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Japanese Key Phrase List

Japanese Key Phrase List

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I'm sorry.
ごめんなさい。 ごめんなさい。
I'm sorry.
あなたの気持ちを傷つけてしまって、ごめんなさい。
I'm sorry that I hurt your feelings.
ごめんなさい。 ごめんなさい。
I'm sorry.
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Thank you!
ありがとう。 ありがとう。
Thank you!
ご招待、ありがとうございます。
Thank you very much for the invitation.
ありがとう。 ありがとう。
Thank you!
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Excuse me.
すみません。 すみません。
Excuse me.
すみません、その駅まで案内していただけますか?
Excuse me, would you please direct me to the train station?
すみません。 すみません。
Excuse me.
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Nice to meet you.
初めまして。 初めまして。
Nice to meet you.
初めまして。
Nice to meet you, sir.
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初めまして。 初めまして。
Nice to meet you.
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Please.
お願いします。 お願いします。
Please.
お願いします。 お願いします。
Please.
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Hello.
こんにちは。 こんにちは。
Hello.
こんにちは。ジャパニーズポッド101ドットコムです。
Hello. This is Japanesepod101.com.
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こんにちは。 こんにちは。
Hello.
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Hi.
こんにちは。 こんにちは。
Hi.
こんにちは。 こんにちは。
Hi.
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Good morning.
おはよう。 おはよう。
Good morning.
パパ、おはよう。
Good morning, daddy.
おはよう。 おはよう。
Good morning.
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Good evening.
こんばんは。 こんばんは。
Good evening.
こんばんは。 こんばんは。
Good evening.
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Good night.
お休みなさい。 お休みなさい。
Good night.
お休みなさい。 お休みなさい。
Good night.
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How are you?
お元気ですか。 お元気ですか。
How are you?
お久しぶりですね、お元気ですか。
It's been a long time, how are you?
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お元気ですか。 お元気ですか。
How are you?
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You're welcome.
どういたしまして。 どういたしまして。
You're welcome.
どういたしまして。 どういたしまして。
You're welcome.
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What's your name?
お名前は? お名前は?
What's your name?
私の名前はピーターです。お名前は何ですか?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
お名前は? お名前は?
What's your name?
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Where are you from?
ご出身はどちらですか。 ご出身はどちらですか。
Where are you from?
イギリス人ぽいですね。ご出身はどちらですか。
You sound British. Where are you from?
ご出身はどちらですか。 ご出身はどちらですか。
Where are you from?
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No.
いいえ。 いいえ。
No.
いいえ。 いいえ。
No.
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Goodbye.
さようなら。 さようなら。
Goodbye.
さようなら。 さようなら。
Goodbye.
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Thank you very much.
ありがとうございます。 ありがとうございます。
Thank you very much.
ありがとうございます。 ありがとうございます。
Thank you very much.
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Where is the bathroom?
トイレはどこですか。 トイレはどこですか。
Where is the bathroom?
トイレはどこですか。 トイレはどこですか。
Where is the bathroom?
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Good afternoon.
こんにちは。 こんにちは。
Good afternoon.
こんにちは。 こんにちは。
Good afternoon.
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May I sit here?
ここに座ってもいいですか。 ここに座ってもいいですか。
May I sit here?
ここに座ってもいいですか。 ここに座ってもいいですか。
May I sit here?
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Yes.
はい。 はい。
Yes.
はい。 はい。
Yes.
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I'm fine.
私は元気です。 私は元気です。
I'm fine.
私は元気です。 私は元気です。
I'm fine.
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Congratulations!
おめでとう。 おめでとう。
Congratulations!
おめでとう。 おめでとう。
Congratulations!
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I'm (name).
(名前)です。 (名前)です。
I'm (name).
(名前)です。 (名前)です。
I'm (name).
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avatar JapanesePod101.com Saturday at 5:20 pm

JISS san,
Konnichiwa.
Thank you for the post.
We are happy that you have enjoyed the lesson.

Yuki 由紀
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avatar JISS Thursday at 2:38 am

haiiiiii

konnichiwa!

very helpful…….
arigatou gozaimasu

avatar JapanesePod101.com Thursday at 2:33 pm

Hilton Crark South Afrtica san,
konnichiwa! :smile:
Sorry for late reply!! :disappointed:

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avatar JapanesePod101.com Tuesday at 2:27 pm

Essa san,
Konnichiwa.
Thank you for the kind comment.
We are happy you have enjoyed the lesson.

Muriel san,
Thank you for the heart.

Yuki 由紀
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avatar muriel Tuesday at 5:21 am

:heart:

avatar Hilton Crark South Afrtica.... Sunday at 4:00 am

Watashi wa Hilton Desu Mina mi Aftika kara kimashita…. Oshiete Kudasai…. I am presently on The Premium Account….Not too sure if it is correct for me to now want to upgrade…Would you recommend
that I stay on the current Premium account until I have completed the full course…..Or….should I take advantage of the current discounts offered….. I am enjoying the course thoroughly, and would like your sincere recommendation. I await your reply……

Arigato Gozaimsu..

Ja Mata ….

Hilton Desu….

avatar Essa Wednesday at 5:39 am

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JapanesePod101 is the pest ^_^
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avatar JapanesePod101.com Monday at 9:59 pm

> Baka_Hunter san,
konnichiwa! Wow, you’ve got a very good ear! :smile: :thumbsup:
You’re very right. We tend to pronounce them as nasal sound unless those sounds
are at the beginning of the sentence or word. So, you actually gave us a very good example
to distinguish those nasal and non-nasal G: gogo.
The first ‘go’ is the beginning of this word, so it’s not nasal while the second one becomes
nasal sound. However, if you can’t do this properly for now, don’t worry too much!
You can just pronounce any G sound as ‘hard non-nasal sound’ and there’s absolutely no problem. :wink:

> chel-san,
thank you for the inquiry!
This lesson focuses on list of vocabulary, but we have conversational lessons.
There, depending on your membership status, you can download the lessons.
Please feel free to brows those lessons. :smile: :thumbsup:

Natsuko (奈津子),
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar chel Monday at 11:37 am

konnichiwa.
i want to download the video with audio
where can i get that? same as the video in youtube ?
this japanesepod101 is very helpful

Thanks & God Bless
chel :)

avatar Baka_Hunter Friday at 3:28 am

Hello people from JapanesePod101,

I have a question (sumimasen if I make some English language mistakes, because I am not a native speaker), I noticed that Japanese people pronounce a “ga, gi, gu, ge, go” sound as if there is an “n” before that part of the word. For example the word daigaku.. when pronounced I hear daingaku or so…. and gogo (P.M.) when pronounced I hear gonmo. How does that work?