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Discussion in '日本語 (Japanese)' started by Ridgerover, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. Ridgerover New Member

    India-Hindi
    Also, totally unrelated but-- if I just want to tell a friend (who just had a ski accident), "I hope you feel better," would you say, "Kaifuku shite!" or some variation thereof? Thanks a bunch!

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  2. akimura

    akimura Senior Member

    Japan
    Japanese
    "Kaifuku shite!" :tick: (Recover! or Recover, please! literally.)

    My choice would be either of the following:

    「回復して(ね)。」 "Kaifuku shite (ne)."
    (Rocover, please!)

    「よくなって(ね)。」 "Yoku natte (ne)."
    (Get better, please!)

    「回復するといいね。」 "Kaifuku suru to ii ne."
    (I hope you'll recover.)

    「よくなるといいね。」 "Yoku naru to ii ne."
    (I hope you'll get better.)
     

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