Judy
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This is an article to teach Japanese language. You can use"Suimasen" at a restaurant,a shop,a bank or a post office. Example. "Suimasen, bataa wa dokodeska?" It means" excuse me, where is butter?". "Suimasen,yakitori onegaishimas." It means"excuse me, I'll have yakitori." (When nobody is at a shop and you call a shop staff)"suimasen,donataka imaska?". It means"Hello? Somebody is here?"
Oct 2, 2020 12:12 AM
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This is an article to teach some Japanese. You can use "Suimasen" at a restaurant, shop, bank, or a post office. Example: "Suimasen, bataa wa dokodeska?" It means, "excuse me, where is the butter?". "Suimasen, yakitori onegaishimas." It means, "excuse me, I'll have yakitori." (When nobody is at a shop and you call a shop staff) "suimasen, donataka imaska?". It means, "Hello? Is anybody here?"
October 2, 2020
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Judy
Language Skills
English, Japanese
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English