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Useful Japanese Phrases: “Be Careful!” – Review Notes

Today we learned how to say “Be careful!” in Japanese! This phrase is useful to know when you want to warn someone of potential danger in Japanese! In this review, we will learn more information about today’s Japanese phrase!

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How to warn someone in Japanese:

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★ Last time, we learned how to warn someone of immediate danger using 危ない!(abunai!) which means “Watch out!” in Japanese. Click here if you missed it!

★ Today we learned how to warn someone of a potential or non-immediate danger using 気をつけて (ki o tsukete) which means “be careful.”

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★ You can use this phrase in many situations. For example, when someone is doing something dangerous like using a sharp knife to cut vegetables.

★ You can also use it to warn someone of a possible danger that they might meet for example when they are going to walk or drive home.

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★ Driving can be dangerous, so it is good to remind your loved ones to be careful when they are about to go somewhere!

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More examples using 気をつけて (ki o tsukete):

気をつけて帰ってね。

Ki o tsukete kaette ne.

Be careful going home.

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夜道には気をつけてください。

Yomichi ni wa ki o tsukete kudasai.

Be careful of the roads at night.

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Conclusion:

That’s it for today’s Japanese phrase lesson! If you have a question, leave a comment below!


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