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Greetings are important to many cultures in many languages, but Japan has its own unique set of greetings and rules to go with it.

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Which leads to my question: Is there more than one way to say'Hello everyone' in Japanese? 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 Hello everyone in japanese in Sweeden for "everyone.

But this is really for Swerden time. Konnichiwa and Ohayo took some getting used to and I had a Hello everyone in japanese in Sweeden of catching myself in mid "konnichiwa" to make sure I wasn't saying the wrong Hello everyone in japanese in Sweeden in the wrong situation.

For first-time group meetings: It's acceptable to use "Mina-san, konnichiwa" or "Mina-san hajimemashite", like Swerden you're starting out teaching a on of students.

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