese?

As you can see 「ください」 is a direct request for something while 「くれる」 is used as a question asking for someone to give something. However, it is similar to 「くれる」 in that you can make a request for an action by simply attaching it to the te-form of the verb.

Is Kudasai polite?

While kudasai is a more familiar term, onegaishimasu is more polite or honorific. Thus, this Japanese word is used when you are requesting a favor. You would also use it if you are directing the request to a superior or to someone you do not know well.

How do you say Kudasai informally?

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What does Kiku mean Japanese?

the Chrysanthemum flower
Kiku is a name for both boys and girls. The meaning of Kiku is “the Chrysanthemum flower”. It is said to have originated from the Japanese language. There are 27 variations of meanings according to Kanji in Japanese.

How to ask basic questions in Japanese?

趣味は何ですか ( Shumi wa nan desu ka) – “What are your hobbies?”

  • 何歳ですか ( Nansai desu ka) – “How old are you?”
  • 仕事は何ですか ( Shigoto wa nan desu ka) – “Where do you work?”
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    How to ask ‘how’ and ‘why’ in Japanese?

    どうしても ( doushitemo) – “No matter what”

  • どうしてか ( doushiteka) – “For some reason”
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