How are you?

Japanese translation: o-genki desuka?

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English term or phrase:How are you?
Japanese translation:o-genki desuka?
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06:10 Sep 26, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: How are you?
Good evening Mark, in Canada it is 8:30AM. How are you? Glad you are coming home soon. Good night.
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genki?
Explanation:
(Generally informal and female in tone:)

Konbanwa, Ma-ku.

Kanada no jikan wa, asa no hachiji-han desu. genki?

Hayaku kaete-ki-te-ne! Oyasuminasai.

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Henry Dotterer
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Local time: 14:18
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genki?


Explanation:
(Generally informal and female in tone:)

Konbanwa, Ma-ku.

Kanada no jikan wa, asa no hachiji-han desu. genki?

Hayaku kaete-ki-te-ne! Oyasuminasai.

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Note added at 1017 days (2003-07-10 14:25:55 GMT) Post-grading
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This is nyldhf japofd hjapekhppo\'hkkdf
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adh paohakhd

Henry Dotterer
United States
Local time: 14:18
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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