watashi wa nihongo wo benkyo shimasu. watashi no senmon wa kagaku desu. Nihongo wa muzukashii desu.watashi wa ongaku ga suki desu. anooo, arigato gozaimasu.
konbanwa! (good evening)
generally speaking, when we add "desu" or "masu" at the end of one sentence, we add one of these two on all of the sentences (but there are some exceptions). we use these two words to make what we say polite.
ordinal desu-masu form (polite)
ohayou ohayou gozaimasu good morning
arigatou arigatou gozaimasu thank you
benkyou suru benkyou shimasu study (verb)
ganbatte kudasai (keep up your good work) :D
watashi wa nihongo wo benkyou shimasu.
*If you've started learning Japanese, saying "benkyou shiteimasu" is a bit more natural in Japanese.
watashi no senmon wa kagaku (desu).
Nihongo wa muzukashiidesu.
watashi wa ongaku ga suki (desu).
anooo, arigatou (or arigatou gozaimasu).
*Please extend the last part of "benkyou, muzukashii and arigatou" a bit.
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