|Ohayo gozaimasu||Good morning|
|Shitsurei shimasu||I'm sorry (for doing that.)|
|Onegai shimasu||Please (when you are asking for something.)|
|Ostukaresama deshita||You must be tired (from what you did.)|
|Arigatou gozaimasu||Thank you|
|Moshiwake nai||Forgive me|
|Sumimasen||Thank you (for going to all that trouble.)|
|Shitsurei shimasu||Excuse me for leaving early|
|Doitashimashita||Don't mention it|
|Doozo||Please (when you offer something.)|
|Yoroshiku||(I hope things go smoothly between us.)|
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Try to Translate the Following:
How do you say the following in Japanese...
1. Please (when offering something.)
2. Forgive me
3. Excuse me
4. Good morning
5. Good bye
6. You must be tired.
7. Thank you (for going to all that trouble.)
8. Good afternoon
9. Thank you
10. Good evening
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