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The asker has declined this answer Comment: Looking for accurate spelling, THANKS!
Explanation: "arigatoh gozaimasu"= This is the normal, polite
way of saying "thank you" in Japanese, when an action is about to happen or in
When an action is completed, "arigatoh
gozaimashita" is the word for "thank you". Foe example, when you have bought
something from a store, the shop keeper
will say "dohmo arigatoh gozaimashita" where "dohmo" means "very much".
"arigatoh" is the short form and used only
with friends and very familiar persons.
Hope this helps.
J_R_Tuladhar Local time: 05:34 Native speaker of: English, Nepali PRO pts in pair: 14
Thank you so much for the reply...there was an earlier reply