How to express your feelings in Japanese #2 – 感じ kanji / って感じ tte kanji –

I did ‘How one can categorical your emotions in Japanese #1 ‘ on the twentieth September Stay Stream :
Right this moment’s lesson !
#2 is ‘when to make use of 感じ kanji –  感じる kanjiru = to really feel , the verb
✖️私はうれしく感じる watashi wa ureshiku kanjiru  (This sentence shouldn’t be pure in dialog.)
Ex. どう感じた?
= Dou kanjita ?
= How did you’re feeling?

Ex. どう感じましたか?(extra formal)
= Dou kanjimashita ka?
= How did you’re feeling?
or utilizing a noun type, 感じ ( = kanji)

Ex. どんな感じがしましたか?
= Donna kanji ga shimashitaka?
= How did you’re feeling?

These “emotions” could possibly be each bodily and emotional to specific your emotions in the direction of issues / folks / occurring / occasions round you.
The instances that you just use verb 感じる ( = kanjiru ) ・noun 感じ( = kanji)

Ex. 変な感じがする
= Henna kanji ga suru.
= It feels unusual.

Ex. 変な感じ (extra conversational)
= Henna kanji
= Unusual emotions!

Ex. 嫌な感じがする
= Iya na kanji ga suru
= It feels disagreeable

Ex. さっき地震があったみたいだけど何も感じなかった。
= Sakki jishin ga atta mitai dakedo nani mo kanji nakatta.
= There appeared to be an earthquake, however I didn’t really feel something.

* Appears to be like in sure manner / speaking about somebody’s impression

Ex. 優しい感じの人
= Yasashii kanji no hito.
= An individual who seems to be candy.

Ex. 彼はなんか冷たい感じがするね。
= Kare wa nanka tsumetai kanji ga suru ne.
= He appears to be type of chilly, doesn’t he?

(At a hair salon: Displaying an image)
Ex. こんな感じにカットしてください。
= Konna kanji ni katto shite kudasai.
= Please lower my hair like (the particular person) on this image.

Ex. 彼女、感じがいいね。
= Kanojo, kanji ga iine.
= She appears good, doesn’t she?

Ex. この店は感じが悪い。
= Kono mise wa kanji ga warui.
=This place shouldn’t be good. (Implying they deal with the shoppers badly or in a chilly manner/ The persons are not pleasant.)

★Colloquial utilization:
Younger folks have a tendency to complete the sentence with って感じ ( = tte kanji) .

「とりあえずビール!」って感じ!
= “Toriaezu biiru tte kanji!
= I really feel like “I’ll begin off with a beer”.
→ I really feel like beginning off with beer.

Observe: 「とりあえずビール!」 ( = Toriaezu biiru) is a cliche which you utilize on the bar.
It means “I’ll begin off with a beer” / A beer for now.”

You connect って感じ ( = tte kanji) with a noun/ adjective/ verb/ quote and add the nuance of “It’s like ~! / Like ~ “
(って感じ ( = tte kanji) is an off-the-cuff approach to say という感じ ( = toiu kanji))

Ex. 今の仕事は、もういいかなって感じ。
= Ima no shigoto wa, mou iikanatte kanji.
= I feel I had sufficient with my present job.

Ex. なんか私ばかりが働いているって感じ。
= Nanka watashi bakari ga hataraite irutte kanji.
= In some way, I really feel like I’m the one one that works onerous.

Ex. 彼女はいかにもかわいい女の子って感じの子だよ。
= Kanojo wa ikanimo kawaii onnano ko tte kanji no ko dayo.
= She is sort of a typical cute woman.

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