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Vocabulary Lists Holiday Greetings and Wishes for the Holiday Season
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Holiday Greetings and Wishes for the Holiday Season

休暇シーズンの挨拶や言葉
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Merry Christmas!
メリークリスマス! メリークリスマス!
メリークリスマス!
Merīkurisumasu!
Merry Christmas!
Happy Kwanzaa!
クワンザおめでとう! クワンザおめでとう!
クワンザおめでとう!
Kuwanza omedetō!
Happy Kwanzaa!
Have a happy New Year!
良いお年を。 良いお年を。
よいおとしを。
Yoi o-toshi o.
Have a happy New Year!
Happy Hanukkah!
ハヌーカおめでとう! ハヌーカおめでとう!
ハヌーカおめでとう!
Hanūka omedetō!
Happy Hanukkah!
Have a great winter vacation!
良い冬休みを! 良い冬休みを!
いいふゆやすみを!
Ī fuyu yasumi o!
Have a great winter vacation!
See you next year!
また来年! また来年!
またらいねん!
Mata rainen!
See you next year!
Warm wishes!
ご多幸をお祈りしています。 ご多幸をお祈りしています。
ごたこうをおいのりしています。
Go-takō o oinori shite imasu.
Warm wishes!
Happy holidays!
良い休暇を! 良い休暇を!
いいきゅうかを!
Ī kyūka o!
Happy holidays!
Enjoy the holidays!
休暇を楽しんでね! 休暇を楽しんでね!
きゅうかをたのしんでね!
Kyūka o tanoshinde ne!
Enjoy the holidays!
Best wishes for the new year!
新年が良い年でありますように。 新年が良い年でありますように。
しんねんがよいとしでありますように。
Shin'nen ga yoi toshi de arimasu yō ni.
Best wishes for the new year!
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Friday at 4:39 pm
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December 25th, 2014 at 3:40 pm
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モノノフしょうがないさん、
どういたしまして。
Yuki 由紀
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モノノフしょうがない
December 23rd, 2014 at 10:26 am
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カイル・かえるさん、

こんにちは。質問を答えてくれてありがとうございます。
Hello and thank you for answering my question.
I see the similarity you are speaking of there. It makes sense as you say, as long as the intention was clear.

由紀先生、

Thank you very much for the correction. That will be helpful in the future, I know I’ll be using that phrase again and again. Someday I hope to get a better grasp on how things are understood.

December 21st, 2014 at 7:57 pm
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モノノフしょうがない さん、
今日は。
Firstly, 聞くのは恥ずかしいのですが is correct.
As カイル・かえる さんsaid, お迎えください is the best.

カイル・かえるさん、
どうもありがとうございました。

Yuki 由紀
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カイル・かえる
December 20th, 2014 at 4:02 am
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良いお年をお迎え下さい — I think is the right conclusion — It’s more formal I would assume.

ending something w/ “を” is definitely a less formal structure but it’s similar to saying
“Have a good one” in English (if you know that phrase) because it’s vague but the intention is still clear.

Hope that helps/makes sense

モノノフしょうがない
December 18th, 2014 at 3:42 pm
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皆さん、メリークリスマス。休暇を楽しんでね。

私は聞いて恥ずかしいですが、「良いお年を。」と書いたら、「を」の後ろに何の動詞を書けばいいですか。
また、丁寧語なら「良いお年を」をどう書くのですか。
( I feel kind of silly for asking, but if we write “良いお年を。”, what is the verb that would come after を? Also, if writing 良いお年を formally, what should I write? )

It’s just killing me to see を at the end like that.😮

December 18th, 2014 at 11:53 am
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ErinK san,

今日は。
どうもありがとうございます。

Nicoleさん、

こんにちは。
クワンザ is a festival held from 26th of December to 1st of January by African American and it started in 1966.

ハヌーカ is a festival which celebrated by Jewish people in November and December.

Yuki 由紀
Team JapanesePod101.com

ErinK
December 16th, 2014 at 8:09 am
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Nicoleさん
Kwanzaa はアフリカヌアメリカ人の休暇です。
Hanukkah (Chanukah) はユダヤ教のまつり。

Nicole
December 16th, 2014 at 1:05 am
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こんにちは!
クワンザとハヌーカわどういう意味ですか。
返事ありがとうございます!
ニコル

December 15th, 2014 at 3:35 pm
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ErinK san,
Konnichiwa.
They have the same meaning as know.
いい is more colloquial than the other.
When it’s a casual conversation, いい is used.

baato san,
konnichiwa.
You can say that to your close friends.

Yuki 由紀
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December 15th, 2014 at 3:45 am
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明けましておめでとうございます.

Akemashite omedetou gozaimasu.

Happy New Year.
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If you are in informal company, you can omit the “gozaimasu”,

and just say: Akemashite omedetou.