Is sorry in Nihongo "sumimasen" or "gomenasai"? I know that gomen, gomene or gomenasai means sorry and sumimasen means excuse me but sometimes when I watch Nihongo films, sumimasen is translated as sorry. why is this so? onegai...I need answers. T_T
Sep 6, 2008 3:23 PM
Answers · 1
coz "sumimasen" means both "excuse me" and "sorry". it's easy huh? :)))
September 9, 2008
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