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One of the readers recently asked if there are more than one way of saying hello in Japanese. Read on! This word might be just the very first Japanese word you learned when you first started learning Japanese. Konnichiwa is almost universal where there are not too many people who does not know what Konnichiwa means these days. You can use Konnichiwa to almost anyone, including your neighbors, friends, co-workers, your boss, and even to strangers. Almost all the time, your Japanese conversation could start with Konnichiwa, that is as soon as you make eye contact with the person who is there. However, in Japanese, there is one important thing you need to know.
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Learn how to write the hiragana character for "ya" in this simple lesson. Please remember, it is important to follow the stroke order when writing Japanese characters. Learning the proper stroke order is also a great way to help you to remember how to draw the character.
Instead, the meaning can change depending on the situation, but in general it refers to an action that will take place in the future. It can convey gratitude or thanks to the person or people you are saying it to, or it can be used to politely request someone else do something for you. It can also be used to ask for understanding and you write it at the end of business emails as a way to sign off.