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Japanese Phrases1

Full of commonly used Japanese phrases

Hajimemashite! Nice to meet you!
Ohayou. Good morning.
Konbanwa. Good evening.
O yasumi nasai. Good night.
Sayonara. Good bye.
Ja ne! / Mata ne! See you!
Gomen nasai. I am (really) sorry.
Sumimasen. Excuse me. / Pardon.
Arigatou. Thank you.
(O) genki desu ka. How are you?
Genki desu. I am fine.
Itadakimasu! Bon apetit!
O tanjoubi omedeto! Happy birthday!
Onaka (ga) suita! I'm hungry!
O tearai wa dochira desu ka? Where is the lavatory?
Nodo (ga) kawaita. I'm thristy.
Ikura desu ka? How much is it?
... o sagashite imasu I'm looking for....
Dochira no go shusshin desu ka? Where are you from?
Nihongo ga wakarimasen. I don't understand Japanese.
Do iu imi desu ka? What does it mean?
Wakarimasen. I don't understand.
Wakarimasu. I understand.
Shitte imasu. I know.
Shirimasen. I don't know.
Eigo de nanto iimasu ka? How do we say that in English?
Nihongo de nanto iimasu ka? How do we say that in Japanese?
Mo ichido itte kudasai. Could you say that again please?
Ai shiteru. I love you.
Kore wa nandesu ka? What is it?
Kanpai! Cheers!
O sewa ni narimashita! Thanks for everything!
Watashi no namae wa.... My name is....
Dozo yoroshiku onegaishimasu. It was nice to meet you.
Dai suki dayo. I really like you.
Created by: kagurasan5
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