JFBP Lesson 0.txt

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Japanese For Busy People (1994 ver. ?) Vocabulary Chapter 0 (common phrases)
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  1. お元気ですか

    おげんきですか
    how are you?
  2. こんにちは
    Hello, A rather informal greeting used from about 10 A.M. until sundown.
  3. ただいま
    I’m back. (lit. [I have returned] Just now.”) Said by a person on returning home.
  4. 頑張って下さい

    がんばってください
    Keep your chin up! Said to encourage someone.
  5. 危ない

    あぶない
    Look out! (lit. “It’s dangerous.”)
  6. 左様なら

    さようなら
    Good-bye. On more formal occasions one uses しつれいします
  7. 御休みなさい

    おやすみなさい
    Good night. Said at night before going to bed. When parting at night outside the home, さようなら is mor
  8. 済みません

    すみません
    Excuse me. I’m sorry
  9. 御目出度う御座います

    おめでとうございます
    congratulations
  10. 有り難うございます元気です

    ありがとうございますげんきです
    Fine, thank you.
  11. 今晩は

    こんばんは
    good evening
  12. お早うございます

    おはようございます
    Good Morning! Used until about 10 A.M.
  13. もう一度お願いします

    もういちどおねがいします
    Once more, please.
  14. 駄目です

    だめです
    Out of the question.\Impossible.\No good.
  15. 気を付けて

    きをつけて
    Take care!\Be careful!
  16. お大事に

    おだいじに
    Take care of yourself.
  17. どうも有り難うございます

    どうもありがとうございます
    Thank you very much.
  18. ちょっと待って下さい

    ちょっとまってください
    Wait just a moment, please.
  19. 御帰りなさい

    おかえりなさい
    Welcome home. This is the reply to ただいま.
  20. 行って参ります

    いってまいります
    So long. (lit. “[I’m] going and coming back.” This is the reply to いってらっしゃい
  21. 行ってらっしゃい

    いってらっしゃい
    So long. (lit. “Go and come back.”) Said to members of a household as they leave the house.
  22. おさきに
    Pardon my going first (before you). Said when leaving the office or a meeting ahead of other people
  23. どうぞお先に

    どうぞおさきに
    Please, go ahead.
  24. ではまた
    see you later (used in casual correspondence and conversation), goodbye, sincerely
  25. じゃまた
    see you later (used in casual correspondence and conversation), goodbye, sincerely
  26. どう致しまして

    どういたしまして
    You’re welcome.

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