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It is pronounced roughly as 'ah-ee,' or more simply, much like the (American) English pronoun "I".
Uma --> pronounced like "Oo" (in moon) and "ma" (in machine).
ha ha is the Japanese word for mother
That's not a Japanese word.
The romaji is gin(iro) pronounced with a hard 'g' "geen-eeroh" the "iro" part just means color, so gin-iro means silver colored.
it's "BouKenTeki" pronounce like "bow ken take it"
Ah-ji--say - only say the "y" quite softly. the "ji" is quite similar to the pronuciation of the lone letter "g". Hope that helps =). ~ Radish xxX.
"Arigatou" is pronounced ah-ree-gah-toh. The handy thing about Japanese is that it's pronounced just the way it looks! (A 'u' after an 'o' just means a slightly longer 'o' sou…nd.) Or you can say "sankyuu", which is a Japanese appropriation of the English "thank you" and is pronounced like "sank you".
In English, it would be pronounced "chaachu." In Japanese, the word is "kyoukai," which is pronounced KYOH-kai.
It can be pronounced roughly: 'keh-moo-ree.'
よし (yoshi) is an expression of positive feeling, similar to "okay" in English. As with many Japanese words, し (shi) is passively expressed making it sound similar to "sh…" even though it is technically a syllable with an 'i' attached. The first part uses the long 'o' sound. Putting it together, it would sound like "yosh" as one syllable.