Kamyia
how do you say "My name is..." in Japanese? ...
Jul 4, 2008 12:41 AM
Answers · 5
はじめまして、わたしは ”name”です。 よろしく!
July 10, 2008
"(Watashi no) namae wa ..... desu," or, "(Watashi wa)... desu. Do not use "o-namae" here; only use that when refering to someone else's name. The "o" is an honorific prefix. In this case, using it with "namae," for your own name probably would make you sound snobbish. "Watashi no"/"Watashi wa" can be left out sometimes because the fact that it is your name is obvious, especially if someone asked you first. Note: the "wa" particle is written with the "ha" hiragana but in this context as the topic marker, it is pronounced "wa."
July 5, 2008
You are a lady, so you say: "Watashi ha Kamyia to moushimasu, douzo yoroshiku onegai shimasu." or more casual "Watashi ha Kamyia desu, douzo yoroshiku onegai shimasu."
July 4, 2008
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