Lesson 2 ” Yakamashii wa”/やかましいわ

やかましいわ、ボケ( Yakamashii wa ,boke)
Loud it ‘s a blur !

Today we will introduce you this slang  Yakamashii wa”/やかましいわ.

 What Does ” Yakamashii wa”/やかましいわ Mean?

In English ,this meaning is nagging

written in Kanji, like this,喧しい

You can use this when you warn  someone who make unpleasant sound.

yakamashii (喧しい) can mean “noisy”, as well as “up in arms” and “raising a clamor” or “strict” and “finicky, picky”.

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Let’s see some examples

ブーブー文句言うな。bubu monku iuna
Stop complaining!

やかましいわ。Yakamashii wa.
You’re so annoying!

話しかけてくるな。hanashi kakete kuruna.
Do not talk to me.

やかましいわ。Yakamashii wa.
You’re so annoying!

話しかけてくるな。hanashi ka

Another common word is urusai can also mean “noisy”, as well as “up in arms” and “raising a clamor” or “strict” and “finicky, picky”.

You can use this when you feel unpleased by noisy, loudmouthed; fastidious etc.

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