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Top 10 Phrases You Always Want to Hear

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You look great today.
今日はあなたはとても素敵です。 今日はあなたはとても素敵です。
きょうはあなたはとてもすてきです。
Kyō anata wa totemo suteki desu.
You look great today.
I miss you.
あなたがいなくて寂しいです。 あなたがいなくて寂しいです。
あなたがいなくてさびしいです。
Anata ga inakute sabishii desu.
I miss you.
You did a great job!
頑張りましたね! 頑張りましたね!
がんばりましたね!
Ganbarimashita ne!
You did a great job!
There'll be a bonus at the end of the month.
月末にボーナスがもらえるかもしれません。 月末にボーナスがもらえるかもしれません。
げつまつに ボーナスが もらえる かもしれません。
Getsumatsu ni bōnasu ga moraeru kamo shiremasen.
There'll be a bonus at the end of the month.
You're an excellent cook.
料理がとても上手ですね。 料理がとても上手ですね。
りょうりが とても じょうずですね。
Ryōri ga totemo jōzu desu ne.
You're an excellent cook.
Take a break. I'll do the cleaning today.
休憩を取る。今日は掃除をするつもりだ。 休憩を取る。今日は掃除をするつもりだ。
きゅうけいをとる。きょうはそうじをするつもりだ。
Kyūkei o toru. kyō wa sōji o suru tsumori da.
Take a break. I'll do the cleaning today.
And you win!
そして、君が勝つ! そして、君が勝つ!
そして、きみが かつ!
Soshite, kimi ga katsu!
And you win!
You were right!
きみの言った通りだ! きみの言った通りだ!
きみの いった とおりだ!
Kimi no itta tōri da!
You were right!
I brought you something special.
渡したいものがあるんだ。 渡したいものがあるんだ。
わたしたいものがあるんだ。
Watashitai mono ga aru n da.
I brought you something special.
The budget is unlimited.
いくらでもかまいません。 いくらでもかまいません。
いくらでも かまいません。
Ikura demo kamaimasen.
The budget is unlimited.
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Tuesday at 6:26 pm
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Hey listeners! 38% of our listeners chose ‘You did a great job!. Do you agree with this result? Which phrase would you like to hear? Let us know in Japanese!

July 6th, 2017 at 1:08 am
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Hi Andrea,

Thank you for posting!

Indeed these are one of the best phrases someone could hear😉

Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.

Cristiane (クリスチアネ)
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Andrea Sánchez
July 5th, 2017 at 12:13 pm
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I think i would be “I miss You”. or “the budget is unlimited” the last would be great! jajajaja😅😄

March 27th, 2015 at 3:06 pm
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Hi Evanna McIntyre,

Thank you for posting!
We hope you will start hearing those phrases soon!

Tin
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Evanna McIntyre
March 24th, 2015 at 2:19 am
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Hm… That’s a hard decision 😁 But if I had to pick… either “I miss you,” or “you were right” - because that never happens 😜

March 19th, 2015 at 7:37 pm
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> Dan-san,
thank you very much for the comment! 😄
Would you like to try that out with us?😉

> Gerry-san,
thank you very much for pointing it out! You’re right; it should correspond.
I’ll share your post with my team.
As to the particle ‘wa’, this is the special reading only when は is the particle.
We write it with は but it’s read as [wa]. 😉

Natsuko (奈津子),
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March 18th, 2015 at 4:41 pm
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Joseph san,
Konnichiwa.
That would be Mata omeni kakarete kooee desu or Mata aete ureshii desu.
The first one is more polite than the other.

Yuki 由紀
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Joseph
March 17th, 2015 at 6:27 am
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How do you say, (It’s good to see you again)?

Gerry Buttner
March 17th, 2015 at 3:05 am
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In the second phrase, the recording pronounces 寂しい, samishii. However, the romaji representation is sabishii. I guess these are two alternate correct pronunciations of the same word. But shouldn’t the recording correspond to the romaji?

The first phrase begins with 今日は. But the meaning is not “konnichiwa”, nor is the は pronounced as in “Kyō wa”. Is this a failure in my neophyte’s understanding of Japanese grammer?

Dan
March 16th, 2015 at 7:42 am
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What a great list! I have tried to say many of these things but in different ways.