what does Ā? Dakara ima wa, nihongo de hanashi o shitai? Daijōbu! Bakkin wa sonogo 〜! mean?
Idk know Japanese very well
- V2BlastLv 47 years agoFavorite Answer
"Dakara ima wa, nihongo de hanashi o shitai" approximately means "That's why I want to speak in Japanese now".
"Daijōbu" means "all right" or "okay".
"bakkin" is the only word I haven't encountered before, but apparently it means "fine" or "penalty"; "sonogo" means "after that" or "afterwards". I don't know what the last part is supposed to mean as a whole.
- 7 years ago
Eh, So do you want to talk to me in Japanese right now. Don't worry, later I'll give you/you can give me a penalty/fine if I/you need to.
I think you know "だから" is used to mean the reason for something but "だから/dakara" is also used to do "念押し/nen'oshi/reminder/action to confirm if the listener understands what the speaker is saying.
like this conversation
Ashita Pu-ru ni ikou.
Let's got to a swimming pool tomorrow!
What, what did you say?
Dakara, ashita pu-ru ni ikoutte itteruno. Tyanto hito no hanashi wo kiiteyo.
I'm saying, let's go to a swimming pool tomorrow. Pay attention when someone is speaking to you.
Bakkin mean fine and penalty
(Sorry but I'm not sure what "Bakkin ha sonogo" means because I don't know much because I don't know anything about the situation.)Source(s): I'm a native Japanese speaker