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What does Sugoi mean?
The sentence is wrong both grammar-wise and meaning-wise. We have three different things here, 'ja nai' , 'de WA arimasen' and 'desu'. "Ja nai" is casual speaking for 'am/is/a…re not', its polite and formal counterpart is 'de WA arimasen', again meaning the same; So one of them is enough and which to use indicates the level of formality in the sentence. 'Desu' is polite for 'am/is/are' and is not needed here. The sentence in correct form would be: [ Watashi no nihongo (WA) sugoi ja nai ] or [ Watashi no nihongo WA sugoi de WA arimasen ] Meaning: My Japanese is not impressive/great.
It means "You are also great aren't you"
The word 'sugoi' or すごい in Japanese means amazing.
"凄いですね" sugoi can mean amazing or great, so this can mean "isn't that amazing?" or "that's great!"
it means it points to the product.
"Their" means "belonging to them." The homophone of there/their/they're There refers to some place. Their is the possessive pronoun of them or themselves.… They're is a contraction or shortening of 'they are'. The homophone of there/their/they're There refers to some place. Their is the possessive pronoun of them or themselves. They're is a contraction or shortening of 'they are'. . Their means belonging to people or things previously mentioned or easily identified (Your parents do not look similar, except for their noses).
it doesn't say what they mean in the song
It means pertaining to, having a quality or characteristic, or in some cases from.
It means 'that's cool'.
It means (Instead). "I told her to do it this way, where as she insisted on doing it her own way and got it all wrong" "I told her to do it this way, instead she insisted on d…oing it her own way and got it all wrong". "look at the trouble your in, where as had you listened to me you wouldn't be in this situtation" "Look at the trouble your in, instead had you listened to me you wouldn't be in this situation" "I thought her outfit would be hideous, where as truth be known she looked amazing" "I thought her outfit would be hideous, instead truth be known she looked amazing" hope this helps :)
Answer AT-stands for "Automatic Transmission"...or if your speaking of SUV's it can also mean "All Terrain".
In maths, it tends to be short for divided by, although this may not always be the case.
A wonderful bird is the pelican, His bill will hold more than his belican. He can take in his beak Food enough for a week, But I'm damned if I see how the helican.
"By then" means up to that time about which speaker is speaking. "By that time" refers to an action completed at the indicated time. Example : "I ran back from across the …street. By then, the house was fully on fire."
'Sugoi yo anata no nihongo' translates literally to 'It's great your Japanese (language)' , 'umai umai nande darou' could mean 'delicious delicious what is it I wonder?' .. no…te please that umai could mean nice, good, skillful, clever.. so depending on the situation it's used you can decide what it means.