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How do you say please in Japanese?

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The word for please in Japanese changes according to context.
  • onegai shimasu is formal and polite and suggests the speaker is asking a favour
  • nanitozo is extremely polite and rarely heard
  • douzo means something like "please go ahead and do X" and is often used in the phrase "this way please" (kochira e douzo)
  • choudai means something like "please do X for me," and is considered fairly casual in Tokyo dialect. Choudai itashimasu means the same as itadakimasu.
  • Kudasai means "please," "please do X for me," or "please give me X"
Please = kudasai Please do it = (word goes here) +kudasaimasu Please don't do it = (word goes here) +kudasaimasen example Please eat the meal = gohan o tabete kudasaimasu
お願い (onegai) means "favor" and 下さい (kudasai) is a way of saying "please". Their pronunciations are syllabic, onegai = "oh-nay-guy" and kudasai = "koo-duh-sai" (were ai has i as in "ire" sound).
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How do say can you help me please in Japanese?

"私を手伝ってくれますか" /wa ta shi o tet su dat te ku re ma su ka/ read consecutively: 'watashi o tetsdatte kuremaska' is a way of saying 'Will/Can you help me ple

How do you say just a moment please in Japanese?

'Chotto matte kudasai.' or 'shibaraku omachinasai' for formal and polite In case you want the writing: 一寸待ってください (chotto matte kudasai) For casual and

How do you say give me food please in Japanese?

Watashi ni tabemono o Ataete kudasai. is "give me food please" but better would be naka tabette ii mono ari masu ka do you have anything to eat

How do you say please come again in Japanese?

もう一度言って下さい (mou ichido itte kudasai) would mean "can you please say that again". You could perhaps shorten it to 何て言って? (nante itte) or 何