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What is Onegaishimasu?

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What is Onegaishimasu? Onegaishimasu (おねがいします) is a formal Japanese greeting used in the game of Go before a game starts. “Please do your best”, “Please have a good game”, “if you please”, or “I pray you…” Literally: “do me this favor”

How do you wish someone luck in Japanese? Good luck!

  • 頑張れ! Ganbare! …
  • To express this kind of encouragement in Japanese, you can use this phrase below: 君なら出来るよ! …
  • 大丈夫ですよ! Daijoubu desu yo! …
  • 考えすぎないで! Kangaesuginaide. …
  • To expressed this or expression such as “Wonderful!” and “Wow!”, you can say “最高! (saikou!)” which means the best.

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  • You sustained one more year. Congrats!
  • I wish you a happier birthday than anyone else has wished you.
  • Didn’t we just celebrate this like a year ago?
  • Happy birthday, champ.
  • Don’t count the candles, enjoy your day.
  • Happy you day.
  • Age is just a number.
  • I’m glad you were born.

How do you respond to Omedetou? If they say “akemashite omedetou (gozaimasu)” to you, you say the same thing. They might respond again with “kotoshi mo yoroshiku onegai shimasu” if they know you.

What is Onegaishimasu? – Related Questions

 

What does Tanjoubi Omedetou mean?

o-tanjoubi omedetou. Simple and classic, this one means “happy birthday”, or literally “congratulations on your birthday”.

How do you write Omedetou Gozaimasu?

In Japanese, “happy birthday” is written (お) 誕生日 おめでとう (ございます). This is pronounced “(o) tanjoubi omedetou (gozaimasu)”.

How to say Happy Birthday in Japanese

  • “o” is the polite form.
  • “tanjobi” (たんじょうび) means “birthday”
  • “omedeto” means “congratulations”
  • “gozaimasu”, if you want to add that as well, it means “many”

How do you say congratulations?

Congratulations Messages

  • Congratulations! We’re so very proud of you!
  • Your hard work and perseverance have paid off. Congratulations!
  • Congratulations on your well-deserved success! You’re an inspiration!
  • Warmest congratulations on your achievement! Wishing you even more success in the future.

How do you respond to Odaijini?

To reply “Odaiji ni (お大事に)”, “Arigatou gozaimasu (ありがとうございます)” is used. Click this link to learn how to say “Happy New Year” in Japanese.

Is Omedetou polite?

おめでとう ご ざ い ます (omedetou gozaimasu). This phrase is the polite form of おめでとう (omedetou). In most cases, when you add ご ざ い ます (gozaimasu) right after a Japanese word, it automatically turns into a formal phrase.

How do you use Omedetou?

In summary remember the following:

  • おめでとう means congratulations.
  • It is usually used at the end of the sentence.
  • おめでとうございます is the more polioote and formal way to use the word.
  • It can be used after most things that would have cause for celebration.

Why do Japanese say san?

The Japanese suffix -san is polite, but not excessively formal. It can be broadly used to: Refer to anyone you don’t know, regardless of status or age. Address equals of the same age.

What is meant by Omedetou Gozaimasu?

“Omedetou gozaimasu” in Japanese means ‘Congratulations’- which is the greeting for you if you know in this language.

What is Ogenki desu ka?

In OGENKI DESU KA (Are you fine?), OGENKI is an adjective GENKI (fine, healthy) with an honorific O before it. If you answer, “Yes, I’m fine,” you say HAI, GENKI DESU. You do not add the honorific O, when you talk about yourself.

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