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What in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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Tips to remember "なに" (nani):
– Associate it with the English word "nanny,” as both start with the same "n" sound.
– Visualize a curious child constantly asking their nanny, “What? What? What?”

– "なに" is used to ask questions or inquire about something unknown.
– It is an essential part of everyday conversation when asking about things, actions, or reasons.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– なん (nan): Another form, often used before certain particles like "ですか" (desu ka).

Alternate meanings/slang:
– In Kansai dialect, "なんや" (nan ya) can be similar to "what is it?" or "what’s going on?"
– "なにするん" (nani surun) could be a casual way of asking "What are you doing?" or "What’s going on?"

Examples of sentences:
1. それはなに? (Sore wa nani?) – What is that?
2. なにをしていますか? (Nani o eimasu ka?) – What are you doing?
3. なにかほしいですか? (Nanika hoshii desu ka?) – Do you want something?
4. なにがあったの? (Nani ga atta no?) – What happened?
5. あなたはなにを考えていますか? (Anata wa nani o kangaeteimasu ka?) – What are you thinking about?

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