What is the reply of Arigatou Gozaimasu?

What is the reply of Arigatou Gozaimasu?

What is the reply of Arigatou Gozaimasu?

The standard reply is “どう致しまして”(dou itashimasite), a formal way to reply to “arigatou gozaimasu” or “ doumo arigatou gozaimashita.” I often hear Japanese people say どうもどうも(doumo doumo), a very convenient phrase which can means many things such as : hello, thank you, never mind, your welcome, good bye, etc.

How do you respond to thank you in Japanese?

“ありがとう[arigato] (Thank you).” // “どういたしまして[dou itashimasite] (You’re welcome).” This short conversation is so important in your Japanese language learning journey. Do native Japanese speakers always say “ありがとう” and “どういたしまして” in that way? This article introduces another expression for responding to “ありがとう“.

What do you reply to Moshi Moshi?

Why Do Japanese People Say Moshi Moshi on the Phone? And other ways to answer the telephone in Japanese

  • “Yes”
  • “Thank you for your call”
  • “I appreciate all you have done for us”
  • “I’ve received this forwarded call”
  • “Pardon me”

What’s the reply to Arigato gozaimasu in Japanese?

A phrase that you will often hear as a reply to “arigato gozaimasu” is “ie ie”. You might’ve learned that “you’re welcome” in Japanese is “do itashimashite”, but actually, this phrase isn’t used very often in present day. How to reply to “arigato gozaimasu” depends on the person, and there are many variations.

What do you say when someone says Arigato in Japanese?

Dou Itashimashite – You’re Welcome (formal) This is the standard reply that Japanese textbooks teach you to use when someone says “Arigato” or “Arigato gozaimasu”. Dou itashimashite (どう致しまして or どういたしまして) means “ You are welcome “, “ Don’t mention it “, “ Not at all “, or “ My pleasure “.

Do you put a comma in sugoku Ureshii?

Sugoku ureshii = Thank you for the present! I’m so happy! Unlike in English, we do NOT put any particle (like “for”). The common mistake I see is students putting the “を” particle or “が” particle. But they are unnecessary. And the comma (、 – called “ten”) is optional as well.