Japanese Phrases and Common Sentences Japanese Phrases *1 This may be a kind of literary/writing expression… and it’s seldom used in conversation. But never is unnatural. *2 Arigato and Arigato gozaimasu. There’s no big difference between them, “Arigato gozaimasu” is more polite. *3 (Anata ga inakute) Samishi katta desu : Abbreviated Anata ga inakute. *4 Usually we just say “Excuse me/ Sumimasen”, and “Can you help me” is included in this “Sumimasen”. *5 ...san is a very normal way. Add after both first and family name like Koizumi san or Jyunichiro san. *6 This sentence can directly be Oai dekite ureshii desu. If you meet person for the first time, you can say Hajimemashite. *7 Direct translation is Kouun wo inorimasu. *8 Christmas is not really celebrated by the Japanese and therefore Merry Christmas is not a common greeting you would hear. *9 This is one of the Japanese language mysteries, I love you is expressed in progressive aspect like “I am loving you”.
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