Asked by: Saaid Masabandaasked in category: General Last Updated: 18th April, 2020
What is Dewa Arimasen?
In this way, what does Arimasen mean?
A Japanese phrase meaning “There is no more (I could do)” or “I don’t have any prospects to win.”.  The “arimasen” here is the negative form of “aru (arimasu)”, the verb of possession, quite distinct from “dewa (ja) arimasen“, which is the negative form of the “desu”, the verb of identity.
Subsequently, question is, what is Wakarimasen in English? “Wakarimasen” is appropriate when you don’t understand something, that something is beyond the scope of your imagination or current plans. You do not have the means to answer the question. In other words, this phrase suggests that you thought about the question but couldn’t find the answer.
Additionally, what does NAI desu mean?
Well they both translate the same – “is/are not”. The negative form of ?? (desu) in POLITE form is ??????? (Ja arimasen) and the INFORMAL/PLAIN form of “Ja arimasen” is ???? (ja nai). So, the only difference is the context in which they are used.
How do you use Arimasu in Japanese?
ARIMASU Japanese has two verbs for saying “exist(s)” When speaking of PEOPLE or ANIMATE THINGS – ??/??? (iru/imasu) is used. When speaking of INANIMATE THINGS and PLANTS – ??/???? (aru/arimasu) is used.