Greetings

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Japanese (Vocabulary (combined kanji and kana)) Quiz on Greetings, created by a.j.hemphill on 08/30/2013.

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Question 1

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What does "ohayou gozaimasu" mean and is it polite or casual?
Answer
  • Good morning, casual
  • Good evening, polite
  • Good morning, polite
  • Good afternoon, casual

Question 2

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What is the Japanese word for 'Good Afternoon'?
Answer
  • Konnichiwa
  • Konbanwa
  • Koukou
  • Sumimasen

Question 3

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What does "konbanwa" mean?
Answer
  • Good night
  • Good afternoon
  • More soy sauce, please
  • Good evening

Question 4

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What is the Japanese word for good night?
Answer
  • Oyasuminasai
  • Konbanwa
  • Youchien
  • Mata ashita

Question 5

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When is "Oyasuminasai" usually used?
Answer
  • Before going to bed.
  • When leaving the house
  • When leaving an awkward date night
  • Anytime in the evening

Question 6

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What is the Japanese word for "goodbye"?
Answer
  • Dewa mata
  • Sayonara
  • Hajimete
  • Chuugakou

Question 7

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Define "Mata Ashita".
Answer
  • See you later
  • See you next week
  • Good day
  • See you tomorrow

Question 8

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How are "Ittekimasu" and "Itterasshai" used?
Answer
  • Ittekimasu is a goodbye for when you are leaving your own home; Itterasshai is the response.
  • Itterashai is a goodbye for when you are leaving your own home; Ittekimasu is the response.
  • Ittekimasu means thank you, Itterashai means you're welcome.

Question 9

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If my first name is Namiko and my surname is Mizushima, how would I usually introduce myself?
Answer
  • Hajimemashite, Namiko desu. Douzo yoroshiku.
  • Hajimemashite, Mizushima desu. Douzo yoroshiku.
  • Hajimemashite, Mizushima da. Douzo yoroshiku.
  • Hajimemashite, Namiko desu. Konnichiwa.

Question 10

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What does "sumimasen" mean?
Answer
  • I'm sorry
  • Excuse me
  • Thank you
  • All of these.