たんご おはよう。 Good morning (used among friends) おはようございます。 Good morning (Formal) こんにちは。 Hello. Hi. さようなら。 (originally this meant “if it is like that”.) Good-bye やまだせんせい Mr./Mrs./Ms./Dr. Yamada まりさん Mari (polite) はい。 Yes. (Hai may be used in response to roll call. It indicates acknowledgement that one is present.)
Good evening こんばんは。 (used from dusk through the night. KONBAN means “tonight”.) Good night おやすみなさい。 (this actually means “Please have a rest.”) See you. じゃあね。 (informal expression used among friends upon parting. It originally meant “and then”.) Jon, John (KUN is a suffix usually attached to boys’ name. It is used instead of –SAN by superiors to refer to or address persons of lower status.) ジョンくん
Activities p. 17 A. pair work: You meet your teacher. Address and greet him/her. 1.In the morning 3. at night 2.In the afternoon 4. upon leaving B. Pair work: You meet your friend. Address and greet him/her. 1.In the morning 3. at night 2.In the afternoon 4. upon leaving C. Class work: You take attendance.