So desu ne (そうですね) means that’s right or I understand. The first meaning is usually used to express agreement (at least superficially) with what someone said. The second use is to simply let someone know you’re listening, rather than necessarily agree.
Ne can be translated as “isn’t it?” or “right?” in English. It is added at the end of a sentence in Japanese, regardless of the politeness level used. In general, the Ne particle asks for confirmation, approval, or approval from the other person or group the speaker is speaking to.
da yo… alone could probably be a sign of agreement with what the other speaker is saying. It could often be combined with “da yo ne”. So if your girlfriend says “da yo” a lot, she probably agrees with what you say. Don’t expect to hear that too much when you’re getting married.
Contrary to what you might have learned in textbooks, だ is commonly used to express your inner state when speaking in the presence of someone with whom you usually like a more polite style of speechです would use and ます.
‘desu yo ne’ (huh?) means “huh“, right?
Sou desu ne is like “yes” “uh-huh (but polite)” both are used to show that you are listening to the conversation.
So what does kawaii desu ne mean? Kawaii desu ne means it’s cute, isn’t it? Or being Canadian… it’s cute, isn’t it? Believe me, if you spend some time in Japan, you will definitely hear this phrase… so even better if you learn it now!
It just means “I” or “I”. However, nothing is that simple in the Japanese language. In Japanese there are several different words for the simple pronoun referring to self.
‘Dame yo, dame dame’, roughly meaning ‘no you mustn’t, no no‘, the signature phrase of Japanese female comic duo Nippon Elekitel Rengo, was credited as one of them selected the nation’s two most important buzzwords this year, the awards organizer said Monday.
Naruto Uzumaki’s verbal tic “dattebayo” (だってばよ) comes in many forms. Viz Media’s early anime dub translated it as “Believe it!“. It was later changed to a simple “Ya know”. The manga didn’t even use any of these terms until Naruto met Killer Bee; until then it will be omitted entirely.
Dayo origin and meaning
The name Dayo is both a boy’s and a girl’s name of Nigerian origin and means “joy is coming”.
So *Da* and *Desu* ONLY differ in degree of politeness, not in meaning or tense. It can be used interchangeably.
The hiragana syllable だ (da). Its katakana equivalent is ダ (da).