Japanese, basic phrases

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Those are some basic Japanese phrases quite easy to learn. They're written in the Hiragana syllabary. Note : be careful of the pronunciation, and don't forget that you do not pronounce the "u" at the end of a word.
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GOOD MORNING Ohayou おはよう Ohayou gozaimasu (polite) おはよう ございます
GOOD AFTERNOON (HELLO) Konnichiwa こんにちは Warning: only 1 per person per day
GOOD EVENING Konbanwa こんばんは
GOODBYE Sayonara さよなら Shitsurei shimasu (formal, excuse me) しつれい します Mata ashita (casual, see you later) また あした
THANK YOU Arigatou (casual) ありがとう Arigatou gozaimasu (polite) ありがとう ございます Doumo arigatou gozaimasu (formal) どうも ありがとう ございます
YOU'RE WELCOME Douitashimashite (when you've really done sthg, or else you'll seem arrogant) どういたしまして Iie (don't mention it) いいえ
GOOD NIGHT Oyasumi おやすみ Oyasuminasai (polite) おやすみなさい
I'M SORRY Sumimasen (formal) すみません Gomen nasai (polite) ごめん なさい
I'M SORRY (2) Gomen (informal) ごめん Warui (very casual, my bad) わるい
BEFORE A MEAL (BON APPETIT) Itadakimasu いただきます
AFTER A MEAL (THANKS FOR THE MEAL) Gochisousama ごちそうさま Gochisousama deshita (more polite) ごちそうさま でした
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