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How to say No In Japanese?

HiraganaKatakana
γ„γ„γˆγ‚€γ‚€γ‚¨
Pronunciation: iie
How to Say It Outloud: ee-eh
Usage: Used to formally or politely say 'no'.
Example Sentence Japanese:γ„γ„γˆγ€η΅ζ§‹γ§γ™γ€‚
Example Sentence English:No, thank you.
HiraganaKatakana
いやむダ
Pronunciation: iya
How to Say It Outloud: ee-yah
Usage: Used in casual or less formal contexts to say 'no'.
Example Sentence Japanese:γ„γ‚„γ€θ‘Œγ‹γͺい。
Example Sentence English:No, I'm not going.
HiraganaKatakana
だめダパ
Pronunciation: dame
How to Say It Outloud: dah-meh
Usage: Used to say 'no' in the context of 'not allowed' or 'no good'.
Example Sentence Japanese:γγ‚Œγ―γ γ‚γ§γ™γ€‚
Example Sentence English:That's not allowed.
HiraganaKatakana
γ„γˆγ‚€γ‚¨
Pronunciation: ie
How to Say It Outloud: ee-eh
Usage: Another polite way to say 'no'.
Example Sentence Japanese:γ„γˆγ€ι•γ„γΎγ™γ€‚
Example Sentence English:No, that's not correct.
Hiragana
ううん
Pronunciation: uun
How to Say It Outloud: oo-oon
Usage: Informal way to say 'no', often used in casual conversation.
Example Sentence Japanese:ううん、まだ。
Example Sentence English:No, not yet.

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