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J-1 Introductions

QuestionAnswer
Ohayogozaimasu Good morning! Used until about 10AM.
Konnichiwa Hello. A rather informal greeting used from 10AM until sundown.
Kombanwa Good Evening
Sayonara Good-bye
Shitsurei shimasu Good-bye, used on more formal occasions
Oyasumi nasai Good night. Said at night before going to bed. When parting at night outside the home.
Dewa mata./Ja mata. Well then, said informally when parting from relatives or friends
Itte rasshai So long. (lit. "go and come back") Said to members of a household as they leave the house.
Itte mairimasu So long. (lit. "[I'm] going and coming back") This is the reply to Itte rasshai.
Tadaima I'm back. (lit. "[I have returned] just now.") Said by a person on returning home.
Okaeri nasai Welcome home.
O-genki desu ka? How are you? (lit. "Are you well?")
Arigato gazaimasu. Genki desu. Anata wa. Fine, thank you. And you?
Omedeto gozaimasu Congratulations!
O-daijini Take care of yourself
Domo arigato gozaimasu Thank you very much
Do itashimashite You're welcome
Chotto matte kudasai Wait just a moment, please.
Mo ichido onegaishimasu Once more, please.
Osakini Pardon my going first (before you). Said when going ahead of other people after being urged to do so.
Dozo osakini Please, go ahead.
Ki o tsukete Take care! / Be careful!
Abunai Look out!
Dame desu Out of the question. / Impossible / No good.
Gambatte kudasai Keep your chin up! Said to encourage someone.
Kore wa nan desu ka? What is this?
Created by: jalway