The Premium Lesson Checklist will help you stay organized and committed to your Japanese language goals! But unless you are talking to a group of children, “minna” sounds a bit abrupt, “mina” is just too blunt ; you would want to say “mina-san” for “everyone. Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question, please post it. But, I have also seen written: Our team of Japanese language specialists have been releasing new audio and video lessons weekly. Want to learn offline or on-the-go?
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But more polite to use minna-san in formal situations such as ‘good morning class’ Thank you guys for your help: All our audio files can be slowed down and sped up to match your speaking and listening needs.
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Listening to a little bit of Japanese everyday, no matter how much, will greatly improve your listening comprehension. For first-time group meetings: It’s acceptable to use “Mina-san, konnichiwa” or “Mina-san hajimemashite”, like if you’re starting out teaching a class of students, etc. The Japanese language has three spoken expressions when you want to say “everyone” or “all of you”. Pop out the Audio Player to play in the background while you work, play or follow along with our Premium Tools.
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I think that is more appropriate than saying Osutoraria no jin or hito.
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It sounds more friendly than the others.
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