Please show me all the airline tickets you have in your possession.

Japanese translation: お持ちの航空券をお見せください。

07:25 Sep 21, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Please show me all the airline tickets you have in your possession.
We have many Chinese imposters travelling from Europe to the United States. In order to satisfy ourselves that the person is indeed Japanese, we would like to show them the above phrase - if they comply all is OK. However, if they are completely puzzled, they are clearly imposters.
Rick Marsh
Japanese translation:お持ちの航空券をお見せください。
Explanation:
Roomaji reading: Omochi-no-kookuuken-o
omise-kudasai. The meaning of this Japanese is 'Please show your airline ticket you have with you." in English.
'omochi-no' means 'you have'. 'kookuuken' is 'airline ticket'.
'omise-kudasai' means 'please show'.
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Yoji Morioka
Japan
Local time: 04:26
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Thank you once again for a very helpful answer.
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naお持ちの航空券をお見せください。
Yoji Morioka


  

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お持ちの航空券をお見せください。


Explanation:
Roomaji reading: Omochi-no-kookuuken-o
omise-kudasai. The meaning of this Japanese is 'Please show your airline ticket you have with you." in English.
'omochi-no' means 'you have'. 'kookuuken' is 'airline ticket'.
'omise-kudasai' means 'please show'.

Yoji Morioka
Japan
Local time: 04:26
Native speaker of: Japanese
PRO pts in pair: 12
Grading comment
Thank you once again for a very helpful answer.
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