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「なっ」=「な」=「なあ」 Among those, 「なあ」 would be the "dictionary" form. This is an interjection that is often used to address a person or call someone's attention. One thing Japanese-learners should remember is that we only use this interjection with people who we know well and who are equals or below us in age and/or social status. You do not use it with ...


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な is basically the same as ね in this context, and it basically just means "hey," or something you use to get someone's attention. A っ at the end of a word just means the last sound is dragged out a bit.


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Yes, やんなっちゃう is short for いやになっちゃう, which is short for いやになってしまう. いやになる is a fixed phrase meaning "to be fed up / sick / disgusted". So やんなっちゃうなあ is something like "Now I'm starting to feel disgusted", "I can't help being sick".



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