Is my translation correct?


#1

Hello! I was looking through Japanese Twitter and I found this phrase: 今日も1日雨だ. As far as I can tell, it means “today is another rainy day.” Is that right? Thank you!


#3

Eek! I’m sorry, but I’m not quite at your level of Japanese yet. May I have an English translation please?


#5

it means it will rain all day today too.
The 1日【いちにち】 while normally being ‘1 day’, is sort of short for 1日中【いちにちじゅう】 which means like ‘(for) the entire day’… :wink:


#6

I see… Thank you!