For example, I want to emphasize the word しらない by saying shiiiiiranai, しいいいらない seems a little bit weird to me. How do you write this in japanese character, can we also write this in the form of kanji?

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Yes, writing it as しいいいらない is okay, but is relatively uncommon. More common ways to write this are:

  • しーらない!
  • しーーーらない!
  • し~らない!
  • し~~~らない!
  • しいぃぃらない! (with small ぃ)

Needless to say, don't use these in business settings or in formal letters.

See Also: ー vs small kana vs long kana for writing long vowels

  • しいぃぃらない なんて表現はない。 Commented Jun 6, 2017 at 12:16
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    @takahirowaki ええぇぇ…マジっすかああぁぁ…
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    Commented Jun 6, 2017 at 12:18
  • しかも、しいいらないは全然OKじゃない Commented Jun 6, 2017 at 12:21

全然知らない。I don't know at all.

しーらない、知らないもんね is like female or child. It means "so I am concerned about that."

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