Japanese Greetings (Mult. Choice)

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Japanese Greetings (Mult. Choice) - Quiz

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Hello

    • A.

      Konbanwa

    • B.

      Konnichiwa

    • C.

      Ohayou

    Correct Answer
    B. Konnichiwa
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Konnichiwa." In Japanese, "Konnichiwa" is a common greeting used during the day, typically translated as "Hello" or "Good day." "Konbanwa" means "Good evening," and "Ohayou" means "Good morning." Since the given options are greetings in Japanese, "Konnichiwa" is the appropriate choice as it is used to greet someone during the day.

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  • 2. 

    Good morning

    • A.

      Ohayou

    • B.

      Oyasumi

    • C.

      Dewa mata

    Correct Answer
    A. Ohayou
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Ohayou" because it is a commonly used Japanese greeting that translates to "good morning" in English. The other options, "Oyasumi" and "Dewa mata," mean "goodnight" and "see you later," respectively, and do not correspond to the given greeting. Therefore, "Ohayou" is the most appropriate response in this context.

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  • 3. 

    Good Afternoon

    • A.

      Ohayou

    • B.

      Konbanwa

    • C.

      Konnichiwa

    Correct Answer
    C. Konnichiwa
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Konnichiwa". "Konnichiwa" is a Japanese greeting used during the day, typically from late morning to early evening. It is a polite and formal way to say "hello" and is commonly used in Japan. "Ohayou" means "good morning" and is used in the morning, while "Konbanwa" means "good evening" and is used in the evening. Therefore, "Konnichiwa" is the appropriate greeting for the afternoon.

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  • 4. 

    Good evening

    • A.

      Oyasumi

    • B.

      Konbanwa

    • C.

      Ohayou

    Correct Answer
    B. Konbanwa
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Konbanwa" because it is the Japanese word for "Good evening." "Oyasumi" means "Good night," and "Ohayou" means "Good morning." Therefore, "Konbanwa" is the most appropriate response to the greeting "Good evening."

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  • 5. 

    Good night

    • A.

      Konbanwa

    • B.

      Oyasumi

    • C.

      Ohayou

    Correct Answer
    B. Oyasumi
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Oyasumi" because it is a Japanese word that means "good night". The other options, "Konbanwa" and "Ohayou", mean "good evening" and "good morning" respectively. Therefore, "Oyasumi" is the appropriate word to use when saying goodbye or wishing someone a good night in Japanese.

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  • 6. 

    Goodbye

    • A.

      Sayounara

    • B.

      Arigatou

    • C.

      Dewa mata

    Correct Answer
    A. Sayounara
    Explanation
    The given options are all ways to say "goodbye" in different languages. "Sayounara" is the correct answer because it is the Japanese word for goodbye. The other options, "Arigatou" means "thank you" in Japanese, "Dewa mata" means "see you later" in Japanese, and "Goodbye" is the English word for farewell.

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  • 7. 

    See you later

    • A.

      Mata ashita

    • B.

      Genki-desu

    • C.

      Dewa mata

    Correct Answer
    C. Dewa mata
    Explanation
    "Dewa mata" is a Japanese phrase that means "See you later" or "Goodbye". It is commonly used when parting ways with someone and expressing the intention to meet again in the future. The other options, "See you later" and "Genki-desu", are not correct translations of the given phrase. "Mata ashita" is a correct translation, but it means "See you tomorrow" rather than "See you later". Therefore, the correct answer is "Dewa mata".

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  • 8. 

    See you tomorrow

    • A.

      Mata ashita

    • B.

      Sayounara

    • C.

      Dewa mata

    Correct Answer
    A. Mata ashita
    Explanation
    The phrase "Mata ashita" is a Japanese expression that translates to "See you tomorrow" in English. It is a common way to bid farewell to someone with the expectation of meeting them again the following day.

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  • 9. 

    How do you do?

    • A.

      Ogenki-desu-ka?

    • B.

      Anata-wa?

    • C.

      Hajime mashite?

    Correct Answer
    C. Hajime mashite?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Hajime mashite?" because it is a common Japanese greeting used when meeting someone for the first time. It translates to "Nice to meet you?" and is often used to initiate a conversation and establish a friendly tone. The other options, "How do you do?" and "Anata-wa?" are not appropriate greetings in Japanese, while "Ogenki-desu-ka?" means "How are you?" and is used to inquire about someone's well-being.

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  • 10. 

    I'm glad to see you.

    • A.

      Oai-deki-te ureshii-desu

    • B.

      Konnichiwa

    • C.

      Arigatou

    Correct Answer
    A. Oai-deki-te ureshii-desu
    Explanation
    The given phrase "Oai-deki-te ureshii-desu" translates to "I'm glad to see you" in English. This phrase is a polite and formal way to express happiness upon meeting someone. It is commonly used in Japanese culture to show appreciation and joy when encountering someone.

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  • 11. 

    How are you?

    • A.

      Oai-deki-te genki-desu?

    • B.

      Hajime mashite?

    • C.

      Ogenki-desu-ka?

    Correct Answer
    C. Ogenki-desu-ka?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Ogenki-desu-ka?" This is the most appropriate response to the question "How are you?" in Japanese. It directly translates to "Are you well?" or "How are you?" in English. The other options provided, such as "Oai-deki-te genki-desu?" and "Hajime mashite?" do not convey the same meaning and are not suitable responses to the question.

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  • 12. 

    I'm fine

    • A.

      Oyasumi

    • B.

      Genki-desu

    • C.

      Ogenki-desu-ka

    Correct Answer
    B. Genki-desu
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Genki-desu" because it means "I'm fine" in Japanese. "Ogenki-desu-ka" is a question asking "How are you?" and "Oyasumi" means "Goodnight". Therefore, "Genki-desu" is the most appropriate response to indicate that one is feeling well or fine.

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  • 13. 

    And you?

    • A.

      Anata-wa?

    • B.

      Hajime mashite?

    • C.

      Ogenki-desu-ka?

    Correct Answer
    A. Anata-wa?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Anata-wa?" This is the most appropriate response among the given options as it means "And you?" in Japanese. It is a common phrase used to inquire about the well-being or to ask for the other person's introduction.

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  • 14. 

    I'm fine, too

    • A.

      Genki-desu

    • B.

      Watshi-mo genki-desu

    • C.

      Hajime mashite

    Correct Answer
    B. Watshi-mo genki-desu
    Explanation
    The phrase "Watshi-mo genki-desu" translates to "I'm fine, too" in English. This response indicates that the speaker is also feeling well or in good health.

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  • 15. 

    Thank you

    • A.

      Oyasumi

    • B.

      Sayounara

    • C.

      Arigatou

    Correct Answer
    C. Arigatou
    Explanation
    The given answer "Arigatou" is a Japanese word that means "Thank you." It is a polite way to express gratitude or appreciation towards someone. In the context of the given message, the sender is expressing their thanks to the recipient.

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