RUDE Japanese Words You Use Without Knowing + What You Should Say Instead

Author channel Japanese Ammo with Misa   1 год. назад
442,672 views

19,586 Like   261 Dislike

12 Things NOT to do in Japan

What not to do in Japan! Learn the etiquette before you get here! ►SUBSCRIBE for more Japan tips! https://goo.gl/Kq44VX ►SUPPORT us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/abroadinjapan

Sentence Ending Particles: "よ (yo)" = ANNOYING? & ね (ne) & よね (yone) & っけ (kke)

Support Me on Patreon ★ - https://www.patreon.com/japaneseammo This time we'll learn HOW TO use the sentence ending particles ね (ne), よ (yo), よね (yone) and っけ (kke). I see a lot of learners use these ending particles (especially the よ particle) wrong. It seems like a small thing but it could make a huge difference in a sentence and could end up annoying Japanese people. Have you also wondered what "っけ" or "だっけ" mean? It's actually very common! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ★☆★NEW JAPANESE AMMO SHOP★☆★ https://teespring.com/stores/japaneseammo?pr=SUMMERAMMO (US / CANADA / INTERNATIONAL) https://teespring.com/stores/japanese-ammo-uk-eu?pr=SUMMERAMMO (UK / EU / INTERNATIONAL) ★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★ Please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and LIKE the videos :) I read all the comments and I appreciate them all xx ********************************************** SUBSCRIBE to our Newsletter!!! ☆ More Japanese lessons exclusively for subscribers http://bit.ly/1YldZgu ********************************************** Twitter lessons! Talk to me @japaneseammo https://twitter.com/japaneseammo Instagram @japaneseammo_misa https://www.instagram.com/japaneseammo_misa/ Join my kawaii gang on FB: https://www.facebook.com/japaneseammo/ Read more articles on the grammar - http://www.japaneseammo.com/

Why do Japanese mix up "L" and "R"?

I also can't roll my R's. It is physically impossible STOP TRYING TO TEACH ME HOW. Read some helpful stuff about Japan: https://goo.gl/J62xeh This video is brought to you by Red Robster. Hey Red Lobster I've eaten at your restaurant literally a hundred times please send me one million cheddar biscuits. I will tell everyone in Japan to visit you. ★ Patreon! http://patreon.com/rachelandjun ★T-shirts & Merch! http://rachelandjun.spreadshirt.com/ ►FOLLOW US *:゚*。⋆ฺ(*´◡`) Jun's Kitchen ⇀ https://www.youtube.com/JunsKitchen Adventure and vlog videos ⇀ https://www.youtube.com/RachelandJunExtra Twitter ⇀ https://twitter.com/RachelAndJun Instagram ⇀ https://instagram.com/rachelandjun Vine ⇀ https://vine.co/u/1318200044255903744 Facebook ⇀ https://www.facebook.com/RachelAndJun ►EQUIPMENT (Amazon affiliates links) _〆(・∀ ・ ) Camera ⇀ Panasonic Lumix FZ-1000 (http://goo.gl/htPRH1) Secondary camera ⇀ iPhone 6 (http://goo.gl/lsnKcy) Editing program ⇀ Sony Vegas Pro 13 (http://goo.gl/osEzUo) ►MUSIC ♪♪(o*゜∇゜)o~♪♪ Classic Horror - Madness Paranoia by Kevin MacLeod Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100471 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Josh Woodward - East Side Bar https://www.joshwoodward.com Life has no limits! Get out there and do something new today! *・゜゚・*:.。..。.:*・'ヽ(*^▽^*)ノ'・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゚・*

10 Signs You’re Way More Intelligent Than You Realize

You are way more intelligent than you realize! Here's a list of signs that actually indicate a super bright mind. They are all scientifically proved, so if you feel like a few of them are true for you, you have every reason to call yourself a genius! TIMESTAMPS You realize how much you don’t know 0:48 You wear the same clothes every day 2:00 You can feel what others are thinking 3:01 You can perfectly control yourself 3:50 Your eyes are blue 4:53 You are a chocolate lover 5:54 When you’re upset, you know what’s bothering you 6:56 You talk to yourself 7:47 You can’t stand any background noise 8:35 Your handwriting is messy 9:21 SUMMARY - Justin Kruger and David Dunning worked with a group of Cornell University undergrads and published the results of their research in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology in 1999. They asked students to predict their scores after being tested in Humor, Logical reasoning and English Grammar. Those who were 100% sure they did outstandingly well ended up with worse results than those who were more critical of themselves. - Psychologist Oliver Burkeman has done some serious research on the lifestyle of the brightest minds in the world. He concluded that smart people tend to save up their mental abilities for more important things. Unless those smart people are fashion designers or Lady Gaga, of course. - Empathy is a sign of exceptional mental intelligence. If you are emotionally intelligent, you love meeting new people and learning new things. According to psychologist and author of Focus: The Hidden Drivers of Excellence Daniel Goleman, people who care a lot about others and can feel them well, generally, succeed in life. - The ability to control instincts is what we know distinguishes humans from animals. Genius people went even further: they manage to overcome and control any impulses they have. If you can plan and achieve goals without being distracted by emotions you are more intelligent than you might imagine. - Professor emeritus of the University of Louisville Joanne Rowe has concluded light-eyed humans, and even animals are way better at activities requiring self-pacing than the dark-eyed creatures. The fact that you are better at self-paced activities means that you like paying attention to every detail. - M.D. Franz H. Messerli, who is most likely a chocolate lover himself, published the results of his study in The New England Journal of Medicine. He tried to link genius (Noble prize winner kind of genius) per ten million people with the amount of chocolate consumed in certain countries. And he found it. - Genius people don’t stick to the past. And, they don’t blame everyone and everything around for their sadness. Psychologist Daniel Goleman explains a real genius does not only address problems but also recognizes emotions when he feels them, and not ignores them. - Psychologists Daniel Swigley and Gary Lupyan conducted a whole study on it. The good self-talk, according to them, helps us sort the important thoughts from useless stuff going through our minds. - A study conducted at the Northwestern University has stated that a genius hates any kind of background noise because it prevents him from concentrating on important issues. - Next time someone criticizes your handwriting, simply nod, say “I am sorry you don’t get it” and triumph on the inside. Messy writing is one of the signs of a genius! Did you recognize any of these signs in yourself, or maybe you are now positive your best friend is a genius? Feel free to share it in the comments section. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: https://goo.gl/zarVZo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/

#6 Stop saying "Sayonara" - How to say "Bye" ┃NATIVE WAY

Did a textbook teach you to say "SAYONARA"? Stop using it! If you say "sayonara" to a Japanese person, they'll smile and nod but it's still weird. And they won't let you know that. If you want to sound NATIVE, watch this lesson. ~~~ This time we'll learn several different ways to say "Bye" / "See you later" / "See you tomorrow" / "Talk to you later" both formally and informally. Learn the differences between: ☆さようなら (Sayounara) ★失礼します。 (Shitsurei shimasu) ☆またね (Mata-ne) ★じゃあね (Jaa-ne) ☆ じゃあ、またね (Jaa, mata ne) ★ それじゃ / そんじゃ (Sore ja / Son ja) ☆ ばいばい (bai-bai) ★ また明日 (Mata ashita) ☆ お先に失礼します。 (O-saki-ni shitsurei shimasu) ★ お疲れ様です。 (O-tsukare-sama desu) ☆ 行ってきます (Itte-kimasu) ★ 行ってらっしゃい (Itte-rasshai) Want longer lessons? Support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/japaneseammo ★☆★NEW JAPANESE AMMO SHOP★☆★ https://teespring.com/stores/japaneseammo (US / CANADA / INTERNATIONAL) https://teespring.com/stores/japanese-ammo-uk-eu (UK / EU / INTERNATIONAL) ★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★ Hope you enjoy it! Please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and LIKE the videos :) I read all the comments and I appreciate them all xx ********************************************** SUBSCRIBE to our Newsletter!!! ☆ More Japanese lessons exclusively for subscribers http://bit.ly/1YldZgu ********************************************** I want friends on Twitter! Talk to me @japaneseammo Instagram @japaneseammo_misa Read more articles on the grammar - http://www.japaneseammo.com/

Speak Japanese with a native ^.^
http://go.italki.com/japaneseammo (You'll get 10$ in credits by clicking the link.)
In this lesson we'll learn words & phrases you should avoid.
There are LOTS of words that learners use but are actually RUDE / CRINGEY in Japanese.
If you learn Japanese just using dictionaries, Google Translate and textbooks, you end up sounding RUDE AND WEIRD D:

Do you know how to say these things in Japanese PROPERLY?:
- I love you.
(Phrase you get from the Google Translate is NOOOO!)
- I'm happy to be your friend.
- Thank you. (Arigatou is rude!)
- Lots of ways to say the word "you"
- "Well done" (yoku dekimashita - looking down at someone)
- Imperative (e.g. たべろ!いけ!) vs Request form (e.g. たべて!いって!)
- How to SWEAR / Japanese Swear Words
- I feel bad. (Does かわいそう mean "it LOOKS cute"???)
and MUCH MORE ★

P.S. Japanese can be very different depending on the region.
What I'm teaching is the standard (hyoujungo) Japanese that's used in Tokyo / Kanto region. ^^

★★Want longer lessons? ★★
Support me on Patreon -
https://www.patreon.com/japaneseammo

★★Do you want to learn Japanese from ANIME? Watch this!!★★
https://youtu.be/5zafsjXCmx4

Hope you enjoy it!

Please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and LIKE the videos :)

★Twitter lessons★
https://twitter.com/japaneseammo

Instagram @japaneseammo_misa
https://www.instagram.com/japaneseammo_misa/

Read more articles on the grammar -
http://www.japaneseammo.com/

Comments for video:

Similar video