How do you say bon voyage in Japanese?
“bon voyage” in Japanese
How do you wish safe travels?
Generic Safe Journey Quotes
- Bon Voyage and get there safe!
- Safe Travels!
- Enjoy the journey!
- The road ahead may be long and winding but you’ll make it there safe and sound.
- Wishing you a safe journey and a relaxing vacation when you arrive!
- May your journey be free from stress and bring you home safely.
What is Yoku Yatta?
Saying “good job” casually with よく出来た (yoku dekita) and よくやった (yoku yatta) In most, if not all, cases,「よく出来ました。」is the best way to say “good job” in Japanese. It’s in a polite, but not overly formal, register, appropriate for use with just about anyone.
What is Kiwotsukete in Japanese?
please take care of yourself
“Ki wo tsukete kudasai” means “please take care of yourself.” In this lesson, NCS Japanese teacher Meredith talks about that and the meaning of “ki” in the Japanese language.
What is Itterasshai in Japanese?
Itterasshai (行ってらっしゃい) is the proper phrase to say to the person leaving, often after they announce their departure. It can be directly translated as “go and come back.” But, it has more of a meaning of: “see you later!” or “take care!”.
What is bon voyage in Korean?
Korean Translation. 항해 여행 hanghae yeohaeng.
What is another way to say happy journey?
Synonyms for Happy journey
- good journey. n.
- happy trails.
- pleasant journey.
- bon voyage.
- godspeed. n.
- have a good trip.
- jolly journey. n.
- safe travels.
What is another word for safe travel?
”Bon voyage” It literally translates to “good trip,” and the meaning is that you wish someone to have a good trip.
What does Otsu mean?
Otsu! /おつ！ Otsu! is a short, more casual way of saying Otsukaresama desu (お疲れ様です), which roughly translates to “Good work today.” It’s a useful phrase for greeting friends after a long day of classes or before heading off home.
What is Dekimashita?
The word できました is the past tense form of the word できる (dekiru) which means “to be able to do” or how we would use the word “can” as in “I can do it.” One of the easy ways to say you can do something in Japanese is to take a verb in its simplest form and add ことができます (koto ga dekimasu).
What is Kiotsukete Kudasai?
Updated on May 30, 2019. The Japanese phrase Ki o tsukete means “take care.” It is the phrase you would use when saying goodbye to a friend (whom you expect to see again within a few days) or a boss or coworker (whom you expect to see the next day or after a weekend).