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21:24 Feb 15, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: good morning
how does one say good morning in japanese
christopher
Japanese translation:Ohayou (gozaimasu)
Explanation:
"Ohayou" alone is a bit colloquial.
"Ohayou gozaimasu" is a more formal, polite form.
"Ohha" is a trendy, very colloquial word (which could be listen in a recent pop song ^-^). Perhaps a bit childish ?

Hope it helps....
Kodma
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Ohayou (gozaimasu)


Explanation:
"Ohayou" alone is a bit colloquial.
"Ohayou gozaimasu" is a more formal, polite form.
"Ohha" is a trendy, very colloquial word (which could be listen in a recent pop song ^-^). Perhaps a bit childish ?

Hope it helps....
Kodma


xxxKodma
Local time: 01:37
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Thanks a lot, that was very helpful.
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