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tomodachi
friend
gakusei
student
sotsugyoosei
alumnus
alumna
gakuchoo
university president
sensei
teacher
hisho
secretary
gakkoo
school
daigaku
university
college
shokudoo
cafeteria
uchi
house
kore
this
kochira
this person
(used when introducing someone)
wata(ku)shi
I
wata(ku)shitachi
we
anata
you
(singular)
anatagata
anatatachi
you
(plural)
kare
he
kanojo
she
karera
karetachi
they
(masculine - he and another person)
kanojotachi
kanojora
they
(feminine - she and another person)
kyoo
today
ashita
tomorrow
mainichi
every day
ikimasu
to go
kimasu
to come
kaerimasu
to go back
come back
oyogimasu
to swim
tabemasu
to eat
desu
to be
maa maa
not too bad
so-so
kore kara
(starting from) now
issho ni
together
ee
yes
iie
no
(a)a
ah
oh
(Aa) soo desu ka
Is that so?
I see.
Really?
Ohayoo gozaimasu
Good morning.
Konnichi wa.
Hello.
Shibaraku desu ne(e).
I haven't seen you for a long time.
Ogenki desu ka.
How are you?
Hajimemashite.
How do you do?
Konban wa.
Good evening.
Oyasumi nasai.
Good night.
Sayonara.
Good bye.
Arigatoo gozaimasu.
Thank you very much.
Sumimasen.
I am sorry.
Excuse me.
Thank you.
Doo itashimashite.
You're welcome.
Don't mention it.
wa
(particle)
"as for"
shows that the noun it follows is the topic of the sentence
e
(particle)
"to", "toward"
shows that the noun it follows is the destination toward which the motion is directed
no
(particle)
indicates possession, relation, location
ex. Seishirou no sakura = Seishirou's sakura
mo
(particle)
"also", "too", "as well", "either"
ja arimasen
de wa arimasen
not to be
the negative of "desu"