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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).
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.
exactly the same
konnichiwa ( kon-ni-chi-wa)
あまい /a ma i/ is Japanese for 'sweet'.
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.
Sake is pronounced in Japanese as sah-kay. In Japanese, it could mean either rice wine (酒) or salmon (鮭).