Japanese is a difficult language to learn. It’s not just the characters or the complex grammar, but also the fact that every word has multiple meanings and nuances.
One of the most difficult things about learning Japanese is knowing how to express yourself in the right way.
There are a number of different ways to say “excited” in Japanese, depending on what you’re excited about, how long you’ve been excited, and how excited you are.
Here are some examples:
hayaku – quickly, fast; hayaku ni narimasu – I’ll be there soon!
kimochi ii – good feeling; kimochi ii desu ne? – How is it going? (Are you feeling good?)
ki ga tsuite iru – to be conscious of something; ki ga tsuite iru desu yo – I’m conscious of it (I know about it), but…
Last modified: August 11, 2022