"Hello, I live in Tokyo"

09:10 Mar 6, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: "Hello, I live in Tokyo"
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naKonnichiwa. Tokyo ni sundeimasu.
Robin&Yumi (X)
naHello, I live in Tokyo.
dave jenkins
naKonnichi wa! Watashi wa toukyou ni sundeimasu.
Harold Slovic



1 hr
Konnichi wa! Watashi wa toukyou ni sundeimasu.

The literal "back translation" into
English would be "As for today...
I am living in Tokyo." Hope this is useful information for you.
H. Slovic for J.E.T. (Japanese/English Translations). Please see the J.E.T.
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Harold Slovic
Local time: 14:25
Native speaker of: English
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1 hr
Hello, I live in Tokyo.

Formally, The answer is "Konnichiwa. Watakushi ha Tokyo ni Sundeimasu."

For written correspondence (letter), the answer is "Haike. Kochira ha Tokyo ni sundeimasu."

Conversational informal would be "Haro. Boku ha Tokyo de kurashiteiru n' desu." (Yes-- "haro" is just "Hello" using a Japanese phonetic, which is quite common.)

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dave jenkins
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10 hrs
Konnichiwa. Tokyo ni sundeimasu.

This is the simplest and shortest translation. It's obviously less formal and more conversational.

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