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Asking for something specific?

If I want to state something specific like "I would like some water to drink." would this be the correct way of saying it? (Watashi Wa) mizu o hoshi nomimasu. I am trying to get the correct word order and I close or really far off? Thanks Brian

Sayaka-Matsuura

Konnichiwa Brian! To ask: I would like some water to drink. You can just say, *Mizu ga hoshi desu *"I would like water"- you don't necessarily need the "to drink" part. (just like in English" You can add *GA HOSHI* to anything you want. If you want COKE, say *Koka kora ga hoshi desu.* :shock:

Thank you. That make is so simple! :lol:

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Prough

What would be a good way of saying, "What happened?" Thank You, Steve

2679

こんにちは! A good way of saying "What happened ? " is どうしたの?(doushita no ?). コッド

Prough

Is that short for "doushita no desu ka?" I would want to be very polite (business). Arigato Gozaimashita,

2679

Yes, that's the short form of "doushita no desu ka ?" and yes, the long form is more polite. Or, if you want to sound a little more friendly you can use the short form of "no", and it also makes the receiver understand that you want an explanation: "doushita-n desu ka ?" Hope this helps :D, コッド

Prough

ありがとございました コシドーさん!

Sayaka-Matsuura

In a very polite situation, you can also say: Dou shita no deshou ka? どうしたのでしょうか? sayaka ;)

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coolcader

I don't speak japan language,so I can not help you .Sorry. :(

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