We can provide a list of phrases that will help tourists understand what the other person is talking about OR what the two local people are talking about.
We can build up this article by picking up signs for airport , taxi, facilities, toilets and so on. We can then explain meaning of each with some localization and if possible first hand experiences.
1. Question & answer
4. First aid
Casual Style of Japanese
I was happy to see you today.今日、君に会えて嬉しかったよ。
Kyō, kimini aete ureshikatta yo.
Female: Is that so? Thanks.そう？ありがとう。
Oh, What beautiful eyes you have. Can I kiss you?あー、なんてきれいな目なんだ。キスしていい？
Ā, nante kireina me nanda. Kisu shite ii?
Thanks. I’m blushing.ありがとう。照れるじゃない。
I want you to marry me.僕と結婚してほしいんだ。
Boku to kekkon shite hoshīnda.
I didn’t [...]
We will here cover 20 phrases and unspoken rules when going in an informal meeting with Japanese. How to shake hands, how close to stand, what to say and how to exchange greetings etc.
Thank you for inviting me.
Goshōtai arigatō gozaimasu.
May I come in?
Would you like something to drink?
Nanika onomi ni narimasuka?
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This section will include phrases mainly directed towards asking direction etc.
Where is the ticket counter?
Chiketto uriba wa doko desuka?
Which track goes to Shibuya?
Shibuya yuki wa nan bansen desuka?
Which line goes to Asakusa?
Asakusa yuki wa nani sen desuka?
Where can I find the timetable?
Jikokuhyō wa doko desuka?
Where can I [...]
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