How do you say "your" in Japanese?
When expressing ownership., what is the Japanese word?
I tried looking it up and it said "goshujin".. but I'm not sure, because the main usage of goshujin is "husband".
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
You can use "anata no (something)", "o-mae no (something)", "kimi no (something)", and think there are others. Just note that o-mae and kimi are not very polite (I've even heard that anata is only slightly polite). In natural Japanese though, people may leave these out, because the ownership is usually understood.
Similar to how you might say "Kore wa?" and because of the different words you can put after, it means different things, but people will know what you mean because of the context. ("Kore wa ikura desu ka?" - How much is this?, "Kore wa nan desu ka?" - What is this? etc.)
- BelieLv 71 decade ago