Japanese Grammar: How To Use Interjections (+ Examples)

Written byIchika Yamamoto

Definition: The interjeccion is a word or a group of word that expressing a thought with no need of a subject and a verb,also be inserted within an sentence, separated generally by commas of the rest of the sentence.

Watch out!あ ぶ な いabunai
Oh, huhあ れ / あ れare
Noい やiya
Ouchい た / い てita / ite
Heyお いoi
hey, oh, oopsお うou
Hey, yo, yes sirお っ すossu
Oopsお っ とotto
well!, my goodness!お や お やoyaoya
Cheers, bottoms upか ん ぱ いkanpai
Do your best, good luckが ん ば れganbare
hang in there, come onが ん ば っ てganbatte
Here it comesき たkita
eekき ゃ あkya
Farewellご き げ ん よ うgokigenyou
Hey!こ らkora
I'm sorry, excuse meし つ れ いsitsurei
Damn itし ま っ たsimatta
Bye, see youじ ゃ あ ねja-ne
Awesome, cool, greatす ご いsugoi
sorry!, excuse me!す み ま せ んsumimasen
Yes, yeahそ う そ うsousou
Exactly, that's rightそ の と う りsonotouri
Help!た す け てtasukete
I hate youだ い き ら いdaikirai
Shut upだ ま れdamare
Shucksち ぇche
Pleaseど う ぞdouzo
Thanksど う もdoumo
What?, huh?な にnani
I seeな る ほ どnaruhodo
Yayや っ た ーyatta
Nothingべ つ にbetsuni
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