I am attending a short course at a Japanese university. I am going to give a presentation in front of Japanese students at my tutorial.
The presentation is in English but I want to use some Japanese expressions. How should I say “Thank you for listening” at the end of presentation?
Answer by Professional Japanese Teacher
Thank you for listening.
The above expression is most used. It gives a very formal and professional impression and is often used in speeches, talks, and business presentations. If this phrase is difficult for you to remember, you can also use “ありがとうございました arigatoogozaimashita”. All the best for your presentation!
There are other ways to say “thank you” as well.
There are other ways to say “Thank you” as well.
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Arigatoo is a fast way of saying "thank you" in Japanese. But do you know that there are many ways of saying "thank you"? And do you also know that these different ways target different people for different occasions? Let's find out more!