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Thank you for the comment! You are correct about は.
Keep up the good work!
Thanks for the question. In the audio, it says "kyō wa samui desu ne."
The writing say 今日は (kyō wa) which can be also read as kon'nichiwa. But in this case, 今日は is read as kyō wa.
In the example phrase for 'konbanwa', the romaji says "Konbanwa, Satō-san, konnichiwa samui desu ne" yet in the audio I can't pick up 'konnichiwa', it seems to be some other variant. Can you explain this please?
The audio doesn't include a は and I think maybe some speakers leave it out in informal situations. But the proper grammar has は.
Konrad Naszynski san,
We are sorry about that.
As you pointed out that 調子は is correct.
Well…some girls use them however, almost all girls do not.
We are sorry about the late reply.
The sentence must have は.
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I would also like to know the answer to Konrad's question. Thanks.
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It would be better if you included casual/formal, male/female, business use etc, to make the various greetings more meaningful.
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