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living room いま
How to say “living room” in Japanese? “いま”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “いま” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on living room in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– The sound of "いま" (ima) is simple and easy to recall. It can be associated with the English word "imagine," which begins with "ima."
– Picture yourself living in the present moment ("ima" means "now" in Japanese) in your living room. This contextual link reinforces the meaning.

– "いま" (ima) primarily means "living room" when written in kana. However, when written in kanji as "今" it means "now."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 居間 (いま, ima)
– リビングルーム (ribingurÅ«mu) – This is the katakana version derived from the English "living room."

Alternate meanings like slang:
– As mentioned, "いま" (今) can mean "now" in Japanese, indicating the current time or moment.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. いまはとても広いです。
Ima wa totemo hiroi desu.
(The living room is very spacious.)

2. 彼女はいまで本を読んでいます。
Kanojo wa ima de hon o yondeimasu.
(She is reading a book in the living room.)

3. いましてることが大事です。
Ima suru koto ga daiji desu.
(What you do now is important. – Note the dual meaning.)

4. いまに友達が来ます。
Ima ni tomodachi ga kimasu.
(My friend will come to the living room soon.)

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いま info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
1. Associate it with the phrase "in the moment" since "いま" represents the current time.
2. Picture a clock that shows the current time and think "いま" when you look at it.

"いま" (ima) is the Japanese word for "now" or "the present moment."

Other words that mean the same thing:
1. 現在 (げんざい, genzai) – This term is a more formal way to say "the present" or "currently."

Alternate meanings like slang:
None directly, but you might encounter phrases like "ただいま" (tadaima), which means "I'm home now" or "I'm back now," often used when returning home.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. いま、何をしていますか? (Ima, nani o eimasu ka?) – What are you doing now?
2. いま行きます。 (Ima ikimasu.) – I'm coming now.
3. いまは忙しいです。 (Ima wa isogashii desu.) – I am busy now.
4. いまがチャンスです。 (Ima ga chansu desu.) – Now is the chance.
5. いまのところ順調です。 (Ima no tokoro junchou desu.) – It's going well so far.

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