What does this mean in english? (It is japanese)?

Anata-no namae wa? Misete kudasai! Chiisai ga kawaii, anata wa soo desu ka

9 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Okay people here is the REAL meaning of that sentance;

    (litteral translation)

    "Whats your name? Show me (your name) please! Small is cute, are you [small] (are you so)?"

    Okay, and the spoken english would be like this

    "Hey, whats your name, can you show me/let me see?

    Small is cute, are you like that/are you small?"

    I dont know what context it is in, but this is the actual translation.

    Hope it helps @_@

    Source(s): I speak Japanese
  • dua
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Anata-no name wa ((What is) your name?)

    Misete Kudasai (Show me please)

    Chiisai ga kawaii, anatawa so desu ka?( Little but beutiful are you like that ) though this sentence is wrong to the best of my knowledge of japanese language it should have been. Chisakte kawaii anatawa so desu ga.

  • 1 decade ago

    Not quite correct if my memory is correct.....


    Your name. (something) please Your a lttle cute ? <question>

    Wa is a particle word referring back to you, and no is another particle word referring back to names... I think it should have said

    "Namae anata no desu ka." (desu ka indicating it's a question)

    I can't find a translation for 'misete' and kudasai is 'please'.

    "Anata wa chiisai ga kawaii desu." (Your a little cute....I'd drop out the 'little' ;-) ) The desu ka indicates it's a question, so I wouldnt' say "your a little cute?" to anyone..It should be a statement.

    Source(s): two years of Japanese language and haven't used it in a long time.
  • 1 decade ago

    Anata-no namae wa? == What is your name

    Misete kudasai! == Please show me

    Chiisai ga kawaii, anata wa soo desu ka? ==

    Small is cute, are you?

    (yes, this is Japanese written in "Romaji")

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  • J
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Well, i used to know japanese, but i forgot

    Anata = you

    Anata no = your

    Kawaii = cute

    Anata wa = you are

    and i know that desu ka is just like something they add after every sentence ;) sorry but i don't know more than that...

    P.S. Patrick E, of course this is not japanese, the japanese language uses characters, not english alphabets. This is only how it sounds like in japanese

  • Nomadd
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    What is your name? I am very cute. How about you?

  • 1 decade ago

    it is not japanese because it wont translate as japanese

    go to this link and see for yourself


  • 1 decade ago

    i don't know, but you could probably look it up in a dictionary

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    in order : what is your name?may I please see?

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