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What is the difference between Ohayou and yoi tsuitachi ?

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11 months ago

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"ohayou" (おはよう) is used for "good morning".

"yoi tsuitachi" simply sounds like something stupid Google Translate would come out with! :P

If "yoi tsuitachi" were actually a real thing, it would mean something like "good first day of the month"...

11 months ago

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Thanks man. I think amazing your japanese level and your days streak. I'm slow doing japanese lessons on duolingo.

11 months ago

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I've never heard the reading "yoi tsuitachi" for 良い一日 before. I have heard the reading "yoi ichi nichi" in the phrase 良い一日を (have a nice day).

11 months ago
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