means – I will try my best
I think the chance is very small that I can learn Japanese, but I have decided that I will be a little polite in Japan. So I have been practicing Japanese. The chance is very small that I will be able to say more than one word at the time.
So fare I’m learning to say:
Arigatö = Thank You (medium) – this is the phrase I will use most.
Sayönara = Goodbye (easy)
Ohayö = Good Morning (easy)
Oyasumi-nasai = Good Night (medium)
Kon’nichiwa = Hello (easy)
Gomen’nasai = Sorry (easy)
and the hardest of them all
Onegaishimasu = Please (HAaAAaArd)
Really when listen to the words, they are pronounced as they are written and read. It only to remember when to use which word. Thank you and Goodbye, no problem to remember.
I have figured out that when a word ends with “su” – the “u” isn’t pronounced.
What do you think this means????!!! Watashinonamaeha Vivekadesu – whatever don’t ask me how to pronounce it.
(Saru mo ki kara ochiru)
Literally: Even monkeys fall from trees.
Meaning: Everyone makes mistakes. Nobody’s perfect.
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