Question: How do you reply to Domo arigato?

“Dou itashimashite” (どう致しまして) means “Youre welcome” and is widely known as the common response to “arigato gozaimasu”, but it sounds rather stiff and formal. “Iie iie” (いいえいいえ) or “ii yo ii yo” (いいよいいよ) translate as “Not at all” and are casual replies that are more frequently used in daily life.

What is the response to arigato in Japanese?

A phrase that you will often hear as a reply to arigato gozaimasu is ie ie. You mightve learned that youre welcome in Japanese is do itashimashite, but actually, this phrase isnt used very often in present day.

Is it polite to say domo arigato?

as in domo arigato meaning “Thank you so much.” Just saying domo would be less polite than Arigato since its the short version of Domo arigato. People use domo rather than arigato when they consider arigato is a little bit formal in a situation.

How do you respond in Japanese?

How to respond while talking in Japanese.. Posted by keiko on Sep 22, 2015 in Culture, Grammarそうですよね。 -So desuyone. なるほど。 -Naruhodo ==> I see. たしかに。 - Tashikani ==> Exactly.そのとおりだね。 - Sono tooridane ==> Exactly. すごいね。 - Sugoine ==> Thats great! そうなんだ。 - So nanda ==> Is that so? わかる、わかる。22 Sep 2015

How do you reply to Sumimasen?

If someone says “sumimasen” you can reply with “daijoubu”!

Does Domo mean sorry?

You probably know that Domo can be used as a casual phrase to say “Thanks.” However, the phrase domo can also be used to mean “hi, “hey,” or “Sorry” depending on the context. So when you just hear Domo by itself, its often because the second part of the phrase was dropped.

Can you say domo for thank you?

When you buy something at a store, store clerk would say DOMO ARIGATOU, meaning thank you very much. You can also use DOMO as a greeting like hello. And just saying DOMO can mean a casual way of thank you like thanks. The name of NHK WORLDs mascot comes from this word, DOMO.

What is the most formal way to say sorry in Japanese?

In English, you either say sorry or apologies. In Japanese, there are at least 20 different ways. One of the most casual and most frequently used words is gomen ごめん. You can make it more formal by saying gomen-nasai ごめんなさい or more friendly with gomen-ne ごめんね.

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