How to say “I don’t feel good” in Japanese?


I don't feel good

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PRONUNCIATION IN JAPANESE

気分が良くないです / きぶんがよくないです (kibungayokunaidesu)
気分が良くない / きぶんがよくない (kibungayokunai)

EXAMPLE

1) あなたの顔色が悪いですよ  / あなたのかおいろがわるいですよ (anatano kaoiroga waruidesuyo)

You look pale.

anata = you
kao = face
iro = color
kaoiroga warui = look pale

わたしは気分が良くないです / わたしはきぶんがよくないです (watasiha kibunga yokunaidesu)

I don’t feel good.

watasi = I
kibun = feeling
kibunga yokunai = don’t feel good

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