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1. Greetings and Farewells (English to Japanese Romaji)

 

Good morning - Ohaygozaimasu
Good day - Konnichiwa
Good evening - Konbanwa
Good night - Oyasuminasai
Good-bye - Sayonara
See you - Dewa Mata

How do you do? - Hajimemashite
Pleased to meet you - Dozo yoroshiku
How are you? - (O)genki desu ka

I am fine - Hai genki desu
I am fine thank you - Hai okagesamade

Please - Dozo
Sorry - Gommenasai
Excuse me - Sumimasen
Thank you - Arigato
You are welcome - Do itashimashite

I am back (greeting when returning home) - Tadaima
Welcome back - Okaerinasai

Thank you for the food (gratitude before eating food to provider) - Itadakimasu
Thank you for the food (gratitude after finishing food) - Gochisosoma

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    1. Greetings and Farewells (English to Japanese Romaji)

    Good morning - Ohayougozaimasu
    Good day - Konnichiwa
    Good evening - Konbanwa
    Good night - Oyasuminasai
    Good-bye - Sayonara (or: Sayounara)
    See you - Dewa Mata

    How do you do? - Hajimemashite
    Pleased to meet you - Douzo yoroshiku
    How are you? - (O)genki desu ka

    I am fine - Hai genki desu
    I am fine thank you - Hai okagesamade

    Please - Douzo (When you suggest or give something to someone)

                 Onegaishimasu, ~ shite kudasai (= please + verb) (When you ask something to someone) 
    Sorry - Gommennasai
    Excuse me - Sumimasen
    Thank you - Arigatou 
    You are welcome - Dou itashimashite

    I am back (greeting when returning home) - Tadaima
    Welcome back - Okaerinasai

    Thank you for the food (gratitude before eating food to provider) - Itadakimasu
    Thank you for the food (gratitude after finishing food) - Gochisousaoma

     

    *ohayō, ohayoo, sayōnara, sayoonara, dōzo, doozo, etc, writing "o,ō,oo" in Roma-ji is good. the reason why I added "u" like "ohayou, sayounara, douzo" is that I think it will help you when you write them in hiragana because in hiragana, writing "ohayou, douzo" is correct. 

     

    Good job! Please keep up your study. I hope this helps you. 

     

     

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