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Japanese words and phrases for beginners

This contains basic greetings, days of the week, numbers, and classroom objects.

AB
knell-sensei, ohayo gozaimasGood morning, Teacher Knell
Katie-san, konnichi waGood afternoon, Katie
Matt-san, Konban waGood evening, Matt
SumimasenExcuse me
haiyes
iieno
O-genki des ka (?)How are you?
Genki des.I am fine.
Sayoonaragood-bye
ja, mataSee you later
dozoplease
domo arigatothank you
ichione
nitwo
santhree
shifour
gofive
rokusix
shichiseven
hachieight
kunine
juuten
juu-ichieleven
juu-santhirteen
ni-juutwenty
ni-juu-nitwenty two
ni-juu-rokutwenty six
san-juuthirty
Nan-desu ka (?)What is it?
enpitsupencil
honbook
konpyuutaacomputer
ita dakimashave a nice meal
isuchair
kamipaper
do itashimashiteyou're welcome
madowindow
booru-penpen
tsukuedesk
dooadoor
fisshu baagafish burger
iigood
otearai ni ittemo ii des' kaMay i go to the bathroom?
chizumap
nootonotebook
hiragana46 syllables; for Japanese words
katakana46 syllables; for foreign words
kanjiChinese characters stand for words, ideas
ichi gatsuJanuary
juu-ni gatsuDecember
san gatsuMarch
ni gatsuFebruary
shi gatsuApril
go gatsuMay
roku gatsuJune
RomanjiJapanese written phonetically in Roman alphabet


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