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Recommended Study Phrases – ネイティブおすすめの英語のフレーズ集

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英語の単語の正しい日本語訳を選択してください。
Choose the correct Japanese translation.

1. Where =
2. When =
3. What =
4. How =
5. Why =
6. Which =
7. Who =

Name (Required) | 名前(必要)
Line ID | ライン電話ID
Email | メール

Recommended Study Phrases
ネイティブおすすめの英語のフレーズ集
neitibu osusume no eigo fure-zu shuu

English and Japanese Phrases
英語と日本語の表現
eigo to nihongo no hyougen


下記の一般的な表現を勉強すると会話する時に役立ちます。
Below is a list of common phrases you can study to get speaking right away.

は(ha)is pronounced as wa when speaking in Japanese. It has been written as wa below.


Greetings / Phrases
挨拶
aisatsu


Hi!

やあ。 *1 (*This isn’t used very much in everyday conversations.)
Yaa.


Good morning!

おはようございます。
Ohayou gozaimasu.

おはよう。 (*This is more casual and used with friends. People sometimes use this casually when they start work at night time.)
Ohayou.


Good evening!

こんばんは。
Konban wa.


Welcome! (Greeting someone)

ようこそいらっしゃいました。
Youkoso irasshai mashita.


How are you?

お元気ですか?
(O)genki desu ka?
(*Adding the O at the beginning of genki in this question makes it more polite.)

元気ですか?
Genki desu ka?


I’m fine, thanks!

(わたしは)元気です。ありがとう。
(Watashi wa) genki desu. Arigato!

I’m good.

元気です。
Genki desu.


And you?

あなたは?
Anata wa?


Good.

元気です。
Genki desu.

So-So.

まあまあです。
Maa-maa desu.


Thank you (very much)!

ありがとう! *2
Arigatou!


You’re welcome!

どういたしまして。
Dou itashi mashite.
(*In reply to “thank you”.)


I missed you so much!

さみしかったです。 *3
Samishi katta desu.


What’s new?
How have you been recently?

最近どうですか?
Saikin dou desu ka?


Nothing much.

変わりないです。
Kawari nai desu.


Good night!

おやすみなさい。
Oyasumi nasai.


See you later!

またあとで会いましょう!
Mata atode aimashou!


Good bye!

さようなら!
Sayonara!


Meeting Someone
人に会う・出会い
Hito ni au/deai


Let’s meet in Sapporo.

札幌で会いましょう。
Sapporo de aimashou.


Let’s meet at the shop.

お店で会いましょう。
Omise de aimashou.


See you next week.

では来週お会いしましょう。
Dewa raishu oaimashou.


Asking for Help & Directions
助けるための表現・道案内
tasukeru tame no hyougen/michiannai


I’m lost.

迷ってしまいました。
Mayotte shimai mashita.


Can I help you?

お手伝いしましょうか?
Otetsudai shimashou ka?


Can you help me?

手伝ってくれますか? *4
Tetsudatte kuremasu ka?


Where is the bathroom?

トイレはどこですか?
Toire wa doko desu ka?


Where is the pharmacy?

薬局はどこですか?
yakkyoku wa doko desu ka?


Go straight! Then turn right. Then turn left.

まっすぐ行ってください。
そして、 右にまがってください。
そして、 左にまがってください。
Massugu itte kudasai.
Soshite, migi ni magatte kudasai.
Soshite, hidari ni magatte kudasai.


I’m looking for John.

ジョンを探しています。
John (w)o sagashite imasu.


One moment please!

ちょっと待ってください。
Chotto matte kudasai.


Hold on please! (*on the phone)

ちょっと待ってください。
Chotto matte kudasai.


How much is this?

これはいくらですか?
Kore wa ikura desu ka?


Excuse me! (*to ask for something)

すみません!
Sumimasen!


Excuse me! (*to pass by someone)

すみません!
Sumimasen!


Come with me!

私といっしょに来てください。
Watashi to issho ni kite kudasai.


How to Introduce Yourself
自己紹介の仕方
jikoshoukai no shikatta


Do you speak (English/ Japanese)?

あなたは(英語/日本語)を話しますか?
Anata wa eigo/nihongo wo hanashimasu ka?


Just a little.

少しだけ。
Sukoshi dake.


What’s your name?

名前は何ですか?
Namae wa nandesu ka?


My name is …

私の名前は_____。
Watashi no namae wa _____.


Mr _____/ Mrs _____/ Miss _____

_____さん *5 “san” is adequate for all.
_____ san.


Nice to meet you!

はじめまして!/お会いできてうれしいです! *6
Hajimemashite! or Oai dekite ureshii desu.


You’re very kind!

あなたはとてもしんせつです。
Anata wa totemo shinsetsu desu.


Where are you from?

どこの出身ですか?
Doko no shusshin desu ka?


I’m from (the U.S/Japan).

アメリカ/日本からです。
Amerika/Nihon kara desu.


I’m {American, Japanese}.

私はアメリカ人です。
Watashi wa Amerika jin desu.


Where do you live?

どこに住んでいますか?
Doko ni sun de imasu ka?


I live in (the U.S/Japan).

私は(アメリカ/日本)に住んでいます。
Watashi wa (amerika / nihon) ni sunde imasu.


Did you like it here?

ここは好きになりましたか?
Koko wa suki ni narimashita ka?


Japan is a wonderful country.

日本は素晴らしい国です。
Nihon wa subarashii kuni desu.


What do you do for a living?

お仕事は何ですか?
Osigoto wa nandesu ka?


I work as a {translator, businessman}.

ほんやく/会社員として働いています。
Oshigoto wa nandesu ka?


I like Japanese.

私は日本語が好きです。
Watashi wa nihongo ga suki desu.


I’ve been learning Japanese for 1 month.

私は日本語を一ヶ月習っています。
Watashi wa nihongo wo ichikagetsu narrate imasu.


Oh! That’s good!

それはいいですね。
Sorewa ii desu ne.


How old are you?

年はいくつですか?
Toshi wa ikutsu desu ka?


I’m {twenty, thirty} years old.

私は(20,30)才です。
Watashi wa (ni juu, san juu) sai desu.


I have to go.

行かなくてはなりません。
Ikanakutewa narimasen.


I will be right back!
I’ll be right back!

すぐ戻ります。
Sugu modori masu.


Phrases for Wishing Someone Something


Good luck!

がんばってね! *7
Ganbatte ne!


Happy birthday!

誕生日おめでとうございます!
Tanjyoubi omedetou gozaimasu!


Happy new year!

あけましておめでとうございます。
Akemashite omedetou gozaimasu.


Merry Christmas!

メリークリスマス! *8
Merii Kurisumasu!


Congratulations!

おめでとう!
Omedetou!


Enjoy! (* for meals…)

{名刺、等} を楽しんでください。
{noun, etc.} (w)o tanoshinde kudasai.


I’d like to visit Japan one day.

いつか日本を訪れたい。
Ituka nihon (w)o otozure tai.


Say hi to John for me.

Johnによろしくと伝えてください。
John ni yoroshiku to tsutaete kudasai.


Say thanks to Glen (the teacher) for me.

グレン先生にありがとうと伝えてください。
Glen sensei ni arigatou to tsutaete kudasai.


Bless you! (*when sneezing)

お大事に。
Odaiji ni.


Good night and sweet dreams!

おやすみなさい。
Oyasumi nasai.


If You Can’t Hear or Understand
聞き取れない時または理解できない時
kikitorenai toki mata ha rikai dekinai toki


I’m sorry! (*if you don’t hear something)

すみません。
Sumimasen.


Sorry. (*for a mistake)

ごめんなさい。
Gomenasai.


No Problem!

大丈夫です。
Daijyoubu desu.


Can you say it again?

もういちど言ってくれますか?
Mouichido itte kuremasu ka?


Can you speak slowly?

ゆっくりしゃべってくれますか?
Yukkuri shabette kuremasu ka?


Write it down please!

書いてください。
Kaite kudasai.


I don’t understand!

わかりません。
Wakarimasen.


I don’t know!

知りません。
Shirimasen.


I have no idea.

わかりません。
Wakarimasen.


What’s that called in Japanese?

あれは日本語で何といいますか?
Are wa nihongo de nanto iimasu ka?


What does “omedeto” mean in English?

Omedeto は英語でどういう意味ですか?
“Omedeto” wa eigo de douiu imi desu ka?


How do you say “please” in Japanese?

“Please” は日本語で何と言いますか?
“Please” wa nihongo de nanto iimasu ka?


What is this?

これは何ですか?
Kore wa nandesu ka?


My Japanese is bad.

私の日本語はへたです。
Watashi no nihongo wa heta desu.


I need to practice my Japanese.

日本語を練習する必要があります。
Nihonn go (w)o renshu suru hitsuyou ga arimasu.


Don’t worry!

ご心配なく。
Goshinpai naku.


Japanese Expressions & Words – Useful Phrases


Good/Bad/So-So.

よい/悪い/まあまあ
Yoi / Warui / maa-maa


Big/ Small

大きい/小さい
Ookii/Chiisai


Today/ Now

今日/今
Kyou / Ima


Tomorrow/ Yesterday

明日/昨日
Ashita / Kinou


Yes/ No

はい/いいえ
Hai / iie


Here you go! (*when giving something)

はい、どうぞ。
Hai, douzo!


Do you like it?

好きですか?
Suki desu ka?


I really like it!

ほんとに好きです。
Honto ni suki desu.


I’m hungry.

おなかが空きました。
Onaka ga suki masita.

おなか着いた。
Onaka tsuita.


I’m thirsty.

のどがかわきました。
Nodo ga kawaki mashita.


In the morning/ evening/ at night.

朝に/夕方に/夜に
Asa ni, yuugata ni, yoru ni


This/That. Here/There

これ/あれ。ここ/あそこ
Kore / Are. Koko / Asoko


Me/ You. Him/ Her.

私/あなた。彼/彼女
Watashi / anata. Kare / Kanojyo.


Really!

ほんと!
Honto!


Look!

見て!
Mite!


Hurry up!

急いで!
Isoide!


What? Where?

何? どこ?
Nani? Doko?


What time is it?

何時ですか?
Nanji desu ka?


It’s 10 o’clock. / 07:30 pm.

十時です。午後7時30分です。
Jyuji desu. / Gogo hichi ji sanjyu pun desu.


Give me this!

これをください。
Kore (w)o kudasai!


I love you!

大好きです。/あなたを愛しています。 *9
Daisuki desu./ Anata wo aishite imasu.


I feel sick.

調子が悪いです。
Choshi ga warui desu.


I want to go to hospital.
又はこちらでも I want to see a doctor.

病院に行きたい。
Byouin ni ikitai.


One, two, three

いち、に、さん
Ichi, ni, san


Four, five, six

よん、ご、ろく
Yon, go, roku


Seven, eight, nine, ten

なな(ひち)、はち、きゅう、じゅう
Nana (shichi) hachi, kyuu, jyuu


*1 This phrase may be a kind of literary or a written expression. Therefore, it’s seldom used in conversation but never is unnatural.
*2 Arigato and Arigato gozaimasu. There’s no big difference between them, “Arigato gozaimasu” is more polite.
*3 (Anata ga inakute) Samishi katta desu : Abbreviated Anata ga inakute.
*4 Usually we just say “Excuse me/Sumimasen”, and “Can you help me” is included in this “Sumimasen”.
*5 …san is a very normal way. Add the word “san” after both the first and last names. For example, like Koizumi san or Jyunichiro san.
*6 This sentence can directly be Oai dekite ureshii desu. If you meet person for the first time, you can say Hajimemashite.
*7 The direct translation is Kouun (w)o inorimasu.
*8 Christmas is not really celebrated as a religious event in Japan. Merry Christmas is not a common greeting you would hear.
*9 This is one of the Japanese language mysteries, I love you is expressed in progressive aspect like “I am loving you”. Basically, this phrase is seldomly used. Instead, “Daisuki desu” is used casually instead.

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    My pleasure. If you would like any other sentences listed just post a message.
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    当方で所有しているテキストを利用することが出来れば、教材費がかかりません。また、生徒さんのご希望で使用したいテキストがございましたら
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  82. Glen Charles Rowell

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  84. Glen Charles Rowell

    Hi Fitflops,

    Thank you for the message.

    In regards to you question, yes, the RSS feed should show you when I make new posts.

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    Regards,

    Glen

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  91. Jim Gray

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  92. Glen Charles Rowell

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