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We (colloquial) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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we (colloquial) γ‚γŸγ— たけ
How to say “we (colloquial)” in Japanese? “γ‚γŸγ— たけ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ‚γŸγ— たけ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on we (colloquial) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Japanese Term: γ‚γŸγ— たけ
Romanized Characters: watashi tachi

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
1. Word Association: "Watashi" means "I" or "me," so adding "tachi" to it pluralizes it to mean "we."
2. Chunking: Break it into two parts – "watashi" and "tachi," which is similar to the English structure of individual + group.

γ‚γŸγ— (Watashi): Refers to oneself, equivalent to "I" or "me."
たけ (Tachi): A suffix used to indicate pluralization, especially when referring to people.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
私たけ (私達) (watashi tachi): Formal or written version of "we."
εƒ•γŸγ‘ (ぼくたけ) (boku tachi): Used mainly by males, means "we" in a more casual manner.
俺たけ (γŠγ‚ŒγŸγ‘) (ore tachi): An even more casual and masculine form of "we," often used among friends or in informal settings.

Alternate Meanings/Slang:
γ‚γ‚Œγ‚γ‚Œ (warera): Slightly formal and sometimes used in speeches or publications to mean "we."

Examples of Sentences:
1. Standard Usage:
– γ‚γŸγ—γŸγ‘γ―ζ—₯ζœ¬γ«θ‘ŒγγΎγ™γ€‚
– Romanization: Watashi-tachi wa Nihon ni ikimasu.
– Translation: We are going to Japan.

2. Formal Usage:
– η§γŸγ‘γ―δΌšθ­°γ«ε‚εŠ γ—γΎγ™γ€‚
– Romanization: Watashi-tachi wa kaigi ni sanka shimasu.
– Translation: We will participate in the meeting.

3. Casual Male Usage:
– εƒ•γŸγ‘γ―γ‚‚γ†εΈ°γ‚‹γ‚ˆγ€‚
– Romanization: Boku-tachi wa mou kaeru yo.
– Translation: We are going home now.

4. Informal Male Usage:
– δΏΊγŸγ‘γ―γƒγƒΌγƒ γ γ€‚
– Romanization: Ore-tachi wa chiimu da.
– Translation: We are a team.

5. Formal Group Reference:
– ζˆ‘γ€…γ―ζœͺζ₯γ‚’δΏ‘γ˜γ‚‹γ€‚
– Romanization: Warera wa mirai wo shinjiru.
– Translation: We believe in the future.

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