- Yamete kudasai. = Can you please stop it?
Is Yamete a bad word?
Hence, if you do not master the language, you can easily use the wrong word or phrases during a conversation and that is never wanted in such a situation. “Yamete” is a word that means “stop” according to the dictionary. Adding suffixes to this word, however, can change that way people understand it drastically.
What does Yamete mean?
stop Simply put, “yamete” means “stop” or “stop it” in Japanese. However, it is quite informal. It can be used between friends and acquaintances – either for lighthearted situations or even more serious ones. “Yamete” uses the te-form of “yameru” (やめる – to stop; to quit).
What is the meaning of Kudasai?
When you ask somebody to do something in Japanese, you say TE-form verbs and then KUDASAI (Please, or I would ask you to). For an example, a verb meaning to eat is TABEMASU. Its TE-form is TABETE. So, TABETE KUDASAI means Please eat.
What does Yamete Kudasai mean in Spanish?
please go out with me.
How do you respond to Yamete Kudasai?
- Yamete kudasai./Yamete. = Please, stop it. - Yamero. (An order) = Stop it. - Sawara nai de. = Please, dont touch (me). - Sawaruna. (An order) = Dont touch (me).
What does Dozo mean in Japanese?
go ahead Dozo means “go ahead” or “go first.” While some words are shortened to make them easier to say (“arigatou gozaimasu” becomes “arigatou”), dozo is often lengthened to “hai-dozo” as if it were one word (Yes-go-ahead). Other times, to be insistent that someone go ahead of you, there is the very handy dozo-dozo.
What is Chotto matte?
Chotto matte kudasai. / Please wait a moment. [chotto matte kudasai] Use these Japanese words when you want someone to wait for you for a little bit.
What is Sugoi desu ne?
Sugoi desu ne! = Lit. Really? Great! このアニメは ほんとうに すごいですね！
What is Nandayo in Japanese?
Nandayo! = Bloody hell!
What is Onegaishimasu?
Onegaishimasu (おねがいします) is a formal Japanese greeting used in the game of Go before a game starts. Please do your best, Please have a good game, if you please, or I pray you... Literally: do me this favor