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social info:
after saying good morning or good afternoon, Japanese usually mention the _______
weather
After greeting someone with Konnichiwa or Ohayoogozaimasu, what can you say?
Ii tenki desu ne.
What is the response to
Ii tenki desu ne?
Soo desu ne.
How do you say goodbye after enjoying a tennis match or other social activity?
Sore jaa, osakini shitsurei shimasu.
How do you reply to osakini shitsurei shimasu?
Shitsurei shimasu.
It's terrible weather isn't it?
Iya na tenki desu ne.
It's cold isn't it?
Samui desu ne.
It's gotten warm, hasn't it?
Atatakaku narimashita ne.
It's gotten hot, hasn't it?
Atsuku narimashita ne
It's humid isn't it?
Mushimasu ne.
It's gotten cool, hasn't it?
Suzushiku narimashita ne.
It's gotten cold, hasn't it?
samuku narimashita ne.
winter
fuyu
spring
haru
summer
natsu
autumn
aki
September
Ku-gatsu
July
shichi-gatsu
April
Shi-gatsu
October
Juu-gatsu
It's been a long time since i last saw you.
Shibaraku desu ne
Response to
Shibaraku desu ne
Soo desu ne.
How have you been since I saw you last?
Sonogo ikaga desu ka
Response to sonogo ikaga desu ne.
Okagesama de
Thank you for asking
Okagesama de
Have you been well since I last saw you?
Sonogo ogenki desu ka
Response to sonogo ogenki desu ka
Okagesama de.
And how are you, Mr. Tanaka?
Tanaka san wa ikaga desu ka
I'm fine (too), thank you for asking.
Okagesama de genki desu.
Which phrase should you use to say goodbye in business or more formal situations?
Shitsurei shimasu
(instead of sayoonara)
See you tomorrow.
Mata ashita
Well, then, let's start.
Jaa, hajimemashoo.
Well, then, see you next week
Sore jaa, mata raishuu
Well, then, see you next week. Good-bye.
Sore jaa, mata raishuu.
Shitsurei shimasu.