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Konnichiwa! Desiree desu
konnichiwa watashi wa harper desu
I've almost learned everything on this list! I just need to learn 'ここに座ってもいいですか' then I'll be done and I can go onto the next list! 😄
hi, there is a mistake in the romanji translation in the second example for Ohayō. Check it out, . someone wrote "Konishiwa". to say it is rainy today.
""Ohayōgozaimasu, Masuda-san. Konnichiwa ame desu ne.""
this is how is written. but it doesn't read the same in.今日は雨ですね . Shouldn't it be Kyō wa ame desu ne.?
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“I feel giddy, or silly.” “This is embarrasing.” “I don’t quite understand. “I’m so happy!” “That is so sad, or terrible.” “I feel sympathetic.” “It is so exciting!” “Are you feeling tired? Sleepy?” “This is a little strange or scary.” “This is so delicious” “refreshing” “great” “spicy” “Where are we?” “You are so handsome or beautiful.” “It is very peaceful, serene.” “I am very comfortable.”
Sorry for so many things. It just seems like much of our communication is about how we feel or about how the other person feels. Getting to know each other is a great part of why I want to learn Japanese. When past the formal polite stage, (I know the polite stage is very important), just expressing feelings and understanding how others feel brings us closer.
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Thank you very much for the phrases. Now I can flow with my Japanese friends even though I have to learn a lot.