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Common Japanese Phrases: I’m hungry – testimonial Notes

Today we learned just how to speak “I’m hungry” and “I’m thirsty” in Japanese.

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In this review we will certainly share a couple of other methods that you deserve to express hunger or thirst in Japanese.

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Number 1:

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★ Onaka ga sukimashita accurate means “stomach became empty however it translates to “I’m hungry.”

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 Some more casual ways to speak it are: onaka (ga) suita, onaka (ga) pekopeko, onaka hetta, hara hetta (masculine)

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Onaka pekopeko!

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Number 2:

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 Nodo ga kawakimashita literally way “My throat is dry” but it converts to “I’m thirsty.”

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 The casual means to to speak it is nodo (ga) kawaita.

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Nodo kawaita!

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Conclusion:

Now you know exactly how to to speak you space hungry or thirsty in Japanese! If girlfriend practice utilizing these expressions every time you are hungry or thirsty girlfriend will have them down in no time!

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Nodo kawaita! I wanna drink ramune!

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Get Ramune here!

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4 comments

Thanks because that this lesson. By the way, is there a lesson that shows exactly how to to speak I’m full?

We haven’t actually made a lesson for the expression yet, yet “I’m full” in Japanese is 満腹です (manpuku desu) or おなかがいっぱいです (onaka ga ippai desu) (◕ω◕)☆

I find out so much from you! however can you please send me kanji/katakana sentences:

Onaka ga sukimashitaNodo ga kawakimashitaOnaka pekopekoNodo kawaita

It will help me because hiragana/romaji is not sufficient for me too find out ^^ wwwwwww