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Take care (said to someone leaving) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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Take care (said to someone leaving) いって らっしゃい。
How to say “Take care (said to someone leaving)” in Japanese? “いって らっしゃい。”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “いって らっしゃい。” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on Take care (said to someone leaving) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

"いって らっしゃい" (itte rasshai)


いって (itte): This is the te-form of the verb いく (iku), which means "to go." The te-form is often used to connect verbs or to use in various expressions.

らっしゃい (rasshai): This is a contracted form of いらっしゃい (irasshai), which is derived from the verb いらっしゃる (irassharu), a respectful way to say "to go," "to come," or "to be." It implies a sense of welcome or sending off with care.

Tips to Remember:

– Break it into two parts: "いって" (go) and "らっしゃい" (take care/welcome).

– Imagine you're warmly sending someone off on their way, encouraging them to go (いって) and take care during their journey (らっしゃい).

Alternate Ways to Say "Take Care" (for someone leaving):

1. 気を぀けて (きを぀けて, ki wo tsukete): Literally means "be careful" or "take care."

2. γŠζ°—γ‚’γ€γ‘γ¦ (γŠγγ‚’γ€γ‘γ¦, o-ki wo tsukete): A more polite version of 気を぀けて.

3. またね (またね, mata ne): Informal, meaning "see you later."

4. θ‘Œγ£γ¦γγΎγ™ (いってきます, ittekimasu): Commonly said by the person leaving, meaning "I'll go and come back."

5. ご焑事で (ご ぢじ で, go buji de): A formal way of saying "safe travels" or "stay safe."


– Itte rasshai
– Ki wo tsukete
– O-ki wo tsukete
– Mata ne
– Ittekimasu
– Go buji de

a few seconds ago

I think this romaji is better……

Since "いって" is written as "itte"
I reckon "らっしゃい" is better written as "rasshai",
And it is how it's pronounced also…
Also "γ‚„" (ya) is in lower case…

18 days ago

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