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13:04 Jul 8, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: want to get some sushi?
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Summary of answers provided
naosushidemo tabeni ikouka.J_R_Tuladhar
naお寿司でもどうですか?Kei
naお寿司でも摘みたくなったんでしょう?Tadao Banno


  

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7 hrs
お寿司でも摘みたくなったんでしょう?


Explanation:
I'm not sure if there are any roundabout connotations.

Tadao Banno
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11 hrs
お寿司でもどうですか?


Explanation:
I think Mr. Banno's translation is a bit off... When someone says "wanna get some sushi?", it means "Would you like some sushi?"
Mr.Banno's translation is, "You've become wanting some sushi, right?"
My version is "How abuot some sushi?", or "want to get some sushi?"

The pronounciation is:
"Osushi demo dou desuka?"
Osushi= sushi
demo dou desuka= how about/ would you like ?

**hint**
You can place different things in Osushi part, for example:
Eiga demo doudesuka? (Would you like to go see a movie with me?)
Shokuji demo doudesuka? (Would you like a dinner?)

Tha last "deuska" can be omitted and be
"Osushi demo dou?" if it's a casual conversation b/w friends.

good luck!

Kei
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1 day 4 hrs
osushidemo tabeni ikouka.


Explanation:
Written お寿司でも食べに行こうか。
This means "Shall we go and have(eat)
some sushi."

Hope this helps,

Jina Tuladhar

J_R_Tuladhar
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in NepaliNepali
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