Exclamations In Japanese: How To Exclaim Your Emotions

Written byIchika Yamamoto

Definition: Exlamations are a kind of sentences which is called as Exclamative sentences in other languages, these sentences are used to expressing strong emotions and feelings.

Japanese language has special rulesfor using punctuation marks, but the exclamation mark always comes at the end of a exclamative sentence.


  • Yes, it's a good idea!

  • はい、それは良い考えです!

  • Hai, sore wa yoi kangaedesu!

  • Wow, that's amazing!

  • うわー、それは驚くべきことだ!

  • Uwa , sore wa odorokubeki kotoda!

  • Oh, Shes is very smart!

  • ああ、彼女は非常にスマートです!

  • Ā, kanojo wa hijō ni sumātodesu!

  • Oh, what a miracle!

  • ああ、何の奇跡!

  • Ā, nani no kiseki!

  • Eh, call her!

  • えー、彼女を呼んで!

  • E, kanojo o yonde!

  • No, I can't believe in you!

  • いいえ、私はあなたを信じることができない!

  • Īe, watashi wa anata o shinjiru koto ga dekinai!

  • Wow, they are very lucky!

  • うわー、彼らは非常に幸運です!

  • Uwa, karera wa hijō ni kōundesu!

  • Yes, I won the main prize!

  • はい、私は、メインの賞を受賞!

  • Hai, watashi wa, mein no shō o jushō!

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