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Greeting

Hello. Hi.
Good morning.
Good afternoon.
Good evening.
Good night.
Good bye.
Well then.
Well then, see you later.
Well then, see you again.
See you tomorrow.
How are you?
I’m fine. Thank you.
And you? *( And you Mr. Yamada?.)
Take care!
Congratulations
Thank you.
Thanks.
You are welcome
The pleasure is mine.

Narita airport
Hotel
taxi
shuttle bus
arrived
konnichiwa
Ohayoo gozaimasu.
Konnichiwa.
Konbanwa.
Oyasuminasai.
Sayonara.
Jaa
Jaa atode.
Jaa mata..
Mata ashita.
O-genki desu ka?
Arigatoo gozaimasu. Genki desu. *Anata wa. (Yamada-san wa.)
*Read culture note
Ki o tsukete.
Omedetoo gozaimasu.
arigatoo gozaimasu
arigatoo
doo itashimashitte.
kochirakoso

Narita-kuukoo
hoteru
takushii
shatorubasu
tsukimashita-past tense of verb
■Grammar Note
Greeting
Ohayoo gozaimasu is used until 10 A.M.
Konnichiwa is used about 10 to sundown.
How are you? means o-genki desu ka but is rarely used unless the person has been sick or after a long absent.
Konnichawa and konbanwa are rarely used among family members.
Hajimemashite and Doozo yoroshiku are a set of phrase used when being introduced.



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