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""O namae wa?"" I think it is the most popular phrase due to the movie "kimi no na wa".
Sorry for my bad English 😅😅
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I have been studying the series for "Absolute beginners S1" and I would really like to review all phrases from that series. I was wondering if there is a similar list like this one but with all the phrases from that serie?
Thank you for the comments. Yes, those two words are helpful, too!
@ HANAN ZEHRY,
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@ Jelly Park,
Thanks for the comment! Nice try writing in Japanese! If 'je' in you name sounds more like 'ge' in gesture, you name should be written as ジェリー (Jerī).
Is this proper? Or do i change it?
umm this doesn't help I need my teacher to teach me
I think you should add どうぞ and いいえけっこです as these two phrases I found the most useful when I travelled to japan for the first time. どうぞ (douzo) can be used as 'thanks' but also as 'Please, go ahead' and いいえけっこです (iie kekko desu) to politely decline someone offering you something you do not want.
Unfortunately the audio on this list is not available for download, but you can find the same or similar expressions in this series:
These are available for download.
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