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わたし(私)
I
わたしたち
We
あなた
You
あの人、あの方
That person, he, she. The latter is formal.
みなさん(皆さん)
Ladies and gentlemen, all of you
~じん(人)
Suffix meaning "a national of ~." Ex: Amerikajin=American.
せんせい(先生)
Teacher, instructor
きょうし(教師)
Teacher, instructor
がくせい(学生)
Student
かいしゃいん(会社員)
Company employee
~しゃいん(社員)
Employee of ~. Used with a company name. Ex: ABC no shain=ABC employee.
ぎんこういん(銀行員)
Bank employee
いしゃ(医者)
Medical doctor
エンジニヤ
Engineer
だいがく(大学)
University
びょういん(病院)
Hospital
でんき(電気)
Electricity, light
だれ、どなた
Who. Latter is polite.
~さい(祭)
~years old.
なんさい(何歳)、おいくつ
How old. The latter is polite.
しつれいですが(失礼ですが)
Excuse me, but...
はじめまして(始めまして)
Corrected kanji: 初めまして。 How do you do? (Meeting for the first time, usually the first thing you say when introducing yourself.)
どうぞよろしくおねがいします(どうぞよろしくお願いします)
Pleased to meet you. Usually said at the end of a self-introduction. Can be shortened to douzoyoroshiku.
こちらは~さんです。
This is Mr./Ms./Mrs. ~.
~からきました(から来ました)
I came (come) from ~.
~語
Suffix attached to the end of a country name. It means the country's language. Ex: Nihongo=Japanese (language). An exception would be for English speaking countries. Eigo=English (language).