Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Japanese"

The meaning of "Japanese" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does kōen in Japanese mean?
A: 公園 means park
Q: What does I'm Japanese myself mean?
A: The person told you that he/she is also Japanese
Q: What does it can be different (in Japanese please ) mean?
A: 異なるかもしれない
Q: What does Japanese mean?
A: Native to Japan.

Example sentences using "Japanese"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Japanese .
A: He's trying to learn Japanese.
I met a Japanese woman yesterday.
Japanese culture is very interesting.
I love to eat Japanese food.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Japanese.
A: I can speak Japanese.

The Japanese food in that restaurant is great.

He is Japanese.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Japanese.
A: there are no common expressions involving the word japenese.

Synonyms of "Japanese" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I'm a Japanese. and I'm Japanese. ?
A: I'm a Japanese (noun).

I'm Japanese (adjective).
Q: What is the difference between Japanese and Japan’s ?
A: japanese is an adjective that describes things from japan. It is also the english word for people from japan and the language.

Japanese pottery, japanese language, japanese candy, etc.


Japan’s: -‘s shows possession. kind of like in japanese「 私の兄の友達」my older brother’s friend, the “friend” belongs to brother.

Japan’s ______.

Japan’s population, Japan’s music, Japan’s food, Japan’s response to x, etc.
Q: What is the difference between ​​Most Japanese students..... and Almost all Japanese students..... ?
A: I think they're the same.
Q: What is the difference between I'm Japanese. and I'm a Japanese person. and I'm a Japanese. ?
A: I personally have never heard someone use the phrasing I am a Japanese, but I believe all three convey the same meaning except the second one uses more words than the first.
Q: What is the difference between I'm a Japanese and I'm the Japanese ?
A: I'm a Japanese = you're a person from Japan.
I'm the Japanese = you're the person from Japan, not the other people.

For example:
A book = one book.
The book = that book, not the other books.

I need a book = I need one book, any book is okay.
I need the book = I need that specific book, I don't need the other books.

Translations of "Japanese"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Japanese
A: japonés - Japanese
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 日本語の文章が参照されていると分かったものについては、(in Japanese)と表記を追加しました。表記を追加した場所が正しいかどうか、ご確認お願いします。それ以外の変更箇所についても、合わせてご確認をお願いします。
A: I added "(in Japanese)" to the ones that I could tell were referenced from Japanese sentences. Please check if I added this to the correct sentences. Please confirm the other changes as well.
(If they still have to make the changes, you can also say "If there is anything else to change, please check that as well.")
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Japanese
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? お天気雨 in Japanese or 晴天雨 in Chinese
A: a sun shower
when the devil beats his wife (Southern US English)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this from Japanese
A: Candykiller is wrong. It should be
Please take a look at the photo. I look forward in working with you.

Other questions about "Japanese"

Q: how to use 「the」?
Japanese textbooks are awful so I can`t understand...
A: Use "the" when referring to a noun. "The" is used when talking about a specific noun. For example, "Put the hat on." In this sentence, the person is talking about a specific hat. If the person said "Put a hat on." the person is talking about any hat.
Q: I'm a Japanese does this sound natural?
A: I'm Japanese.
I'm from Japan.
Q: Now I'm a japanese permanent enployee, and I also contract a american company as freelance.
I have attached the japanese company's certificate of employment and imcome cerfiticate to this email. And I have a certificate of japanese bank balances and certificate of american bank balance. I have attached Japanese's one too. does this sound natural?
A: I am now a permanent Japanese employee, I also have a contract with an American company (as a freelance worker).

I have attached the Japanese company's certificate of employment and income to this email, as well as a certificate of my Japanese bank balance [!!! If you mean to say your Japanese bank balance? !!!] and a certificate of my American bank balance.

Q: How do you think about japanese comedy?
A: 英国のashensのユーチューバの動画は字幕があります。全部の動画じゃなくても、彼のE.T.の人形について動画はかなり可笑しいと思います。
Q: What's "What up?" and "What's up" like in Japanese?
A: What's up and what up are the same and in Japanese it meansどうしたの?
What up is used often when chatting on internet

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