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Japanese Studying

Ohayou Good Morning (Casual)
Mata Ne/Ja ne Good bye (Short Period of Time)
Yu,kkuri Onegaishimasu Slowly, Please
Sumimasen Excuse Me/I'm sorry
Senpai Used to address older students
Domo Thanks (Casual)
Oyasumi Good Night (Casual)
Mo ichi-do Onegaishimasu Once More, Please
Go-Chiso-Sama Deshita Thank You For The Delicious Meal (Polite)
San Used to address objects, and boy/girl
Doumo Common Casual Greeting
Mama So so (When asked how are you)
Saiaku Bad (When asked how are you)
Chan Used to address children, used in nicknames, animals, close friends
Gomen Sorry (Casual)
Sama Formal version of san (Used for customers or someone you worship)
Hajimemashite Nice To Meet You
Itadakimasu I'll start eating now
Oyasumi Nasai Goodnight (Proper)
Kanpai! Cheers!
Ohayou Gozaimasu Good Morning (Proper)
Arigato Gozaimasu Thank You (Formal)
Go-chiso-sama Thanks for the delicious meal (Casual)
Kun Used to address male of same or younger age
Oishii! It's Delicious!
Genki Desu (Ka?) I'm fine (+Ka= How are you)
Konnichiwa Good day
Gomen Nasai I'm sorry
Kawai! That's so cute!
Konban Wa Good Evening
Uso! You're kidding/no way!
Yoroshiku Onegaishimasu Please Be Kind To Me (After you introduce yourself)
Sayounara Goodbye (For a long period of time)
Sugoi That's amazing!/Wow!
Kaite Kudasi Please write it down
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