This means AGAIN.
You use it to say "See you again".
むだ means waist.
言っても 無駄 ・・・ It is a waste of time to say.
無駄をなくす ・・・ Get rid of waste
Muda o Nakusu
考える = Think
考えます = I will think about it.
ひだりて 左手 Hidari Te
みぎて Right Hand Also means right hand side.
ひだりて Left Hand left hand side.
自由 じゆう Jiyuu
You see this sign sometimes in the restaurants. What it means is you can ask for refill of usually Rice, Soup and Cabbage (at Tonkatsu Restaurant)
した 下 Down
If you put 上 and 下 next t each other ... It reads じょうげ 上下
This switch moves up and down.
If you do not know answer to the question, you can just say しりません。
You can be polite by "I am sorry" first. すみません しりません
そこ Soko there
あそこ Asoko over there
どこ Doko Where
Word that points to the location of things relative to your location.
どこ is a question form.
なんかない Nanka Nai ... Is there anything?
なんかつかれた Nanka Tsukareta ... I do not know why but I am tired.
なんかくれ Nanka Kure ... Give me something.
なんかさ〜 Nanka Sa~ ... Somewhat / Do you know what I mean?
It means a lot.
めっちゃ おいしい Good Tate
めっちゃ かわいい Very Cute
Good Bye ...
sayonara. The word sayonara means "goodbye" or "farewell." ... It's a Japanese word that has been a popular informal word in English since the late 1800s. It literally means "if it is to be that way," combining sayo, "that way," and nara, "if."
Mottainai is a Japanese term conveying a sense of regret concerning waste. The expression "Mottainai!" can be uttered alone as an exclamation when something useful, such as food or time, is wasted, meaning roughly "what a waste!"
いっぱい ＝ Ippai ＝ Full
I am full.
おなか が いっぱい
おなか が いっぱい です。
わかりません -> I don't understand
勉強（べんきょう）おしえて Please tech me to study.
You can simply say だめ as well.