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EnglishRomajiJapanese
Greetings!aisatsu挨拶
good morningohayou gozaimasuお早うございます
good afternoonkonnichi wa今日は
good eveningkonban wa今晩は
good nightoyasumi nasaiお休みなさい
helloyaaやあ
goodbyesayounaraさようなら
See youDewa mata/Ja mataでわまた, じゃまた
until next timemata neまたね
I`m back!tadaimaただいま
Welcome back!okaeri, okaeri nasaiお帰り, お帰りなさい
Please come indouzo ohairi kudasaiどうぞお入りください
Thanksdoumoどうも
Thanks a lotdoumo arigatouどうもありがとう
Thank youarigatou gozaimasuありがとうございます
Thank you very muchdoumo arigatou gozaimasuどうもありがとうございます
I am sorrysumimasenすみません
Please, go ahead, suredouzoどうぞ
Pleaseonegai shimasuお願いします
Please eatdouzo otabete kudasaiどうぞお食べてください
Pleased to meet youdouzo yoroshikuどうぞ宜しく
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How are you?O-genki desu kaお元気ですか
I am fine, thank youArigatou gozaimasu. Genki desu.ありがとうございます。元気です
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Tip:-
Ka used at the end of a japanese sentence will create a question

Anata wa kuruma ga arimasu ka? Do you have a map?

However:- anata wa kuruma ga arimasu. You have a car.
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